An estimated 2,000 people, including many family groups, enjoyed an evening of festive entertainment and fireworks in Richmond on Thursday 22 November to mark the switching on of the 2018 Christmas lights.
To mark the 100-year anniversary of the Representation of the People Act, which first gave women the right to vote in the UK, Be Richmond have themed the colours of their hanging baskets on the Suffragettes’ famous purple, white and green tricolour design. Click here to read now
On Thursday 21 June, around 90 Be Richmond-branded paddle boarders, ably supported by schools and volunteers on the towpath, successfully cleared tonnes of plastic and litter between Kew Bridge and Richmond. Click here to read now
The Be Richmond Loyalty Club card and app got off to a flying start following its launch at the end of April and many people have already benefited from its wide range of exclusive offers and privileges. Click here to read now
The Be Richmond Loyalty Club card and app goes live this month and will be promoted via a bus side campaign, plus branded AdGates on the main concourse at Richmond station. Click here to read now
The Be Richmond Loyalty Club is a dynamic new consumer initiative designed to drive footfall, increase visit frequency, raise consumer spend and provide a new marketing channel. Click here to read now
Romance was in the air in Richmond town centre on Valentine’s Day (Wednesday February 14th) as Cupid-themed entertainers sponsored by Be Richmond, ‘wooed’ shoppers and visitors by providing heart-shaped treats and taking selfies.
Love is in the air at Be Richmond and we want to share it with you! Look out for the Be Richmond cupids in the town centre on 14th February when they will be handing out heart-shaped treats. Click here to read now
With tech firm giants like Ebay and Paypal moving in, it’s not surprising job growth in Richmond increased more over the last forty years than almost any other London borough. The latest Greater London Authority report (December 2017) revealed that the number of jobs in the borough grew by more than 50 per cent from 1971…
BANISHING THE BLUES ON BLUE MONDAY Last Monday, 15th January, marked ‘Blue Monday’ 2018. This is the day which, according to calculations based on factors like the weather and Christmas debts, is the most depressing of the year. On Monday, the weather in Richmond was particularly depressing with dark skies, heavy showers and a chill…