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The Final Mortlake Summer Fair

This year’s Mortlake Summer Fair – the last one on Brewery Green before the developers step in – will be on Saturday 24 June from noon to 4:00pm. Please come along, bring your family and friends to join in with all the fun of the fair and enjoy some true community spirit. The fair is…

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Lucy Loves Coffee Butterscotch Biscotti

This week Lucy is trying to stay cool in this warm weather with a simple, elegant Italian baked treat. Gosh it’s hot. I don’t want to moan as that will curse it, but it’s either like a furnace in this country or gloomy, grey and wet. There’s no happy medium, the weather is not dissimilar…

Father’s Day 18 June – Some Local Treats for Dad

With Father’s Day on the way, we thought we’d ask our lovely local businesses what they have in store to help make your Dad’s day super special on June 18. Here’s what we’ve discovered – so far! Make the Moment Last For a personalised gift that will be enjoyed every time you glance its way, a…

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Lucy Loves a Cobb Salad with Blue Cheese Dressing

This week, as a Father’s Day treat, Lucy has prepared her husband’s favourite, semi-healthy supper dish. My husband is not ordinarily a salad kind of guy. He was a fussy child, according to his mother. One year when they went on holiday he ate an omelette every day for 2 weeks as he didn’t like…

This month’s Dog Blog: What Gets Rewarded Gets Repeated

This month our local dog blogger, Siobhan Harvey from Swalkies Puppy & Dog Behaviour, talks treats and training.   Imagine this scenario: You’re at work and your boss calls you in and says, “Sally, we’re going to promote you, you’re doing such a fab job.” “Great!” you think and ask, “What sort of pay rise…

Art House 2017 – Visit Local Artists in their Studios!

It’s that fantastic time of the year when a selection of the borough’s talented artists open their studios to the public. Across the weekends of 23-25 June and 30 June-2 July a lots of local artists and craftspeople will be exhibiting their work, offering you the chance to see the unique environments in which their art is created and even buy…

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Lucy Loves No Knead White Pizza

This week, Lucy is sharing a speedy, all cheese, no kerfuffle version of this Italian favourite. I have a real dislike of takeaway pizza. For me it’s the least attractive fast food option. Give me a sloppy korma or a bright orange gloopy sweet and sour chicken any day. A delivery pizza is so often…

Sunday 4 June: 10 Mile Run in Richmond Park & Park Closed

London’s only major 10 mile running event is coming to Richmond Park on Sunday June 4 Entries are still open for a new 10 mile run in Richmond Park this Sunday, 4 June. Up to 10,000 runners will descend on Richmond Park to take part in London’s only major fully closed road 10 mile running event –…

Enjoy the magic of a horse-drawn carriage ride in Richmond Park

What could be more magical than a carriage ride in beautiful Richmond Park? This Summer, the Royal Parks Foundation has teamed up with Operation Centaur to bring you a six-person Park Brake drawn by majestic Shire Horses, allowing you to experience Richmond Park like never before. The 90-minute experience begins at Holly Lodge, Richmond Park, where…

SW14 to Amsterdam by bike in 24 hours to raise £15,000!

On June 16th a group of 31 Thomson House School parents will be mounting their trusty two wheeled steeds, destination Amsterdam. Their aim is to cover 300km (186+ miles) in just 24 hours to raise a fantastic £15,000 for the school. Parent and Friends of Thomson House (FOTH) supporter, Mark Davies, said, “A few of us are…