NSMRA – SEASONAL EVENTS AND CONSULTATION REMINDERS

Newsletter  28 November 2018   –  nsmra.org/

Christmas Events

See below for some local events this Christmas.  If you have any non-commercial events which are taking place locally or involve local people, please advise and we will try and get a note of them in the next newsletter, which will be in a fortnight or so.

Consultation mania!

Changes to buses….

Please do respond to the proposals, which if implemented will downgrade the local bus services. The deadline is 11 December (so why not respond now).

consultations.tfl.gov.uk/buses/bus-changes-richmond/

20mph speed limit consultation.


The Council is consulting on this fairly straightforward proposal  The deadline is 21 December..

www.richmond.gov.uk/services/roads_and_transport/roads_and_road_works/speed_limits/20mph

CHRISTMAS EVENTS

2 December at the Kilmorey Mausoleum. 3-7pm. On Sunday 2 December Jack and Priscilla (the inhabitants of the mausoleum) will be opening their doors once again to celebrate the coming season. Entry £3 in aid of the Environment Trust

The garden will be decorated, there will be carol singing, mulled wine, mince pies, a treasure trail and Father Christmas will have presents for children in his Grotto (£5 extra). 

15 December at the Ailsa Tavern.  1-5pm.  A Christmas Craft Fair. 

8 December at All Hallows Church.  5.30pm. Richmond Community Choir & the Martineau Brass Quintet presents a Christmas Concert with old and new pieces, carols for all, and mince-pies, at 5.30pm on Saturday 8 December 2018 at All Hallows’ Church, Erncroft Way, TW1 1EW. 

9 December in Crown Road.  11am-5pm  Crown Road Christmas Fair

AND
Carol Singing reminder


You, too, can take part.  If not by singing, by preparing an extra large bounty for those knocking on your door.

Carollers get mince pies and mulled wine.  Put it in your diaries…

A few other things…..

  1. There have been fraudsters knocking on doors claiming that some sort of emergency has happened and asking for  money for buses, taxis, etc.  Don’t pander to them and do call the police, having closed your door.  
  2. If you have a new neighbour, why not lean over their fence and tell them about NSMRA and this newsletter,  

Website

The Association has relaunched its website. The link is: nsmra.org/

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