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  • Best editing award at Kingston Film Festival for Tolworth’s Zoe

    Best editing award at Kingston Film Festival for Tolworth’s Zoe0

    Congratulations to Tolworth’s Zoe Mendelson, 20, who has scooped the Best Editing accolade in the Kingston Film Festival’s 2021 awards event in the beer garden at the Spring Grove. Zoe’s skills creating her film Radar Man, about the life of her granddad Dennis who died from Covid-19 last year, impressed the judges. To see Radar

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  • Spa ghost is revealed

    Spa ghost is revealed0

    Surbiton cab firm Zedcarz has left its premises at 118 Ewell Road, next to the Surbitonian Grind, and aims to reopen at 140 Tolworth Broadway, across the road from the tower. “It was quite sudden,” admitted one staff member. With the firm’s signs removed from the old office, the distinctive curved glass frontage now reveals

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  • College plan splits opinion

    College plan splits opinion0

    Opinions are divided about plans to turn one of Surbiton’s mansions into flats… then flog them off to pay for a new student residential block. Hillcroft women’s college wants to convert Grade ll listed mansion The Gables in South Bank into a dozen apartments to raise cash for a new block lower down the slope,

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  • Talk on The Good Life newspaper and the launch of Ziggy Stardust

    Talk on The Good Life newspaper and the launch of Ziggy Stardust0

    READ ALL ABOUT IT! Tim Harrison, editor of The Good Life, will be talking about Surbiton’s community newspaper at the cornerHOUSE arts centre this Thursday (23rd) at 7.45pm ahead of its 10th anniversary year. Tim will also be delving into the extraordinary history of Tolworth’s Toby Jug pub, and signing copies of his new book

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  • New book on Tolworth launch of Bowie’s most famous character

    New book on Tolworth launch of Bowie’s most famous character0

    The extraordinary history of Tolworth’s Toby Jug pub is told in a new book by Surbiton’s Good Life newspaper editor Tim Harrison. Hello Tolworth, I’m Ziggy tells the story of the launch of David Bowie’s most famous character on February 10, 1972 at the 1930s roadhouse on the A3. It also charts appearances by other

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  • Ravens Ait gets tough on Dugs

    Ravens Ait gets tough on Dugs0

    In a severe blow to any Dougs, Duggies, Douglases or Dougals hoping to enjoy a barbie meal on Surbiton’s Ravens Ait, just off Queens Prom, the Thames island has introduced a tough new policy. It has decided to crack down on dugs, according to the sign which has appeared in the loos. “Disappointed,” was the

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