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Hello! I’m Sheena Harold, Chairman, and it’s my pleasure to welcome you to the Teddington Society. Do please explore our website and let us know what you think – feedback is important to us, and always welcome.

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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.

The Udney Park Community Fields Foundation

The Udney Park Community Fields Foundation, together with other sporting clubs and organisations, has published an open letter for publication which has been sent to the London Borough of Richmond on Thames. It concerns the purchase of the Udney Park Playing Fields in Teddington. You can read the full text of the letter Open letter from Udney Park Community Fields Foundation HERE.

  • Arts Richmond is a voluntary organisation and independent charity. Their vision for a new Teddington Art Trail will support local artists displaying and selling their work, as well as promoting local independent businesses.

  • Russell Hogg is a long term resident of Teddington and at the start of the pandemic he thought he would take up podcasting. His podcast is called Subject to Change with Russell Hogg

  • Congratulations to Natalie O’Rourke on the award of an MBE in the New Year’s Honours List.

  • • New Pedestrian Gate for Bushy Park

    New Hampton Court pedestrian gate to Bushy Park

    Work has started on installing a pedestrian gate at the Hampton Court entrance to Bushy Park.

  • • Teddington in Flower 2021 – but not as you know it!

    For many years now, the annual Teddington in Flower event – in which members open their back gardens for one afternoon in June in aid of local charities – has been a much loved event for local residents. However, for the second year the Covid pandemic has made this special community day practically impossible.

  • • Children’s Art Competition winners

    The winners! Leo, aged 4 (top left); Anabil, 10 (right) and Leonid (12, bottom)

    The winners of our children’s art competition have been announced!

  • • Bizet’s Pearl Fishers sang for the Landmark!

    Bizet's Pearl Fishers - one of the most popular duets of all time

    It is hard to imagine Teddington’s cultural life without the Landmark Arts Centre, which is among the many reasons we support the centre in any way we can.

  • • Take another walk round Teddington - with a fresh pair of eyes

    Our second walk begins at the Ferry Road traffic lights near the river, and takes us through the Grove Estate, along to Teddington Lock, past the new Riverside development and on to The Lensbury, pointing out interesting and surprising features and facts on the way.

  • • What happens to your food waste when it leaves the recycling bin? Read on…

    Have you ever wondered what happens to your food waste after it’s collected each week? Well, Richmond Council have the answer.

  • • Udney Park Playing Fields declared an Asset of Community Value

    In the latest move in the long-running Udney Park Playing Fields saga, Richmond Council has approved the Teddington Society’s recent nomination of the Park as an Asset of Community Value (ACV).

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We campaign on issues affecting Teddington and we support initiatives of benefit. Do join us and make your opinion known – the more members we have, the stronger we become!