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  • Tolworth arts and crafts market shrugs off the rain with smiles

    Tolworth arts and crafts market shrugs off the rain with smiles0

    Talk about raining cats and dogs! Yesterday’s First in Tolworth arts, crafts and food market was a somewhat soggy affair but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the stallholders, writes Jane Grove. “To be honest I don’t mind,” said a beaming Melanie Wingfield of Guilford Avenue-based Gorgeous Painted Pebbles. “I’ve been quite busy really, in

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  • One-way system at Tolworth’s arts, crafts and food market

    One-way system at Tolworth’s arts, crafts and food market1

    Tolworth arts, crafts and food market will be in full swing in the slip road off The Broadway opposite Our Lady Immaculate Church tomorrow (Sunday, Oct 4) from 11am to 3pm. “A fun, family event, this is a chance to stock up on beautiful products and tasty treats and support local traders, and support your

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  • Free seeds for a painted pebble

    Free seeds for a painted pebble0

    Paint a pebble to look like a vegetable and get free seeds at Squires. The garden centre in Woodstock Lane North, Long Ditton, is asking children under 16 to pick up a free pebble from its information desk, or use one of their own, then paint it at home to look like their favourite (or not

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  • New play Make-up comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton

    New play Make-up comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton0

    Theatres may be decimated at the moment because of COVID-19 restrictions but the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton is determined that the show must go on. The arts centre in Douglas Road is staging a new play, Make-up, by Andy Moseley of NoLogoProductions on Thursday (October 1). Lady Christina (Moj Taylor) is finding her life performing as

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  • We’ll work to accommodate hall users, pledges council

    We’ll work to accommodate hall users, pledges council0

    An olive branch has been extended to the clubs and societies who lost their home following last month’s abrupt decision to end the hiring of Surbiton’s well-used library hall. In a message of conciliation and compromise, Kingston Council’s leader has apologised for the way the matter was handled, and has pledged to work to find

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  • Societies at risk following eviction from meeting hall

    Societies at risk following eviction from meeting hall0

    The future of many of Surbiton’s best-loved and longest-running societies and groups is in jeopardy after they were evicted overnight from the council-owned hall where they have met for decades. With no notice, 30 clubs were emailed by Kingston Council contractor Engie to say that all hire of the Ewell Road library annexe had ceased

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