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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

  • 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

  • Petition tackles food waste 

    Petition tackles food waste 0

    The Save the World Club, based at The Circulatory – the upcycling centre at the Chiltern Works site near Berrylands railway station – is petitioning the government over food waste. The group, led by Des Kay (pictured), is asking for the law to be changed so supermarkets must donate food which is past its sell

  • Organic bargains in fruit and veg

    Organic bargains in fruit and veg0

    Get down to Sage’s Health Store today (Wednesday) for bargains on organic fruit and veg. Every Tuesday and Wednesday, Sage Parmar will discount her organic, seasonal, package-free, fruit and veg from her local supplier ahead of tomorrow (Thursday’s) new arrivals. Sage, who expanded her health store in Brighton Road to add a refill and recycle

  • Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens

    Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens0

    Neighbours of Claremont Gardens have launched a Friends group to improve the green space which they say has gone downhill. The duck pond, plant cover and state of the rockery are of particular concern according to Green councillor Sharron Sumner who lives next to the Surbiton park which is sandwiched between The Crescent and Claremont

  • How Berrylands is leading the way on tackling climate change

    How Berrylands is leading the way on tackling climate change0

    Berrylands is at the forefront of combating the climate crisis. Find out why in a talk by high voltage engineer Bob Dean at the cornerHOUSE tomorrow (Wednesday). The Tolworth resident will discuss the issues around the climate crisis and describe his experiences on large scale wind power and hydroelectricity projects in the UK and Africa

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