TW11 Articles

Virtual Wine Tasting

TW Magazines invites you to their first consumer event, on Friday, February 12th (Valentine’s present?) at 19:30. You’re just a click on the Zoom link away from your Doran Vineyards Virtual Wine Tasting. The tasting is not technical as the only requirement is that you like drinking wine. We guarantee that, by the end of the evening, you’ll …

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Newland House School

Soft-Skills for the Future We have recently launched a new Personal Development Programme to pupils in Years 7 and 8 which focuses on developing the necessary soft skills so sought after by many of the top employers in the country. These skills enable children to become well-rounded, balanced and resilient individuals and our programme, which …

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History Focus

Even More Teddington Celebrities When writing about Doctor Who, I should have carried on from Patrick Troughton to the third doctor – Jon Pertwee. Jon came from a strong show business family; his father Ronald Pertwee was an actor and screenwriter and his brother Michael was also a screen writer. He was a second cousin …

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Book Corner

There’s nothing quite as wonderful as being a novelist. And nothing quite as ridiculous.  This morning I wandered down to my favourite coffee shop in Teddington and googled how long it takes to bring a body back from America and how many hairs the average person has on his or her head. Then I read …

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On the Wild Side

by Sue Lindenberg, Teddington Wildlife Photographer Somehow it is a huge relief to put 2020 behind us and move into what will hopefully be a better Year for us all. I pray it will be so and wish Christiane, TW11 contributors and readers all the very best for 2021. During winter in the wild, the …

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Health Corner

by Dr Yuheng Zhou (All views her own) 2020 was an unprecedented year for our national health service and we had to make huge changes to our services in both the primary care setting (our GPs) and secondary settings (our district general hospitals). Lots of routine check ups and appointments were rescheduled, cancelled, changed to …

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