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WELCOME TO OUR NOVEMBER ISSUE… As always at this time of year we bring you a very busy issue with no less than 10 pages of local What’s on info plus several more events to be found in our Community pages. Thanks to everyone for getting in touch.

CHESSINGTON CHAT MAGAZINE Editor & Publisher: Sally Hawkins Contributors: Sgt Simon Baxter Beryl Gibson, MRRA Colin Punch, CDRA Editorials and advertisements: 020 8337 7041 75 Cromwell Road, Worcester Park. KT4 7JR sally@chessingtonchat.com www.chessingtonchat.com Printed by: Direct Colour, Unit 2, 60 Cox Lane, Chessington Industrial Estate, KT9 1TW. 020 8391 0011. www.directcolour.com Website: Paramount Website Design www.paramountwebsitedesign.com

December deadline: Monday 11th November Disclaimer: Whilst all reasonable care is taken to ensure the accuracy of information included in CHESSINGTON CHAT, the publishers can take no responsibility for the accuracy of statements made by contributors or advertisers or for the loss arising from non publication of any advertisement. All information is correct at time of going to print.

These include Firework displays, Remembrance Services, School Open Days, Festive Fairs and markets, Christmas Concerts, a model railway exhibition, a photography exhibition, several theatre shows, a Remembrance Tea and indoor street party and Santa’s arrival at Chessington Garden Centre. There’s also still time to register to Run Wild through Chessington World of Adventures Resort (Opposite) We welcome the following new and returning advertisers: Sue Towner, Your Listening Ear p.6, PWN Design Solutions Ltd p.6, Sinatra, Sequins & Swing p.9, Creative Quilting p.10, Get Laid Carpet & Flooring Services p.10, Jigsaw Performing Arts Schools p.11, The Hook Centre p.16 and Total Gas Response Ltd p.23. And bring offers and promotions from: Deli 2 U p.6, Carpets 4 U P.7, Edwards of Surrey p.8, Tolworth Showtrain p.13, Total Gas Response Ltd p.23, The Optical Gallery p.25, All Shapes Yoga p.26, CORT Furniture p.27, Community Motors p.29, Cine Sanctuary p.31 and Elmwood Vehicles p.41. Our thoughts now turn towards all things festive and so please get in touch if you would like some space in our December issue. Deadline is Monday 11th November with delivery w/c 24th November. Till then.


INSIDE: Sinatra, Sequins & Swing………………………………9 Introducing Creative Quilting…………………….…...10 What’s on……………………………….………...12-21 Safer Neighbourhoods……………………………….22 Surbiton Farmers’ Market turns 10…………………...24 Alliance Healthcare employees cycle 260 miles……..28 Epsom Playhouse competition………………………...32 Residents’ Associations………………………..…...36/37 Community pages…………………………..…40/42/44 Useful contacts………………………………………..46 Local listings…………………………………………..48 Index of advertisers and advertising rates…….….…50

PWN DESIGN SOLUTIONS Ltd. Mob.Tel. 07900 192129 IET Member able to provide general electrical advice: Basic fault testing, wiring diagrams + specification of cabling & safety isolation devices, etc. to BS-7671 Wiring Regulations. Know what to buy and from where for non-notifiable work. Economical ÂŁ-rates if work is undertaken.


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Have you written your Will? We will help you take care of this important task. Whatever your last wishes are‌. Make sure they are carried out. Contact SHORTLAND & SAWBRIDGE for Wills, Probate, Lasting Power of Attorney and Funeral Planning. We have been established in Chessington and serving all of Surrey and the home counties for over 23 years and have thousands of satisfied and happy clients. Call: 01372 741418 or Email: wills@shortlandsawbridge.co.uk


We are members of the Institute of Professional Willwriters. Home visits at your convenience. Please call 01372 741418 or email wills@shortlandsawbridge.co.uk We also prepare Lasting Power of Attorney and offer Probate Services.

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The only U.K. Sinatra production recommended by the Sinatra family’s Europe representative visits the Epsom Playhouse on Thursday, 21st November. Sinatra, Sequins & Swing: The Capitol Years Live! recreates the hits and Hollywood glamour of Frank Sinatra’s much-loved zenith at Capitol Records from 1953-61 with one of the U.K.’s most authentic ‘Sinatra impersonator’ vocalists plus a talented supporting cast that features the Capitol Orchestra. The show brings to life Sinatra’s famed Capitol years and its legendary songs, most notably those arranged by the superstar arrangers, Nelson Riddle and Billy May. See Frank Sinatra revisit famous scenes from his TV and film appearances like the ‘One For My Baby’ bar scene; the ‘Lady Is A Tramp’ nightclub scene from ‘Pal Joey’; ‘You’re Sensational’ from ‘High Society’ with Grace Kelly. The talent and charisma of the show’s two vocal stars – Kevin Fitzsimmons (the voice of Sinatra in TV advert with Hollywood film-star Naomi Watts, ITV’s Loose Women, E4 Made In Chelsea, BBC Don’t Tell The Bride & rave reviews nationwide) and the retro pin-up/ vocalist and former Miss Universe participant, Megan McConnell, has consistently mesmerised audiences worldwide. Sinatra, Sequins & Swing: The Capitol Years Live! is on at the Epsom Playhouse, Ashley Avenue, Epsom, KT18 5AL on Thursday, 21st November at 7.30pm. Tickets are £25 from 01372 742555 or www.epsomplayhouse.co.uk.

