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As The Richmond Magazine completes its first 20 years, former Editor Richard Nye talks to the brains behind it all

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Celebrating Excellence across the County more

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Finding the time to talk is the simple solution to a silent epidemic affecting 1.2 million older people. Emma Pritchard reports more

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Hansons enjoyed an exciting auction day earlier in the month. Auctioneer Charles Hanson talks us through the most intriguing items to pass under his hammer more

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After a fire burnt Battersea Arts Centre's Grand Hall to the ground in 2015, the local community stepped in to help rebuild and the new hall is almost finished. Ahead of his London visit, the team involved with the project have a message for Trump more

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Ninety paddle boarders travelled from Richmond to Kew Bridge last week in a bid to raise awareness of the plastic problem poisoning our rivers and oceans. Sheengate's Ruth McCann was on the scene to give a board's eye view more

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Why childhood deprivation can work wonders more

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Sandycombe Lodge is a finalist in the Civic Voice Design Awards. The awards are a national celebration of well-designed new build, heritage and public realm projects and Turner's House is the only entry from London. Get your votes in ASAP! more

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After spotting a young fox stuck in Richmond Hill's Bulbous Betty water fountain, McFly bassist Dougie Poynter jumped in to action to help RSPCA Officer Lisa Miller save the vulpine victim more

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Conflicting thoughts on the heroine of Epsom Downs more

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Everyone's favourite Britain's Got Talent judge has thrown open the doors of her gorgeous Surrey home for the first time more

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We’ve heard a lot about the impact on the monarchy, the country and the Commonwealth. But what do the coming nuptials mean for the host town? Alice Cairns finds out more

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Thane and regret: an Australian idiot’s tale more

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...you’re sure of a musical treat. Jane McGowan finds Surrey’s first opera house transformed more

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First opened in the 1860s, the Temperate House at RBG Kew is the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse. After a five-year restoration, it reopens to the public. Fiona Adams meets Richard Barley, Kew’s Director of Horticulture, to learn what's in store more

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What the Arsenal manager should take from history more

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Twickenham based social enterprise Harper Performance needs your help raising £30,000 to support aspirational athletes in deprived communities across the world more

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Why today’s hot topic could develop into a flaming row more

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The bestselling author of How to Train Your Dragon and The Wizards of Once comes to Dorking Halls more

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