Yesterday (July 21), the A316 was partially closed for several hours following an accident involving a dustcart and a cyclist. After being airlifted to hospital, the cyclist, a man in his 4os, succumbed to his severe head injuries, and passed away this afternoon (July 22). Continue reading
Kew has today been announced as a finalist in the 2014 Google Impact Challenge UK, which will award funding to 10 charitable projects using innovative technology to change the world. Continue reading
Richmond Metropolitan Police have reported that an earlier collision between A refuse lorry and a cyclist outside the Pools on the Park has resulted in the cyclist being airlifted away to hospital, meanwhile, police have closed the road in both directions, and expect the closures to remain in place for ‘several hours’. Continue reading
Despite a blistering week thus far, the weekend looks to be dramaticaly wet and stormy. Nevertheless, there’s plenty to do, so have a look at some of our suggestions in this week’s weekend guide:
Internationally renowned broadcaster and naturalist Sir David Attenborough, has formally opened the Attenborough Pond and launched a conservation appeal for Beverley Brook in Richmond Park. Continue reading
A report commissioned by Richmond Council published recently looks at design concepts for text-based art in areas of Twickenham. Continue reading
Kew Gardens is erupting in sights and sounds tonight for the annual Kew The Music festival. The week long spectacle has drawn some big names, with headlining performances from Jools Holland, Bill Bailey and Simple Minds. It’s looks to be the perfect way to spend the summers evening, so be sure to bring a big rug to sit on, and blankets to get comfy whilst watching the shows.
Motorists and cyclists are being advised in advance of delays to traffic in Twickenham town centre during July and August, as the multi-million pound Twickenham Rediscovered project enters its next phase. Continue reading