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  • Back at last! Tolworth Recreation Centre opens its doors to public

    Back at last! Tolworth Recreation Centre opens its doors to public0

    Tolworth Recreation Centre has reopened to the public. All customers will need to pre-book their visit to the Fullers Way North sports venue through the Places Locker app or via www.placesleisure.org The borough’s leisure facilities were originally closed on March 18 due to COVID-19 restrictions, and work has been ongoing to ensure residents can return

  • You can borrow a book again!

    You can borrow a book again!0

    Surbiton library members who like reading a proper book rather than an e-version, will be able to enjoy thumbing through the pages of the latest blockbuster in the comfort of their own home from tomorrow (Tuesday, July 21). The library, which was been closed since March 20 because of the pandemic, will be starting its

  • Coronavirus grant available for independent businesses

    Coronavirus grant available for independent businesses0

    Bars, restaurants, cafés, charities, artists, makers, childcare providers, retailers, small and micro businesses and those in shared workspaces may be eligible for a grant from Kingston Council in a special fund set up because of the coronavirus pandemic. The application window for those in the borough of Kingston running independent businesses is now open for

  • Wildlife mural transforms Tolworth roundabout

    Wildlife mural transforms Tolworth roundabout0

    It’s worth taking a walk around Tolworth roundabout these days. A second stunning wildlife mural has transformed the entrance to one of its underpasses. It features a common kingfisher, dragonfly, badger and a water vole. All of the animals can be found locally and inspiration was taken from Surbiton-based Citizen Zoo’s recent film about the

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