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  • Spa ghost is revealed

    Spa ghost is revealed0

    Surbiton cab firm Zedcarz has left its premises at 118 Ewell Road, next to the Surbitonian Grind, and aims to reopen at 140 Tolworth Broadway, across the road from the tower. “It was quite sudden,” admitted one staff member. With the firm’s signs removed from the old office, the distinctive curved glass frontage now reveals

  • We’ll work to accommodate hall users, pledges council

    We’ll work to accommodate hall users, pledges council0

    An olive branch has been extended to the clubs and societies who lost their home following last month’s abrupt decision to end the hiring of Surbiton’s well-used library hall. In a message of conciliation and compromise, Kingston Council’s leader has apologised for the way the matter was handled, and has pledged to work to find

  • Societies at risk following eviction from meeting hall

    Societies at risk following eviction from meeting hall0

    The future of many of Surbiton’s best-loved and longest-running societies and groups is in jeopardy after they were evicted overnight from the council-owned hall where they have met for decades. With no notice, 30 clubs were emailed by Kingston Council contractor Engie to say that all hire of the Ewell Road library annexe had ceased

  • Free bike check for key workers

    Free bike check for key workers0

    Are you a key worker? Would you like your bike checked over for free to make sure it is in good working order? Cycle instructor Andy Litchfield from Kingston Council will be fixing key workers bikes at Surbiton Health Centre from 11.30am to 2.30pm tomorrow (Tuesday). Dr Bike will be in the car park at

  • Queuing is the new normal

    Queuing is the new normal0

    A Saturday morning queue outside Jennings the butcher in Ewell Road is customary… but not 30 people long, with everyone spaced apart. Is this the new ‘normal’ in Surbiton? The queue waiting to get into the Iceland supermarket in Tolworth Broadway was 40-strong through the morning, and these days every time a food shop opens

  • Pocket park for busy junction

    Pocket park for busy junction0

    This solitary bench in a sea of tarmac is destined to be surrounded in greenery as Kingston Council turns the area into a pocket park. Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee is planning to green up the busy junction at Ditton Road and Hook Road under a Healthy Streets initiative which aims to make streets more welcoming places

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