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  • Launch of new Hideaway restaurant by the river

    Launch of new Hideaway restaurant by the river0

    A chilled Sam Berry welcomed friends and family to the soft launch of his new restaurant Hideaway last night (Thursday). The restaurateur, who owns No 97 and Cento Uno in Maple Road, Surbiton, as well One One Four in Teddington, has taken over a little gem on the banks of the River Thames. Hideaway at

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  • 100 words to sum up Covid-19

    100 words to sum up Covid-190

    Surbitonians were invited to sum up their coronavirus thoughts and experiences in 100 words, with the resulting scrapbook of entries being turned into an online flipbook by the web team at the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Douglas Road, Tolworth. This submission was written by Simon Hancock, summing up the contradiction of between being able to

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  • You can borrow a book again!

    You can borrow a book again!0

    Surbiton library members who like reading a proper book rather than an e-version, will be able to enjoy thumbing through the pages of the latest blockbuster in the comfort of their own home from tomorrow (Tuesday, July 21). The library, which was been closed since March 20 because of the pandemic, will be starting its

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  • Cricket is back! Join in the fun

    Cricket is back! Join in the fun0

    Cricket is back! And to celebrate, The Hogs are inviting everyone to their first game of the season!  The Long Ditton club, which won the triple last year for the first time in its history, is holding an inter-club game on Saturday (July 11). There will be an outside bar with beers, ales and ciders

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  • Cat Doctor says kittens beat Covid any day!

    Cat Doctor says kittens beat Covid any day!0

    The Cat Doctor founder Amy Bergs, who has been making home vet visits to Surbiton’s feline population since 2013, has a favourite lockdown photo, taken in her ‘catmobile’ van (her mobile operating theatre), proving that determined kittens such as Mabel refuse to let PPE get in the way if they want to bestow a kiss

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  • Doorstep portraits raise money for Mind and chronicle history

    Doorstep portraits raise money for Mind and chronicle history0

    We are living through history – there is no doubt about it – and photographer Amy Murrell has been capturing what has been keeping us safe in these unprecedented times – our homes. Amy, of Upper Brighton Road, Surbiton, has been taking pictures of local residents on their doorsteps – the place where we stood

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