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  • Live music and tasty treats launch three-mile scenic walk

    Live music and tasty treats launch three-mile scenic walk0

    Join the launch of a three-mile scenic walk from Tolworth to Chessington this Bank Holiday Monday (31st). From 11am to 4pm the Community Brain will be at the Baking Ideas hub next to Tolworth railway station, giving out information about the scenic route which is part of an ongoing wayfinding project with the 121 Collective.

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  • First in Tolworth market appeals for volunteers to run the event

    First in Tolworth market appeals for volunteers to run the event0

    The First in Tolworth market needs you! The Community Brain, which organises the monthly food, arts and crafts market in the slip road opposite Our Lady Immaculate Church near Tolworth Broadway, is looking for additional volunteers to help set up and run it. The market, which takes place on the first Sunday of the month

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  • Market organisers can’t wait to see lovers of food and drink

    Market organisers can’t wait to see lovers of food and drink0

    Tolworth market is back tomorrow (Sunday)! The First in Tolworth market, from 11am to 3pm in the sliproad off Tolworth Broadway opposite Our Lady Immaculate Church, will be a food-and-drink-only affair this time, but the organisers hope to welcome back its arts and crafters in May (Covid guidelines permitting). There is plenty of room for

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  • Christmas shopping made easy with pop-up handmade markets

    Christmas shopping made easy with pop-up handmade markets0

    Surbitonians were spoilt for choice for what presents to buy their relatives and friends when two pop-up markets featuring handmade products from local artisans and creatives made their Christmas shopping conundrums a lot easier yesterday (Sunday). Hair stylist Andrew Thompson threw open the door of Salon No 13 in Victoria Road for free to small

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  • Souper Soup opens to feed hungry children in half-term

    Souper Soup opens to feed hungry children in half-term0

    A soup kitchen has opened up in Surbiton to serve hungry children and their families during this half-term week. As well as two choices of soup, bread and a piece of cake to take away, there are also toiletries for those who need them. The Souper Soup is running at the Museum of Futures in

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  • Brain hits the jackpot!

    Brain hits the jackpot!0

    Congratulations to the group which organises wacky events such as Surbiton Ski Sunday, and regeneration initiatives including Tolworth’s food and arts and crafts market. It has hit the jackpot in the latest batch of Arts Council grants. The Community Brain has been given £28,843 to help it weather the coronavirus crisis. Although the pandemic has

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