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INTRODUCING CREATIVE QUILTING Creating Quilting is an independent quilt shop in Hampton Court Village that has just celebrated it’s 30th birthday. The shop is half-way down Bridge Road, at number 32, (KT8 9HA) and over the years has become a haven for patchworkers and quilters of all abilities, running day and evening classes for adults and children, and offering free turn-up-and learn demos. Now the clocks are going back, the countdown to Christmas has begun and Creative Quilting are running a series of Christmas-themed patchwork demos daily at 2pm during the week of 4th Nov. There is free onstreet parking for 3 hours – so plenty of time to drop by, learn and shop too. The staff are all addicted quilters too, so help is on hand if you are a beginner. Along with all the wonderful bright bolts of cotton fabric, which now includes ranges by Tilda, Liberty, Moda and Janet Clare, the shop is also starting to stock embroidery kits and magazines, threads and a simple range of haberdashery. Creative Quilting 32 Bridge Road, East Molesey, Surrey. KT8 9HA 020 8941 7075 www.creativequilting.co.uk 10

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WHAT’S ON IN NOVEMBER And coming up in December ...

Saturday 2nd November. Epsom Scouts Funfair & Fireworks at Hook Road Arena. Gates open and funfair from 5.30pm. Display to begin at 7.30pm. Tickets £8 in advance and £10.00 on the day. Visit www.epsomfireworks.com for tickets and travel details. Tuesday 5th November. The Garden of Remembrance in Bourne Hall Park will be opened at 11am, by the Mayor of Epsom and Ewell and local schoolchildren to honour and remember all those who died in the service of their country. Schools will be performing songs and poems and placing poppy crosses to remember the loss of servicemen and women in all conflicts. After this ceremony, the public can place their own crosses and tokens of remembrance. Tuesday 5th November. Surbiton & District Historical Society present Mr Mike Brown with his lecture “Christmas on the Homefront”. 7.45pm at Surbiton Library Hall, Ewell Road, Surbiton. Visitors welcome, a contribution of £2 appreciated. Details from Secretary: 020 8399 4473/ lenandmarilyn@virginmedia.com Saturday 9th November. Bourne Hall Museum Kids Club presents ‘The Romans are coming!’ The Romans are coming, building that new fangled thing called a road through the area, and changing a way of life forever. Discover what life was like in Roman Ewell. 1pm to 3pm. Cost £5 per child (includes one free adult)! Contact: David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF. Tel 020 8394 1734, email dbrooks@epsom-ewell.gov.uk

Saturday 16th November. 1st Tolworth Scout Group November Fayre. 2-4pm at The Royal British Legion, Hollyfield Road, Surbiton. Father Christmas, Christmas Gifts, Raffle, Traditional Games, Sweet and bottle tombolas. Entry 50p. Tuesday 19th November. The Friends of Nonsuch present Alan Avery with his talk about Puppy rearing. 2.30pm in the Service Wing of Nonsuch Mansion followed by refreshments. Free for members. £6 nonmembers. Visit www.friendsofnonsuch.co.uk Tuesday 19th November. Surbiton & District Historical Society present Mr Keith Hathaway with an illustrated lecture on "The Arbiter of Taste – Lord Burlington and Chiswick House in the 18thC”. This afternoon meeting starts at 2pm at Surbiton Library Hall, Ewell Road, Surbiton. Visitors welcome. Details as above. Saturday 23rd November. Santa arrives at Chessington Garden Centre and officially opens his Christmas Wonderland. For details and bookings please visit www.chessingtongardencentre.co.uk Tuesday 26th November. Charity Curry Night at 7.15pm at Tamarind Spice, 234 Chessington Road, West Ewell in aid of Age Concern Epsom & Ewell. £25pp (excludes Drinks, Coffee and Desserts.) For more info or to reserve your seat email: charlotte.hornblow@ageconcernepsom.org.uk Every Thursday and Saturday from 28th November till 21st December. Court Farm Garden Centre Christmas market with a wide variety of stalls and activities. Court Farm Garden Centre, Old Kingston Road, Worcester Park. KT4 7QH. Tuesday 10th - Saturday 14th December. Bourne Hall Gift Market. Bourne Hall, Ewell. Open 10am to 5pm, 4pm Saturday. Stalls selected for their originality, quality, usabilty, great value and great service. Easy and cheap parking and free entry. Christmas shopping on your doorstep.

Toad Hall Nursery Come along to our Christmas Fair Saturday 30th November 10-30-1.30pm Santa Visit From 11.30am-12.15pm Tombola, Arts & Crafts, Games, Face Painting and Refreshments Contact us on 020 8391 4447 or email Bridgeroad@toadhall-nursery.co.uk 74-76 Bridge Road Chessington KT9 2EP 12

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The Hook Centre Christmas Fair Saturday 7th December 10am-2pm Come and celebrate the Christmas festivities with your local community. Buy unique Christmas presents from our arts and craft stalls. Lots of family fun including a face painter, games, rhyme time for pre-schoolers at 10.30am, lucky dip, a book fair, festive food and much more.


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Art Class lizchristian@ntlworld.com Friday 10am-12pm Dog Training info@ck9training.co.uk Wednesday 7:30pm-8:30pm


Children’s Self Defence glenndc80@googlemail.com Saturday 11am-1pm

General enquiries Tel: 07732 019152 Email: stmaryschessington@hotmail.co.uk

Yoga Superstars Yoga & mindfulness for children emsiehill83@yahoo.com Friday 4:45-5.35pm

Moves Fitness with Nicky nickymoves@hotmail.co.uk Monday 7:30-8:30pm

Sew Spice “SewAlong Saturdays” – every 2nd Saturday of the month 10:30am -1:30pm. collettespice@aol.com 07581 405784

Moves Fitness Gold with Sara-Jane 07958 480662 sara-jane.17@hotmail.co.uk Tuesday 10-11am New class just started - 11:30am-12:30pm

Affected by Addiction Support Group For families and friends of addicts First Sunday of each month 7-9pm. (For more information contact Zoe on 07412 094874)

