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  • YouTube film on Surbiton station

    YouTube film on Surbiton station0

    Train buff Jago Hazzard has posted a seven-minute video about the history of Surbiton railway station on his eponymous YouTube channel which has over 100,000 subscribers. Jago, who also has a Facebook page called Tales from the Tube, posts short films about public transport in and around London. His video Surbiton Station: An Art Deco

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  • Last chance to view Christmas concert at St Matthew’s Church

    Last chance to view Christmas concert at St Matthew’s Church0

    Don’t want that festive feeling to end? There is still time to watch the Surbiton Winter Salon recorded at St Matthew’s Church in Surbiton, but hurry as the video of the Christmas concert is only available until Monday (Jan 4). Soprano Bethan Williams, mezzo-soprano Catherine Backhouse, tenor Charles MacDougall and baritone Gavin Cranmer-Moralee accompanied by

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  • Tune in to Extraordinary council meeting

    Tune in to Extraordinary council meeting0

    We are living in extraordinary times and Kingston Council is reflecting that by holding an Extraordinary Meeting tonight (Tuesday) to consider the way ahead. Councillors will discuss the introduction of special temporary decision-making arrangements which will remain in place until at least October 13. As the ongoing emergency continues to prevent public gatherings, the meeting

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  • London’s hidden hunters

    London’s hidden hunters0

    Surbiton’s wildlife expert Elliot Newton will be shedding some light on the capital’s hidden hunters this morning (Saturday) at 11am on the Earth Live Lessons YouTube channel. Elliot, Kingston Council’s biodiversity officer, will be telling us more about the woodpeckers, dragonflies, bats and other creatures which use London as their hunting ground. Tune in to

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  • Vicar launches YouTube sermons and space for private prayer

    Vicar launches YouTube sermons and space for private prayer0

    Although St Mark’s, pictured, is not running its regular services since the government issued its advice on social distancing, the church on St Mark’s Hill, Surbiton, has launched YouTube sermons and is still open for private prayer. The Rev Robert Stanier, the vicar of St Mark’s and its sister church St Andrew’s in Maple Road,

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