Page 1

LookLocal Festive Issue 2018

Esher & Claygate

Your award-winning local community magazine

Delivered Free







© Aardman Animations LTD 2018








From the EDITOR

WELCOME TO OUR FESTIVE ISSUE. Well, where did that year go then? Once again it’s time for Christmas shopping and preparations for the festive holidays …. For the last few years, I’ve done most of my Christmas Shopping locally. We are very lucky to have such a wide selection of fabulous retailers to choose from, and what better way to support our local community and businesses? And at the same time, saving myself from crowds of people and the traffic queues of course ! There is a whole host of Christmas Concerts and lovely local events taking place this year and we have enjoyed selecting some gems for you; we’ve packed as many options into our pages as possible; I do hope something takes your fancy! Incidentally, Oxshott and Cobham Music Society are taking bookings for their New Year Concerts; these include Spiritato Baroque Ensemble (UK) as well as, Tyler Hay, Piano. Something lovely to look forward too ? Details within. Finally, we also include a great competition for all you MG enthusiasts out there! A substantial & lovely book about the history of these much loved cars is up for grabs! This really would make a wonderful Christmas Gift. See page 26/7 for that. We look forward to bringing you more local coverage in 2019 and until then, we wish you all a very Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year, Until next time,



Ros Rudd - Editor

Here at Look Local we like to share good news! Our wonderful editor Ros, and her partner Charles announced their engagement last month (Don’t tell her we told you!) and they will be married in 2019. Congratulations! We wish you both every happiness xxx

Next copy DEADLINE 5TH JANYARY FOR OUR FEBRUARY 2019 ISSUE phone us 01372 200 000 email us visit us online like us on Facebook /looklocalmags follow us on Twitter @LooklocalMags

Do you need help with your pain and discomfort? Our priority is to make you feel more comfortable. Horsley Osteopaths and Complementary Health treat a wide range of Musculoskeletal and Medical conditions including: Back and Neck Pain • Sciatica• Issues During Pregnancy • Sports Injuries • Arthritis Trapped nerves • Frozen Shoulder • Tennis Elbow • Anxiety • Menopausal Symptoms Hormone Imbalance • Headaches • Insomnia • Bereavement • Post Cancer Care

Please call us for advice on: 01483 284333 8 Bishopsmead Parade, East Horsley, Leatherhead, KT24 6RT Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday. Early and late appointments times, available by request. call 01932 255465 to book an appointment 128 High Street Shepperton TW17 9BG


For a beautiful new kitchen...

just change the doors

Have you always wanted the kitchen of your dreams, but can’t quite justify paying the expensive price tag that comes with it? Now you can by just swapping the doors and worktops.

Less cost, less time, less mess...

• Huge choice of Doors, Worktops, Appliances, Sinks & Taps • Free Estimating and planning • 50% deposit with balance on completion

For a FREE NO OBLIGATION home visit telephone 020 8399 1226 Or visit our showroom: 406 Ewell Road, Tolworth, Surrey KT6 7HF Email

View our credentials at















t: 0208 3982100 a: 8 Station Approach, Hinchley Wood, Esher, Surrey KT10 0SP e: w:

Tuesday 4th December Friday 7th December Satuday 8th December Monday 10th December Friday 14th December Saturday 15th December Monday 17th December Tuesday 18th December

Africa, Middle East Cyprus, Malta, Asia, Far East, Eastern Europe (except Poland, Czech Republic & Slovakia) Caribbean, Central & South America Greece, Turkey, Australia, New Zealand Canada, Czech Republic, Italy, Poland, USA Finland, Sweden Austria, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg

Tuesday 18th December Thursday 20th December Friday 21st December Saturday 22nd December

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 7

Take Extra Care of Your Pets this Christmas


T H E F A M I L Y Y O U C A N T U R N T O ... Seven generations of our family have been helping and advising local families in their time of need. For over 230 years we have been providing funerals, both SAS modestRoofing and traditional, with careoffer and compassion. & Building a full range

SAS Roofing & Building Ltd of professional

and competitively priced roofingLtd services SAS Roofing & Building 01372 463903 78 High Street ESHER:

SAS Roofing & Building offer a full range of professional 020 8941 1412 156 Walton Road We in: priced roofing services andspecialise competitively


SAS Roofing Building Ltd SAS Roofing Building Ltd SASRoofing Roofing&&&Building BuildingLtd Ltd



