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  • Captain Tom inspires veterans’ book club at care home

    Captain Tom inspires veterans’ book club at care home0

    The book which Royal Star & Garter residents are reading has taken on extra poignancy following the death of Captain Sir Tom Moore on Tuesday. The Surbiton home for disabled veterans and their partners launched a book club recently for its residents living with dementia  – and they chose centenarian and national hero Captain Tom’s

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  • Veterans enjoy songs, haggis, neeps and tatties on Burns Night

    Veterans enjoy songs, haggis, neeps and tatties on Burns Night0

    Singer and health care assistant Jodie Halls entertained the residents of Surbiton’s Royal Star & Garter Home with songs to celebrate Burns Night yesterday (Monday). The veterans at the home in Upper Brighton Road, also enjoyed a traditional Burns Supper – including haggis, neeps, tatties and a dram or two of whisky to celebrate the

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  • Care home appeals for toiletries

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    A care home for disabled veterans is appealing for toiletries for its vulnerable residents. The Royal Star & Garter in Upper Brighton Road, Surbiton, is asking individuals and families in the area to donate items such as liquid soap, shampoo, deodorant, lip balm and toothpaste. The care home residents and their partners who are disabled

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  • Veterans mark Chinese New Year

    Veterans mark Chinese New Year0

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    • 30th January 2020

    The Year of the Rat was celebrated this week at the Royal Star & Garter Home. The home which cares for disabled veterans and their partners in Upper Brighton Road, Surbiton, was decked in red and gold decorations for Chinese New Year. Residents also enjoyed a lunch of crab and sweetcorn soup, chow mein, spring

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