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GREAT WAR CENTENARY ZONE

Marking the Great War Centenary in conjunction with our special commemorative July issue

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  • Our interview with Richard Attenborough

    Our interview with Richard Attenborough

    Baron Attenborough of Richmond upon Thames has died, aged 90. As we remember the much loved Richmond resident, we look back on a previous interview with the Baron. This interview... Read More ›

  • Girl Guides cause health scare by planting ‘toxic flowers’ in a park

    Girl Guides cause health scare by planting ‘toxic flowers’ in a park

    Storm in a teacup: Girl Guides cause health scare after planting ‘toxic’ seeds supplied by Kew Gardens, but experts reassure the public that Corn Cockle flowers are ‘not high risk’... Read More ›

  • Interview with Paul Miller, new Artistic Director at the Orange Tree Theatre

    Interview with Paul Miller, new Artistic Director at the Orange Tree Theatre

    The new boss of the Orange Tree Theatre is starting to put down roots. As his first season begins, Paul Miller tells Lucy Johnston about his plans to mix the... Read More ›

  • We interview Paralympian David Weir

    We interview Paralympian David Weir

    Wheelchair athlete David Weir is backing this month’s Richmond Running Festival. Here he talks about the London legacy and training in Richmond Park He is one of the biggest icons... Read More ›

  • Knitwits knitting club

    Knitwits knitting club

        Knitwits knitting club will be creating some monkey business in Richmond next week, with handmade monkeys being placed on Hill Rise by The Vineyard to raise awareness for... Read More ›

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