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St Margarets

A locals' guide to St Margarets

"Twickenham has a lot to offer, including many pubs by the Thames with gardens that open out right onto the river bank."

Greg Boxer

"Marble Hill Park is a great place for walking my dog or having a picnic overlooking the river."

Oliver Pym

"This is my favourite view of Richmond Bridge and riverside!"

Tim Perks

What is your favourite place?

Where do St Margarets locals go?

A Cena

A delicious local Italian restaurant near Richmond Bridge.

Real Ale

A multi award-winning independent beer shop, actively supporting British micro-breweries. A liquid delicatessen!

Marble Hill House

This beautiful 18th century Georgian house is set in stunning parkland close to the Thames. You can go on a guided tour of the house for a fee or just enjoy the park for free.

The Aleksander

Under new management, this pub is a great stop off when walking between Twickenham and Richmond!

Le Salon Privè

A charming French restaurant serving a lovely steak!

Armstrong's Family Butchers

Armstrong's are first class in every way. Excellent flavour to all the meats, there's a good selection of cheeses and cooked hams, and the lamb shanks are enormous!

The Turk's Head

Great pub, great food and a great atmosphere! They always play rugby on the TVs too.

Harris + Hoole

There are some delicious coffees and cakes on offer in this popular, relaxing café.

Ches's Trattoria

During the day this place functions as a greasy spoon café usually full of builders, but in the evening it turns into an amazing, authentic, family run Italian restaurant. The food is to die for and because they don't have an alcohol licence, its BYOB!

Pasta Di Piazza

Delightful food and ambience and only a 7 minute walk from Twickenham Station!

Sunshine & Ravioli

A lovely café and lunch venue that is extremely popular with the local crowds. Owner Maurizio is a local character who knows everyone and makes a mean coffee.

The Crown

Gorgeous gastro pub near Marble Hill Park - great for Sunday roasts but book ahead!

North Stables Café

A quirky place for a coffee and cake, while walking along Twickenham's Riverside.

St Margarets Fair

Held once a year, it's a great day out for all the family - live bands, face painting and traditional games.

St Margarets

Close to St Margarets Station, this place is a cosy 'old man' style pub with a welcoming atmosphere.

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Why do you find St Margarets a great place to live?


"I love The Crown pub next to Marble Hill Park for a Sunday Roast."

April 2015


"It may be small but St Margarets rocks. Great cafes and independent shops - and within walking distance of Richmond."

February 2015


"St Margarets has a pretty village feel within walking distance of Richmond and the River Thames. There is a strong community with street parties and fairs and lots of great cafes and restaurants. Marble Hill Park is a beautiful park right on the banks of the river Thames and next to the foot ferry which can take you over to Ham House and Petersham."

May 2011


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"In 1596, Sir John Harington unveiled his amazing flushing loo! As a gift to Queen Elizabeth, he had one installed in Richmond Palace, but Her Majesty declined to use it owing to the sound it made!"

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  1. About St Margarets

    St. Margarets is a suburb in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, about 9 miles west-southwest of central London. It is bounded by the River Thames to the east and the River Crane to the west and north; the northern limit, less well defined, has changed with local government boundary changes. St Margarets does not pass any further south than Richmond Road, Twickenham. There are some tree-lined residential roads and a range of shops and caf?s. Twickenham Studios are in the middle of the area. Between St Margarets Road and the railway line (to the east of the 'village') is a residential estate, 'Twickenham Park'. The area closer to Richmond Bridge is known by its inhabitants as East Twickenham and is not generally regarded as part of St Margarets. St Margarets Fair is held each July the public space, Moormead Park by the River Crane.

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