Richmond Council has launched a fortnightly community safety email giving news of crime and anti-social behaviour concerns in South Richmond Ward. Information in the email is already in the public domain and is predominantly sourced from the Metropolitan Police website, the South Richmond Safer Neighbourhood Team’s twitter feed, Richmond Council and local news organisations such as the Richmond & Twickenham Times.

Although it is not available the web, David Noakes, Community Safety Officer, says Richmond Society members can subscribe by contacting him at



Richmond Council’s consultation on its draft Climate Change Strategy and Air Quality Action Plan closes on Thursday 24 October. You can have your say here.



Our Annual Awards for architectural and landscaping projects will be presented on Thursday 17 October at Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College, Parkshot, Richmond. Doors open at 7:00 pm, programme starts at 7:30 pm. A wine and cheese party follows, tickets £3 sold at the door.

After the presentation a panel discussion will include a representative of the owners of the House of Fraser site, 80 George Street, Richmond, who plan a mixed retail/office development. We have raised concerns.

Richmond Concert Society has launched its 2019-2020 season offering a programme of 12 classical concerts for a total of £45.

The Environment Trust is hosting a lecture on Richmond at War and life in St Leonards Air Raid Shelter with local historian Simon Fowler. It commences at 7:00 pm on Tuesday 15 October at the Vestry Hall, Paradise Road, Richmond. Tickets £12, booking at is essential.


Be Richmond (The Richmond Business Improvement District)

London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Metropolitan Police South Richmond Safer Neighbourhood Team



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