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Welcome to VisitRichmond's May's edition of the

What's On Brochure which showcases all the wonderful

arts, music, theatre, culture, history and heritage that

Richmond upon Thames has to offer to encourage us all

to #visitlocal and discover what is on our doorstep. This

is just a snap-shot of what is on offer and please visit

www.visitrichmond.co.uk for a more comprehensive list

of events.

This month, the historic house at Marble Hill will reopen, completely

restored by English Heritage thanks to

National Lottery funding, and with its all-but-lost garden

- inspired by those in ancient Rome - reinstated. Home

to Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk, Marble Hill is

one of the last survivors of the 18th-century villas and

gardens that once bordered the Thames. The National

Archives will be hosting After Dark: Nights out in 1920s

London, Artisan Festival at Hampton Court Palace,

Rockin' the Lockin' at The Landmark Arts Centre and Food

Forever at Kew Gardens. Why not enjoy live music, theatre

and art exhibitions and don't forget to #ShopLocal and

support the weekly farmers markets to buy locally grown

and made products.

Do not forget to get your free RichmondCard at

www.richmond.gov.uk/richmondcard and have access

to a variety of local business offers and discounts. Please

do visit our Richmond Station Information Kiosk which

is open daily 10am-3pm where you can meet one of the

volunteers who take pride in their in-depth knowledge of

Richmond upon Thames, but also have a genuine interest

in the history of the area. Collect your free VisitRichmond

Guide, local maps and find out more about what is

happening in the borough.

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