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The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is a borough in Outer London, England. It is bisected by the River Thames and shares borders with the river at its northern and southern boundaries.
The administrative headquarters of the borough is at Twickenham.
Richmond has about a dozen towns and villages such as Barnes, East Sheen, Fulwell, Mortlake, Petersham, and Castelnau, among others.
Richmond has the 3rd smallest population of the boroughs in outer London. Kew is the most populated ward (11,436) in the borough.
Richmond upon Thames has some districts with the highest property prices in Outer London. These include Richmond, Barnes, Marble Hill, St Margarets, Cambridge Park, and major parts of Twickenham.
Richmond has the lowest rates of poverty, low pay and child obesity among the London boroughs, making it one of the wealthiest boroughs in the UK. Wards like Twickenham, Barnes, and Teddington are some of the richest wards in London.
Richmond has many hospitals. Some of them include Richmond Royal Hospital on Kew Foot Road, Barnes Hospital along South Worple Way, and Huntercombe Hospital in Holybourne Avenue Roehampton.
Richmond upon Thames has the 3rd highest proportion in London of people with very good health (57.3%).
Richmond upon Thames has 45 primary schools and 11 secondary schools. Richmond upon Thames School in Twickenham is one of the free schools in the borough.
Richmond has about a dozen libraries. Some of these can be found at Castelnau, East Sheen, Ham, Heathfield, Teddington and Whitton.
There are 49 Grade I, 85 Grade II*, and more than 500 Grade II listed buildings in Richmond upon Thames. Some of these are Trophy Gates, White Lodge, Royal Mews and Great Barn, Bethlehem Chapel, Avenue Lodge, The Pagoda, Asgill House, and Church of All Hallows in Twickenham.
Twickenham Museum, a Grade II listed building, is a museum that is focused on the history of Teddington, Whitton, Twickenham and the Hamptons. The Museum of Richmond in Whittaker Avenue is another museum in the borough.
The Hampton Court Palace is a royal palace and currently one of the many tourist attractions in the borough. It is Grade I listed.
Other Information about Richmond upon Thames
The Richmond upon Thames London Borough Council comprises 54 councillors and is led by Councillor Gareth Roberts. The council meets at York House in Twickenham.
Nearly 50% of the borough is covered by parkland and open spaces. These include Richmond Park, Bushy Park, Old Deer Park, and Kew Gardens.
National Physical Laboratory at Bushy Park (along Hampton Road), Teddington, is the national laboratory for measurement standards for the UK.
The Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, has the largest botanical collections in the world.
Twickenham Stadium along Whitton Road, Twickenham, is the playing ground for the England national rugby union team. The stadium is the second largest stadium in the UK after Wembley.
The London Heathrow Airport is approximately 10km west of the borough.
There are two theatres in Richmond – Richmond Theatre at Little Green, and the Orange Tree Theatre on Clarence Street, Richmond.
Wards in Richmond
- Abbey Wood
- Coldharbour and New Eltham
- Eltham North
- Eltham South
- Eltham West
- Greenwich West
- Kidbrooke with Hornfair
- Middlepark and Sutcliffe
- Shooters Hill
- Thamesmead Moorings
- Woolwich Common
- Woolwich Riverside
Bordering London Boroughs