view counter

News archive

Format: 2020-02-17
Format: 2020-02-17

Surbiton beats Kingston to take Surrey chess cup

Surbiton has triumphed over Kingston in the Surrey Chess Alexander Cup final.

Surbiton family meets 'hero' who helped deliver their baby daughter over the phone

A "hero" 999 call handler has been introduced to the baby girl he helped deliver over the phone.

Surbiton High School pupils win London category of NHS careers competition

Three Surbiton High School pupils won a London competition run by the NHS.

Schoolgirl chosen to represent Great Britain in gymnastics

A Tolworth Girls' School pupil will represent Great Britain at the European Gymnastics Championships later in the year.

Woman with debilitating conditions to cycle 2,018 miles for assistance dog charities

A disabled cyclist whose assistance dog was viciously attacked three times is to ride more than 2,000 miles to raise money for charities that have helped her gain independence.

Surbiton care home choir leader describes 'magic' of music for people with dementia

Music and singing are known to have exceptional benefits for people with dementia - even those who are no longer able to verbally communicate.

Sinkhole appears in Surbiton Crescent - cause under investigation

Traffic diversions are in place as Thames Water investigates why the hole appeared, and works out what repairs are required.

Comedy, dance, music, circus and more: 200 events for tenth International Youth Art Festival programme

More than 200 performances and events have been confirmed for the 2018 International Youth Arts Festival in Kingston.

Tattoo training academy coming to vacant Berrylands shop

A tattoo training academy is to be set up in a vacant shop in Berrylands.

Homeowners near Crossrail 2 stations could be hit by new tax

People living near Crossrail 2 stations could be hit by a new tax, under proposals being considered by Transport for London (TfL).