020 8398 4586 37 High Street New Roofs • Flat Roofs • Tile & Slate Roofs We Chimney specialiseStacks in: Re-pointing •Building All Roof Repairs SAS Roofing &Building Building offer fullrange range ofprofessional professional SAS Roofing offer range professional SAS Roofing &&Building offer aafull full range professional SAS Roofing & offer aRoofing of SAS &ofof Building Ltd New Roofs • Flat Roofs • Tile & Slate Roofs Leadwork Valleys Renewed & Repaired and competitively priced roofing services and competitively priced roofing services and competitively priced roofing services and• All competitively priced&roofing services SAS Roofing Building offer a full range of professional Re-pointing Chimney Stacks Roof Repairs New UPVC Fascias & Gutters • External Painting and competitively priced roofing services SAS Roofing & Building offer a full range of professional Leadwork Valleys Renewed & Repaired SAS Roofing Building offer a full range of professional Moss Removal • All Work& Guaranteed specialise in: We specialise in: We specialise in: and competitively priced roofing services New UPVC Fascias &We Gutters • External Painting specialise in: We specialise in: roofing services and competitively priced New Roofs •• Flat Roofs •Tile Tile & Slate Roofs Moss Removal AllRoofs Work New Roofs Flat Roofs Slate Roofs New Roofs ••Flat Roofs ••Tile Tile Slate New Roofs •Guaranteed &&&Slate Roofs New Roofs •Roofs Flat Roofs • Tile & Slate Roofs Re-pointing Chimney Stacks •All All Roof Repairs Chimney Stacks • All Roof Repairs We in: WeSpecialise specialise in: Re-pointing Chimney Stacks •All Roof Repairs Re-pointing Stacks ••Re-pointing Roof Repairs Re-pointing Chimney Stacks All Roof Repairs We specialise in: 20 YearsNew Guarantee Leadwork Valleys Renewed & Repaired Roofs Flat Roofs Tile Slate Roofs Leadwork Valleys Renewed &&Repaired Leadwork && Leadwork Valleys Renewed &Repaired Repaired Leadwork Valleys Renewed Durable & Waterproof New Roofs • Flat Renewed Roofs •New Tile &Repaired Slate Roofs UPVC Fascias & Gutters • External Painting Re-pointing Chimney Stacks All Roof Repairs New Roofs • Flat Roofs • Tile & Slate Roofs 20 Years Guarantee Fire Retardant New UPVC Fascias & Gutters • External Painting Moss Removal • All Work Guaranteed New UPVC &&Gutters •••External Painting New UPVC Fascias Gutters Painting Durable Waterproof Stacks •External AllRepaired Roof Repairs New UPVC Fascias Gutters External Painting No&Re-pointing Joints, Seams or Chimney Welds Leadwork Valleys & Re-pointing Chimney Stacks All Roof Repairs Fire Retardant Moss •Renewed All Work •Guaranteed Maintenance FreeRemoval Moss • All Work Guaranteed No Joints, Seams or Welds Moss Removal • All Work Guaranteed Leadwork Valleys Renewed & Repaired Moss Removal All Work Guaranteed New UPVC Fascias & Gutters External Painting UV Resistant Maintenance Free Leadwork Valleys Renewed & Repaired Work Guaranteed UV Resistant New Moss UPVCRemoval Fascias &All Gutters • External Painting 20 Years Guarantee New UPVC Fascias & Gutters • External Painting Durable & Waterproof GRP fibreglass systems • All Work Mossroof Removal Guaranteed Fire Retardant Moss Removal • All No Work Guaranteed Joints, Seams or Welds 20 Years Guarantee

SAS SAS Roofing Roofing && Building Building Ltd Ltd

• • •

Maintenance Free

20 Years Guarantee Durable & Waterproof 20Years Years Guarantee UV Resistant 20 Guarantee Durable Waterproof Fire&& Retardant Durable &Waterproof Waterproof Durable Fire Retardant Complete roof replacement, re-pointing of chimneys + lead work. No Joints, Seams or Welds Fire Retardant roof replacement, re-pointing Fire Retardant Complete of chimneys + lead work. Average No Joints, Seams ororWelds Average Maintenance Free NoJoints, Joints, Seams Welds No Seams or Welds 20 Years Guarantee score Workman worked very hard and did an excellent job. score Workman worked very hard and did an excellent job. Maintenance Free UV Resistant Maintenance Free 20 Years Guarantee Maintenance Free Durable & Waterproof UV Resistant 9.89/10 UVResistant Resistant Durable & Waterproof UV Fire Retardant Recommended, vetted & monitored local traders and service providers. Complete roof replacement, re-pointing of chimneys + lead work. Recommended, vetted & monitored local traders and service providers. Average Fire Retardant No Joints, Seams orby Welds Recommended by previous customers, vetted by “ Checkatrade, monitored viamonitored customer Recommended previous customers, vetted by Checkatrade, via customer score Workman worked very hard and did an excellent job. No Joints, Seams or up-to-date Welds Maintenance FreeObtain feedback. Obtain an report of SAS Roofing onRoofing feedback. an up-to-date report of SAS on 9.89/10 Recommended, vetted & monitored local traders and service providers. Maintenance UV Resistant Free Recommended by previous customers, vetted by Checkatrade, monitored via customer UV Resistant Call us today for a FREE quotation on:


feedback. Obtain an up-to-date reportquotation of SAS Roofing onon: Call us today for a FREE

