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This summer, Rosalind Hill and her partner started a new community learning website which is aimed at helping to link up people within the same community, encouraging people to learn and teach various skills with each other.
Tickets are still available for this year’s Literature Festival which kicks-off this week and includes a packed programme of events suitable for everyone, including a dedicated programme for children and young people.
When Chas was looking for a new career path, it was spending a day in his wife’s nursery that led to him moving into the childcare industry. Having worked in hospitality, he knew he enjoyed working with people, but understanding how important the job of a nursery manager is and how rewarding it can be to be a part of a child’s development on a daily basis, inspired him to re-train.
Do you have a great business idea and need some help to get it off the ground? Have you just started your business but an injection of cash and support would really help? Here’s a great opportunity for you to get the help you need to make your business a huge success.
Great advice from the RNLI and Richmond Council to help keep you and the family safe this summer if you're in or around the water in our Borough!
Children from Hampton Hill and Collis Primary School have designed official posters to prompt dog owners to clean up after their pets in the parks around Richmond upon Thames.
Do you want to learn to scuba dive but still want to get the most out of your weekend?
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could make your holiday snaps even better? Here are seven tips from Annie Armitage to help you do just that.
How you relax watching TV could be causing you problems. Kate Sheehy from Richmond Physiotherapy would like to hear from you.
On your bike!
On your bike!
For the fun, spirited experience that cycling is meant to be visit your local experts – Moore’s Cycles
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