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  • Blues look to the west

    Blues look to the west0

    With Chelsea Women hosting Reading on Sunday, while the men welcome Brentford, no one is having to travel too far for their football as the icy winds encircle the capital. Kingsmeadow is the stage for Chelsea v Reading on Sunday evening at the strange time of 6.45pm, with the Blues and the Gunners now potentially

  • Iconographic-style art show moves online in lockdown

    Iconographic-style art show moves online in lockdown0

    Twilight, an exhibition by Surbiton fine art artist Anthony Maccini, can be viewed in an online video at the cornerHOUSE arts centre. The exhibition showing Anthony’s black and white oil-on-canvas paintings depicting symbolic ideas, places and people, had been scheduled to run at the Douglas Road arts centre until February 21 with a Meet the

  • The Press Room opens for takeaway coffee

    The Press Room opens for takeaway coffee0

    Coffee-lovers queued (at a safe distance) outside the Press Room this morning (Saturday) to enjoy a long-awaited caffeine-fix in the sunshine. The café in Claremont Road, Surbiton, threw open its windows to serve takeaway drinks yesterday. There were even some bar stools on the pavement for people to use. “At the moment we will be

  • London’s hidden hunters

    London’s hidden hunters0

    Surbiton’s wildlife expert Elliot Newton will be shedding some light on the capital’s hidden hunters this morning (Saturday) at 11am on the Earth Live Lessons YouTube channel. Elliot, Kingston Council’s biodiversity officer, will be telling us more about the woodpeckers, dragonflies, bats and other creatures which use London as their hunting ground. Tune in to

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