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Teddington Town Photo of the Week

Happy Friday everyone! We’re halfway through February already if you can believe it… With the sun out and the weekend here what better way to start your Friday evening than with the photo of the week? Here’s your top five!…

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Teddington Town – Photo of the week

Happy Friday everyone! Are you ready for the weekend? We can’t wait down here at Teddington HQ! With the weather looking a bit gloomy, cheer yourself up with your top five photos this week…   5. A great start! Kiss…

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Teddington Town – Photo of the week

As December is here and the festivities for Christmas are upon us! Are you¬†rushing around trying to get the house ready, or are you hammering down the doors of the shops on the busy streets? What better way to spend…

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Photo Update

Lots of stunning shots of lovely local sites as part of this photo update as the seasons change and we see different colours arrive. “Sunrise magic” in Bushy Park by Sue Lindenberg. The mural created from decorative tiles by Happy…

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Photo Update

Photos taken in the area lately show both the peak of cold temperatures and the changing of seasons. During some cold nights the Thames frozen over by the lock. Photo by Steve Hills. A covering of snow in Bushy Park…

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Major work at Teddington Lock

Teddington Barge Lock, the largest on the Thames is currently undergoing major works as part of a wider programme of ¬£3m of improvements this year by the Environment Agency. At almost 200 metres long and holding 18 million litres of…

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Photo Update

Staff at the Card Collection were shocked to recently discover their Teddington Memorial Hospital charity collection tin had been callously stolen from their shop. However not long after the news was reported, a kind anonymous donation of an envelope containing…

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Teddington turns out to see the Olympic Torch

Although details for the last leg of the Olympic Flame’s journey were only confirmed near the day itself, onlookers turned up in force and lined the length of Chestnut Avenue to cheer it on its way towards the river. The…

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Dunkirk "Little Ships" return to Teddington Lock

Forming an important part of the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant are the Dunkirk Little Ships that will make-up the largest single class of powered boats taking part in the procession of over 1000 boats barges and ships. Arriving from all…

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Photo update

Lots of river and early-morning action for this photo update. Getting up early in the morning to train canoeists on the Thames definitely its benefits, like this stunning sunrise. Photo: GB canoeing coach and 3 times Olympian sprint canoer Paul…

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