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  • Traffic barrier produces new rat runs around King Charles Road

    Traffic barrier produces new rat runs around King Charles Road1

    • News
    • 15th September 2020

    Leafy Alexandra Drive and sleepy Beaconsfield Road have become rat runs overnight after a traffic barrier was put in across King Charles Road using council emergency powers. No residents were consulted about the blockade (consisting of giant planters and posts) before it was put in place on Monday as part of a council ‘low traffic neighbourhood’ initiative,

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  • Café holds lockdown drawing competition for children

    Café holds lockdown drawing competition for children0

    Aoife Hyams, aged two, holds an illustration of Coffee on the Corner drawn by local artist Emma Bryan. Now her father Kyle, who owns the café at the junction of Beaconsfield Road and King Charles Road, is challenging children to draw or paint their own image of the Surbiton shop. “We’d love to see some

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  • You can invest in coffee shop’s future

    You can invest in coffee shop’s future0

    Coffee on the Corner, the dog, cyclist, and family-friendly coffee house, has temporarily shut up shop because of the coronavirus crisis. But you can invest in its future by buying coffee vouchers valid for 12 months after the shop reopens. Coffee OTC, opened in July last year at the corner of Beaconsfield Road and King

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  • Cafes do their bit to boost morale

    Cafes do their bit to boost morale0

    Two Surbiton coffee shops are doing their bit to keep community spirits up. Coffee on the Corner in Beaconsfield Road is giving away pasta to its over 65-year-old neighbours while The Press Room in Claremont Road is giving NHS staff a free cup of coffee as a morale boost. “We want to be able to

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