Whittaker Ave

Whittaker Avenue

Head down to Whittaker Avenue, TW9 1EH, on Saturday 13th of August from 1pm, for the Grand Opening of a stunning new pop-up garden space. Following the success of We Gather at Whittaker Avenue, presented by Be Richmond in autumn last year, Whittaker Avenue will once again be transformed into a vibrant and engaging outdoor…

The Source Bulk Foods, Shop Front

5 Amazing Benefits of Buying Bulk Foods

Guest blog, by Makayla Drummond-Murray of The Source Bulk Foods, Richmond 5 impressive environmental and financial benefits of buying your food in bulk. Since opening our doors in April 2021, the Richmond community has welcomed The Source Bulk Foods with open arms and have quickly embraced our zero-waste ethos! Richmond is such a vibrant community…

House of Fraser Site – Development Update

Update February 2022 Since the guest blog below was first posted in August 2021, circumstances have changed and Canadian and Arcadia have made the following announcement: “Since the plans were consented in 2021, we have been working incredibly hard to secure tenants for 80 George Street and have engaged with a number of well-known retailers…

Dementia Friendly Communities Richmond

Dementia Friendly Communities Richmond

Dementia – How the Community in Richmond Can Help Almost everyone knows someone affected by dementia, even if it’s people we have never met, such as Barbara Windsor or Terry Jones. The condition directly affects around 850,000 people in the UK and impacts on the lives of over a million people including carers, families and…

144 On The Hill Roast

Tasty takeaways to make eating at home a treat…

Guest Blog by Sophie Porter, Director of Marketing at Richmond Hill Hotel. The Prime Minister’s recent announcement regarding the proposed ‘roadmap’ out of lockdown outlined the tests and steps involved in a gradual return to normality. What many people are looking forward to, is the chance to enjoy a delicious meal with friends or family…

Two girls with fresh veg

Teaching Children about Healthy, Sustainable Food

Local Charity on a Mission to Prevent Obesity through Food Education. Guest blog by Stephanie Slater of School Food Matters Founded in 2007, School Food Matters was born out of a grassroots campaign that transformed school meals for 38 primary schools in Richmond. The charity is on a mission to teach children about food and…

Marble Hill House

Music, picnics and making a difference

Enjoy a picnic and free live music at Marble Hill House – and help The Poppy Factory support veterans into work. Guest blog by Alice Barrett, Partnerships Manager at The Poppy Factory As the summer sun continues to shine on Richmond, it’s a wonderful time to head out for a picnic. There are surely few…