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Local primary schools expected to top national league tables

Pupils attending primary schools in Richmond upon Thames are expected to top the national league tables yet again following publication of the 2018 Key Stage 2 (SATs) results.  The results show that the borough has scored well above the national…

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Cabinet Member seeks to clarify misunderstandings on Mortlake Petition

Council confirms facts about proposed Mortlake new secondary school, after local petition causes concern.  A petition has been launched by a local resident claiming that the Council has “handed over land” for a new school in Mortlake without any consultation…

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Team Richmond secure 2nd place finish at 2018 London Youth Games

After 9 months, dozens of competitions and 30 top 10 finishes, Team Richmond collected 1165 points to finish in 2nd place in the final Jubilee Trophy standings at the 2018 London Youth Games. Over the weekend of 7 and 8…

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Mayor appeals for young artists to help decorate office

Young artists are invited to help decorate the Mayor’s Parlour in York House, with paintings and artwork celebrating the beauty of the borough. The Mayor, Cllr Ben Khosa, is looking for eight pictures, created by children aged 5-11 years old,…

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Richmond council invites EU citizens for Brexit information evening

EU citizens living in the borough are encouraged to attend a free Public Information Evening on the 11th July to get updates on the latest Brexit developments and find out what steps they need to take to protect their future in…

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Local swimmers make golden splash at London Youth Games

A team of Richmond swimmers took hold home gold and bronze medals last week at the London Youth Games Paragames swimming tournament.   The games are Europe’s largest youth sports festival with pupils competing in 30 different sports. Athletes competing…

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New Cabinet Member commits to keep “tight control of public purse”

The new Cabinet Member for Finance and Performance for Richmond Council is giving a public commitment that he will use his past financial experience to keep tight control of public money over the next four years. Cllr Robin Brown, maybe…

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Council set to agree to part-fund White Hart Lane footbridge

A footbridge over White Hart Lane level crossing will be a step closer if Richmond Council’s Cabinet approves a decision to part-fund the project in partnership with Network Rail. The Council is expected to agree to invest up to £821,136…

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Bids from borough encouraged for London Mayor’s ‘Young Londoners Fund’

The borough’s community groups, charities, youth centres and schools are being encouraged to apply for a new fund to help at risk young people from being caught up in crime. The Young Londoners Fund is worth £45 million over three…

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Richmond Volunteer Fair to take place on 7th June

Whatever your motivation, the annual Richmond Volunteer Fair is one of the best ways to kick-start good intentions into well-placed practical action. This year’s Fair is set to showcase over 40 local charities and not for profit organisations, all there…

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