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Gang show; music, sketches, fun

Jan '70
Thu 1st

2nd Tolworth Scout HQ
12a Princes Avenue
Tolworth

A Celebratory Gang Show for the Centenary of Scouting featuring Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Leaders from the Royal Borough of Kingston.

Adults £4
Children under 14 £2.50

Gang show; music, sketches, fun

Jan '70
Thu 1st

2nd Tolworth Scout HQ
12a Princes Avenue
Tolworth

A Celebratory Gang Show for the Centenary of Scouting featuring Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Leaders from the Royal Borough of Kingston.

Adults £4
Children under 14 £2.50

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

Berrylands Scout Group Fireworks Display

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Gates open 6.45pm, bonfire 7.30pm and fireworks 8.00pm

Adults £4 Children £3

'Who Let The Dad's Out'

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Dads and children can enjoy a wide selection of games, crafts toys and refreshments.

Festive lights: Tolworth

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Children's entertainment, carols and music provided by Radio Jackie.

At 5.30pm Father Christmas will switch on the Christmas Tree lights at Princes Avenue / Ewell Road junction and make his way up the Broadway to switch on the Tolworth festive lights.

Festive lights

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Festive children's entertainment and carols outside Surbiton Railway Station. Father Christmas will ride on his sleigh up Victoria Road to switch on the Christmas Lights.

Bottle Gardens

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Make a garden in a bottle. Suitable for children aged 7 and over. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Two one-hour sessions available.

Booking required on 0208 547 6444

Surbiton Library
Ewell Road

Wind in the Willows

Jan '70
Thu 1st

CornerHouse
Douglas Road
Surbiton

Kingston Youth Theatre’s next performance at the cornerHOUSE will be the timeless children’s classic "Wind in the Willows". The story remains one of the greats of children’s literature, and was voted one of the UK’s top 21 books in the BBC’s Big Read in 2003.

The irresistible riverbank adventures of the irrepressible Mr Toad and his friends clever Ratty, kindly Mole and wise old Badger are as English as cream teas and village cricket. Does Toad triumph over all his adversities? Will Badger take him in hand? Can Rat and Mole learn to enjoy travelling, or should they just stay ‘messing about in boats’?

Wind in the Willows

Jan '70
Thu 1st

CornerHouse
Douglas Road
Surbiton

Kingston Youth Theatre’s next performance at the cornerHOUSE will be the timeless children’s classic "Wind in the Willows". The story remains one of the greats of children’s literature, and was voted one of the UK’s top 21 books in the BBC’s Big Read in 2003.

The irresistible riverbank adventures of the irrepressible Mr Toad and his friends clever Ratty, kindly Mole and wise old Badger are as English as cream teas and village cricket. Does Toad triumph over all his adversities? Will Badger take him in hand? Can Rat and Mole learn to enjoy travelling, or should they just stay ‘messing about in boats’?

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