Further information and links
More information from Richmond Legal Advice ServiceRLAS has prepared a "Useful Information and links" document which contains the following topics:
- How do I know whether I am financially eligible for legal aid?
- Where can I get internet access in the London Borough of Richmond without paying?
- Where can I find sources of free legal information?
- I am a tenant/lessee and I need a specialist firm of solicitors
- I need help with evicting a tenant or my tenant is not paying her/his rent and I cannot afford to pay the normal fees charged by a lawyer
- Are there any books which I mind find useful if I want help with my problem?
Other sources of free advice in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
Richmond Upon Thames CABxWhen, and the times at which, the individual CAB branches are open changes frequently, and the Richmond CAB web site lists for each of them their current status. Please check before going to a branch.
Richmond Advice and Information on DisabilityRichmond AID provides information on welfare rights and benefits, employment, housing, education, access, transport, mobility, equipment, holidays and leisure matters to disabled people (and all those deal with or help the disabled).
Opening Times: Monday to Friday from 11:00-16:00
Telephone advice: 020 8831 6070 (a message asking for advice can be left at anytime, Richmond AID will call back)
E-mail advice: email@example.com
Advice can be obtained by visiting Richmond AID (between 11:00 and 16:00) at 4 Waldegrave Road, Teddington TW11 8HT, next door to Teddington library or visiting their website.
Sources of other information
InfoRichFor a comprehensive, searchable list of community organisations in the London Borough of Richmond consult InfoRich. As they state:
“InfoRich is a searchable database containing details of over 1,800 local organisations. It is an easy to use, one stop shop for all local residents and allows you to search for community and social care information in your local area, within Richmond upon Thames, and in neighbouring boroughs (e.g. Hounslow, Kingston upon Thames).
InfoRich contains a wide range of information on clubs, societies, community and voluntary organisations, social care providers and self help groups plus much, much more. Information includes a description of what the organisation does, contact details (name, address, telephone number, email) and links to their website.”
Totally RichmondFor a list of events and organistions in Richmond
Last updated: 9 January 2013