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28 September @ 6:30pm – Evening Bat Walk in Richmond Park

Fun for all the family. Come and see how many of the nine species of bat that have been found living in Richmond Park we can find. You will also hear what Bats sound like when their calls are made audible using a bat detector, and learn about the sounds made by our different types…

26 September – Richmond Park Academy Open Evening

Richmond Park Academy will be holding its annual Open Evening on Thursday 26 September from 18:00-21:00. Prospective students and parents are welcome to look around the school and see the wealth of opportunities available. Richmond Park Academy: Park Avenue, SW14 8RG Head Teacher: Miss L Kirby

Monday 23 @ 9:15am – Coffee Morning with Zac Goldsmith

Informal Coffee Morning with Zac Goldsmith, MP for Richmond Park & North Kingston This is a good opportunity for your local MP to hear from as many residents as possible, and to try to answer any questions you have on national or local issues. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where: Villa Rosa Café, 349 Upper Richmond…

London Duathlon 2013 – Richmond Park closed to traffic

The roads in Richmond Park will be closed to traffic tomorrow, Sunday 15 September, as duathletes run, bike and run some more. Why not go along and watch and cheer? There’s an Events Village at Roehampton Gate and fun for all the family. Further information:

Barnes & Mortlake History Society – New Lecture Programme Starts 19 September

Our local history society starts its new lecture programme this month, with all lectures held at the Sheen Lane Centre. Thursday 19 September at 8pm The Transformation of East Sheen, a talk by Paul Velluet Thursday 17 October at 8pm Albert Betts: the Man who Drew Mortlake a talk by David Deaton Thursday 21 November at 8pm  The Story of the John Tradescants: their Museum and…

This Week’s Featured Shop: Classic Collections

It would be a challenge to find a card shop with more cards on display than Classic Collections This wonderful shop has 30 spinners each containing hundreds of cards of every type, from humour to art, from pop-up pictures to handmade specials. Click here to read the full article  

See Saw Drop In Sessions – where under 5s learn, play and explore together – FREE – starts 23 September!

See Saw drop in sessions for under 5s and their carers  – the perfect place for little ones to learn, play and explore together. These fun, multi-sensory sessions are FREE and are designed to encourage creativity, curiosity and the development of communication, coordination and social interaction skills. Sessions include music, play materials, creative activities, stories…