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    Jane Grove

    Jane, assistant editor of The Good Life, has been a journalist for more than 35 years covering local and national news. Having lived and worked all her life in the Surbiton/Kingston/Long Ditton area, she set up The Good Life with like-minded souls who care about local newspapers and feel they are a vital part of the community.

    Jane is a woman on a mission - to raise the profile of local arts and champion environmental issues. Jane also covers Chelsea Women football games, and posts regular updates on events and the amusing side of living in Surbiton on The Good Life's Instagram site @thegoodlifesurbiton

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  • Fines waived and library books extended during health crisis

    Fines waived and library books extended during health crisis0

    Surbiton and Tolworth libraries are closed for the foreseeable future because of the coronavirus crisis, but there is no need to worry if you currently have a book on loan or your membership card is due to expire. All borrowed items have been automatically renewed until April 30. Fines will also be automatically waived until the

  • Contribute to community survey

    Contribute to community survey0

    What do you think about your community? Tolworth-based community interest company The Community Brain is keen to learn what people feel about the community in which they live. It has launched a survey to get your ideas and opinions. “Each year we ask people’s views on what it’s been like to live, work or study

  • We’re just a phone call away

    We’re just a phone call away0

    Help for those who don’t have support from neighbours, friends or family during the coronavirus crisis is just a phone call away. Kingston council has launched a phone and online support service for its vulnerable residents and those who are self-isolating. Councillor Caroline Kerr, Leader of Kingston Council, said: “We are primarily focusing on people

  • NHS staff get COVID-19 tests at Chessington World of Adventures

    NHS staff get COVID-19 tests at Chessington World of Adventures0

    Frontline NHS workers are being tested for coronavirus at a new drive-through test centre at Chessington World of Adventures. Six lanes with cabins have been set up in one of the main car parks at the theme park in Leatherhead Road, which has been closed since Saturday, March 21 because of the coronavirus restrictions. A

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