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  • New book on Tolworth launch of Bowie’s most famous character

    New book on Tolworth launch of Bowie’s most famous character0

    The extraordinary history of Tolworth’s Toby Jug pub is told in a new book by Surbiton’s Good Life newspaper editor Tim Harrison. Hello Tolworth, I’m Ziggy tells the story of the launch of David Bowie’s most famous character on February 10, 1972 at the 1930s roadhouse on the A3. It also charts appearances by other

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  • Email Lord to protect filter beds

    Email Lord to protect filter beds0

    Want to protect the biodiversity of Seething Wells filter beds? Then email Environment minister Lord Zac Goldsmith and ask him to back amendment 94 to the Environment Bill which is being debated later today (Monday) in the House of Lords, says St Mark’s ward councillor Liz Green. Liz says the biodiversity at the filter beds

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  • Beeping drives staff ding-dong

    Beeping drives staff ding-dong0

    Staff at Waitrose’s Surbiton branch are being driven ding-dong by the incessant beeping sound made by hand-held Deliveroo order terminals. Now customers have joined the chorus of complaints about the Sunmi point-of-sale devices that emit the repetitive ear-piercing four-note ringtone every few seconds. As staff go round the aisles, filling baskets for home deliveries, the

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  • Blues bounce back in style

    Blues bounce back in style0

    Chelsea Women bounced back from their defeat at Arsenal to gain the first three points of the season against Everton in a comprehensive win beamed to tens of thousands on telly. The 4-0 victory at Kingsmeadow on Sunday lunchtime saw Jess Carter shift to become the central defender in a three-strong back line, and professionally

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  • Need the loo? Stick to TV!

    Need the loo? Stick to TV!0

    Feel you might need a swift visit to the loo? Contemplating turning up to Kingsmeadow today to watch Chelsea Women play Everton? You might be better staying at home and watching the match live on BBC2 as the bogs at the stadium in Norbiton are – say fans – woefully inadequate. At the pre-season friendly

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  • Short, snappy, but determined

    Short, snappy, but determined0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes was prickly and short with questions ahead of the team’s first home match of the new season, against Everton on Sunday lunchtime. She batted off journalists’ queries without her customary warmth and bonhomie, perhaps feeling the pressure after last weekend’s defeat at the hands of Arsenal. Although she is keen

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