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  • View waste as a resource says Kingston’s green business group

    View waste as a resource says Kingston’s green business group0

    Where there’s muck there’s brass was the takeaway message from a discussion on the circular economy by members of the Kingston Green Business Community. Two panels of local entrepreneurs and innovators from the world of fashion, construction, food and the information and communications technology sectors were quizzed by David Symons of environmental consulting company WSP

  • Stand up to invaders!

    Stand up to invaders!0

    Bish, bash, bosh! Take a stand against aggressive invaders! Take out your frustration and protect the environment as Berrylands Nature Reserve runs Himalayan Balsam Bashing sessions on Tue, July 12 (and 19th and 26th) at 6pm in Elmbridge Meadows. Funnel your feelings by expelling a plant which is outcompeting native flora along the Hogsmill! Wear

  • Repelling the invaders

    Repelling the invaders0

    A conservation day is being held at The Wood and Richard Jefferies Bird Sanctuary off Oakhill Grove, behind Surbiton station, on Sat, July 9, tackling invasive species such as cherry laurel, bamboo and self-sown sycamores, as well as picking litter. Kingston biodiversity officer Elliot Newton explains: “It’s an area of beautiful mature native woodland which

  • Tim walks for bereaved children and cleans beaches en route

    Tim walks for bereaved children and cleans beaches en route0

    Tim Williams is homing in on the final leg of his mission – to walk the coastline of England and raise thousands of pounds for bereaved children as he does it. Tim, who lives in Tolworth, has already completed 2,110 miles in 117 days and hopes to complete a further 150 miles and reach the

  • Email Lord to protect filter beds

    Email Lord to protect filter beds0

    Want to protect the biodiversity of Seething Wells filter beds? Then email Environment minister Lord Zac Goldsmith and ask him to back amendment 94 to the Environment Bill which is being debated later today (Monday) in the House of Lords, says St Mark’s ward councillor Liz Green. Liz says the biodiversity at the filter beds

  • Decision time for controversial new housing estate plan

    Decision time for controversial new housing estate plan0

    A controversial plan to build a new housing estate in a Surbiton conservation area comes before Kingston council’s Development Control Committee tonight (Wednesday). You can view the debate on the proposal on the council’s YouTube channel here at www.tinyurl.com/y88gm87r The meeting starts at 7.30pm. A recording will also be available to watch later. Anne Ivison

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