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

    Bring joy – and presents – to care homes this Christmas0

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    • 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

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  • Awards for local heroes

    Awards for local heroes0

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    • 17th November 2020

    Community heroes Tariq Shabbeer and Des Kay who run The Circulatory upcycling centre in Chiltern Drive, Berrylands, are Frances Moseley award-winners. The pair, through their Save the World Deliveries group,have been working tirelessly on a voluntary basis throughout the pandemic collecting supermarket food that is still edible but due to be thrown away, and delivering it

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  • Return of the water vole!

    Return of the water vole!0

    Berrylands-based Citizen Zoo has raised £18,250 to bring water voles back to the Hogsmill River. The rewilding group’s fundraiser smashed its original £12,000 target. The extra money will now help recruit a dedicated water vole officer to manage the scheme and scale the project beyond the Hogsmill River to the Thames. The next two years will

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  • Tolworth arts and crafts market shrugs off the rain with smiles

    Tolworth arts and crafts market shrugs off the rain with smiles0

    Talk about raining cats and dogs! Yesterday’s First in Tolworth arts, crafts and food market was a somewhat soggy affair but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the stallholders, writes Jane Grove. “To be honest I don’t mind,” said a beaming Melanie Wingfield of Guilford Avenue-based Gorgeous Painted Pebbles. “I’ve been quite busy really, in

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  • One-way system at Tolworth’s arts, crafts and food market

    One-way system at Tolworth’s arts, crafts and food market1

    Tolworth arts, crafts and food market will be in full swing in the slip road off The Broadway opposite Our Lady Immaculate Church tomorrow (Sunday, Oct 4) from 11am to 3pm. “A fun, family event, this is a chance to stock up on beautiful products and tasty treats and support local traders, and support your

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  • Take part in Kingston survey to shape local housing stock

    Take part in Kingston survey to shape local housing stock0

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    • 28th August 2020

    You can help shape Kingston Council’s new housing strategy by completing a survey to let them know what you think. The council is reviewing the range of accommodation available across the borough to understand where there are gaps and where it can meet residents’ needs – from finding a home to living independently in your

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