The Bounce Festival at Old Deer Park, Richmond

The Bounce Festival is coming to Richmond….!

A festival specifically designed to bring ‘educational’ joy to your kids and give parents a breather – packed with entertainment, nature, craft, cooking, science and more. Basically everything that kids seem to love.

Not only that, but like Andrex, it keeps on going since many of

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Twickenham Festival 2013

The Twickenham Festival has been running for many years, but last year it reached new heights as the Jubilee Festival. The JF was organised by the Twickenham Town Business Association and Twickenham Alive, the great news is that they’re both back at the helm for 2013 – and it appears to be even bigger.

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The Size of Families in Richmond

Living around Richmond its hard to walk down the street, walk into a shop or buy a cup of coffee without feeling that you’re being surrounded by parents with kids in buggies.

I know that because I’m one of those parents and have often found myself in a buggy-standoff trying to get in or

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Easter Egg Hunts around Richmond

My kids were supposed to go on an Easter Egg hunt today. But it was just too cold. It seemed so much warmer last year (although I’ve just been reminded that Easter was ‘later’ last year – April 8th).

Anyway, it seemed like a good idea to do a quick round up on the

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Secondary School League Tables in Richmond Borough

I wrote a remarkably popular post about primary schools in Richmond last year, so it seemed like a good idea to share the latest secondary school results, published in January 2013.

Hampton does well in the league tables. Photo by Motmit.

There are only 8 secondary state schools in the Borough (marked

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