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  • So, when did Maple Road become a trendy ‘village’?

    So, when did Maple Road become a trendy ‘village’?4

    Tree-lined, elegant, stylish and, of course, the home of Surbiton’s hugely popular farmers’ market, Maple Road has had its own distinctive identity for a century and a half. But when did it gain the ‘Maple village’ tag so beloved of estate agents, and adopted by the busy Maple Village WI? Here’s a look back in

  • Surbiton’s Cento Uno restarts takeaway and delivery service

    Surbiton’s Cento Uno restarts takeaway and delivery service0

    It’s back! Cento Uno has rebooted Operation Cobra, its lockdown delivery and collection service. Non contact, same-day delivery or collection is available on Wednesday to Friday evenings and from noon to 9pm on Saturdays at the neighbourhood Italian restaurant in Maple Road, Surbiton. Pizza, pasta, sides, puds and drinks including wine, beer, cider and cocktails

  • Stay cool in lockdown

    Stay cool in lockdown0

    Pretty things come to those who wait. You can look fab and feel cool this summer despite the lockdown. Sarah Taylor of Shoes at Last has just taken delivery of stylish dresses and tops by her customers’ favourite brand One Season. Sarah, whose popular boutique in Maple Road, Surbiton, had to close because of government

  • Sam calls time on Operation Cobra

    Sam calls time on Operation Cobra0

    Operation Cobra has ceased. The takeaway and delivery service launched five days ago by Surbiton restaurateur Sam Berry to feed stay-at-home customers during the coronavirus crisis came to an end yesterday following the PM’s address to the nation on Monday night. “We have made the difficult decision to close down our three beloved restaurants until

  • Blossom signals spring is here

    Blossom signals spring is here0

    Dazzling blossom outside St Andrew’s in Maple Road, Surbiton, shows that spring isn’t being deterred by coronavirus. Tomorrow is officially the first day of spring, and Surbiton’s trees have risen to the occasion. The magnolia trees, in particular, are spectacular this year, but this dependable tree outside the glass extension to St Andrew’s church is

  • Dennis starts storming

    Dennis starts storming0

    Were the organisers of Surbiton’s farmers’ market right to call off today’s event, in the face of Storm Dennis? Emphatically yes, as this picture – taken on Saturday morning – shows. One of the giant potted olive trees that guards the door of Cento Uno, right beside where Ralph Wettach’s deli stall would have stood,

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