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residents and schools on his ward. I want to thank him for all the hard work he has undertaken and I wish him well for the future. I am actively seeking a replacement for Paul at the moment and I will keep you posted on how this is progressing. Elderly Fraud; BEWARE Tolworth ward had a series of frauds reported that were targeting the elderly. A polite and presentable male would visit lone and elderly residents and would A Closure Order is an order made to a court under the state that they had locked their car keys in the boot of a car outside. The story may be embellished that they Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 – the court must be satisfied that at least one of the three are visiting nearby and make reference to a vehicle conditions are met. One of the conditions is that use of a being outside which is not their own. So to try and resolve the issue the male would request the use of the premises has resulted (or if the order is not made) is occupiers phone to call a family member to bring the likely to result in serious nuisance to members of the spare car keys – when the phone call is unanswered or public. the person is unavailable the male would then ask to use PC Paul Roberts has put a lot of time and effort in the residents phone so as to call a taxi. Once the applying for a closure order on a problem address in request has been made the male will then ask to borrow the area around Chessington North rail station. Paul money for the taxi as they will state they have no acted on information and he listened to the concerns of money. To trick the occupier that the money will be the community. From this engagement with the local returned the male offers to leave a valuable item such community it was established that Police patrols alone as their fathers watch. The elderly resident is so would not solve the problem. A long term problem convinced that the male is genuine they decline the solving approach was needed and this utilised strong watch and hand over £40.00 - £60.00 and the money legislation that when applied with the housing provider is never returned. Unfortunately once the male is in the would resolve the neighbourhood drug issues that were premises they will take other items such as purses and really affecting the residents of the area in and around cash that is on display in the home. North Parade. Please keep yourself safe and stick to the following to Paul was assisted by other officers on the team as this prevent becoming a victim of crime: was a massive amount of work that required two visits to Do not allow strangers in your home. court and PC Martin from Chessington South ward was required to also assist at court. Unfortunately the closure Never give out any money to strangers. If you are suspicious call Police. order was not granted by the court. The housing provider are aware of the situation and they have plans Neighbourhood Watch of their own to deal with the neighbourhood issues – Kingston.NHW@Met.Police.uk. they have already successfully applied for an injunction on one of the people who were causing community tensions in the area and other plans are in the pipeline. Contact Details Non-emergency call 101 When I have further information I will let you know. Emergency please call Police on 999. I fully appreciate the efforts of all my team who have Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 worked in partnership with the housing provider, but I Alternatively you can contact the team on the following am very disappointed with the court result. I thank my numbers and via Twitter. team and housing provider for all their diligence and hard work as we are working together to resolve the Chessington North and Hook - 07342 713970 neighbourhood issues in the area of North Parade. I do Chessington.snt@met.police.uk stress that if you have any information or any concerns @ChessingtonN on crimes occurring in the area please do call in via the numbers at the bottom of the page or via 101. All calls Chessington South - 0208 721 2001 from members of the public are graded and are either Chessington.south.snt@met.police.uk attended by response team or will be actioned with @ChessingtonS information that will be used when planning patrols or Tolworth - 0208 721 2045 future Police activity such as warrants. Tolworth.snt@met.police.uk Staff Changes: @mpsTolworth

Chessington North, Chessington South & Tolworth ward update

Unfortunately PC Roberts has decided to leave the team to develop his Police career as a schools officer in Richmond. In the time he has been on the team Paul has worked tirelessly with the community of Chessington North, he has actively patrolled his ward engaging with 22

Simon Baxter Ward Sergeant: Chessington North, Chessington South; Tolworth & Hook Rise

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Surbiton Farmers’ Market turns ten! Award-winning Surbiton Farmers’ Market has proudly celebrated ten years of supporting their local community. From humble beginnings, the market first hit our streets (well, Maple Road to be specific) back in October 2009. 118 markets and eight awards later, the market has brought tons of fabulous fresh local produce to the people of Surbiton and donations to local good causes have now exceeded £70,000. Last month the not-for-profit community market donated to the following charities: £1,500 to Kingston Association for the Blind towards their talking newspaper project £1,155 to Momentum Children's Charity for ten 'playtime with princesses' therapy sessions at Kingston hospital £975 to TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young People towards their siblings support groups £817 to Mind in Kingston for two wellbeing courses £250 to Guide Dogs for the Blind (Kingston Branch) for craft materials to create items they can sell at fundraising events Our recent 10th birthday market on Saturday 19th October turned out to be a good one with all of our favourite stalls plus live opera from the balcony of The French Table. All proceeds will go to our charity of the month, Kingston Carers’ Network, sending a group of young carers off on an unforgettable day out. Our next two markets run from 9am till 1pm on Saturday 16th November & Saturday 21st December. Visit www.surbitonfarmersmarket.co.uk, like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter and Instagram to find out more.


LEARNING THROUGH PLAY Established since 1970 FOR CHILDREN AGED 2-5 YEARS HOOK PARISH HALL, HOOK ROAD, CHESSINGTON, SURREY. KT9 1PL *Affordable and flexible payment for nonfunded children* *OPEN TERM TIME* *FREE FLEXIBLE NURSERY SESSIONS FOR 3 and 4 YEAR OLDS *FREE FLEXIBLE NURSERY SESSIONS FOR 2 YEAR OLDS (if eligible) (15 hours per week EARLY EDUCATION FUNDING) 30 hours Offer now available 9am-12pm Monday to Friday 12.30pm-3.30pm Monday to Thursday or 9am to 3.30pm Lunch Clubs 12pm-12.30pm Monday to Thursday ENQUIRIES TO OWNER/MANAGER: MRS.S.MCNAMARA ON 0208 397 5226 hookpreschool@hotmail.com www.hookpreschool.co.uk OFSTED RATING: GOOD January 2017 Registration No.131787

