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Find out about fostering

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Kingston Council's Family Placement Team will be hosting a drop-in information session.

Surbiton Children's Centre
Alpha Road

Pre-school children welcome

For details call 020 8547 6034

Underpass mural unveiling

Jan '70
Thu 1st

A opening celebration of a William Morris inspired mosaic is taking place the Saturday. The was commisioned for the A3 underpass in Tolworth by the Save the World Club charity and has involved over a thousand young people from local schools and community centres.

'Born Too Soon' Fundraising Auction

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Saucy Kettle
7 Brighton Rd
Surbiton

Fundraising auction for Kingston Hospital 'Born Too Soon' neo-natal unit

Goods on offer include:

Kareoke machine
Signed sports items

  • Australian Rugby Shirt (David Campese)
  • Fulham Shirt (Signed by team)
  • Brazil shirt (Signed by team),
  • Replica England Shirt (Geoff Hurst)
  • Arsenal Shirt (Signed by team)
  • Dutch shirt (signed by team Arjen Robben & Van Nisterooy)
  • Man Utd Shirt (Signed by team inc. Roy Keane)
  • Cricket Bat (Alec Stewart)
  • Ferrari hat (Michael Schumacher)

Samaritans Open: information day

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Visit the centre and learn more about our work, find out what it's like to be a volunteer.

Kingston Samaritans
12 St Andrews Rd
Surbiton

Times: slots at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm

Costs: free

Contact: Simon
Telephone: 020 8399 6676
Website: www.samaritans.org/~kingston

Charity foundation set up for Surbiton philanthropist

The £6.5m legacy of local resident creates the Erach and Roshan Sadri Foundation.

After many years as an active member of the Star and Garter Star Home as well as being ambassador for the British Forces Foundation, Roshan Sadri passed away last year at the age of 73 leaving a sizable estate. Though she died unexpectedly she had made it clear that she wanted the majority of her money to go to charity.

Read more in The Surrey Comet and the Erach and Roshan Sadri Foundation website...

Long Ditton Village Fair

Long Ditton Village Fair takes place this year on Sunday 10th July at St Mary's School Long Ditton.

Its aim is to hold a yearly event to bring the whole community together and raise funds for local organisations and Charities.

Schools, Churches, Guids / Scouts, RSPCA and Kingston Hospital are just a few who benifit from this afternoon of fun.

This year as well as the normal attractions you would expect we have The Kingston and New Malden Marching Band, a display by Starletts Cheer leaders, Hinchley Wood ATC, a model railway, Clowns, Bouncy Castles and a whole lot more.

Muslim fashion show to aid Iraq

Two young Islamic women have put together a fashion show of designs for women with the proceeds being dontated to the Islamic Relief volunteer organisation working in Iraq.

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