Working on Behalf of Our Members in Richmond and nearby villages
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Several weeks into lockdown, the CelebrateRichmond950 team have met on Zoom to talk about how plans for the celebration of Richmond and its castle next year can continue.
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The original Richmond Richmond Business and Tourism Association is a group of business people from all sorts of businesses in Richmond and the surrounding areas.
We all care deeply about Richmond and are working to keep and improve this lovely market town as a thriving community for those who live, work, play and visit. We promote all aspects of business and tourism for the benefit of our members, their businesses and the wider community.
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…to be progressive, provide encouragement for each other, share knowledge, adopt best practice and welcome new members to join us.
We are working hard to show the world what Richmond has to offer and we willingly give advice to anyone thinking of setting up business in the area. The Association provides a voice for business in the area, is consulted by a range of agencies and strategic bodies and has a say on developments in the area. The Association also supports and initiates activities which promote the town and contribute towards its economic success.
We are pleased that you have visited our website, which is an example of how we work on behalf of our members and the area. You do not need to be in business to find out about working, living or visiting Richmond, so do please read on.
Working together for Richmond's community in 2021
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Richmond is a pretty special place to live. A cohesive and vibrant community spirit forms the background of Richmond life!
A visitor to Richmond might not realise what a diverse collection of high quality businesses the town has from boutique shops to a diverse range of manufacturing businesses.
Richmond, especially on a summer's evening, certainly has a slightly "continental" feel: Prince Charles compared the town centre to Siena!