(Winchester) (Alton) (Petersfield) Complete roof replacement, of chimneys work. 01962 462727 | 01420 579727 01730 290727 (Winchester) (Alton) (Petersfield) Call us today for+246654 alead quotation on: Average 01962 462727 |re-pointing 01420(Esher) 579727 | FREE 01730 290727 01372 642727 | | 07590 Complete roof replacement, re-pointing of chimneys + lead work. | score (Petersfield) “ Workman worked01962 very hard and did an excellent job. (Winchester) (Alton) | 01730Average 462727 | 01420 579727 290727 Complete roof replacement, re-pointing of chimneys + lead work. Complete roof replacement, re-pointing of chimneys + lead work. | an Average Average score “ Workman worked very hard and did excellent job. | Live feedhard videoand rooftraders inspections 9.89/10 score Workmanworked worked very hard and did an excellent job. score ““Recommended, Workman very did an excellent job. vetted & monitored local and service providers. Live feed video roof inspections


“ “

“ “


9.89/10 9.89/10 9.89/10

Live monitored feed video roof inspections Complete roof replacement, re-pointing ofand chimneys + lead Recommended by previous customers, vetted by Checkatrade, via work. customer Recommended, vetted & monitored local traders service providers. Average Recommended, vetted monitored local traders and serviceproviders. providers. Complete roofvetted replacement, re-pointing ofand chimneys +job. lead work. Recommended, &&monitored local traders service feedback. Obtain an up-to-date report of SAS Roofing onexcellent Recommended by previous customers, vetted by Checkatrade, monitored via customer score Workman worked very hard and did an Average Recommended byprevious previous customers, vetted by Checkatrade, monitoredvia viacustomer customer Recommended by customers, vetted by Checkatrade, monitored feedback. Obtain an up-to-date report ofhard SAS Roofing score Workman worked very and didonan excellent job. feedback. Obtain an up-to-date report of SAS Roofing on Call us today for a FREE quotation on: feedback. Obtain an up-to-date report of SAS Roofing on & monitored local traders and service providers. To advertiseRecommended, please emailvetted Call us& monitored today for a579727 FREE quotation on: vetted local traders and service Recommended by previous customers, vetted by Checkatrade, monitored via customer (Winchester) (Alton) 01962Recommended, 462727 | 01420 |providers. 01730 290727 (Petersfield) Call ustoday today forbyaRoofing aCheckatrade, FREE quotation on: us FREE quotation on: Recommended by previous customers, vetted monitored via customer (Petersfield) feedback. Obtain an Call up-to-date report of for SAS on (Winchester) (Alton)

9.89/10 9.89/10

IT’S CHRISTMAS IN SHUTTERTOWN! For shutters and blinds which compliment the life you live perfectly call 07407 647314 or email and quote, “The life you live” to get 15% off your order.




The life you live


PUZZLE SUDOKU 6 4 5 0 1 4 8 5 2 5 1 2 6 2 Each row, column & 3x3 box must contain the numbers 1 to 9 just once. This can be done by applying logic - you don’t have to guess!


8 9 9 9 1 9 8 9 9 0 9 0 6 9

5 5 3 4 0 5 9 6 3 2 2 1 7 3

9 8 8 8 2 8 3 0 8 8 8 8 5 8

6 6 3 4 9 6 0 3 4 2 3 5 8 5

8 0 7 7 3 7 0 9 7 9 7 5 4 7

3 2 4 7 8 7 2 2 5 9 4 8 7 2

0 8 8 3 4 3 2 8 0 1 8 6 3 2

4 4 5 9 7 0 8 3 1 0 2 7 9 3

9 7 0 4 2 2 3 7 8 3 7 7 4 3

2 5 2 8 9 8 7 4 2 7 7 3 8 4

8 8 3 2 3 2 4 8 7 4 3 9 5 5

4 3 8 2 2 0 8 5 7 8 3 3 6 8

Find the hidden numbers - horizontal or vertical 20185, 22173, 24874, 30492, 34059, 39482, 48525, 57833, 67739, 70422, 74277, 82830, 86028, 92837, 93837, 94856

To advertise please call us at 01372 200 000 9

“Excellent results achieved with a big dollop of humour, humanity and freedom of thought” The Good Schools Guide


