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Six months in: Museum of Future's community kitchen prepping for service

Surbiton has firmly established itself as a place where sharing ideas and using community space to be creative is the norm.

Storm Imogen: Cars hit by fallen trees in Tolworth

Trees fell onto cars in Tolworth as Storm Imogen swept across the country.

Strictly's Erin Boag is living the Good Life in Surbiton

Erin Boag brings nothing but glitz and glamour to Surbiton as she has quickly entered the hearts of the British nation.

Decades-old covenant to protect Berrylands Triangle dismissed as phone mast erected

Government planning chiefs dismissed out of hand a decades-old covenant that promised the people of Berrylands that a small patch of land in Raeburn Avenue would remain untouched as a public garden – in order to allow construction of a 13m phone mast.

Could former care home be site for new Surbiton school?

A former care home could be home to Surbiton’s new free school after complaints that the current proposed site in central Kingston is “completely inappropriate”.

Ed Davey given honorary degree

Former Kingston and Surbiton MP Ed Davey has been given an honorary degree by Kingston University.

Man arrested over acid attack released without charge

A Surbiton man arrested in connection with an acid attack in Southampton which lead to a national man-hunt has been released without charge.

20mph speed limits loom for all but four roads in Surbiton

Motorists are a step closer to being forced to drive at 20mph on all of Surbiton’s residential streets – barring four main roads – after a consultation into the changes was extended by councillors.

Blind train commuter 'nearly fell onto tracks' at unmanned station because of faulty announcements

An “intermittent fault” with New Malden station’s announcement system has left a blind woman stranded at unmanned stations and caused her to almost fall onto tracks.

Man approached hospital staff 'desperate for help' weeks before he died

A homeless man who burnt to death in a New Malden street visited Tolworth Hospital “desperate for social assistance” just two weeks before his death.

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