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  • £1.5 million given to Richmond Park Isabella Plantations

    By adam_leone at 13:19 on 12/04/13
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    One point five million pounds is being given to the Royal parks so they can look after 40 acres of Richmond Park. The money's coming from the Big Lottery Fund. As a result of the cash injection, there are two apprenticeships for anyone who wants to look after the Isabella plantations being offered. At the end of the scheme apprentices will graduate with The Royal Parks Certificate of Achievement and a level 2 diploma in work-based...
  • Carlisle Park in Hampton given a makeover

    By adam_leone at 13:47 on 20/03/13
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    Carlisle Park has been given a much need makeover by Richmond Borough Council.   The work was carried out as part of the Parks Improvement Programme which encourages residents to green open spaces.  There's been an upgrade to the facilities to improve accessibility and the overall appearance of the park. Cllr Virginia Morris, Cabinet Member for Environment said: "The borough's parks and open spaces were highlighted...
  • St Mary's Primary School classroom improvements

    By adam_leone at 11:19 on 19/03/13
    St Mary’s Governor, an IT expert and advisers who had an inspirational day attending the Technical and Lifelong Learning (BETT) exhibition
    St Mary's Primary school hase been given planning permission to make improvements to their classrooms.  It now means builders are at the ready to make any alterations.   The school which is expected to open it's doors this year. They're also now advertising for the Reception teacher role.  Parents of children who have been allocated places at our school will hear in April. They say they can can look forward to...
  • Hampton Hill Year 4 restaurant attracts crowd

    By adam_leone at 17:09 on 12/03/13
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    Year 4 pupils at Hampton Hill Juniors have been taking orders and serving parents and guests in their own restaurant. The plan has involved pupils going through a mock job interviews for various roles for waiters, chefs and financiers. But it hasn't stopped there, pupils have also gone out and bought the produce themselves to be cooked. After that, they've had to manage bookings and keep the guests happy. The local community has...
  • VIDEO: The Horse Rangers' Association's annual foundation celebration

    By adam_leone at 23:10 on 05/03/13
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    The Horse Rangers' Association's annual foundation celebration march took place on the weekend at Hampton Court.   Parents gathered to watch their children in the procession.   The parade is to remember the founder of the Horse Rangers' Association, Raymond Gordon, who started the group in Shepperton nearly 60 years ago.

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