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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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  • Veterans enjoy a taste of the Caribbean at care home

    Veterans enjoy a taste of the Caribbean at care home0

    The taste of rum, the smell of delicious seafood and the sound of steelpans were among the exotic treats enjoyed by residents at the Royal Star & Garter in Surbiton during a Caribbean party at the veterans’ care home. The charity’s home in Upper Brighton Road was given a makeover for the celebration, with exotic

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  • Back at last! Tolworth Recreation Centre opens its doors to public

    Back at last! Tolworth Recreation Centre opens its doors to public0

    Tolworth Recreation Centre has reopened to the public. All customers will need to pre-book their visit to the Fullers Way North sports venue through the Places Locker app or via www.placesleisure.org The borough’s leisure facilities were originally closed on March 18 due to COVID-19 restrictions, and work has been ongoing to ensure residents can return

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  • Meet the Artist event heralds Flowing Colours exhibition

    Meet the Artist event heralds Flowing Colours exhibition0

    Anna Dyson’s Flowing Colours exhibition launches tonight (Tuesday) at the cornerHOUSE. The Meet the Artist event at the Surbiton arts centre from 7-9pm also includes a screen presentation of Anna’s oil-on-canvas paintings. As well as the chance to buy her artwork there is also the opportunity to snap up leggings, bags, gifts and cards which

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  • Southborough A-level student tells BBC of his shattered dreams

    Southborough A-level student tells BBC of his shattered dreams0

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    • 15th August 2020

    Southborough sixth form student Mithushan Thiagarajah has been interviewed on Newsnight. The A-level student at the high school in Hook Road, Surbiton, is one among thousands across the country who have had their predicted results downgraded under a new assessment system which had been introduced after exams were scrapped because of the coronavirus crisis. Mithushan,

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  • Take part in Covid survey

    Take part in Covid survey0

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    • 14th August 2020

    How has the pandemic affected your life? It’s a big question but it is one which Kingston Council is keen to have answered. The council is asking residents throughout the borough to take part in a short online survey to help them better understand what support they can offer in future. “The survey only takes

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