Twickenham Riverside Terrace Group

A riverside in trust for the community

Exhibition of plans for Diamond Jubilee Garden

The Council will be launching an exhibition of its latest plans for the pool site at Cafe Sunshine (Twickenham Riverside) on Wednesday, December 21st.

The exhibition will include plans, artist’s impression and other supporting material relating to the Diamond Jubilee Garden project. It will be manned by Council Officers and there will be an opportunity for visitors to register their opinions.

We urge anyone interested to attend and get involved in the feedback process.

The exhibition will be open every Wednesday and Friday, between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm, from December 21st to December 30th, and, finally, on Saturday, December 31st.

After Christmas the exhibition will reopen on Wednesday 4  January, Saturday 7 January and Sunday 8 January.  A display will also be available at the Civic Centre on the same dates. Anyone will be able to leave comments at both Café Sunshine and at the Civic Centre.

Update: Details for the project can now be seen on the Council’s website. An artist’s impression of the proposed Garden can viewed here.

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    Great to see the Council at last moving on the Twickenham riverside after so many years of lost time and opportunity. On their own admission they have based their plans on the original plans submitted, and past, by this group, Founded 25/30 years ago, and guided in its early days. By Architect and Town planner, the Late Ken Hathaway.

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