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Health and Wellbeing News & Updates

Older people in Richmond will take centre stage next month when the Full of Life Week launches a raft of fun activities.
More people than ever before in Richmond are having their free NHS Health Check according to new figures published today by Public Health England (PHE).
Richmond is the home of the most active residents in England. Over 50% of Richmond upon Thames residents take part in sport or physical activity at least once a week.
Over 2.5 million people worldwide have straightened their teeth with Invisalign. Now the Gill Clinic wants you to benefit - so we're putting on a special event where you can save £500!
Find out more about the plans of Mark from Bubbles Launderette to help the older members of our community this autumn, and raise money for Age Concern too
Crowdfunding the way forward for a Teddington online care business
Crossway Pregnancy Crisis Centre are hoping to repeat the great success of last year's Wine Tasting and Auction Evening to raise much needed funds.
If agreed at Cabinet on Thursday 12 December residents in Kew, Whitton and Hampton Hill High Street will be consulted on the possible introduction of 20mph speed limits.
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.
As the number of diagnoses of people with Asperger's Syndrome (a form of high-functioning autism) increases, local writer 'The Girl with the Curly Hair' gets on board to help grow awareness of the condition.
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