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  • Tune in to Extraordinary council meeting

    Tune in to Extraordinary council meeting0

    We are living in extraordinary times and Kingston Council is reflecting that by holding an Extraordinary Meeting tonight (Tuesday) to consider the way ahead. Councillors will discuss the introduction of special temporary decision-making arrangements which will remain in place until at least October 13. As the ongoing emergency continues to prevent public gatherings, the meeting

  • Good Life Gin Company markets its own hand sanitiser

    Good Life Gin Company markets its own hand sanitiser0

    Surbiton-based The Good Life Gin Company has branched out and is selling its own hand sanitisers. Made to the World Health Organisation’s recommended formula, it contains 75% alcohol and is infused with rose petals. The bottles are 50ml in size and are also fitted with an atomiser. A bottle costs £3.50 and can be ordered

  • Students launch lockdown art project for children

    Students launch lockdown art project for children0

    Children across the borough are invited to enter their drawings for Colouring in Kingston, a project devised by Kingston University art students Izzi Toovey and Josephine Miller. Izzi and Josephine, as part of a collaboration with the Community Brain’s SHEDx Growing Ideas in Tolworth initiative, will be digitally transforming the drawings to be displayed on

  • Squires garden centre to reopen

    Squires garden centre to reopen0

    Disappointed gardeners who turned up at Squires in Long Ditton yesterday (Wednesday) expecting staff to be welcoming them with open arms (at a safe distance of course) will be pleased to hear the garden centre in Woodstock Lane North will reopen tomorrow (Friday) from 11am. The government gave permission for garden centres in England to

  • Georgina unveils online art show

    Georgina unveils online art show0

    Long Ditton artist Georgina Allen’s dramatic landscapes, typically celebrating Pembrokeshire’s awe-inspiring skies, feature in an online spring exhibition which has just opened. A dozen of her works are in the Piers Feetham Gallery virtual show until June 30, with windswept views of Yorkshire, Wiltshire, Teesdale, the Peak District, Herefordshire, the Cotswolds, Cornwall and the Brecon

  • Tip reopens but you need to book

    Tip reopens but you need to book1

    Villiers Road tip is reopening tomorrow (Wednesday) but you have to book a slot otherwise you will be turned away. Kingston council’s ‘household reuse and recycle centre’ as the panjandrums call it (!) will be open for essential visits and only if you have pre-booked. It will also be operating under revised times. In accordance

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