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  • Register for scarecrow festival

    Register for scarecrow festival0

    Tomorrow (Thursday) is the last day to register to enter a scarecrow as part of this weekend’s festival on Tolworth’s Sunray Estate. SECra’s (Sunray & Egmont Community Residents’ Association) Scarecrow Festival will take place on Saturday (25th) and Sunday (26th). Email your details to [email protected] or fill in the form at www.secra.org.uk Then let your

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  • Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens

    Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens0

    Neighbours of Claremont Gardens have launched a Friends group to improve the green space which they say has gone downhill. The duck pond, plant cover and state of the rockery are of particular concern according to Green councillor Sharron Sumner who lives next to the Surbiton park which is sandwiched between The Crescent and Claremont

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  • Mayor bashes balsam and opens boardwalk at Six Acre Meadow

    Mayor bashes balsam and opens boardwalk at Six Acre Meadow0

    Cllr Sushila Abraham gets stuck in with a spot of Himalayan Balsam bashing. The mayor of Kingston set to work tackling the invasive plant which has a stranglehold on Tolworth’s Six Acre Meadow which borders the Hogsmill River. She was joined by Kingston’s biodiversity officer Elliot Newton, also pictured, as well as Alexandra ward’s Cllr

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  • Grass in nature reserve is cut using scythes to manage meadow

    Grass in nature reserve is cut using scythes to manage meadow0

    Scythers set to at Tolworth Court Farm Moated Manor, a nature reserve off Old Kingston Road. Twelve volunteers were given lessons in scything techniques and then worked their way across the 2.4 acre site, skirting around the yellow meadow ant hills which would have been destroyed if heavy machinery was used to mow the grass,

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  • Record-breaking sales as British Heart Foundation opens its doors

    Record-breaking sales as British Heart Foundation opens its doors0

    Charity shops in Surbiton were doing good business on Monday as shoppers hit the stores. The British Heart Foundation in Victoria Road proved particularly popular with an orderly socially distanced queue forming outside for most of the day. Despite some of the charity’s shops in Scotland and all in Northern Ireland remaining closed, BHF, which funds

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  • Long Ditton is yarn bombed for schools’ Easter fundraiser

    Long Ditton is yarn bombed for schools’ Easter fundraiser0

    Happy Easter! The lychgate at St Mary’s Church, Long Ditton, and other sites around the area have been yarn bombed to raise money for two local schools. The Friends of Long Ditton Infant and Nursery and St Mary’s Junior Schools have organised the yarn bombing by various community groups including parishoners and the local guides

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