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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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  • Try a vegan burger and other treats at Tolworth station pop-up

    Try a vegan burger and other treats at Tolworth station pop-up0

    Emma Egerton will be holding her next vegan pop-up takeaway/drive-thru at Tolworth railway station on Saturday (April 3). On the menu at the Baking Ideas community kitchen next to the station is homemade burgers (chickpea masala, mushroom and black rice, black bean), fries and slaw, a hot dish of the day (roasted veg stew with

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  • Tell community survey what you think of your local green space

    Tell community survey what you think of your local green space0

    The Community Brain – the events and community regeneration group – is asking people to take part in a survey about Tolworth’s green and open spaces. “We’re running a community survey and would love people’s thoughts about what is important to them about the green and open spaces in Tolworth and their ideas for how

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  • Captain Tom inspires veterans’ book club at care home

    Captain Tom inspires veterans’ book club at care home0

    The book which Royal Star & Garter residents are reading has taken on extra poignancy following the death of Captain Sir Tom Moore on Tuesday. The Surbiton home for disabled veterans and their partners launched a book club recently for its residents living with dementia  – and they chose centenarian and national hero Captain Tom’s

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  • New boardwalk to help restore biodiversity at Six Acre Meadow

    New boardwalk to help restore biodiversity at Six Acre Meadow0

    I doubt there will be much room for The Drifters to get out a blanket and sit under a boardwalk like this one pictured below, but they could always enjoy walking along it instead. Kingston Council has agreed to fund a replacement boardwalk for Six Acre Meadow near the Sunray Estate in Tolworth off Knollmead.

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