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Future events

News from the Teddington Society

Tidings, our quarterly magazine, is specially written and distributed to members of the Society. It contains a wide range of news and features, including reports from the groups, items of local interest, photographs, details of local events, and exclusive day trips arranged for members.

Reminders about events are also occasionally emailed to members who have opted in to this service.

  • Thoughts on the borough-wide 20mph speed limit consultation

    By Brian Holder, Leader of the Teddington Society Roads & Transport Group

  • Strawberry Hill House's Lost Treasures – an absolute 'must' to see!

    The Gallery at Strawberry Hill House

    The Teddington Society’s Peter Denton was completely captivated when he visited Strawberry Hill House’s fabulous Lost Treasures exhibition recently. Here’s why…

  • Community flower bed being prepared for Remembrance Sunday

    Paul Kay, Kate Suttle and Pete Shaw - gardeners extraordinaire!

    Horticulturalist Kate Suttle (centre) has kindly taken over maintenance of the Teddington Society community flower bed opposite the war memorial in Hampton Road.

  • Volunteer Rangers for Bushy Park

    Bushy Park in the autumn

    From next Easter, a Volunteer Community Ranger Service is to be set up in Bushy Park for a trial period of three years.

  • It’s Fiver Fest time again!

    Fiver Fest is across Teddington until 6th October

    Teddington’s ever-popular annual Fiver Fest gets under way today (Saturday 22nd September) and lasts until Saturday 6th October. It’s the fortnight when the town’s independent traders get together to offer the public special deals for just £5.

  • Teddington Society submits formal objection to Udney Park Playing Fields development

    The Teddington Society has formally objected to plans to construct 107 residential apartments, a GP surgery and other buildings on the Udney Park Playing Fields which lie between Udney Park Road and Kingston Road.

  • Stanley Road’s iconic monkey puzzle trees are saved!

    A pair of fine monkey puzzle trees in Stanley Road have been permanently protected by Richmond Council – thanks to swift action by the Teddington Society and the Council itself.

  • Sir Vince Cable intervenes in Udney Park planning controversy

    Local MP Sir Vince Cable has intervened in the long-running dispute over the future of the Udney Park playing fields in Teddington. Quantum Teddington Development Ltd has applied for permission to erect 107 residential apartments, a GP surgery and other buildings on the site in Udney Park Road – which the Teddington Society opposes.

  • Teddington Lock in the Summer

    Summer 2018 and Teddington Lock is looking absolutely stunning at the moment.

  • Smiles and Summer Sunshine for the Summer Fair!

    Carnival of the Animals performing at the Village Fair

    The weather couldn’t have been better for this year’s Teddington Village Fair at Udney Hall Gardens. Volunteers were on hand from 7.30am onwards on June 24th to erect stalls, bouncy castles and gazebos, deliver ponies, a lifeboat, a dinghy and a skiff, in preparation for the hundreds of people who visited us from midday onwards.

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The more members we have, the stronger our voice and the more influence we can exert. We campaign on issues which would adversely affect the town and support initiatives that will be of benefit. Make your opinion known through us. There’s strength in numbers so the more members the merrier.

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General information

Teddington Society Committee

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1 Avenue Road
TW11 0BT