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  • Submit your photos of water to online cornerHOUSE show

    Submit your photos of water to online cornerHOUSE show0

    From dripping taps to puddles, rivers and oceans, water can mean many different things to us. Until April 2, the cornerHOUSE arts centre in Surbiton is accepting photographs of the liquid stuff in all its different shapes and forms for an online exhibition. All details and how to submit your entry are on the Douglas

  • Water will flow after lockdown

    Water will flow after lockdown0

    Surbitonians have much to look forward to when we come out the other side of the lockdown – a new water fountain being one of them. Thames Water, in partnership with the Mayor of London, has been installing water fountains in various areas of the capital and has just plumbed one in outside Nat West bank in Victoria Road. However due

  • Water a sapling on your walk

    Water a sapling on your walk0

    Can you help water a newly-planted community orchard at Berrylands Nature Reserve? The group which helps maintain and nurture the five hectare reserve off Raeburn Avenue, Surbiton, is asking individuals to help look after fruit trees planted in January and other saplings planted in the last couple of years while they are out on their

  • These days it’s all about containment

    These days it’s all about containment0

    Nothing gives a lift to a garden like a well-planted container; better, a group of containers, and at this time of year instant impact and colour is what’s needed. Sadly, a pot is not a plant’s natural habitat, so give the precious darlings a sporting chance by following some simple advice. Firstly, choose wisely. Vigorous

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