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What is it like in Richmond?
A range of convenience shopping, restaurants and cafes can be found on the crest of Richmond Hill lining Friars Stile Road, as well as along Kew Road towards the Botanical Gardens, and on Sheen Road, which comprise the third tier of the shopping hierarchy.
Appointments are available on all weekdays and some evenings. Emergency appointments are also available. Please contact Nick Richmond on 07833 493929 for specific details.
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Local newspapers include the weekly Darlington & Stockton Times and the daily Northern Echo.
Richmond is now part of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, and has a population of 21,469 (consisting of North Richmond and South Richmond wards). It has a significant commercial and retail centre with a developed day and evening economy.
"Richmond is one of the most beautiful towns in England - and surprisingly few people know." The Lonely Planet
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As well as a location for films, Richmond Park is regularly featured in television programmes, corporate videos and fashion shoots. It has made an appearance on Blue Peter, Inside Out (the BBC regional current affairs programme) and BBC Springwatch. In 2014 it was featured in a video commissioned by The Hearsum Collection.
Now Richmond's only local newspaper, the Richmond and Twickenham Times, has been published since 1873.
The town of Richmond is in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and forms part of the Richmond Park UK Parliament constituency. The current Member of Parliament is Zac Goldsmith. Richmond is also part of the South West London Assembly constituency. For elections to the European Parliament it is part of the London constituency.
During the English Civil War, the Covenanter Army led by David Leslie, Lord Newark, took over the castle and conflict between local Catholics and Scottish Presbyterians ensued.
Basingstoke is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Lifts available 24 hours.
Travel for just 20 minutes from Earl’s Court on a District Line Tube to Richmond where you’ll find a maze of cobbled streets lined with independent shops and small art galleries.
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To the west of the town, on the road to Marske, is the unusually named Richmond Out Moor.
The view from the top westward to Windsor has long been famous, inspiring paintings by masters such as J. M. W. Turner and Sir Joshua Reynolds and also poetry. One particularly grand description of the view can be found in Sir Walter Scott’s novel The Heart of Midlothian (1818). It is a common misconception that the folk song "Lass of Richmond Hill" relates to this hill, but the song is actually based upon a lass residing in Hill House at Richmond in the Yorkshire Dales.
The village green, divided into The Green and Little Green, has Georgian splendour, stately listed buildings and paved alleyways leading to the high street. It is a magnet for film crews, particularly when recreating a city square or row of townhouses of bygone years. In 2011, The Crimson Petal and the White filmed there, as did Downton Abbey in July 2014. Many TV shows have featured The Green or Little Green, including Agatha Christie's Poirot and Simon Schama's Power of Art.
The Princes Head Cricket Club holds fixtures on Richmond Green throughout the summer.
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Going as far back as the 1960s when The Avengers filmed in York House Gardens, Twickenham and The Beatles filmed at Twickenham Studios, to current dramas such as Downton Abbey and Mr Selfridge – Richmond upon Thames has been the chosen location to film.
Richmond prepares students for global citizenship through civic engagement, volunteering and service learning.
Richmond also offers a wide variety of office accommodation and is the UK/European headquarters of several multi-national companies including eBay, PayPal and The Securitas Group, as well as head office to a number of national, regional and local businesses. The London Evening Standard has described Richmond as "the beating heart of London’s growing technology industry".
The first of all Richmonds of the world. A Yorkshire Dales market town, with Norman castle, Georgian architecture, a large cobbled market place, museums, monuments and abbeys, the fast flowing river Swale, and breathtaking views and scenery.
Richmond was founded in 1071 by the Breton Alan Rufus, on lands granted to him by William the Conqueror. Richmond Castle, completed in 1086, had a keep and walls encompassing the area now known as the Market Place.
The Riverside Gallery, also at the Old Town Hall, has a year-round programme of exhibitions by local artists including paintings, prints and photographs. Admission is free.
There is free parking on Richmond Green and at the Old Deer Park Car Park after 6.30pm.
With a third of the borough being green and open space – five times more than any other borough in London - Richmond has much to offer in the way of leisure activities.
Richmond has six surviving groups of almshouses, some of them originally founded in the 16th century:
Today the northern, western and southern sides of the Green are residential while the eastern side, linking with George Street, is largely retail and commercial. Public buildings line the eastern side of the Little Green and pubs and cafés cluster in the corner by Paved and Golden Courts – two of a number of alleys that lead from the green to the main commercial thoroughfare of George Street. These alleys are lined with mostly privately owned boutiques.
In 2011, Richmond was 66.5% White British, 1.2% Black, 6.3% Asian, 3.5% Mixed and 18.6% Other White. The rest is made up of Arab and Other ethnic groups.
Thirty per cent of Richmond households do not have a car/van. This figure is well above the borough average of 24% which may be related to the excellent transport links in the area and the lower proportion of families as reported in the 2001 census. A half of households have one car in line with the borough average.
The Station food, film and art centre admits 300,000 tourists a year. It was formerly Richmond railway station. It has a restaurant, cinema, art gallery and heritage centre, as well as a bakery, cheese-maker, micro brewery, ice-cream parlour, fudge house and honey-maker.
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An induction loop is fully installed in the auditorium. There are a limited number of headsets for the infra-red hearing system which should be booked in advance at the Box Office. Headsets are available from the kiosk in the foyer on payment of a returnable deposit (£5).
Henry I lived briefly in the King's house in "Sheanes". In 1299 Edward I, the "Hammer of the Scots", took his whole court to the manor house at Sheen, a little east of the bridge and on the riverside, and it thus became a royal residence; William Wallace was executed in London in 1305, and it was in Sheen that the Commissioners from Scotland went down on their knees before Edward.