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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.

  • Veterans enjoy songs, haggis, neeps and tatties on Burns Night

    Veterans enjoy songs, haggis, neeps and tatties on Burns Night0

    Singer and health care assistant Jodie Halls entertained the residents of Surbiton’s Royal Star & Garter Home with songs to celebrate Burns Night yesterday (Monday). The veterans at the home in Upper Brighton Road, also enjoyed a traditional Burns Supper – including haggis, neeps, tatties and a dram or two of whisky to celebrate the

  • Roads become Advent calendars

    Roads become Advent calendars0

    Westfield Road in Surbiton is being turned into a picturesque Advent calendar. Each day leading up to Christmas Day itself a new window of a home is decorated in the river road (first two pics). “We have got 24 volunteers from the road to dress up their windows in the form of an eye-catching advent

  • Help to find The Forgotten Village

    Help to find The Forgotten Village0

    Look out for these colourful characters, among others, around Surbiton and Tolworth this week. They are in a promenade performance called The Forgotten Village. This family show, which runs in Surbiton on Thursday and Friday (December 17 & 18) at 4.30pm and 6.30pm and in Tolworth on Saturday and Sunday (December 19 & 20) at

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

    Bring joy – and presents – to care homes this Christmas0

    • News
    • 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

  • Awards for local heroes

    Awards for local heroes0

    • News
    • 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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