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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.

  • • Teddington Lights Up 2019

    Even though the weather didn’t do its best for us, thousands of people flocked to Teddington to enjoy the annual Teddington Lights Up event.

  • • A piece of television magic comes to Teddington – and it could be yours!

    The framed cel from 'The Snowman'

    An auction with a difference will take place next Monday at Normansfield Theatre in Teddington – not only will it be recorded by the BBC as part of their Bargain Hunt television series, but it will also feature a unique piece of television history, available to the highest bidder.

  • • Teddington's online war memorial

    A remarkable First World War information resource has been created for the Teddington Society by David Neller, to whom we offer our grateful thanks.

    Here you will find an alphabetical list of Teddington people by surname; a list of WW1 memorials in Teddington; and a Roll of Honour. To access the page, please click here

  • • Udney Park Playing Fields: residents have their say

    On November 13th the Udney Park Playing Fields public inquiry held an open mic session, enabling local residents and other interested parties to express their views about the proposal to build 107 apartments on Teddington’s much-loved (and well-used) local green space.

  • • Udney Park Playing Fields public inquiry: an important date

    The Public Inquiry to hear Quantum’s Appeal to the Planning Inspector concerning its planning application for 107 luxury apartments and associated buildings on Udney Park Playing Fields is to hold an ‘open mic’ session today (Wednesday) where the community and other interested parties can make their voices heard.

  • • Remembrance Sunday, 2019

    On a crisp winter’s morning in bright sunshine, the people of Teddington remembered those who lost their lives defending their country, their town, their values, their freedom.

  • • Why be alone? Come to a Christmas Day lunch at Elleray Hall!

    The Churches in Teddington are again inviting older residents and those who would like company on Christmas Day to join them for a traditional Christmas lunch at Elleray Hall.

  • • Local parks survey open now

    Children enjoying Strawberry Woods

    Which is your favourite Council-run park in Teddington – big or small?

  • • Thomas Traherne – Teddington’s Greatest Poet

    We will be commemorating Thomas Traherne on the anniversary of his burial, Thursday October 10th, with a service at 8pm.

  • • Thousands of street lights to be replaced across the Borough

    An energy-efficient street light in Teddington

    The Teddington Society welcomes Richmond Council’s decision to replace 7,000 street lights across the borough with more energy-efficient LEDs, starting immediately.

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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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Teddington Society Committee

Or write to us at

1 Avenue Road
Teddington
TW11 0BT