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  • Dino hunt in Triassic Tolworth

    Dino hunt in Triassic Tolworth0

    Join in the Tolworth Dino Hunt this weekend (Sat May 2 to Sun May 3). Twelve models of dinosaurs have been strategically placed between Tolworth railway station and the Esso petrol station in Tolworth Broadway. Can you spot them all? As well as this weekend’s hunt, Sunday’s First in Tolworth market, in the slip road

  • Get your tickets for Tolworth’s tribute to Ziggy Stardust

    Get your tickets for Tolworth’s tribute to Ziggy Stardust0

    Join the celebrations to mark 50 years since Ziggy Stardust took to the stage in Tolworth. Celebrate ’72 on Thursday, February 10 will mark half a century since pop legend David Bowie first introduced the world to his iconic and pioneering Ziggy Stardust persona at the former Toby Jug pub back in 1972. Up to

  • YouTube film on Surbiton station

    YouTube film on Surbiton station2

    Train buff Jago Hazzard has posted a seven-minute video about the history of Surbiton railway station on his eponymous YouTube channel which has over 100,000 subscribers. Jago, who also has a Facebook page called Tales from the Tube, posts short films about public transport in and around London. His video Surbiton Station: An Art Deco

  • Try a vegan burger and other treats at Tolworth station pop-up

    Try a vegan burger and other treats at Tolworth station pop-up0

    Emma Egerton will be holding her next vegan pop-up takeaway/drive-thru at Tolworth railway station on Saturday (April 3). On the menu at the Baking Ideas community kitchen next to the station is homemade burgers (chickpea masala, mushroom and black rice, black bean), fries and slaw, a hot dish of the day (roasted veg stew with

  • Join group to enhance and improve Surbiton Station

    Join group to enhance and improve Surbiton Station0

    • News
    • 11th February 2021

    The Friends of Surbiton Station group is now officially open for business! Anyone interested in helping to preserve and enhance the 1930s art-deco style station should visit www.kingstonletstalk.co.uk/surbiton-station for more information and to register their interest. “We are very aware that a number of local residents are keen to support our local station and that they would

  • Hands up!

    Hands up!0

    They’re back! In the first bit of good news in Surbiton in a year, the clock hands on the station tower – the symbol of the town – have returned! It’s a moment of cheer in a time of gloom… on a par with ravens returning to the Tower of London. Loosened and ultimately ripped

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