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Alliance Healthcare UK Helps 50,000 Mothers and Children at Risk of Malnutrition. Five Alliance Healthcare employees raised £10,000 for Vitamin Angels by cycling 260 miles over four days from the company’s site in Leeds to the Support Centre office and service centre in Chessington. The cyclists’ journey was broken down with stops at some of the company sites, where local teams organised fundraising events to support the charity which included barbecues and cake sales. At the finish line in Chessington, the team was met by a cheering crowd of employees, Managing Director Julian Mount and the Vitamin Angels mascot, Angelique. Later in the day there was a celebratory barbecue and a range of fundraising activities, including tombola, health and beauty product sale, and a lucky dip. With just 20p Vitamin Angels can provide life-saving vitamins to mothers and children under five who are at risk of malnutrition, which is one of the causes of preventable child deaths. The donations from Alliance Healthcare employees will help the charity to provide this support. Andrew McMichael, Belfast Service Centre Manager, one of the cyclists from Alliance Healthcare UK, said: “I’m immensely proud to take part in this amazing event for an incredible cause. The support and well wishes we received kept us getting up in the morning and cycling on late into the evening, and with all the support we received during the challenge, I was almost sad when it was all over! Fantastic commitment from everyone taking part.” Katelyn Harbison from Vitamin Angels said: “This cycle challenge will help Vitamin Angels reach an additional 50,000 children with life changing nutritional support. We are so grateful to the cyclists and the entire Alliance Healthcare team for helping us break the cycle of malnutrition!” Alliance Healthcare thanks sponsor LCM and other sponsors for their generous donation which was instrumental to the success of the event.

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PIANO LESSONS AVAILABLE IN CHESSINGTON for children & adults. Contact Julie Cooper Dip ABRSM, Cert (PPTC), Cert Teaching ABRSM. Email juliecooperpiano@hotmail.co.uk or call 0208 397 5655. Member of EPTA (UK), ISM & The Curious Piano Teachers.

Leatherhead Operatic Society presents OKLAHOMA! Wednesday 27th - Saturday 30th November at 7.30pm and Sat Mat at 2.30pm. Tickets £19 Senior £16 (Wed & Thur perf only) Child £13 Leatherhead Operatic Society are proud to announce that our show for winter 2019 will be the beloved Rodgers & Hammerstein classic, Oklahoma! Set in a Western Indian territory just after the turn of the century, the high-spirited rivalry between the local farmers and cowboys provides the colourful background against which Curly, a handsome cowboy, and Laurey, a winsome farm girl, play out their love story. With songs including Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’, The Surrey with the Fringe on Top, People Will Say We’re in Love and of course, Oklahoma, it promises to be a riproarin’, yah-hooin’, foot-tappin’ humdinger of a show! Win Tickets! We have two tickets to see Oklahoma! at the Epsom Playhouse on Weds 27th Nov. Just send your name, email address and telephone number marked: “Chessington Chat Oklahoma! Competition” to: fmaloney@epsom-ewell.gov.uk by Weds 20th Nov. First name pulled out of the hat will win the tickets! Congratulations to Sandy Avery who won October’s Sound of Music tickets. 01372 742555



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Counselling can help! I have helped people experiencing anxiety, addictions, depression, bereavement, lack of confidence, anger management, childhood issues – and more. Based in Chessington. No waiting list. Fully qualified, highly experienced. BACP registered. What’s stopping YOU from living a happier life? Contact me now! Barbara Riddell Therapeutic Counsellor 07906 576167 b.riddell@hotmail.co.uk See more at my website: www.barbarariddellcounselling.org

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CHESSINGTON HYPNOTHERAPY CLINIC Hypnotherapist, Psychologist Stress, Weight, Smoking, Phobias, Insomnia, Depression, Lack of Confidence, Panic Attacks, Exam nerves, Migraine, Regression and self hypnosis. Catherine Bayliss D.H.D.P., M.B.C.H. Principal of the British College of Hypnotherapy Established. 1981

