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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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  • Playwriting workshops at the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton

    Playwriting workshops at the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton0

    Improve your writing skills with playwright Susannah Finzi. Suzannah is leading a four-part workshop for budding and established playwrights at the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton on four consecutive Mondays from 7-9.30pm starting next week on October 11. “This is not a ‘how to write’ course,” said Susannah who writes for stage and screen. “My view is

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  • Volunteer to help monitor cattle at Tolworth nature reserve

    Volunteer to help monitor cattle at Tolworth nature reserve0

    Can you help keep an eye on Moogan Freeman at Tolworth Court Farm Moated Manor? Moogan, from the Downlands Partnership, will be taking part in a two-week conservation grazing project at the 2.4 acre nature reserve off Kingston Road. The grazing by the Sussex cattle will help improve the biodiversity of the meadow and the

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  • Best editing award at Kingston Film Festival for Tolworth’s Zoe

    Best editing award at Kingston Film Festival for Tolworth’s Zoe0

    Congratulations to Tolworth’s Zoe Mendelson, 20, who has scooped the Best Editing accolade in the Kingston Film Festival’s 2021 awards event in the beer garden at the Spring Grove. Zoe’s skills creating her film Radar Man, about the life of her granddad Dennis who died from Covid-19 last year, impressed the judges. To see Radar

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  • Free scything sessions to improve biodiversity at nature reserve

    Free scything sessions to improve biodiversity at nature reserve0

    Learn scything skills to help improve grassland habitats at a local nature reserve. The traditional hay meadow management technique will be used to prepare Tolworth Court Farm Moated Manor Nature Reserve for the introduction of cattle in October. The trial is part of a conservation grazing programme which will improve the biodiversity of the site

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