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  • Beth’s back as Blues hit 9

    Beth’s back as Blues hit 90

    Beth England (pictured) is back on form as Chelsea Women shot to the top of the league with an overwhelming 9-0 away win at Leicester. In a remarkably one-sided match, the Blues were 3-0 up in just seven minutes, then refused to take their foot off the gas as they pummelled the Foxes and leapfrogged

  • Blues crash out of Europe

    Blues crash out of Europe0

    Despite putting out the strongest team she could, Emma Hayes had to accept that Chelsea Women were simply not good enough after they slumped to a 4-0 defeat in Germany in the Champions League on Thursday night… and were dumped out of Europe.  After losing first-choice goalie Ann-Katrin Berger to Covid, deputy Zecira Musovic was

  • Look out for Laura, Olive and some delicious home bakes

    Look out for Laura, Olive and some delicious home bakes0

    Baking runs in the family. Laura Sheldrake’s mum Julie used to run a business making wedding cakes and now her daughter has followed in her footsteps by turning her eye-catching, mouth-watering and original bakes into a business. In the spring, the former advertising executive became the proud owner of Olive, a 46-year-old refurbished, vintage Peugeot

  • Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens

    Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens0

    Neighbours of Claremont Gardens have launched a Friends group to improve the green space which they say has gone downhill. The duck pond, plant cover and state of the rockery are of particular concern according to Green councillor Sharron Sumner who lives next to the Surbiton park which is sandwiched between The Crescent and Claremont

  • Super Blues lift league title

    Super Blues lift league title0

    Chelsea lifted the Women’s Super League trophy on Sunday afternoon after a comprehensive 5-0 win against a dogged Reading side. To cap a remarkable domestic season, Sam Kerr won the golden boot and Ann-Katrin Berger the golden glove for their scoring and keeping prowess respectively. The Women’s FA Cup and Champions League are still within

  • Market organisers can’t wait to see lovers of food and drink

    Market organisers can’t wait to see lovers of food and drink0

    Tolworth market is back tomorrow (Sunday)! The First in Tolworth market, from 11am to 3pm in the sliproad off Tolworth Broadway opposite Our Lady Immaculate Church, will be a food-and-drink-only affair this time, but the organisers hope to welcome back its arts and crafters in May (Covid guidelines permitting). There is plenty of room for

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