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Richmond Bridge and Riverside

The Richmond Society

Richmond upon Thames is the London Borough where the country comes to town. Its unique situation on a beautiful bend of the river, bounded by two Royal Parks and Kew Gardens, has attracted visitors for centuries, and we must thank previous generations for the fact that so much of its beauty has been preserved for so long. It was due to local pressure in the past,that two of its vistas are actually protected by Acts of Parliament - the view from The Terrace across the water meadows and river and the view from the Park over seven miles of London to the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral.

The Richmond Society works to preserve and enhance all of this and more. For further information, click on Richmond Society at a Glance or any of the links above.

Enquiries and comments to:
secretary@richmondsociety.co.uk
Telephone 020 8948 0643

  

   

Forthcoming Events

Historical Treasure Hunt

... for children up to 13 years old
Sunday 27th April 2014

Heritage Walk

The Heart of Richmond - led by Paul Velluet

An introductory walk around the historic core of the Town including The Green and the Palace, the Parish Church and Churchyard, the lower Hill area and The Riverside.
Wednesday 7th May 2014

The May Fair

Join us on Richmond Green and take part in our competition.
Saturday 10th May 2014
10.00 am to 5.00 pm on Richmond Green.

Heritage Walk

Richmond and The Great War

A walk focusing on places and features relating to the contributions and sacrifices made by Richmond men and women to the Great War.
Wednesday 21st May 2014

Heritage at the Heart

The Mayor of London’s GLA and TfL Heritage Adviser Edmund Bird explains how his work is often at the heart of key transport and regeneration schemes around the capital.

Thursday 22nd May 2014
Duke Street Church, Richmond at 7.30 for 7.45 pm.

 

Recent Topics

Heathrow

For more information on Richmond and Heathrow, see the Richmond Heathrow Campaign’s website at www.richmondheathrowcampaign.org.

You can also subscribe to the RHC’s mailing list.
 

Latest Newsletter

The Spring 2014 Newsletter (237)
was published on 5th February.
Richmond Society Spring Newsletter 2014