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  • MP highlights carers’ role

    MP highlights carers’ role0

    Surbiton MP Ed Davey has secured a parliamentary debate to highlight the role played by unpaid carers. He will be raising the issues of support for carers and Carers’ Week 2021 tomorrow afternoon (Thursday). Last year, Carers UK published a report for Carers’ Week which estimated an additional 4.5 million people had taken on caring

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  • Traffic scheme and care home to be discussed at Surbiton meeting

    Traffic scheme and care home to be discussed at Surbiton meeting0

    Two controversial schemes will be up for discussion at this Thursday’s (22nd) Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee. Councillors will decide whether to keep, remove or modify the low traffic neighbourhood barrier in King Charles Road, near the junction with Beaconsfield Road by Coffee On The Corner (above), after they have heard the views of members of the

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  • Mayor bashes balsam and opens boardwalk at Six Acre Meadow

    Mayor bashes balsam and opens boardwalk at Six Acre Meadow0

    Cllr Sushila Abraham gets stuck in with a spot of Himalayan Balsam bashing. The mayor of Kingston set to work tackling the invasive plant which has a stranglehold on Tolworth’s Six Acre Meadow which borders the Hogsmill River. She was joined by Kingston’s biodiversity officer Elliot Newton, also pictured, as well as Alexandra ward’s Cllr

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  • History is made with blanket 20mph limit across Surbiton

    History is made with blanket 20mph limit across Surbiton0

    Surbiton has made history by introducing the first blanket 20mph speed limit after neighbouring Kingston fudged a decision. In a remarkable move, the area voted to go it alone and cut the speed limit on environmental and safety grounds… including on major thoroughfares such as Ewell Road, Hook Road, Brighton Road and even Portsmouth Road.

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  • Bid to build art deco style flats opposite nature reserve

    Bid to build art deco style flats opposite nature reserve0

    Developers want to demolish a two-storey, detached family home and build a three storey block of flats inspired by Surbiton railway station. The art deco style development – two one-bed studio flats in a basement, and two one-bed and three three-bed apartments across a further three floors – would be built in Oak Hill Grove

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  • International Youth Arts festival plants seeds for creative growth

    International Youth Arts festival plants seeds for creative growth0

    Part Man. Part Tree. Meet Arbor. Follow the 18ft puppet as he strides around, vanishing behind branches in Canbury Gardens and emerging with a cartful of seeds. Arbor tells the story of a tree pushed from his home and his fight to preserve his future. Encouraging the audience to plant and nurture their own, each

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