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  • Look out for Laura, Olive and some delicious home bakes

    Look out for Laura, Olive and some delicious home bakes0

    Baking runs in the family. Laura Sheldrake’s mum Julie used to run a business making wedding cakes and now her daughter has followed in her footsteps by turning her eye-catching, mouth-watering and original bakes into a business. In the spring, the former advertising executive became the proud owner of Olive, a 46-year-old refurbished, vintage Peugeot

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  • Join round-table discussion on growing the green economy

    Join round-table discussion on growing the green economy0

    Join an online pow-wow to discuss local business opportunities around the growth of the green economy tomorrow (Tuesday). Berrylands lecturer, author and consultant in international retail Virginia Grose is one of the speakers in three, facilitated, round-table discussions by industry professionals. Virginia, who is also the course director of Fashion Business Management at the University

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  • First in Tolworth market appeals for volunteers to run the event

    First in Tolworth market appeals for volunteers to run the event0

    The First in Tolworth market needs you! The Community Brain, which organises the monthly food, arts and crafts market in the slip road opposite Our Lady Immaculate Church near Tolworth Broadway, is looking for additional volunteers to help set up and run it. The market, which takes place on the first Sunday of the month

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  • Scissors out as Salon No. 13 chops those lockdown locks

    Scissors out as Salon No. 13 chops those lockdown locks0

    Andrew Thompson is beaming from ear to ear. The hair stylist who runs Salon No. 13 is back to what he does best – trimming, cutting and shaping the locks of locals. What did he feel about being open again after months of lockdown? “Overjoyed and overwhelmed by the support that we have received from

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  • 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

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  • Surbiton florist turns greengrocer

    Surbiton florist turns greengrocer0

    Flowers have been swapped for florets as a Surbiton florist has transformed into a greengrocer to serve the community during the coronavirus crisis. Simon Smith Flowers in front of the station in Victoria Road, Surbiton, is also delivering fresh fruit and veg to KT5 and KT6 postcodes for a £3 delivery charge. The florist is

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