Twickenham Green achieves Green Flag status once again

Dear Friends,

We are pleased to inform you that Following an extensive external judging regime, the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames has been re-awarded all eighteen of its Green Flags and gained a new ‘Green Flag’ for Murray Park, bringing the total to nineteen in 2019.

The Green Flag award scheme began in 1996 as a way of recognising the importance of parks and green spaces and encouraging the provision and attainment of high environmental standards. The award measures a whole range of aspects associated with the management of parks including facilities, maintenance and community engagement.

The 19 Parks that where recognised by The Green Flag Awards were:

•             Cambridge Gardens

•             Carlisle Park

•             Crane Park (Joint with London borough of Hounslow)

•             Garricks Lawn

•             Ham Village Green

•             Hampton Common

•             Hatherop Park

•             Kew Green

•             Kneller Gardens

•             Murray Park

•             North Sheen Rec

•             Palewell Common & Fields

•             Radnor Gardens

•             Richmond Green

•             Terrace Gardens and Buccleuch Gardens

•             The King's Field

•             Twickenham Green

•             Westerly Ware

•             York House Gardens

Serving Richmond and Wandsworth Council

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Wednesday 19th June.  Executive members of  The Friends of Twickenham Green, along with representatives from Parks, Twickenham Cricket Club and local Councillors, meet to inspect The Green, and especially the current condition of the grass.  Parks are working hard to maintain our precious open space and looking at all possible options to protect our local environment









Friends of Twickenham Green members, on their Spring clean-up and recruitment drive on The Green.  A very successful mornings work

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Sunset over Twickenham Green


22/10/18.  Vice Chair Steve Guichard in consultation with Yvonne Kelleher and Matt Almond from Parks, regarding usage of space on The Green


Friends of Twickenham Green members engaged in their Autumn clean-up of The Green. Litter picking and green maintenance in the September sunshine 



Friends and family of the former FOTG chairman, Steve Topol, at the dedication of his memorial bench on Twickenham Green.Topol2  Topol1  Topol3




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