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  • Close Maple Road to traffic and boost market, says councillor

    Close Maple Road to traffic and boost market, says councillor0

    A Surbiton councillor wants Maple Road added to the list of experimental ‘low-traffic neighbourhoods’ to create safer pedestrian space, boost pubs and restaurants, and allow the farmers’ market (still in abeyance since lockdown) to thrive. Green councillor Sharron Sumner wants a vehicle barrier installed by Maple Infants’ and St Andrew’s & St Mark’s junior schools.

  • The tabletop of hope

    The tabletop of hope0

    Another table groaning with donations of food. While Surbitonians await an announcement on the return of the farmers’ market, and organisers and councillors work together to achieve a safe return of the monthly gatherings in Maple Road in these troubled times, the regular foodbank collections continue to remind everyone that there is a wider picture

  • Fine dining restaurant The French Table to reopen after lockdown

    Fine dining restaurant The French Table to reopen after lockdown0

    Lovers of fine food will be ecstatic to learn that The French Table is reopening on Wednesday, July 8. The top notch restaurant in Maple Road, Surbiton, closed its doors to the public on March 20 because of coronavirus restrictions. Now owners Eric and Sarah Guignard, pictured, are gearing up to reopen the award-winning restaurant.

  • Market hosts foodbank appeal

    Market hosts foodbank appeal0

    We won’t have the scheduled farmers’ market in Maple Road this Saturday, as organisers work to resolve social distancing issues… BUT there’s an alternative activity that sums up the spirit of Surbiton’s popular monthly event. Market volunteers host a pop-up drop-off foodbank collection point outside Gordon Bennett! at the corner of Maple and Cleaveland, to

  • Shoes at Last reopens

    Shoes at Last reopens0

    Surbiton fashionistas are breathing a sigh of relief. Shoes at Last is back! The upmarket, designer-label, boutique in Maple Road, Surbiton, run by Sarah Taylor, pictured, is open for business. Sarah closed her fashion store which sells clothes, shoes and accessories, on March 21 because of the coronavirus crisis. Twelve weeks later she’s back with a one-in,

  • Storm cancels farmers’ market

    Storm cancels farmers’ market0

    It’s an absolute pig, but Surbiton’s farmers’ market has been cancelled this Saturday, because of Storm Dennis. It’s the first time in the market’s glorious 10-year history that this drastic step has had to be taken, but the ferocious winds that are predicted for the weekend mean some of the 26 stalls might end up

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