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The Good Life is free, publishing six times a year to 11,000 homes in Surbiton, Tolworth, Berrylands and Long Ditton. We now reach 27,500 readers with our well-written editorial, and our eye-catching adverts.

Since our launch in early 2012, we’ve built an excellent relationship with our readers, who tell us they like the fact that we are truly local, we support the area, and that we produce a readable, informative paper which enjoys the humour and unpredictability of life. Many pass the paper on to friends.

We have extensive journalistic experience, a wealth of local knowledge, and all our contributors and distributors live locally. The paper is printed in the Royal Borough.

We support Surbiton’s community events and its independent businesses, especially the Maple Road farmers’ market – the area’s most popular and successful regular community event.

We are the only publication which offers comprehensive coverage of the arts in Surbiton.

We love hearing from anyone staging events, running a club, sharing news and pictures, or recalling Surbiton’s past.

We’re keen for Surbiton companies and sole traders to use our highly competitive advertising rates to boost their business.

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  • Hayes: I miss being me!
    Hayes: I miss being me!

    I miss being myself, said Chelsea manager Emma Hayes at an emotion-charged press conference on Friday at the training ground as she got her squad ready for her final club game. Next week she jets out to the States to become the USA Women’s national coach, after first trying to steer her team to victory

  • Glass half full
    Glass half full

    An absorbing revival of Tennessee Williams’ intense family drama The Glass Menagerie offers some strong performances as director Atri Banerjee tries to modernise a dated story. Kingston’s Rose is the venue (until May 4) of this minimalist touring production which builds in tension and focus through a powerful second half to a curiously flat ending.

  • 100th-minute winner for Blues
    100th-minute winner for Blues

    I woke on Friday morning in a fuzzy cloud, wondering if I’d dreamt that Cole Palmer had netted a winner for Chelsea against Manchester United the night before in the 100th minute of a bizarre ding-dong game. In six decades of going to Stamford Bridge I thought I’d experienced it all; highs of European victories, lows

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