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  • Tim walks for bereaved children and cleans beaches en route

    Tim walks for bereaved children and cleans beaches en route0

    Tim Williams is homing in on the final leg of his mission – to walk the coastline of England and raise thousands of pounds for bereaved children as he does it. Tim, who lives in Tolworth, has already completed 2,110 miles in 117 days and hopes to complete a further 150 miles and reach the

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  • Nathaniel swaps newspapers for playing rap songs at COP26

    Nathaniel swaps newspapers for playing rap songs at COP260

    Good Life deliverer and musician Nathaniel Cartier is playing at COP26 – the UN’s Climate Change Conference – tomorrow (Friday 12th). The multi-talented instrumentalist and singer-songwriter has been invited to attend a reception in COP’s host city Glasgow, which will showcase cultural voices and their creative response to climate change. He will be backing Aberdeen

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  • Prof Kayoss and chums fight climate change from a yurt

    Prof Kayoss and chums fight climate change from a yurt0

    Professor Kayoss will be entertaining children in a Mongolian Yurt on Sunday. The Tolworth-based professor (aka Des Kay) will be performing to crowds as part of Kingston Arts Festival’s Green Zone event. Other activities in the tent on the field in Wheatfield Way next to Kingston Museum include yoga with Joanna Blundell, readings from local

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  • E-bike hubs promised at railways stations and shopping centres

    E-bike hubs promised at railways stations and shopping centres0

    A fleet of electric bikes will be arriving in the borough in January. Kingston’s Sustainable Transport team is working with electric bike provider Human Forest to bring around 100 bikes to the borough, building up to around 500 next spring. The bikes are operated via a smartphone app and the anticipated cost to hire one

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  • Climate change piano recital

    Climate change piano recital0

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    • 29th January 2020

    The world is getting warmer, snowlines and ice caps are retreating, sea levels are rising and natural habitats are changing. Terezie Wickenden will be talking about the devastating effects of climate change and raising money for the World Land Trust with a piano recital at St Andrew’s Church in Maple Road on Saturday (Feb 1).

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