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Hampton Wick Rocks


A fun, simple idea to keep children entertained and excited about their daily walk has taken off in Hampton Wick.


Children are encouraged to paint a rock or pebble, write Facebook Hampton Wick Rocks on the back and then hide it somewhere for others to find it. When you find a rock, photograph it and then move the rock somewhere else and re-hide it. Add the photo to the Facebook page, and paint another rock!


Click here to go to the Hampton Wick Rocks Facebook page.

[Editor’s note: Don’t forget to wash your hands children!]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) – HOW TO HELP OTHERS

Richmond Council is working with Richmond Council for Voluntary Services (Richmond CVS). They are best placed to co-ordinate volunteers safely and securely to help the most vulnerable whilst ensuring those getting help are protected.

This will allow organisations and groups to work together effectively to mobilise individuals who are able to help and match them to suitable volunteering tasks. These may include shopping for and delivery of food/supplies/prescriptions, walking dogs for those self-isolating, talking to those at risk of loneliness.

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