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  • Four-team football tournament celebrates The Corinthian Spirit

    Four-team football tournament celebrates The Corinthian Spirit0

    Corinthian-Casuals will host a four-team football competition with semi pro and amateur clubs from the USA, Hungary and England at their United Business Group Stadium in Tolworth this weekend. The Egri Erbstein Tournament at the club’s home ground in King George’s Field, will consist of four games: two semi-finals on Sat July 23 (Corinthian-Casuals v

  • Meet artist Peter Fodor at launch of show on the light and the dark

    Meet artist Peter Fodor at launch of show on the light and the dark0

    Meet artist Peter Fodor at a special event to launch his Where Dark Meets Light exhibition which runs at the cornerHOUSE until November 7. The Hungarian-born artist will be talking about his work at the Meet the Artist night at the arts centre in Douglas Road, Surbiton, on Tuesday next week (October 19) from 7-9pm.

  • Blues edge tight quarter-final

    Blues edge tight quarter-final0

    At times it was a result which looked in doubt, but Chelsea overcame their demons to beat Wolfsburg in the first leg of the quarter-final of the Champions League against their bogey team to set up a thrilling return. A 2-1 win in Budapest seemed unlikely after a goalless first half which showed why Wolfsburg

  • The Wolf’s at the door

    The Wolf’s at the door0

    After being showered with praise by boss Roman Abramovich, Chelsea Women’s manager Emma Hayes has to repay the faith by inspiring her team to a good performance in the midweek first leg of the Champions League quarter-final. Wolfsburg have been Chelsea’s bogey team in the past, but a lot of water has flowed under the

  • Happy 100th Susan!

    Happy 100th Susan!0

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    • 13th February 2020

    Congratulations to Susan Telbis who is 100 today! Susan, of Lovelace Road, Surbiton, was treated to a slap up lunch at the Alfriston Day Centre in Berrylands Road, followed by a delicious birthday cake made by friend Catherine Reay (pictured centre). The centenarian, who amazingly climbs 39 steps to her second floor flat where she

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