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Local charity Skerries for Schools (S4S) is looking for businesses in Richmond upon Thames that want to send a crew to race in The Great River race in September 2016.
What's Going On In The Fanzone?
What's Going On In The Fanzone?
Meet rugby legends, learn songs from around the world or just fill up with great food and drink whilst watching the action - there's something for everyone.
The official Richmond Fanzone opens this Friday 7pm 18th September for the Opening Ceremony for the Rugby World Cup.
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.
One million tickets for the Rugby World Cup 2015 go on sale at 10am on Friday 12th September.
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!
Twickenham could become a ‘mini Holland’, with improved cycling commuter routes into central London, cycle routes adjacent to railway lines, quietway routes and potentially a pedestrian/cycle bridge linking the area to Ham – should a bid to TfL be successful.
Love the River
Love the River
When family and friends come to stay it’s time to get out and explore the area...
As we move into the middle of summer and the weather (hopefully) gets warmer, now is the perfect time to stretch your legs and moving. Here are a few ideas to help you get fit over the summer...
Get fit swimming beneath the sky in the open air pool at Pools on the Park, Richmond
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