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Richmond upon Thames looks set to be a sea of red, white and blue, as the borough gears up for a record number of street parties to mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Young people in the Borough between the ages of 5 and 18 are being asked to pick up a pen or paint brush and create a portrait of the Queen. Successful portraits from each school will be put on display by the Mayor at York House, Twickenham in July 2012.
The impact on both local roads and public transport during the Olympics 2012 and how it might affect local residents of Richmond upon Thames.
Free driving advice course on Tuesday, 20 March at Hampton Wick Cricket Club in Bushy Park.
The local winners for the 14 Days of Love 2012 have been announced. Read on to find out who residents in Richmond borough voted as their 'most loved'.
Strictly Cycling returns to Richmond this Olympic summer bigger and better than ever.
Jonny's Journey
Jonny's Journey
Make Jonny's dream and reality and help raise £50,000 and get him to America.
Concern is growing over the large increase in online unplanned contact between adopted children and their natural parents, using Facebook to track them down.
Richmond Council's Christmas tree collection service for 2012 will run from Monday 9 – Saturday 21 January
Keep safe this Christmas
Keep safe this Christmas
Local residents in the borough of Richmond are being reminded to protect themselves from becoming victims of petty crime this Christmas by being aware of the most common mistakes people make over the festive period.
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