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This Week Lucy Loves…No Churn Cherry Ice Cream

You don’t need an ice cream machine for this!

Discover this lovely recipe here >>

Local Petition to Change Unsafe Upper Richmond Road Crossing

Local parents call for change to URR road zebra crossing, the scene of several accidents and near misses. Please lend your support & sign the petition.

Click here for details >>>

Book now for summer holiday fun at East Sheen Primary School

NS Sport holiday activities for 4 to 11 year olds are back for summer! Book NS Stars or NS Strikers and book for as many days as suit you!

Click here to find out more & book >>>

Latest local job opportunities…

including Four Seasons Blinds and Amicable

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Visit the East Sheen Village Business Directory

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Lucy Loves…No Churn Cherry Ice Cream

While it’s still nice and warm, this recipe makes the perfect summer pud. Summer screams ice cream. It’s cooling, fruity and makes the most perfect dessert. Ice cream, for me, has the cache of being complicated to make, needing either an expensive ice cream making machine or hours of stirring and other kerfuffle. But thanks…

Richmond Park Academy announces A-level improvement for the second year running

The hard work and determination of Richmond Park Academy students were rewarded when the 2017/18 A-level results were published today. Students across the sixth form achieved a 96% pass rate; an increase on last year with 47% achieving A* – B, a 4% increase on the 2016/17 results.  Reviewing the results, Principal Paul Mundy-Castle said,…

Christ’s School celebrates best A-level results

Huge smiles and tears of joy were the order of the day at Christ’s School this morning as students and staff celebrated yet another year of improved A-level results.  21% of students achieved A*/A grades, 52% gained A*-B grades and there was an overall pass rate of 100%.  There was success across all subjects with…

We need to slow down traffic to save lives

Your borough could go 20mph in September: the last council promised a consultation, and the new council has also done so, telling us it’s now due to happen in the Autumn. Lots of campaigners will tell you this is great news, and as someone who thinks we need more cycling (and safer walking), I can…

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