September 2010 Archives
So — September’s here. The Indian summer begins to wane and as we roll into autumn I can’t entirely agree with Keats. The mists are here on Marble Hill Park, and yes the shelves of Streets the grocers are groaning with the orchards’ fruitfulness, but this change of season is never a mellow time for the Food-Phile…
Twickenham Stadium is an intrinsic part of the local community and the RFU sponsors local schools, sport and healthy lifestyle initiatives, charities, voluntary bodies and community events.
Since its introduction, the ecologically friendly shopping bag has not been absent from the St Margarets’s shopping streets. Not only does the bag cleverly pay towards the beautiful Christmas street decorations and trees, making St Margarets local shopping all that more special, it also helps us St Margarets folk feel better about ourselves as we answer “no thanks” to those stores that continue to ask whether we would like a plastic bag to go along with our 2 purchased items…
Thanks to Anne Warren for submitting this crossword as an entry to one of our earlier MyStMargarets competitions. We liked it so much we asked Anne if we could publish it online for all of St Margarets to enjoy.
Gavin, the St Margarets Quiz Master has recently set a challenge in the new Summer edition of the MyStMargarets magazine.
Here are the original questions - you can click on the answers link at the end of this page to reveal all the answers - but only after you’ve given all the questions a go!
The St Margarets Traders Association currently represents over 70 local businesses and aims to promote and protect the unique and vibrant St Margarets shopping area.
The Association has strong links with local schools and community groups and works with the community to provide family fun and entertainment at the Summer and Christmas Fairs. The Association has strengthened its links with the community through the introduction and usage of the 'Love St Margarets' heart logo.
Latest news and local community information and events from the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames council.
The St Margarets Community Website was created by a group of local residents of St Margarets. Their mission is simple - help foster a stronger community identity. There is no hidden agenda, no political affiliations and to date, all the work is volunteer.
Everything you need to know on what’s happening and what there is to do in the borough.
Various guides including extensive details on attractions, events and accommodation in the area.
Virtual Tourism: watch the fantastic online videos and podcasts covering this area!
Dont’ forget to sign-up to the monthly “What’s On” guide.
On a Spring evening in the late 70’s after the Queen’s Jubilee, over a drink at the Turks Head pub, a group of friends had the idea of creating an event on the nearby Moormead recreation ground which would provide a grand party for the local community and at the same time raise money for various charities.
Volunteers came forward to run a coconut shy and children’s games, stallholders were recruited and tents booked to house kegs of beer, tea and home made cakes. The day proved so successful that it became an annual event.
- Flavour Saviour - September 2010
- Rugby Football Union
- Thai Pin Special £5 Lunch Offer
- Have you got your heart St Margarets Shopping bag?
- The St Margarets Crossword - it's just for Fun!
- The St Margarets Pub Quiz Master sets his challenge!
- St Margarets Traders Association
- London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames Council
- St Margarets Community Website
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