Archive of posts from May 2015

Event Reminder: Artists@Redlees Open Studios - 5 to 7 June 2015


This 5 to 7 June brings a popular and exciting event for your diary: the Artists@Redlees Open Studios with ceramics, glass, fine art, sculpture, jewellery, metalworks, photography, leather accessories and more…

26 May 2015 | around_town

Arthur Chisnall, The Man, The Music, The Museum!

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“You must realise that what goes on here is the expression of the latent desire among the young to get away from mass media and regimentation.”

Arthur Chisnall

21 May 2015 | around_town

Casting call: BBC Two 'Back in Time'

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We are looking for a London-based family to take part in another Back In Time social history experiment for BBC Two, summer 2015.

21 May 2015 | around_town

Event Reminder: Isleworth, Church Street 'Big Lunch' Party 2015 - 6 June 2015

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Our committee are once again pleased to organise the annual Church Street Party now in its 5th consecutive year. It promises to better and bigger than the previous year and why not bring your family, friends & neighbours to this ever popular street event? 2,000 + visitors were in attendance previously and if you wish to join in the fun and community spirit, be sure to be there!

21 May 2015 | around_town

Watermans Arts Centre - Children's Activities


Watermans is an arts centre on the banks of the Thames in Brentford, near Kew Bridge station. It’s great for families with lots of regular activities from babies to teens including theatre, cinema, workshops and holiday activities, plus a large cafe/restaurant and on-site car park. See our website for up to date listings.

21 May 2015 | around_town

Residents and Lib Dem Councillors Celebrate Langhorn Drive Victory

This week, proposals for Richmond upon Thames College’s redevelopment were unexpectedly rewritten – and for the benefit of local residents. Richmond upon Thames College’s proposed redevelopment withdrew its original plan to allow road access to its housing element via existing residential roads surrounding the College. The revised proposals, which come on the back of serious residential dissatisfaction with the original plan, sees Langhorn Drive proposed as the sole route for vehicle access. The new plans will require the construction of an improved junction at the interface of Langhorn Drive and the A316 (Chertsey Road) to allow for a suitable right-hand turning.

21 May 2015 | news

Dreamcatcher Summer Film Camps - July and August 2015

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Make a short film in 5 Days and take a copy home on DVD!

Here at Dreamcatcher Media, the films made on our Summer Film Camps feature great heroes and anti-heroes, goodies and baddies, exciting chases and dramatic scenes – all scripted, filmed and directed by young people aged 8 – 18.

20 May 2015 | around_town

Local Job Vacancy: Property Photography Wanted

If you are a photographer and you have the relevant equipment you could work with us to supplement your income!

20 May 2015 | around_town

Le Salon Prive Now Open


Please come and see the refurbished restaurant at 43 Crown Road, St Margarets, TW1 3EJ which serves classic French dishes such as Chateaubriand, lemon sole, escargots, Bourguignon, creme brûlée, tarte tatin and many more interesting dishes.

15 May 2015 | around_town

The Last King of Portugal

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To his parents and family he was Manoel Maria Filipe Carlos Amélio Luís Miguel Rafael Gabriel Gonzaga Francisco de Assis Eugénio. To his subjects he was ‘His Most Faithful Majesty Manoel II, King of Portugal and the Algarves, of either side of the sea in Africa, Lord of Guinea and of Conquest, Navigation and Commerce of Ethiopia, Arabia, Persia and India, etcetera etcetera’. To his neighbours in Fulwell he was the first President of the Twickenham Piscatorial Society. To the rest of us he was the last King of Portugal.

14 May 2015 | around_town

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