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  • I’ve had Covid, says Emma

    I’ve had Covid, says Emma0

    Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes has had Covid-19; it was a worrying time, but she pulled through after a bout of isolation over the festive season. She revealed her own personal tussle with the virus as she spoke ahead of her team’s eagerly anticipated crunch game with high-flyers Manchester United. Sunday afternoon pits first against

  • cornerHOUSE arts centre welcomes your New Year poem

    cornerHOUSE arts centre welcomes your New Year poem0

    Write a poem to welcome in the New Year and submit it to The cornerHOUSE to be featured on the arts centre’s website. Your poem should be about what the New Year means to you either by reflecting on the past 12 months (I’m sure we’ve all got rather a lot to say about that!),

  • Write a short radio play for Surbiton arts centre

    Write a short radio play for Surbiton arts centre0

    Stuck for something to do over the Christmas holidays and beyond now that we are in Tier 4 and staying in is the new going out? Then why not write a short radio play? All you need to record it is a mobile phone or laptop. It can just be a monologue or involve the

  • Fran goes bananas for Xmas

    Fran goes bananas for Xmas0

    Chelsea have sent its women players food hampers as they face a week and a half of self-isolation across Christmas following a string of positive Covid tests. It’s a gesture that has been appreciated by the players. “Thanks so much Chelsea for this amazing hamper getting us through Christmas,” said Beth England, while Fran Kirby

  • Covid crisis hits Chelsea

    Covid crisis hits Chelsea0

    A string of positive Covid tests in the Chelsea Women’s camp means that Sunday’s scheduled London derby against Tottenham in the Women’s Super League has been cancelled. It is believed that three or four of the squad that defeated Benfica on Wednesday night at Kingsmeadow have failed Covid tests, so Spurs have agreed to postpone

  • Traffic barrier produces new rat runs around King Charles Road

    Traffic barrier produces new rat runs around King Charles Road3

    • 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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