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  • Up for a laugh? Milton Jones takes to cornerHOUSE stage

    Up for a laugh? Milton Jones takes to cornerHOUSE stage0

    Milton Jones, he with the unruly mop, will be performing at Surbiton’s cornerHOUSE on Thursday (27th). Milton will deliver his deadpan one-liners as part of an Outside the Box Comedy Club stand-up gig with other support acts at the Douglas Road arts centre. Book in advance as no tickets can be sold on the door

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  • Treat your mum to a special cookbook for Mothering Sunday

    Treat your mum to a special cookbook for Mothering Sunday0

    Stuck deciding what to buy mum for Mother’s Day this coming Sunday? Why not give her a cookbook of fabulous recipes courtesy of the parents and children at two local schools? It’s also a chunk of lockdown history too. The Friends of Long Ditton St Mary’s Infants and Junior Schools have created a Lockdown LOVE

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  • Sir Ed to run online advice surgery for small businesses

    Sir Ed to run online advice surgery for small businesses0

    • News
    • 19th February 2021

    Self-employed? Freelance? Running a small business? MP Ed Davey (pictured left) is holding an online advice surgery and asks anyone in Surbiton, Berrylands and Tolworth who needs his help to make contact. It takes place via Zoom, or phone, on Thursday Feb 25 from 9am to 11am. Book a slot by emailing edward.davey.mp@parliament.uk “I know many

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  • A theatrical twist to Valentine’s gifts from Lunaria London

    A theatrical twist to Valentine’s gifts from Lunaria London0

    Why not gift a bouquet or wreath for your Valentine or Galentine (for your female besties) made with some theatrical flair by chums Lauren Smith and Sarah Mathieson. The duo, who work out of a studio in Villiers Close, Surbiton, launched Lunaria London when they found themselves jobless in March when The National Theatre closed

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  • The tabletop of hope

    The tabletop of hope0

    Another table groaning with donations of food. While Surbitonians await an announcement on the return of the farmers’ market, and organisers and councillors work together to achieve a safe return of the monthly gatherings in Maple Road in these troubled times, the regular foodbank collections continue to remind everyone that there is a wider picture

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  • Southborough A-level student tells BBC of his shattered dreams

    Southborough A-level student tells BBC of his shattered dreams0

    • News
    • 15th August 2020

    Southborough sixth form student Mithushan Thiagarajah has been interviewed on Newsnight. The A-level student at the high school in Hook Road, Surbiton, is one among thousands across the country who have had their predicted results downgraded under a new assessment system which had been introduced after exams were scrapped because of the coronavirus crisis. Mithushan,

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