Latest News In Worcester Park

5th Dec 2018
4:16pm

East Molesey care home worker wins industry award

A member of staff at an East Molesey care home for veterans has won a prestigious award at the Hilton London Metropole in Edgware last week.
5th Dec 2018
3:52pm

Police investigate after man allegedly kidnapped and thrown out of car

A police investigation is underway after a man was allegedly kidnapped, threatened, assaulted and thrown out of a car.
5th Dec 2018
3:18pm

Thames Ditton pupils raise £54.15 for Princess Alice Hospice

Two Thames Ditton pupils have raised £54.15 for the Princess Alice Hospice by holding a teddy bear and book sale at their school.
5th Dec 2018
3:00pm

Kingston Hospital hires investigator after reports of ‘harassment and bullying’

Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has launched a review of its workforce culture, after a staff survey.
5th Dec 2018
2:15pm

1,050 Kingston children to be in temporary lodgings over Christmas

1,050 children in Kingston will wake up on Christmas morning in temporary lodgings this year, new analysis by Shelter has revealed.
5th Dec 2018
1:30pm

Concerns proposal could make it easier for Kingston to force homeowners to sell their home

A proposal that could make it easier for Kingston Council to force homeowners to sell their property is going to Full Council next week.
5th Dec 2018
1:22pm

Kingston trialling opening of Villiers Road centre for foot and cycle access

Kingston’s only large recycling centre has been off-limits to pedestrians for a year and a half, meaning even people who live just down the road have to drive there.
5th Dec 2018
12:43pm

Elmbridge and Runnymede Talking Newspaper says goodbye to two long serving members

Volunteers and listeners of Elmbridge and Runnymede Talking Newspaper were saddened this month by the news of the deaths of two volunteers, who were remembered with affection and gratitude for their many years’ support.
5th Dec 2018
11:32am

Campaigners attack National Trust for ties to hunters after fox killed in Surrey Hills

Campaigners have called on The National Trust to cut its ties with hunters in Surrey after a fox was killed in the Peaslake area at the weekend.
5th Dec 2018
10:42am

Campaigners concerned to see Seething Wells on list of potential sites for development

Campaigners are "concerned” to see Surbiton’s Seething Wells filter beds on a list of potential sites for development.
5th Dec 2018
10:15am

How big is too big? Aldi's foot-long pigs in blankets will be in stores this week

Aldi is bringing out something special this festive season and is super-sizing possibly one of the best snacks ever made - the pig in a blanket.
4th Dec 2018
11:16am

Shocking pictures reveal scale of fly tipping at Chessington recycling centre

Shocking pictures published on social media at the weekend reveal the scale of fly-tipping at Cox Lane Recycling Centre.

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