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Press releases July 2020
Government needs to step up with funding for Hammersmith Bridge
Share your Community Heroes story!
Making history: photos of life during COVID-19
Residents are being asked to have their say on parking in Kew
Don’t come to Townmead Road without an appointment!
Two more libraries now offering click and collect
Over 430 love-filled letters for care home residents as part of #LoveThroughTheLetterbox
First rainbow crossings unveiled
Sports Centres to have phased reopening – advance booking is a must
Sainsbury’s respond to the Council’s calls to limit the sale of alcohol in the borough’s antisocial behaviour hotspots
Have your say on order renewal to protect our parks and open spaces
“We will tackle reckless riverside behaviour”, says Council Leader
Get peace of mind with Careline
Virtual seminar to help voluntary groups be COVID-19 ready
Council welcomes announcement of provider for new special school
Book now to visit Townmead Road Waste and Recycling Centre!
Listen to episode 2 of Talk Richmond on avoiding a second peak of coronavirus
Orleans House Gallery to reopen after coronavirus closure
Take note of important changes to 'shielding' guidance
Thank you to all our local schools!
Help shape the future of where you live in virtual engagement events
Don’t ignore voter registration emails from the Council
Reassurances sought as Royal Parks announce plans to reduce traffic in their two local parks
Tenants’ Champion supports 159 households over the last twelve months
New online booking system to launch for Townmead Recycling Centre!
Listen to Talk Richmond – a new podcast for Richmond upon Thames
Council slams Government for axing children’s free travel
Leader joins Police on first weekend of pub reopening
Council stands united against racism in the borough
Kick-start your career in local government with Graduate Training Programme
New app launched promoting safer schools
Families - don’t miss out on free summer meals
Survey launched to assess health and wellbeing of young people during lockdown
Six playgrounds have been upgraded ready for the summer holidays!
Lighting up for the NHS and in Remembrance
Don’t lose your chance to vote next year
Local outbreak plan launched to help control coronavirus
Have your say on traffic reduction measures on Burtons Road in Hampton Hill
Get active and play outdoors
Calling all businesses: complete the COVID-19 impact survey
Council to open Civic Centre for appointments only
Jumping in the Thames is NOT a safe way to cool off, say Council and emergency services
Cllr Baxendale steps down from the Council
Press release archive
Updated: 02 November 2020