Richmond is a popular filming location. Richmond Park has featured in many films and TV series.

Richmond was founded in 1071[8] 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.

At the top of Richmond Hill, opposite the former Royal Star and Garter Home, sits the Richmond Gate entrance to Richmond Park. The park is a national nature reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and a Special Area of Conservation. It is the largest of London's Royal Parks and was created by Charles I in 1634 as a deer park and now has over 600 red and fallow deer. Richmond Gate remains open to traffic between dawn and dusk.

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.

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The town centre is on the A307, which used to be the main link between London and northwest Surrey, and was previously one of the main routes of the Portsmouth Road before it was diverted.

The town is home to two secondary schools: Richmond School- a large school and sixth form with specialisms in Performing Arts, Science and Maths- and St Francis Xavier School, which is a smaller, voluntary aided, joint Roman Catholic and Church of England School[11] for boys and girls aged 11–16. There are also three non-sectarian primary schools: Richmond Methodist, Richmond C of E and St Marys Roman Catholic School.

Welcome to Richmond, North Yorkshire.   Discover the jewel in the heart of North Yorkshire, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Richmond is a town which inspires painters & poets, past & present...

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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,[73] as did Downton Abbey in July 2014.[74] Many TV shows have featured The Green or Little Green, including Agatha Christie's Poirot and Simon Schama's Power of Art.

Richmond has six surviving groups of almshouses, some of them originally founded in the 16th century:

Welcome to Richmond upon Thames, a jewel in London’s crown. Probably London's most attractive borough, it has long been a favourite retreat for Royalty and the rich and famous. 

Chiropractic is a type of physical therapy designed to help improve the functioning of the musculo-skeletal system, and in particular the spine. The purpose of chiropractic care is to help relieve pain and discomfort, and increase mobility. The Chiropractor may also offer advice on health and lifestyle issues as well as offering post treatment rehabilitative exercise programs.

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If you are in the area why not visit nearby Middleham Castle, the favourite childhood home of Richard III, or explore Barnard Castle and discover more action packed days out in the Dales?

The prosperity of the medieval town and centre of the Swaledale wool industry greatly increased in the late 17th and 18th centuries with the burgeoning lead mining industry in nearby Arkengarthdale. It is from this period that the town's Georgian architecture originates, the most notable examples of which are to be found on Newbiggin and in Frenchgate[citation needed]. One of Europe's first gas works was built in the town in 1830.[8]

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Whether visiting for business or leisure, enjoy indulgent afternoon teas and delicious Modern British cuisine in Pembroke’s Restaurant, full access to Cedars Leisure Club and some of the UK’s most popular natural, sporting and historic attractions just a short walk or car journey away…. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

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For centuries, Richmond was home to the country's royal family. It also has a long list of famous residents, both past and present.

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The names of the war dead are engraved into walls that jut out from the memorial.[10]

Richmond has been used as a filming location for a significant number of TV programmes & films including The Fast Show, Century Falls, Earthfasts, A Woman of Substance (1984) and All Creatures Great and Small amongst others.

The area now known as Richmond was formerly part of Shene. Shene was not listed in Domesday Book, although it is depicted on the associated maps as Sceon, its Saxon spelling.[8] Henry VII had a palace built there and in 1501 he named it Richmond Palace in recognition of his earldom and his ancestral home at Richmond Castle in Yorkshire. The town that developed nearby took the same name as the palace.

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Mostly independent businesses line the narrow alleyways running off George Street towards Richmond Green and up Richmond Hill and there is a farmers' market in Heron Square on Saturdays. Richmond has one large stand-alone supermarket, Sainsbury's, with parking for 420 cars to the east of the town, near North Sheen railway station.

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Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Richmond Park, the largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks and the biggest enclosed space in London.

The Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond, built in 1788, is the UK's most complete 18th century theatre.[6]

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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.

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Richmond is a suburban[2] town in southwest London, 8.2 miles (13.2 km) west-southwest of Charing Cross. The town is on a meander of the River Thames, with a large number of parks and open spaces, including Richmond Park, and many protected conservation areas,[3] which include much of Richmond Hill.[4] A specific Act of Parliament protects the scenic view of the River Thames from Richmond.[5]

Richmond Theatre ranks as a major film location; it has featured in the Peter Sellers comedy The Naked Truth (1957),[75] Bugsy Malone (1976), The Krays (1990), Evita (1996), Bedazzled (2000), The Hours (2002), Finding Neverland (2004)[76] and The Wolfman (2010).[77]

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