Welcome to the Royal Borough
For Carnival information including: Residents' booklet, map of Carnival attractions, map of sound systems and more.
Information on: bank holiday parking restrictions, rubbish and recycling collections, library information and more.
When you’re the second smallest borough in the country with a densely packed population you really have to do everything you can to make the very best use of the limited green space you have. Naturally, I tend to think our parks and open spaces are fantastic places and real community assets. They can be beautiful to the eye while at the same time providing a place to exercise, walk your dog, play with the children or just take time to sit and read a book. As well as this they provide a vital habitat for all sorts of insects, reptiles, small mammals and birds.
Successful work experience for children in care22 August 2016
Residents pressed to donate apples19 August 2016
A-level results celebrated in borough schools18 August 2016
Market seeks help to promote English apples 18 August 2016
Children get creative at free crazy comic workshops 17 August 2016