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RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATIONS MALDEN RUSHETT RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION Autumn has arrived with a blast of cold air to wake us all up after a very warm and humid summer. Now starts the sweeping up of leaves as the trees shed their foliage revealing the starkness of the winter ahead of us. Birds sweeping in and out of gardens looking for those extra peanuts and fat balls, and a grey squirrel taking the last strawberry from my hanging baskets and eating it whilst cocking a snoop at me through a window. Wildlife the very essence of our countryside and we are so lucky in Malden Rushett having two farms on our doorsteps to demonstrate to our children what farming is all about. Walks and cycling in Ashtead Woods with your children and dogs and a pint or two in The Star pub before going home for Sunday roast. As you leave Ashtead Woods to cross over to the Star pub you are obliged to cross over the A243 at the Surrey border. For a long time now we have been campaigning for a proper pedestrian crossing so that our residents and visitors to Malden Rushett can cross the A243 safely. Sadly, it is falling on deaf ears both by Surrey County Council and Transport for London who are the responsible body. At the moment all that is there to enable you to cross is a very small island in the middle of the road, not big enough to take one person let along a family with children, pushchairs and pets. The speed limit is 40 miles per hour, quite ridiculous and very dangerous especially at night. We have warned these authorities and Kingston Council of how dangerous crossing the A243 is at this point but up until now no pedestrian crossing has materialised, yet they seem to spring up at the drop of a hat in the main part of Chessington, in fact several crossings are situated within a short distance of each other in places along the A243. Concerns are growing about the speed limits being ignored in Fairoak Lane, particularly with traffic approaching the junction from Oxshott. We have raised this with both RBK and TFL on many occasions as they have what appears to be joint responsibility for the road. The junction cries out for dedicated right hand turns for both Rushett Lane and Fairoak Lane as the light sequence at the junction is so quick you are lucky to get two cars through at a time and motorists are jumping the lights. Accidents and near misses are an everyday occurrence. The A243 on Telegraph Hill is subsiding, it is dangerous particularly for motorbikes and cyclists. Again TFL informed time and time again. Undergrowth growing on the A243 so vehicles are being scratched and damaged, who is responsible for cutting it back, no one will admit to it, no one will do it. I would like to remind all those in authority and some who are unelected, that the MRRA is very aware of RBK and the Mayor of London’s messages. Our message back is very simple - do you really want to destroy our wonderful countryside and wildlife? Brown sites abound, properties are left empty for years, seek to find out who are responsible for these. Empty and abandoned potential building sites abound in London, use these sites before destroying everything else. You may remember in last month’s Chessington Chat I wrote about the problems we had with bad behaviour when a large group of people arrived in Malden Rushett over the Bank holiday upsetting our local businesses and residents. It would appear that the leaseholders of the site where this ‘event’ was held were in breach of the lease agreement with the owners of the land. According to the landowner’s agent this has been discussed with the leaseholders and they have been made aware of the terms of their lease should they consider holding others events of the same nature. Consideration for those around you goes a long way to foster good relations with neighbours. Recently I heard Boris Johnson announce that Epsom & St Helier are to get a new hospital, wonderful news, but is it good news for residents of Malden Rushett? Unlike other parts of the borough we have no direct transport links to either Kingston Hospital or Epsom Hospital and this is particularly bad and inconvenient for elderly residents who do not have their own transport. When is Malden Rushett going to be treated with the same respect as other parts of the Kingston Borough, why are we always the poor relation? The MRRA posts news on our Malden Rushett Residents Facebook page to keep our residents informed. Please take a look on http://fb/me/MaldenRushettResidents/Association. Beryl Gibson. Chairman MRRA. E mail: bfors@outlook.com. Mobile: 0775 1024358


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Chessington District Residents’ Association Those who travel down Jubilee Way towards Tolworth will have seen the new Lidl headquarters rising out of the ground. Whilst they provided scaled drawings in the planning stage for the public to view, and have always been open and above board regarding the size and number of people who will eventually work there, it is not until you see it being built that you realise just how large it will be. Their current headquarters in Wimbledon consists of a number of buildings in different locations so this building will bring them all together under one roof. They have designed their car parking for a greater number than they are officially required to have. Their staff number of about 450 will increase over the years to about 700 thereby giving local residents the opportunity of employment. They realise such a large number of people entering and leaving the site in the mornings and evenings is a potential problem in Jubilee Way so they will have a flexible start and finish time which will hopefully alleviate it. Some people will be coming by train or by bus, as they already do at Wimbledon. However, there is bound to be increased traffic congestion in the surrounding area. Instead of turning left onto Jubilee Way, some employees may well turn right towards Chessington in an attempt to find a less busy route. At a recent South of the Borough Neighbourhood meeting, representatives of TfL were there and, among other things, gave a proposal to reduce the congestion at the Tolworth roundabout. They acknowledged that with the building of Lidl’s headquarters, the existing Premier Inn and the eventual 900 units on the old Tesco site, there will be an increase in traffic. They said it would not solve the problem but be a small improvement and would be put out for consultation. Their suggestion is to fill in the subway by the bowling alley and create another lane turning left to give traffic access to the A3. They would also provide a road-level pedestrian crossing to replace the subway. A member of the audience commented that being someone who is partially sighted, he feels safer using the subways than using the pedestrian lights as the sun can sometimes obscure the lights. This additional lane would not be very long, maybe half a dozen cars, so would not seem be a very effective solution for the cost to create it. It would seem that TfL are clutching at straws for a solution. In their defence, however, there is no obvious answer as the roundabout is probably working at maximum capacity. Chairman – Colin Punch – Tel. 020 8397 2659 – www.chessingtondra.org.uk To receive a copy of our minutes contact us on e-mail chessingtondra@gmail.com

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We are a friendly group of over 50's who meet up on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10am and 4pm at The King's Centre, Chessington. There is ample car parking space and we are also on the K4 bus route. Ladies and gentlemen please don't be shy,why not come along, as it is free for the first month, to see if you would enjoy the chat, tea coffee and biscuits, companionship, varied activities and outings that are arranged.

KINGSTON CAMERA CLUB PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION. If you have time to pop into the Kingston Art Gallery between Friday 8th and Saturday 23rd November, you are likely to be impressed at the talented photographic work done by members of Kingston Camera Club in the past year. This long established photographic club formed over 125 years ago, have a justly high reputation for producing superb images in subjects such as landscape, wildlife, nature, portraiture, black and white monochrome, street photography and also imaginatively creative pictures. The gallery exhibits wall mounted printed photographs, but visitors can also view many beautiful projected digital images on a monitor. Visitors are invited to vote for their favourite picture in the exhibition, and are welcome to chat about the club, and photographic topics to Kingston club members who steward the exhibition. Admission is free. www.kingstoncameraclub.co.uk Kingston Art Gallery, Wheatfield Way, Kingston KT1 2PS (next to Kingston Library). The Gallery is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, and on Thursdays, open late from 10 am until 7pm.

