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  • Volunteers rally at Victoria rec for community clear-up day

    Volunteers rally at Victoria rec for community clear-up day0

    This was the bountiful haul when volunteers cleared the dense undergrowth around the tennis courts in Victoria recreation ground; 50 lost balls (some slightly chewed). The community rallied to spruce up Victoria rec, trim unruly foliage, pick up litter and dramatically improve the Victoria Avenue entrance’s flowerbeds. Twenty five volunteers from the Friends group used

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  • Tolworth arts and crafts market shrugs off the rain with smiles

    Tolworth arts and crafts market shrugs off the rain with smiles0

    Talk about raining cats and dogs! Yesterday’s First in Tolworth arts, crafts and food market was a somewhat soggy affair but that didn’t dampen the spirits of the stallholders, writes Jane Grove. “To be honest I don’t mind,” said a beaming Melanie Wingfield of Guilford Avenue-based Gorgeous Painted Pebbles. “I’ve been quite busy really, in

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  • Tickets on sale for Casuals’ FA Cup game on Saturday

    Tickets on sale for Casuals’ FA Cup game on Saturday0

    Tickets are now on sale for Corinthian-Casuals FA Cup game against Dulwich Hamlet this Saturday (Oct 3). Numbers are limited for this 2nd Round Qualifying tie (kick-off 3pm) due to COVID restrictions on capacity at the Casuals’ ground at King George’s Field off Hook Rise South, Tolworth. Prices remain the same as league matches –

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  • New play Make-up comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton

    New play Make-up comes to the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton0

    Theatres may be decimated at the moment because of COVID-19 restrictions but the cornerHOUSE in Surbiton is determined that the show must go on. The arts centre in Douglas Road is staging a new play, Make-up, by Andy Moseley of NoLogoProductions on Thursday (October 1). Lady Christina (Moj Taylor) is finding her life performing as

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  • Waste not, want not – Abundance will harvest your unwanted fruit

    Waste not, want not – Abundance will harvest your unwanted fruit0

    If you hate waste, call Abundance, a Surbiton project aimed at harvesting and redistributing gluts of fruit from gardens, allotments and street trees, saving it from being thrown away. Last year, 1.3 tons of fresh organic fruit was harvested in and around Surbiton, with this year’s target being to better that.  Toni Izard needs volunteers able to

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  • Traffic barrier produces new rat runs around King Charles Road

    Traffic barrier produces new rat runs around King Charles Road1

    • 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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