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David Beckham and Ellie Simmonds join Sainsbury’s to get kids in Surbiton Active

Schools, scouts and guide groups and sports clubs from Surbiton given the chance to meet Beckham and Simmonds at an exclusive event.

Sainsburys youth forum raises money and food donations for Grenfell

Sainsburys, Region 27, Youth forum representatives raised £133.48 in a coin collection and £121.42 worth of food donations for their regional charity partner Grenfell. The day was a great success due to the hard work from the colleagues from Surbiton, Mordon, Surybasin, Kingston, Clapham Common, Tooting, Merton and Balham.

Star horse in hospital

Horse Rangers’ favourite goes into hospital.

Looking for a venue to host clandestine cake clubs for Surbiton

TeaseMaid is looking for a venue to host Clandestine Cake Clubs for Surbiton, do you like baking and sharing? Join the Surbiton Clandestine Cake Club www.clandestinecakeclub.co.uk

Lime Tree in the limelight

Surbiton’s brand new school, Lime Tree Primary School, opening in September 2012, featured this week in an ITV News report on what local authorities are doing to help meet the demand for primary school places.

Surbiton’s Christmas Market celebrates a successful year

Winner of the Kingston Business Award 2011 for Commitment to the Community, Surbiton Farmers’ Market will end a successful year with a special Christmas market on Saturday December 17. The market runs from 9am to 1pm in Maple Road.

Friends of Seething Wells object to development

The Seething Wells filter beds are under threat of a massive development.

Surbiton Farmers’ Market celebrates the best of British cheeses

Local community groups are to join forces as Homage de Fromage, the Surbiton club that celebrates great British cheeses and cheese-based art, hosts a special ‘Meet the Producers’ event at Surbiton’s next Farmers’ Market.

Simon Hickson - Missing Person

Photograph of Simon Hickson - Missing Person

Simon Hickson went missing from Surbiton in April 2009.

Sleeping rough so others don't have to...

The YMCA’s Sleep Easy event took place on Saturday night, with 167 people bravely "sleeping rough, so others don't have to".

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