Radnor House School use of Radnor Gardens

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Dear Richmond upon Thames Borough Council,

Is there any financial (or in kind) contribution to LBRuT by Radnor House School for the use of Radnor Gardens, a public park, for pupil activities, eg, sports/physical education? If yes, how much and please give annual figures.

Yours faithfully,

Teresa Read

Richmond upon Thames Borough Council

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