Regular weekly activities are: Freestyle Art Group (Tuesdays), exercises, Bingo and board games. Other activities include: quizzes, crazy golf, curling, snooker and darts. We are always happy to listen to the ideas of our members if there is something you would like to do. All of the above activities are covered by a monthly membership fee of £10, which goes towards the cost of hiring the facility and includes the costs of tea, coffee and biscuits. Additionally, throughout the year, as well as our regular meetings at the Centre, we arrange several social outings. These can include; annual coach trips to the seaside, boat trips, visits to garden centres, pub lunches, cream teas, ten pin bowling, visits to local attractions, shows and pantomime. These outings would be partially subsidised by the club but paid for separately by members. If you are interested please come along or for more information contact....... Marjorie Hunt tel: 020 8397 2350 or Maureen Barney tel: 020 8287 0162

HOOK ALLOTMENTS & GARDENS ASSOCIATION Our friendly allotment association was founded over 50 years ago and is run by volunteers. We provide a wide range of composts, fertilisers, seeds; gardening products at not-for-profit club prices to members. Membership costs £2.50 a year and our trading facility is situated next to the entrance to the allotment plots, just beyond the rugby club pavilion, at the rear of King Edward’s recreation ground, Hook Road, Chessington. Sun: 10am-12noon We currently have full and half plots available to rent. To arrange a viewing call John on 07807 300749 .


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CIRKT CELEBRATES KINGSTON’S LIVE MUSIC SCENE - 9th to 17th NOVEMBER 9 days * 11 venues * 15 new music acts Funded by the Mayor of London, over 9 days CirKT will present a packed programme of events presenting 15 diverse new music acts in local pubs and venues to shine a light on Kingston’s live music scene. The programme opens with a music industry conference, on Saturday 9th November at Kingston Grammar School with workshops, panel discussions and 1 to 1 mentoring for anyone interested in developing their career within the music business. To view the full programme and to book tickets visit www.cirkt.com

BUCKLAND WOMEN’S CLUB Meet at The Chessington Methodist Church Each Tuesday @ 7.30pm Please come and join us and see what we do.


Our November Program is 5th Fish & Chips th 12 London Fire Brigade, Surbiton Station Manager – Justin Coo 19th Social, Quiz, and Sale of goods by Local Charity Fight Against Blindness A Christmas Carol by narrator Jonathan Jones

Any enquiries to Jennifer Savage 020 8391 5362

Chessington Cake and Community Chessington Cake and Community welcomes everyone ages 0-105 to join us for coffee/tea, cake and a natter every Thursday from 9.30am at the Hook Centre Library Café. Get out and about, make some new friends and eat some cake. For information of other events see our facebook page.

Call 020 8337 7041 or email sally@chessingtonchat.com Chessington Art Group Want to paint, wonder how to get started, don't despair, join our group. Beginner or Experienced all are welcome. We have a tutor to help and advise you. We meet Thursday mornings 9.30 to 11.30 at Chessington Methodist Church Hall KT9 2DJ. and Thursday afternoons 1.00 to 3.00 at The Kings Centre KT9 2GZ. For more information contact D Savage 020 8391 5362 or on line at chessingtonartgroup.club

R & N DECORATING For all your painting and decorating No job too small References available

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Hook Singers Do you enjoy singing? If so, why not come and join Hook Singers community choir – no previous experience necessary and no audition required. A warm welcome from our friendly group awaits you every Friday, 10.30am to 12.15pm, at Chessington Methodist Church Hall, Moor Lane, Chessington. Please come and join us for our Christmas Concert, 3.00pm on Saturday 14th December, in the Methodist Church, Moor Lane. We will be singing popular Carols and Christmas songs in preparation for the festive season. Entry to our concert is free, with a retiring collection in aid of Fircroft Trust, a local charity. We look forward to welcoming you very soon! Ruth Mackinlay, Chairperson mob: 07746 234508

Georgie Georgie is a pretty, gentle, grey & white long-haired female aged 10. She needs to be an indooronly cat, in a quiet home, no other pets and with someone around for a good part of the day; ideally someone who is an experienced cat owner to help her gain in confidence and feel secure. She loves to be stroked and brushed – which is great because she needs to be brushed every day. She also enjoys playing with a fishing-rod type toy, with catnip toys and using a scratch post. She is in care because her owner was no longer able to take care of her. She has been checked by the vet and is now ready for homing. If you feel you can give Georgie her well deserved forever home please call 0345 260 1387 Epsom Ewell & District Branch


If you cannot adopt a cat but would still like to help us please go to https://www.justgiving.com/Epsom-Cats-Protection

The Pink Mile Charity Christmas Fair 16th November 11.30am - 3pm

As we have around 7,000 cats and kittens in our care at any one time, we will find you the perfect feline friend. www.cats.org.uk

Reg Charity 203644 (England and Wales) and SC037711 (Scotland)

The Eight O’Clock Ladies Circle.

Adults: £2. Children: 50p St. Paul’s Hook and Southborough Parish Hall, 224, Hook Road, Chessington. KT9 1PL

Royal British Legion Hall, Church Lane at 7.45pm for 8pm on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.

Burgers and hot dogs, Hot and cold drinks, Raffle, £1 stall, Lots of craft stalls and companies, Face paints, Making memory jars and our very own charity stall.

New members always welcome for further information please contact Maureen Peters tel 020 8397 1559.

These pages are FREE for local groups, clubs, residents and charities. Submissions are accepted on the proviso that they can be formatted to fit the available space each month.

7th November - A craft evening. 21st November - Gluten and Dairy free baking.

Eight O’Clock Ladies Circle getting in on the act when they went to Wimbledon Theatre to see Calendar Girls.

