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  • Evie, 15, is finalist in national songwriting contest

    Evie, 15, is finalist in national songwriting contest0

    Tolworth Girls’ School pupil Evie Burnett has reached the finals of a national songwriting contest. Evie, 15, who writes under the name of Lilith Bee [Lilith is her middle name, and Bee as her nickname is Evie B] is down to the top ten out of 700 entrants. The top three in the Song Academy’s

  • Online fair for lockdown crafters

    Online fair for lockdown crafters0

    Local crafters are coming together this weekend (in a virtual way!) to sell their wares and raise money for two local charities which have been making a difference during the pandemic. The KT Online Craft Fair which runs over four days from today (Friday) until Monday will showcase the work of craft-makers from all over

  • Have you a story to tell?

    Have you a story to tell?0

    What are your thoughts on lockdown? How has it been for you – frustrating, therapeutic, emotional, draining, isolating, lonely, inspiring, energising, revelatory…? Are you now seeing things in a new light? Has anything happened to you be it funny or sad that you want to get off your chest? Surbiton TV documentary maker Dan Howell,

  • Talented musicians to perform online lockdown gig

    Talented musicians to perform online lockdown gig0

    Talented, young, local singer-songwriter-musicians will perform a special online Out of the Corner Lockdown gig tonight (Thursday). The open mic event, usually staged monthly at the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, has moved online since lockdown. “Following the success of our last online outing we have some innovative performances this month from some

  • Becky’s stickmen on lockdown

    Becky’s stickmen on lockdown0

    Her Good Life columns observing Surbiton’s day-to-day comings and goings have won many admirers, but there’s more to Becky Mayhew’s creativity than words. As well as writing regular blogs (beckysaysthings.com), she also illustrates them with stickman drawings, and she has a stickman greeting card range. No target is safe from her commentary on life, the

  • Students launch lockdown art project for children

    Students launch lockdown art project for children0

    Children across the borough are invited to enter their drawings for Colouring in Kingston, a project devised by Kingston University art students Izzi Toovey and Josephine Miller. Izzi and Josephine, as part of a collaboration with the Community Brain’s SHEDx Growing Ideas in Tolworth initiative, will be digitally transforming the drawings to be displayed on

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