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  • View waste as a resource says Kingston’s green business group

    View waste as a resource says Kingston’s green business group0

    Where there’s muck there’s brass was the takeaway message from a discussion on the circular economy by members of the Kingston Green Business Community. Two panels of local entrepreneurs and innovators from the world of fashion, construction, food and the information and communications technology sectors were quizzed by David Symons of environmental consulting company WSP

  • Join new women’s football team

    Join new women’s football team0

    Open trials will be held on Tuesday, June 6 to find players for a new women’s Corinthian-Casuals football team.  The trials at the football club’s ground at King George’s Field, Tolworth, start at 6pm.  Bring boots, shinpads and fluids – and bags of enthusiasm!  If you are aged 16 or over and would like to

  • Trophy is within Chelsea’s grasp

    Trophy is within Chelsea’s grasp0

    Atmosphere. That’s what Emma Hayes, pictured, is urging Chelsea Women fans to create tomorrow (Sunday) at their home ground – Kingsmeadow.  The Blues’ manager, nominated for the Women’s Super League manager of the season award (she has already won the title five times), is hoping for a bumper crowd to raise the rafters with their

  • Tolworth goalie dies at 82

    Tolworth goalie dies at 820

    Tributes have been paid to a Tolworth goalkeeper who has died at the age of 82. Memorably, he played just the once in the shadow of Tolworth Tower, in a warm-up game at the Decca sports ground, across the road from the bowling alley. But he did also win three World Cups. Footballing legend Pele,

  • Train show dodges strikes

    Train show dodges strikes0

    No rail strikes are planned for this weekend, which is a mercy as Tolworth Showtrain, the popular model railway exhibition at Tolworth Recreation Centre, can go full steam ahead. If you thought model train layouts were rather lonely affairs confined to attics, think again. The event on Sat Nov 12 and Sun Nov 13 represents

  • Wall of poppies tribute to fallen

    Wall of poppies tribute to fallen0

    Pop down to the Legion and see the poppies. 6,000 adorn the walls and railings of the Surbiton Royal British Legion Club. This is the second year the knitters and crocheters of the club in Hollyfield Road, Surbiton, have come together to produce an eye-catching display. There are even more poppies on show this year

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