Month: October 2017

BE ALERT

Residents are being urged to be on alert after scammers stole £100,000 in Richmond over the last 6 months. Typically scammers telephone a household, usually pretending to be a police…

Free swimming pass

People living in the borough of Richmond can apply for a free swim pass if they have a health condition that can be improved by swimming (e.g. diabetes, stress, depression…

PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide

PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide draws from the experience of many who have been touched personally by young suicide across the UK, and speak on their behalf in our campaigns…

You can help shape community health services

At Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust, we want to improve how we engage and involve local people within the communities we serve. We are currently looking for people…

Transforming Mental Health

Across Richmond, with help from the community, mental health care is being transformed and improved. Healthwatch Richmond are hosting a public event to discuss the improvements, the challenges people still…

Tea and Memories

For those living with dementia and their carers and any older person who would enjoy a singalong and trip down memory lane. Conversation starters to stimulate the memory and encourage…

Upcoming events at Home Instead

Home Instead Senior Care Richmond are proud to host these community based activities for older people, people living with dementia and those who care for them. Memory Cafe – These…

Richmond Furniture Scheme

Richmond Furniture Scheme is a local charity that accepts donated used furniture and sells it back to the public at very reasonable prices. Local people can refurnish their homes for…

Wrap up warm this winter

WRAP up warm this winter is the Council’s message to older people and those with a long-term health condition as part of a campaign which provides free home visits for…
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