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  • Souper Soup opens to feed hungry children in half-term

    Souper Soup opens to feed hungry children in half-term0

    A soup kitchen has opened up in Surbiton to serve hungry children and their families during this half-term week. As well as two choices of soup, bread and a piece of cake to take away, there are also toiletries for those who need them. The Souper Soup is running at the Museum of Futures in

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  • Community kitchen serves up soup and cake to hungry families

    Community kitchen serves up soup and cake to hungry families0

    A soup kitchen has opened up in Surbiton to serve hungry children and their families during this half-term week. As well as two choices of soup, bread and a piece of cake to take away, there are also toiletries for those who need them. The Souper Soup is running at the Museum of Futures in

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  • Council backs hunger plea

    Council backs hunger plea0

    Vulnerable children in Surbiton and Kingston are to receive food vouchers to cover the half-term holiday AND Christmas. Kingston Council has answered campaigning footballer Marcus Rashford’s call to arms, and will support hard-pressed families after the government refused to extend the holiday scheme it brought in during the summer. The council will fund food vouchers

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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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  • Close Maple Road to traffic and boost market, says councillor

    Close Maple Road to traffic and boost market, says councillor0

    A Surbiton councillor wants Maple Road added to the list of experimental ‘low-traffic neighbourhoods’ to create safer pedestrian space, boost pubs and restaurants, and allow the farmers’ market (still in abeyance since lockdown) to thrive. Green councillor Sharron Sumner wants a vehicle barrier installed by Maple Infants’ and St Andrew’s & St Mark’s junior schools.

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