Richmond is a leafy suburb in Surrey, set approximately 8.2 miles from the centre of London. It's a treasure trove of stunning architecture and steeped in rich history. It was given its name after the Tudor building Richmond Palace was built in the sixteenth century. Development began after the railway was built in 1846, and the town now has excellent links to the capital, making it a much sought after residential location.
You found yourself clicking on the remote and flicking through cable channels when you got absorbed in this show with a grey cat, on his hind legs, chasing a brown mouse. You laughed out loud at every hit on the cats big head and every kick on the mouses little butt. As you sniggered and chuckled at their weird animal antics, you remembered your childhood, how you spent it, how fun it was, and how it went by.