Tag "New Malden"

Rogue trader calls on the rise in New Malden

Residents are urged to stay vigilant when receiving unsolicited calls with ‘issues’ that can be resolved by ‘confirming details’ over the phone. One member of the New Malden Residents Association said that she has been contacted twice in two days

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Growth, Development and Affordable Housing on agenda at next Neighbourhood Conversations

Following Surbiton and South of the Borough’s neighbourhood conversations, the series of four topical forums conclude next Wednesday (25th November) in Kingston and New Malden, with the topics of growth and development and affordable housing on the agenda. The forums have

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YOUR VOICE: I saw the sun rise today

“I wrote this last year for the 100 years since the start of WW1 but it is worth repeating I feel on behalf of my ancestors and others.” — Valerie Jenner, New Malden I SAW THE SUN RISE TODAY I

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In pictures: Residents around borough pay tribute to fallen in Remembrance Sunday services

Hundreds of residents this morning paid tribute to all those who gave their lives in Britain’s wars, both past and present. New Malden was the first to hold its service, led by Christ Church reader, Katy Loffman. Following this, wreaths

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REVEALED: Pocket ashtrays in ‘Bid to reduce smoking litter’ cost taxpayer over £1k

In a bid to stop people dropping their cigarette butts on the ground, Kingston Council handed out free personal pocket ashtrays to smokers in Kingston Town Centre on Thursday 8 October, and in New Malden, Surbiton and Tolworth on Thursday

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Old Malden councillor resigns Conservative whip on Kingston Council

Councillor Mary Clark, who until a matter of weeks ago was co-chair of the Malden and Coombe Neighbourhood committee, yesterday resigned the Conservative whip and will now serve as an independent for the remainder of her term on Kingston Council.

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Kingston’s first Mental Health Festival launches

Kingston Council, Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Mind in Kingston have today launched the first Kingston Mental Health Festival, which runs until Wednesday 14 October, which also coincides with World Mental Health Day on Saturday 10 October. Councillor Cathy Roberts,

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Kingston Royals Swimming Club welcomes publication of Cocks Crescent paper

Over 500 contributors from all walks of community life responded to the comprehensive Cocks Crescent redevelopment consultation and the overwhelming call from this consultation was to keep and prioritise the leisure centre in New Malden. KRSC Vice-Chair Julian Oldfield said

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