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Old Town Hall

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The Old Town Hall was built in the 1890s on land donated by Sir John Whittaker Ellis, a former Lord Mayor of London and the first mayor for the new borough of Richmond, for use by Richmond Council. Whittaker Avenue is named after him. It was opened in 1893 by the Duke of York. After the formation of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in the early 1960s, a new Civic Centre was built in Twickenham, and the Old Town Hall was used for a time by the Social Services Department. It was refurbished in the 1980s for use by the Library Service and now houses the major information services for the borough -- the Reference Library, the Local Studies Collection and Richmond Information Centre, plus the Museum of Richmond and the Riverside Gallery.

Richmond Council

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St Margarets Councillors

nameemailphone
Geoff Actoncllr.gacton@richmond.gov.uk020 8891 3816
Ben Khosacllr.bkhosa@richmond.gov.uk020 8892 3191
Philip Morgancllr.pmorgan@richmond.gov.uk020 8892 6044

Phone Numbers

Allotments020 8831 6110
Blue Badges020 8831 6096
Bookings (Halls for Hire)020 8831 6108 / 020 8831 6109
Council Tax / Benefits020 8891 7724
Education, Arts & Leisure020 8891 7500
Electoral Services020 8891 7775
Freedom Passes020 8831 6094 / 020 8831 6312
Out of Hours Emergencies020 8744 2442
Out of Hours Minicom0845 600 7752
Parking - Residents' Parking Permits (Twickenham)020 8744 2131
Parking - Residents' Parking Permits (Richmond)020 8332 0925
Penalty Change Notices020 8891 7071
Pest Control020 8891 7800
Planning Applications020 8891 7300
Recycling020 8891 7329
Refuse Collections020 8891 7053
Registrar of Births and Deaths020 8940 2651
Registrar of Marriages020 8940 2853
Richmond and Twickenham Primary Care Trust020 8973 3000
Road/Lighting/Pavement Faults020 8891 7083
Social Services020 8891 7600
Trading Standards020 8891 7770
Trees020 8891 7808

St Margarets and North Twickenham Police Liason Group

Community and Local Police Liaison Group.

Twickenham Town Centre Website

Visit www.twickenhamtown.co.uk for information on where to go, what to do and how to get to Twickenham Town Centre.