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Pounds for Pups from Surbiton Opticians

More than £310 was raised for Guide Dogs during a fundraiser held by a local opticians at the Surbiton Festival.

Surbiton art attack

Surbiton is having an art attack!

Fun, felicity and frolics at the festival

I woke up this morning and thought ‘Do you know what, I really fancy guzzling a huge piece of cake, having an outdoor massage, winning a bottle of ketchup in a tombola, getting high off the fumes from a 1960s Borgward, having a lot of people walk into me, and watching some Morris dancers caper about on a station forecourt ’.

Surbiton Festival: Grand Parade and Street Market

Jan '70
Thu 1st
It's that time of the year again.

Surbiton Festival: Wine Tasting Evening

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Hosted by Oddbins, a fun and informative evening all about wine.

£8 per person (please pay on door)

Places to be booked in advance by calling either Liz on 020 8390 2963 or John on 020 8390 0311.

Surbiton Festival: RNLI Rally

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The RNLI Rally takes place along Queen’s Promenade has become part of the Surbiton Festival’s annual programme. This two-day event is very popular with over 60 boats in attendance and a whole host of activities taking place alongside Surbiton's beautiful stretch of the River Thames.

Surbiton Festival: RNLI Rally

Jan '70
Thu 1st

The RNLI Rally takes place along Queen’s Promenade has become part of the Surbiton Festival’s annual programme. This two-day event is very popular with over 60 boats in attendance and a whole host of activities taking place alongside Surbiton's beautiful stretch of the River Thames.

Prince for a day

Prince Edward reveals plaque

Earl of Wessex marks clock tower centenary.

2008 Vintage Sailing Regatta

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Come and watch the Thames Sailing Club Vintage Regatta, a festival celebrating the history of sailboat racing on the Thames.

2008 Vintage Sailing Regatta

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Come and watch the Thames Sailing Club Vintage Regatta, a festival celebrating the history of sailboat racing on the Thames.

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