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  • Bring joy – and presents – to care homes this Christmas

    Bring joy – and presents – to care homes this Christmas0

    • News
    • 23rd November 2020

    Poppy, 3, and Sophia, 5, can’t wait to give these Christmas presents to staff and residents of Langley Court Rest Home in Surbiton. The sisters helped to launch a campaign by newly-formed voluntary group RBKares which aims to give all 2,000 staff in the borough’s 44 care homes a gift to thank them for all

  • Decision time for controversial new housing estate plan

    Decision time for controversial new housing estate plan0

    A controversial plan to build a new housing estate in a Surbiton conservation area comes before Kingston council’s Development Control Committee tonight (Wednesday). You can view the debate on the proposal on the council’s YouTube channel here at www.tinyurl.com/y88gm87r The meeting starts at 7.30pm. A recording will also be available to watch later. Anne Ivison

  • Parking restrictions and fines are back!

    Parking restrictions and fines are back!0

    Beware, you could have one of these slapped on your car windscreen tomorrow if you don’t park in the right place or pay the correct fee. From tomorrow (Tuesday) traffic wardens will be patrolling Surbiton’s streets again making sure parking charges are correctly paid and time limits adhered to. Parking charges will be imposed in

  • Bus barrier threat

    Bus barrier threat0

    • News
    • 28th February 2020

    The council is threatening to install another of its hated bus-only barriers in a Surbiton street, although it could create scores of rat-runs down narrow residential roads. “I’m completely shocked, that’s my view on it, whatever next!” said a stunned resident of Thornhill Road as The Good Life informed her that Kingston Council was thinking

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