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GENERAL Kingston Police Control Room (Non Emergency) 101 Chessington Safer Neighbourhood Teams 020 8721 2001 Chessington & Hook Voluntary Care Scheme 020 8397 6298 The Hook Centre 020 8547 6254 Hook & Chessington Library 020 8547 6480 The Kings Centre 020 8391 5522 Kingston Hospital 020 8546 7711 Thames Doc 020 8390 9991 Thames Water 0845 9200800 Gas Emergency 0800 111 999 Power Loss 0800 028 0247

PLACES OF WORSHIP St Mary The Virgin C of E Garrison Lane, Chessington. 020 8397 3016 www.stmaryschessington.org St Paul’s C of E 280, Hook Road, Hook. 020 8391 2362 www.stpaulschurchhook.org.uk St Catherine of Siena R C 100 Leatherhead Road, Chessington. 020 8397 3971 www.stcatherineofsiena.org.uk Chessington Evangelical The Kings Centre, Coppard Gdns, Chessington. 020 8391 5522 www.thekingscentre.org.uk Chessington Methodist Moor Lane, Chessington. 020 8296 9344 www.chessingtonmethodist.org.uk Hook Evangelical Church Brook Rd, Tolworth. 020 8397 8909 www.hookchurch.org

COUNCILLORS Chessington North and Hook Ward: Stephanie Archer Stephanie.Archer@kingston.gov.uk Margaret Thompson Margaret.Thompson@kingston.gov.uk Sharon Young Sharon.Young@kingston.gov.uk Chessington South Ward: Patricia Bamford Patricia.Bamford@kingston.gov.uk Andreas Kirsch Andreas.Kirsch@kingston.gov.uk www.chessingtonparksurgery.co.uk Christine Stuart The Orchard Practice Orchard Christine.Stuart@kingston.gov.uk Gardens, Chessington. KT9 1AG Tolworth & Hook Rise Ward 0208 397 9494 Lorraine Dunstone www.orchardpracticechessington.co.uk Lorraine.Dunstone@kingston.gov.uk Hook Surgery Merritt Medical Dennis Goodship Centre, Merritt Gardens, Chessington. Dennis.Goodship@kingston.gov.uk KT9 2GY. 0208 397 6361 Thay Thayalan www.hooksurgery.co.uk Thay.Thayalan@kingston.gov.uk DOCTORS SURGERIES Kingston Primary Care Weekend Service. Surbiton Health Centre Ewell Road, Surbiton KT6 6EZ 0203 841 9942 Sat & Sun 08:00hrs – 20:00hrs Walk in and wait or ring for appointment. Last appt19:30hrs Chessington Park Surgery Merritt Medical Centre, Merritt Gardens, Chessington. KT9 2GY 0208 739 1977

KINGSTON COUNCIL South of the Borough Neighbourhood Committee meetings https://moderngov.kingston.gov.uk/ieListMeetings.aspx?CId=179&Year=0 Kingston Council - all committee meetings https://moderngov.kingston.gov.uk/iedochome.aspx Kingston Council home page https://www.kingston.gov.uk/ Visit www.chessingtonchat.com for copy deadlines, our rate card, advert sizes, customer testimonials, distribution map and back issues.

MP for Kingston & Surbiton: Edward Davey MP contact@eddavey.org 020 8288 2736 SCHOOLS Castle Hill Primary Buckland Road, Chessington. KT9 1JE 0208 397 2006 Ellingham Primary Ellingham Road, Chessington. KT9 2JA 020 8397 3864 Lovelace Primary Mansfield Road, Chessington. KT9 2RN 020 8397 3265 St Mary’s C of E Primary Church Lane, Chessington. KT9 2DH 020 8397 9597 St Paul’s C of E Primary Orchard Road, Chessington. KT9 1AJ 020 8397 3553 St Philip’s School Harrow Close, Chessington. KT9 2HR 020 8397 2672 Chessington School, Garrison Lane, Chessington. KT9 2JS 020 8974 1156 PHARMACIES Ace Pharmacy. 1-3, Ace Parade, Hook Rd, Chessington. 020 8397 4564 Boots Pharmacy. 4, Arcade Parade, Hook, Chessington. 020 8397 3793 Boots Pharmacy. 11, North Parade, Chessington. 020 8397 3072 Cohens Chemist. Merritt Medical Centre, Merritt Gdns, Chessington. 020 8397 1212

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LOCAL LISTINGS Alexandra Table Tennis Club. Mon eves. 7.30-9.30pm St Georges Hall, Hamilton Avenue, Tolworth KT6 7PF. All players welcome. Contact Jane 0208 397 3115 Alexandra Blenheim Academy Table Tennis Club. Sat 11.30 am till 1.30 pm for 8-15 year olds. Glyn School, The Kingsway, Ewell, KT17 1NB. £5 per session. Tony 07703 602552 / www.abtabletennisacademy.co.uk Better Bones, St Mary’s Centre, Church Lane. 11.30am Thurs. 0300 123 8086 / KINCCG.Betterbones@nhs.net Bowls - Surbiton Bowling Club, Alexandra Rec, Tolworth. Tues eves 5:50pm. David Lark 020 8224 2385. Buckland Womens Club. Tues eves. Chessington Methodist Church. Jennifer Savage 020 8391 5362 Chessington Art Group. Thurs am. Chessington Methodist Church Hall & Thurs pm at The King’s Centre. David Savage 020 8391 5362 Chessington Beavers, Cubs & Scouts. Meet at Scout HQ to rear of 33, Garrison Lane. Beavers - Mon 6pm to 7pm, Cubs - Tues 6.45pm to 8.15pm and Scouts - Fri 7pm to 9pm. See www.chessingtonscouts.org.uk for details or Email: info@chessingtonscouts.org.uk. Chessington Bowling Club, Church Lane - beginners juniors and adults welcome - contact Club Secretary 8397 6705 email: chessingtonbc@aol com Chessington Children's Centre at Castle Hill Primary. Stay & Play sessions, Breastfeeding support, Family Learning etc. 020 8397 2006. Toy Library at Hook Centre, Tues term time, 9.30-11am. 020 8408 8927 Chessington Cricket Club. Sir Francis Barker Sports Ground, Leatherhead Road, KT9 2NB. 020 8397 9194 www.chessingtoncricketclub.co.uk Chessington & Hook United & Hook Youth Football Club. Chalky Lane, Chessington. www.chufc.co.uk. For Match & Training details call Andy on 07958 616829 Chessington Methodist Badminton Club. Tues eves Chessington Methodist Church Hall. Tony 0208 397 3081 Chessington Methodist Women's Fellowship Programme list inside Coffee Bar Door. Sec. Joy Fogg 0208 397 2104. Chessington Youth Action, Reg Charity 1058965. 97 Ruxley Lane, West Ewell. KT19 9HB www.chessingtonyouthaction.org.uk Corinthian-Casuals FC. Amateur football club for 418yrs at King George’s Field, Hook Rise South, Queen Mary’s Close, Tolworth. KT6 7NA. www.ccfcys.co.uk Friends of Shooting Star CHASE - Epsom & Chessington Sarah Johnson, Chairperson and treasurer 07921 774 191. Foc-epsomandchessington@live.co.uk Golden Slippers. New ballet class for mature clients. Surbiton New Life Baptist Church, Balaclava Road, Surbiton KT6 5PW. Tuesdays 10.45 -11.45 am. Contact "Meryl" Tel: 07944246778 Guides, Brownies & Rainbows in Hook & Chessington. Ann Fairhall 020 8391 4730 for details/ waiting lists. 1st Hook Beavers. Wed 6– 7pm, Fri 5.30– 6.30pm. 1st Hook Cubs. Tue 6.45 – 8.15pm, Thurs 6.45– 8.15pm. 1st Hook Scouts. Fri 7.30– 9.30pm. Surbiton South Explorers. Thurs 8 – 10pm. All meetings held at Group HQ, Verona Drive, Surbiton. Group Scout Leader Fergus Lang: fergus.lang@1sthook.org.uk

