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Planning Update

Local businesses and property developers continue to take advantage of the current “permitted development” ability to turn office space into dwellings, this will be in place until May 2016. 392 more words

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Planning Update

The court challenge to the Sainsbury’s decision was held last week and the judge only took one of the two allocated days to decide to uphold the Inspector’s decision. 557 more words

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Teddington School students celebrate best ever GCSE results

Teddington School students celebrated achieving the school’s best ever GCSE results this year.

78% of the students achieved 5 A*-C grades including English and Maths. 57 achieved 8 or more GCSEs at A or A*. 160 more words

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Turing House School deferred until 2015

Lord Nash, the Minister for Schools, has taken the decision to defer the opening of Turing House School until September 2015 – this is due to the permanent site for the school not yet being agreed. 260 more words

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Scrummy Mummies cooking club

A Teddington mum has launched Scrummy Mummies, a unique new cooking club which is aimed at helping new parents to eat well, meet local friends and enjoy a bit of valuable time off from the demands of parenthood. 190 more words

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Lantern Procession to light up streets

On Sunday 15th December 2013, Teddington will see streets lit-up by a special Christmas lantern procession ‘A wish for Christmas’. At 4:30pm the procession will take the route from Teddington Memorial Hospital along Broad Street, Elleray Road, Middle Lane, The Causeway and Church Road. 187 more words

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Sport Update

Joe Morgan, Team GB digital media manager and goalkeeper for Teddington Hockey Club, fed-up with his football-loving friends calling him a “hockey boy” decided to help show how skilful, intense and action-packed hockey is by filming a recent match with a mounted camera – with the added bonus of raising interest in the sport. 382 more words

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