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  • 50ft mast bid for Burney Triangle

    50ft mast bid for Burney Triangle0

    Funny how proposals to install new mobile phone masts are made during school holidays when many residents are away, isn’t it? The bid to build a 50ft (15m) 5G telecoms mast and additional cabinets in Ferguson Avenue by the Burney Triangle – an area of green space with a stunning new bug hotel and flower beds – was

  • Classical concert for Ukraine

    Classical concert for Ukraine0

    Concert pianist Andrew Zolinsky will perform a programme which includes music by composers Liszt, Rachmaninov, Schubert and Ravel, at a fundraiser for Ukraine on Saturday, May 14 at 7pm at St Andrew’s Church in Maple Road, Surbiton. Andrew, a professor of piano at the Royal College of Music, has performed at many prestigious venues and festivals across the world. All

  • Donkey is special guest at St Mark’s Palm Sunday service

    Donkey is special guest at St Mark’s Palm Sunday service0

    Look who is going to be greeting children as they arrive at the Palm Sunday service at St Mark’s Church tomorrow! “Usually, we can have donkey rides after the service, but this year, for Covid regulations, we can’t offer that: nor can we do a procession,” said Rev Robert Stanier. “However, we will be incorporating

  • Vicar launches YouTube sermons and space for private prayer

    Vicar launches YouTube sermons and space for private prayer0

    Although St Mark’s, pictured, is not running its regular services since the government issued its advice on social distancing, the church on St Mark’s Hill, Surbiton, has launched YouTube sermons and is still open for private prayer. The Rev Robert Stanier, the vicar of St Mark’s and its sister church St Andrew’s in Maple Road,

  • Sim’s exhibition sparkles

    Sim’s exhibition sparkles0

    Stained-glass artist Simone Kay has launched an exhibition of her one-a-day pictures at the Rose Theatre in style. Fresh from refurbishing the stained-glass windows of St Andrew’s church in Maple Road, Surbiton, Sim opened the show of her largely local paintings and drawings with a party which also marked her 60th birthday. One particularly special

  • Climate change piano recital

    Climate change piano recital0

    • News
    • 29th January 2020

    The world is getting warmer, snowlines and ice caps are retreating, sea levels are rising and natural habitats are changing. Terezie Wickenden will be talking about the devastating effects of climate change and raising money for the World Land Trust with a piano recital at St Andrew’s Church in Maple Road on Saturday (Feb 1).

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