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  • Bin… and gone

    Bin… and gone0

    Surbiton no longer has any communal bottle or paper banks after Kingston Council chose Earth Day, when the eco-health of the planet comes to the fore, to remove them. They were being used too much, and generated mess, which had led to complaints from some residents. Now there’s just a blank space in the Waitrose

  • Awards for local heroes

    Awards for local heroes0

    • News
    • 17th November 2020

    Community heroes Tariq Shabbeer and Des Kay who run The Circulatory upcycling centre in Chiltern Drive, Berrylands, are Frances Moseley award-winners. The pair, through their Save the World Deliveries group,have been working tirelessly on a voluntary basis throughout the pandemic collecting supermarket food that is still edible but due to be thrown away, and delivering it

  • 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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