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  • Allegros: A welcome return

    Allegros: A welcome return2

    • Food
    • 10th September 2021

    Surbiton’s foodie army has welcomed the return of one of its most popular town-centre eateries, which has remained closed throughout the pandemic. The Allegro cafe has become Allegros, and now boasts a refitted kitchen, new loos, and upgraded menu, smart signage and more storage room. Sandwiched between the carpet shop and rival Caffe Nero at

  • 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

  • Fox is in flower

    Fox is in flower0

    Just as a long sunny weekend looms, the Limping Fox has brightened up its frontage with a display of colourful hanging baskets. The Long Ditton pub has a huge garden at the back, but is now also bright and inviting at the front as well.

  • Sage adds to health store with new zero waste refilling centre

    Sage adds to health store with new zero waste refilling centre0

    Excitement builds ahead of the opening of Sage Parmar’s refill & recycle centre in the old Surbiton Glass shop opposite KFC in Brighton Road on Wednesday (World Refill Day). Customers will be given goody bags containing lots of lovely treats to mark the occasion. The plastic-free zero waste centre and health store is the next

  • Gucci adds style to the Queens Prom pocket park celebrations

    Gucci adds style to the Queens Prom pocket park celebrations0

    Gucci, the seventeen-and-a-half-year-old Pomeranian terrier, was enjoying a day out along the Queens Prom today (Tuesday). He was watching the mayor of Kingston Cllr Margaret Thompson, cut a ribbon to mark the third year of the Queens Promenade Friends’ group and their creation of the colourful pocket park around a formerly disused caretaker’s hut, and

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