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Wind in the Willows

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Douglas Road

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’?

Mask Drawing

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Tolworth Library
37-39 The Broadway

Craft event drawing African mask figures. Places are limited to 6 children and 5-12 yrs old. Ticket will be available two weeks before the event at Tolworth Library.

Call 0208 547 6470

Royal Kingston Scouts Accordion Concert

Jan '70
Thu 1st

1st Hook Scout Hall
Kent Way

£5, tickets need to be purchased before 23 September

Contact Judy Joslin:

Sealion Scouts' New Website

Surbiton's largest Scout Group, 1st Surbiton (Sealion) Sea Scouts have redesigned their website for 2006. It provides details of all the activities offered to local young people with photos of recent events and challenges.

You can visit it at the new address

73-year-old Scout Master rejuvenates Berrylands unit

Reg Gage organises Scouts' spring recruitment drive.

After over 40 years of leadership, Reg has proven himself to be the best man to promote the new Phoenix Explorer Scout Unit in Sterling Walk.

The doubtful future of the unit was allayed when he stepped in to lead the group saying, "I didn't want the boys to be lost from scouting because we could've packed up altogether and that would've been a real shame."

Read more in the Kingston Guardian...

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.

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