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  • Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens

    Join Friends group and survey to improve Claremont Gardens0

    Neighbours of Claremont Gardens have launched a Friends group to improve the green space which they say has gone downhill. The duck pond, plant cover and state of the rockery are of particular concern according to Green councillor Sharron Sumner who lives next to the Surbiton park which is sandwiched between The Crescent and Claremont

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  • Sushila is the borough’s first lady

    Sushila is the borough’s first lady0

    Berrylands ward councillor Sushila Abraham has been made the new mayor of Kingston. Sushila, who was deputy mayor last year, took over from Cllr Margaret Thompson at the annual council meeting on Tuesday. The borough’s 186th mayor is looking forward to her new role especially at a time when people are coming together again after

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  • New boardwalk to help restore biodiversity at Six Acre Meadow

    New boardwalk to help restore biodiversity at Six Acre Meadow0

    I doubt there will be much room for The Drifters to get out a blanket and sit under a boardwalk like this one pictured below, but they could always enjoy walking along it instead. Kingston Council has agreed to fund a replacement boardwalk for Six Acre Meadow near the Sunray Estate in Tolworth off Knollmead.

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  • Hanging baskets to brighten parades in the spring

    Hanging baskets to brighten parades in the spring0

    Hanging baskets will brighten up Surbiton’s shopping parades again this spring. Streets which will receive the hanging basket treatment are Victoria Road (30), Claremont Road (16), Brighton Road (7), St Mark’s Hill (13), Tolworth Broadway on the M&S side of the street (19), Chiltern Drive (6), Ewell Road (16) and Berrylands (5). Each hanging basket

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  • Surbiton councillors splash the cash for Christmas lights

    Surbiton councillors splash the cash for Christmas lights0

    • News
    • 14th November 2020

    The whole of Surbiton’s high street will sparkle with Christmas lights this festive period. Last year the lights and decorations only reached part of the way along Victoria Road, but this year councillors on the Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee decided to splash out and approve the most expensive option – £12,523 – at its recent meeting.

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  • New co-chairs for Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee

    New co-chairs for Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee0

    Alison Holt (left) and Anita Schaper have been elected to co-chair the Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee for the new municipal year. Both have been councillors since 2018: Cllr Holt for Surbiton Hill and Cllr Schaper for Berrylands. Cllr Holt was previously Kingston Council’s portfolio holder for Finance from 2018-19 and for Finance & Contracts from 2019-20.

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