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    Tim Harrison

    Tim has been a journalist for more than 40 years covering local and national news. Having lived and worked all his life in the Surbiton/Kingston/Long Ditton area, he set up The Good Life with like-minded souls who care about local newspapers and feel they are a vital part of the community. He hopes to entertain and inform, with a smile whenever possible. Tim focuses on news, sport, history and food. He especially likes food!

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  • Brain hits the jackpot!

    Brain hits the jackpot!0

    Congratulations to the group which organises wacky events such as Surbiton Ski Sunday, and regeneration initiatives including Tolworth’s food and arts and crafts market. It has hit the jackpot in the latest batch of Arts Council grants. The Community Brain has been given £28,843 to help it weather the coronavirus crisis. Although the pandemic has

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  • Eagles + Blues = cracking fun

    Eagles + Blues = cracking fun0

    In one of the most absorbing, free-flowing and unpredictable matches of this fractured season, Crystal Palace pushed Chelsea all the way… but just couldn’t pip the Blues at the post in an all-action Tuesday evening thriller at Selhurst Park. Playing in pale blue pyjamas which looked like old Coventry City shirts that had done too

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  • Na-Na-Na-Na, Bye Ramona!

    Na-Na-Na-Na, Bye Ramona!0

    The Chelsea Women’s player with the best fans’ song has transferred to Paris Saint-Germain. The Blues’ Swiss miss, Ramona Bachmann, has signed a two-year deal with PSG, and is already in training with her new club. The 29-year-old joined Chelsea from VfL Wolfsburg in January 2017, making 88 appearances and scoring 19 goals. Her ‘theme’

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  • Hunger v smugness

    Hunger v smugness0

    West Ham, desperate for points and starved of success, overpowered rivals Chelsea who – to their shame – turned up at the London Stadium for this midweek league derby smugly expecting a simple win. On paper, the Blues should have beaten the Irons. Especially as the vast echoing bowl of a stadium lacked a baying

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