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  • Children’s ribbon messages for the Queen at Surbiton station

    Children’s ribbon messages for the Queen at Surbiton station0

    Forty children from Lime Tree, Maple and St Andrew’s and St Mark’s schools wrote messages on ribbons and tied them to the fencing at Surbiton railway station this morning (Friday) in memory of the Queen. The tributes from the four to 11-year-olds will be added to over the weekend by other children from the Surbiton

  • 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

  • Volunteers rally at Victoria rec for community clear-up day

    Volunteers rally at Victoria rec for community clear-up day0

    This was the bountiful haul when volunteers cleared the dense undergrowth around the tennis courts in Victoria recreation ground; 50 lost balls (some slightly chewed). The community rallied to spruce up Victoria rec, trim unruly foliage, pick up litter and dramatically improve the Victoria Avenue entrance’s flowerbeds. Twenty five volunteers from the Friends group used

  • Schools donate goggles to NHS

    Schools donate goggles to NHS0

    Hundreds of science goggles have been donated to Kingston Hospital and GP surgeries by local schools to protect NHS staff against the coronavirus. “We are all immensely proud to be part of a collaborative effort to support our fantastic NHS colleagues in their brave fight against coronavirus,” said Niall Smith, headteacher of Surbiton’s Southborough High

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