2nd Hook Beavers - Weds 5:30 - 6:30pm, 2nd Hook Cubs - Tues 7 - 8:30pm, 2nd Hook Scouts - Weds 7 8:30pm. Group Scout Leader Emma Nash, 0794 4031369, gsl@2ndhook.org.uk. Hook Scout & Guide Band. Mon eves 7-9.30pm at 1st Hook Scout HQ, Verona Drive. 9 years +. Anne & Ray Bridger 020 8397 7525. www.band.1sthook.org.uk Hook Allotments & Gardens Association. Sun 10 11am at the rear of King Edward’s Rec Ground. Hook & Chessington WI. 7.30pm every 2nd Thurs in the month. Hook & Southborough Hall, 224 Hook Road, Hook. Sharon Cook 020 8391 0723. Hook & Southborough Bowling Club. King Edward’s Recreation Ground. David 020 8397 1294 / Keith 07906 576270 Hook & Southborough Cricket Club. Somerset Avenue, Chessington. Players wanted. Keith 07828 119552. Hook Singers. Fridays 10.30-12noon at Chessington Methodist Church. New members welcome, no auditions required. Variety of popular songs. Contact Ruth Mackinlay 07746 234508 / Ruthmac20@hotmail.com Further details at www.hooksingers.btck.co.uk King George Field Indoor Bowls Club, Jubilee Way. Open 7 days from 8.30am. Kevin 0208 397 7025 Kingston Association for the Blind for help and advice for the Visually Impaired, Mon-Fri 10.00/midday. 020 8605 0060, kingstonassoc@btconnect.com, www.kingstonassociationforblind.org Kingston Cycling Campaign. For those new to cycling or those who have not ridden for some time with easy pace rides around Surrey. Email: rides@kingstoncycling.org.uk Kingston Rugby Club. King Edwards Recreation Ground, Hook Road. Seniors meet Tues eves, Minis on Sun 10am12 noon. Contact Graeme Maisey 07866 124282. Email graememaisey@hotmail.com. www.kingstonrfc.com Little Rascals Toddler Group @ Hook Evangelical Church, Brook Rd, Surbiton. Drop-in group for parents, babies & pre-schoolers. Songs, crafts, play, chat and cake! £1/family. Fri 9.30-11.30am (term-time) Rosie Pease 07736 424102 Mrs Bennet's Ballroom. Regency style dance. St Marks Church Hall, Surbiton KT6 4LS. 8pm-10.30pm. £5. 020 8391 1215. www.mrsbennet.co.uk. Racal Decca RFC. Senior, social rugby in a friendly, inclusive environment. Home matches Saturday's, Tolworth Court, KT4 7QH. Web; rdrfc.com Email; rdrfcinfo@gmail.com Tel; Robert Holmes 07980 802241 Old Kingstonians Hockey Club. Ditton Fields, Summer Road, Thames Ditton. Social club. Mens/ladies teams. Train Weds. Games on Sat, juniors on Sun. Georgina Perry on 020 8397 2367 www.okhockey.com Surbiton & District Historical Society. 020 8399 4473 Surbiton Floral Club. 1st Wed in month. Raeburn Hall , United Reformed Church, cnr of Elgar/Raeburn Avenue, Berrylands. 7.30pm. Floral demonstrations; talks; workshops & outings. 020 8399 8193 St Paul’s Mothers’ Union Branch. 10am every 2nd Tues. St Paul’s Centre. Carole Noakes 020 8391 2362. The Eight O’Clock Ladies Circle. Thurs eves at the Royal British Legion Hall. Maureen Peters. 020 8397 1559. The St Paul’s Players. Jean Harwood 020 8391 5133 West Chessington Childrens Centre. Lovelace Primary School. Stay & play sessions, Cook & eat courses, Messy Play and Welly walks. Jennifer Devane 020 8391 2145


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Chessington Chat November 2019 - Issue 147  

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Chessington Chat November 2019 - Issue 147  

KT9's Independent community magazine and business directory