Before Emma Raducanu and Virginia Wade, the most successful British star in women’s tennis was…. Betty Nuthall. Betty, who grew up in Richmond, was – according to The New Yorker in 1930 – “England’s most photographed female”. You can read an article by Rose Barling about Betty, who won the women’s singles title at the US National Championships in that year, in the new issue of our annual journal, Richmond History.
Edited by RLHS Chair Robert Smith, and designed by RLHS member Mary Pollard, Richmond History 42, published in October 2021, has 94 pages, of which more than 30 are in colour. It is available from our online bookshop and in local independent bookshops.
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Orders up to £30 are charged a flat fee of £4.95
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Usual UK delivery timescale (excluding custom prints) is between 5 and 7 working days from the date of dispatch. Please allow up to 14 working days for delivery. For custom print delivery pricing and timescales see below.
Royal Mail industrial action taking place in 2023 may have an impact on delivery times to all destinations both within the UK and internationally. These delays are out of our control.
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Your prints and frames will be handmade by King & McGaw at their Sussex workshop.
Unframed orders are shipped within 5 working days (normally shipped next day).
Framed orders are shipped within 20 working days.
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If you are not completely satisfied with your item you may return it within 28 days for a refund.
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Unfortunately we cannot offer a refund on custom prints unless they are faulty or we have made a mistake. Custom prints are exempt as they are made to order.