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Eat out to help out in Sheen!

The list of independent restaurants and cafés taking part in the Eat Out To Help Out scheme has just been announced. From 3 to 31 August, get a 50% discount when you eat in at restaurants that are registered with the scheme. The discount only applies to eat in food and non-alcoholic drinks, and only…

Pickle & Rye Plans to Keep Calm and Carryout

Husband- and wife-owned Pickle and Rye has managed to survive the pandemic through a crucial pivot to local delivery services, and will continue as a takeaway and home delivery restaurant. In a time where every small business owner has had to adapt and rearrange their services and method of delivery for even the chance at…

Calling all businesses: complete the COVID-19 impact survey

Businesses across Richmond upon Thames are being urged to take part in a Council survey on the coronavirus pandemic. Covid19 has had a huge impact on our business community. Many have had to close temporarily, many have had to furlough staff, and some are at risk of closing permanently. The business survey is instrumental in…

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Your local shops are opening again!

As the government is easing the lockdown, more shops are opening on Monday 15th of June. We walked down the high street and mapped all the shops opening for you – find the list below. If you’re a local business planning to open soon but not on this list, let us know and we will…

Be kind to your mind during the pandemic

To mark this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week (18 May – 24 May 2020), residents who are feeling low and anxious around the lockdown are reminded that there are a number of free services that can help. In response to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week theme is ‘kindness’. Whilst there have been…

You can help protect frontline workers from the coronavirus

We may have reached the peak of the coronavirus pandemic in London and hopefully the curve is flattening now, but NHS and social care staff are still facing shortages of PPE (personal protective equipment). Care home staff and home carers also need this vital equipment, and by the 17th of April, Richmond Council has still…

Coronavirus: how to get help

Has your business been affected by the coronavirus pandemic? Do you need financial support, or help shopping for groceries? The government has set out a package of measures to support public services, people and business through disruption caused by Covid-19. Richmond Council have set up information pages for businesses and for employees. If you need…

Coronavirus – how you can help

Last updated 31 May The latest government guidance is: – stay at home as much as possible – work from home if you can – limit contact with other people – keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible) – wash your hands regularly. Do not leave home if you or…