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  • All change at Kingsmeadow

    All change at Kingsmeadow0

    Chelsea Women stars Magda Eriksson and Pernille Harder, pictured, have signed contracts with Bayern Munich, the newly crowned Bundesliga champions. Meanwhile, back at their former home ground Kingsmeadow in Kingston, Emma Hayes’ Blues have signed highly sought-after American forward Catarina Macario for three years, given striker Lauren James a new deal until 2027 and extended

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  • Chelsea’s Millie to captain Lionesses in Women’s World Cup

    Chelsea’s Millie to captain Lionesses in Women’s World Cup0

    Chelsea’s Lauren James, Niamh Charles, Jess Carter and Millie Bright, pictured above, have been selected to be part of England manager Sarina Wiegman’s 23-strong squad for the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this summer. Bright, who will captain the side, and Carter, played their part in the success of the Lionesses who

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  • Oceans to benefit from eco fair

    Oceans to benefit from eco fair0

    Fifteen-year-old Tessa Stanier and her chums are organising an eco-fair at St Mark’s Church in Surbiton this coming Saturday (June 3). Tessa, and friends aged 11 to 15 from the church choir, are organising the event to raise awareness about environmental issues. They are also hoping to donate money to the Blue Marine Foundation which supports the oceans

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  • Four in a row for jubilant Blues

    Four in a row for jubilant Blues0

    Cheers! Blues manager Emma Hayes toasted Chelsea Women’s remarkable four-in-a-row title-winning achievement on the pitch at Reading’s Madejski stadium, and admitted to being overwhelmed by the conflicting emotions of relief, joy and sadness. The club now embark on a busy summer of squad rebuilding ahead of an all-out assault on the Champions League… the one

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  • Energies focused on winning title

    Energies focused on winning title0

    STOP PRESS: Emma Hayes doesn’t like ice cream – so she won’t be looking forward to one during her summer break. However her son Harry, aged five, absolutely loves them – chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, with all the works too – sprinkles, strawberry sauce, wafer and a flake. “I’d prefer to have a cup of tea

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  • Unsettling Heights

    Unsettling Heights0

    The audience settles, and is immediately unsettled. The stark, dark Gothic saga of Wuthering Heights unfolds on the stage of the Rose in Kingston in a disturbing adaptation by the Inspector Sands troupe. Ben Lewis twists Emily Bronte’s 1847 novel into a two-and-three-quarter-hour show directed by Lucinka Eisler, with this all-too brief local run ending

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