Local Links Archives

Got plans for tomorrow night?

CDRLUd5WEAAjmMN.pngYou do now! Comedy from the Bearcat Comedy Club at the Turks Head

Live Music Tonight (Thurs 5/6/14) at the Crown! Plus Late Night Shopping on Crown Rd

326x323xScreen%2CP20shot%2CP202014-01-18%2CP20at%2CP2021.11.51.png.pagespeed.ic.hE81MKBSB7.jpg James Deane is playing an acoustic set, and before that there’s late night shopping with live musical accompaniment on Crown Road!

Go behind the scenes with a St margarets icon...

bruce%20crop.jpg Friend. Dog. Miniature grizzly bear. Living doormat impersonator… However you know beloved St Margarets icon Bruce the Dog, get ready to learn more!

Rugby Football Union

Rugby Football Union

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.

www.rfu.com

London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames Council

London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames Council

Latest news and local community information and events from the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames council.

www.richmond.gov.uk

St Margarets Community Website

St Margarets Community Website

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.

stmgrts.org.uk

Visit Richmond Website

The Visit Richmond Website

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.

www.visitrichmond.co.uk

St Margarets Fair

St Margarets Fair

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.

www.stmargaretsfair.org