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  • We’ll work to accommodate hall users, pledges council

    We’ll work to accommodate hall users, pledges council0

    An olive branch has been extended to the clubs and societies who lost their home following last month’s abrupt decision to end the hiring of Surbiton’s well-used library hall. In a message of conciliation and compromise, Kingston Council’s leader has apologised for the way the matter was handled, and has pledged to work to find

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  • Societies at risk following eviction from meeting hall

    Societies at risk following eviction from meeting hall0

    The future of many of Surbiton’s best-loved and longest-running societies and groups is in jeopardy after they were evicted overnight from the council-owned hall where they have met for decades. With no notice, 30 clubs were emailed by Kingston Council contractor Engie to say that all hire of the Ewell Road library annexe had ceased

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  • You can borrow a book again!

    You can borrow a book again!0

    Surbiton library members who like reading a proper book rather than an e-version, will be able to enjoy thumbing through the pages of the latest blockbuster in the comfort of their own home from tomorrow (Tuesday, July 21). The library, which was been closed since March 20 because of the pandemic, will be starting its

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  • Fines waived and library books extended during health crisis

    Fines waived and library books extended during health crisis0

    Surbiton and Tolworth libraries are closed for the foreseeable future because of the coronavirus crisis, but there is no need to worry if you currently have a book on loan or your membership card is due to expire. All borrowed items have been automatically renewed until April 30. Fines will also be automatically waived until the

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