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April Fools Day
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Beating the Tower Boundaries
Blessing of the Throats
Bonfire Night
Changing of the Quill
Doggett's Coat and Badge Race
Footbridge Rent of one Red Rose
Hot Cross Buns for the Widow’s son
Mass for the executed Charles I
Quit Rents Ceremony
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Park Road Surgery
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Park Road Surgery
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Al Borgo
"Busy for a saturday night in January we were greeted nicely and sat at a generous table for two. LOcal 'fine' dining can be rather hit or miss but I ..." More

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Teddington, located between Twickenham and Hampton Wick, has historic importance in the life of the Thames. Teddington Lock - the river's largest lock - is sited in a conservation area, where the tidal and non-tidal sections of the Thames come together. Recent enhancements to the towpaths and footbridge have created a "gateway" for pedestrians to enjoy the riverside. Boating and sub-aqua clubs are part of a varied sporting life in Teddington, which is close to three golf courses and is also, reputedly, the birthplace of modern hockey. Cricket and rugby are widely enjoyed, the NPL Sports Club offers tennis, bowls and other activities, and the Teddington Pools & Fitness Centre is a popular indoor venue. Bushy Park, with deer roaming round its 1,100 acres, provides a wonderful combination of formality and wild countryside. A former agricultural village known for its orchards, Teddington is today largely residential, with a mixture of Victorian and Edwardian streets. It is, however, famous for Teddington Studios, which specialise in light entertainment for TV. Visitors will be charmed by a range of fascinating shops (including The Teddington Cheese) and the Landmark Arts Centre, housed in a striking converted church. The magnificent Hampton Court Palace is nearby.


A & J Financial Services Ltd
Frank Griffin
Roger Sutton & Co


Association for Road Traffic Safety and Management
Marketing Society


Chatfield & Partners
The Ivy Clinic


Park Road Surgery
Thameside Medical Practice

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Builders Arms
Kings Head
Lion Public House
Masons Arms
Queen Dowager
Red Lion
Teddington Arms
Tide End Cottage


Al Borgo


Teddington School


Direct Cars

Sports Clubs

NPL (Men's Hockey)
NPL (Women's Hockey)
NPL Hockey Club (Men's Hockey)
NPL Hockey Club - Teddington (Women's Hockey)
Tamesis Club (Sailing)
Teddington CC (Cricket)
Teddington RFC (Rugby Union)
Teddington Table Tennis Club (Table Tennis)


The Broad Street Books
Teddington Bookshop
Teddington Pharmacy
Sims Opticians
The Cast Iron Fireplace Company
The Smith Gallery
Park Gallery




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Park Hotel (0.11 miles)

Park Hotel

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The Park is idealy located for visitors to South West London, for popular nearby attractions such as Richmond, Twickenham Rugby Stadium, Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens and Kingston upon Thames. ... More

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Middle Cottage (0.48 miles)

Middle Cottage

Jon and Sarah warmly welcome you to Middle Cottage, a boutique B&B situated next to the beautiful Teddington Lock on the River Thames. We are perfectly placed for visits to the wonderful open spaces of ... More | visit website

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Victorian Villa (0.98 miles)

A beautiful large Victorian home dated 1867. Large double bedrooms with high ceilings, the furniture compliments the period of the house. Wonderful antique bathrooms for your use only. Flat screen digital tv in each room. ... More | visit website

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The Alexander Pope Hotel (1.01 miles)

The Alexander Pope Hotel
The Alexander Pope Hotel is a Warm and Welcoming Newly Refubished Hotel ideally situated in Twickenham. It is close to Twickenham Stadium, Twickenham High Street, the overground/underground Train networks and London. The Hotel has just ... More | visit website

Chase Lodge Hotel (1.12 miles)

Chase Lodge Hotel
Small first class independent hotel set in quiet conservation area, yet close to River Thames. Wonderful shopping, many historic places including Hampton Court Palace. 23 minutes by train to the centre of London and 20 minutes from Heathrow.

All ... More
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White Hart Hotel (1.25 miles)

White Hart Hotel

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The White Hart Kingston boasts 37 bedrooms that have all been stylishly furnished to the highest standard and include four outstanding luxury suites. Close to the River Thames, the hotel ... More

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Craven House Apartments (1.26 miles)

Craven House Apartments
Craven House apartments offer the very best in quality, elegance and friendly service.

All our accommodation includes ultra-modern features, beautiful furniture and plenty of space to relax, entertain friends or host meetings. We will provide ... More | visit website

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Comforts of Home Apartments (1.26 miles)

Comforts of Home Apartments

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Tired of staying in hotels? The hotel alternative for smart business people.Try our serviced apartments - studio, one and two bedroom apartments. We combine the convenience of a hotel with ... More

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Liongate Hotel (1.28 miles)

Liongate Hotel

A traditional building on the outside with a clean, modern feel inside. A new management team are ready to welcome you to your home in Hampton Court. The Liongate is a traditional English town house dating ... More | visit website


Knights Place Apartments (1.40 miles)

Knights Place Apartments
This property is a recently completed and extremely popular mews-style development set in its own secluded courtyard. ... More

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