PUPILS’ INFORMATION MORNINGS FRIDAY 1 MARCH, WEDNESDAY 20 MARCH, THURSDAY 2 MAY 2018 GCSE RESULTS: 34% grades at Grade 9 (4.3% national average) Performance and Recreational Rowing Programmes

Please contact to reserve a place at our information events, for further details or a prospectus. GUILDFORD ROAD I CHERTSEY I SURREY KT16 9BN 01932 574900 I


EXCLUSIVE PET & HOUSE SITTING SERVICES Keith and Lucia Bird We are the people you can trust to take care of your pets and property while you are away CRB Security Checked Fully Insured & Very Experienced Phone or Email Today For Peace of Mind

07807 069777 ​ First Class References Available On Request

SPIRITATO BAROQUE ENSEMBLE (UK) On Monday 21th January 2019 Early evening concert at 5.30pm “Sound the Trumpet”

Baroque music including works for two trumpets and strings. Works by H Purcell: G Fantini: H Purcell: G Legrenzi: W. Corbett: V Albrici: G.F. Rebel: P Franceschini:

TYLER HAY, PIANO(UK) On Saturday 23rd February 2019 Early evening concert at 5.30pm Schubert: Sonata in A minor D845; Mozart Adagio in B minor K540; Minuet in D Major K355; Eine kleine Gigue in G Major K574.# Debussy: 12 Preludes (book 1); L’isle joyeuse. 2016 Winner of the British Liszt Society International competition

Full details of artists, music and society on:

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 11

Where children become everything they can be Singing, dancing and acting classes for 4 - 18 year-olds 01372 238238

Stagecoach Performing Arts is the trading name of Stagecoach Theatre Arts Limited. Stagecoach Theatre Arts schools are operated under franchise and are independently owned by their Principals. Stagecoach and Creative Courage For Life are registered trademarks of Stagecoach Theatre Arts Limited.


Tailors & Dry Cleaners Esher

FREE collection and delivery Dry Cleaning and Laundry

Tailors & Dry Cleaners

Our services:

& dry cleaning • Just wash service • Shirts service wash & press • Professional Welaundry Are Specialists curtains & soft furnishings cleaning • General alterations • Bespoke made to measure • Carpets, In Alterations And Dry Cleaning any types of clothes • Bridal alterations, day & evening dress alterations • Shoe repairs

P: 01372879342 M: 07738918003 E: W: Mon-Fri: 8am till 6pm, Sat: 9am till 5 pm (Sunday closed)

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 13


Photo by: Lucy Philips

It’s amazing how beautiful the light is in winter and how spectacular the sky seem to be. Having deciduous trees is good in the winter as they shed their leaves in autumn and give you more sky views. They also allow the winter light to get through. Evergreen trees lose leaves all year round, so rather than making less mess they actually continuously make leaf litter. I’m not saying that evergreens should be avoided, but just used carefully. Too many evergreens can be quite depressing in winter but just the right number creates texture and interest all year and a good balance in the winter garden. Trees and bushes can create lovely shapes, and grasses left standing and studded with the seed-heads of perennials, look beautiful as they catch the low winter light. I try to ensure that they can be backlit with the morning or evening sun so that the planting looks just as interesting in winter as it does in summer. There are a few winter must have plants and my personal favourites are cornus for their stem colour,

14 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

witch hazel for its scented flowers and pretty shape; hellebores for their delightful flowers. I also love the scent of mahonia and winter box and amazing early flowering bulbs which seem to defy all sense and pop heir heads through in the coldest parts of the year! There are so many other winter gems to choose and if they are planted where you will see them daily in the winter then they are especially worthwhile. Although it’s cold outside, getting a breath of fresh air and enjoying the sights and smells of your garden in winter is still really important and, especially as this season can seem very long, having some beauty around you for the winter months can only be a good thing… If you’d like some help with designing you garden and would welcome a winter review or garden re-design then do contact Selina on 07894 553 202 or see our website for further ideas or take a look at our facebook page Selina Botham – Designs for all Seasons or follow us on Instagram @designsforallseasons.


ELMBRIDGE - DEC 2018/JAN 2019 Join a bike project

A local charity is in search for volunteers to help out with their new initiative. They need bike mechanics to help refurbish donated bikes and get them road safe. They also need collection drivers to collect donated bicycles and drop them off at the workshop.

Let people remain mobile

A local retirement village are looking for a licensed minibus driver to drive residents to various locations within the village. This will include providing assistance to passengers, if required in and out of the vehicle. This opportunity is flexible and allows you to organise times that suit you.

Enjoy organising social events?

A local social club are looking to find someone to help organise the weekly activities programme. For example, booking speakers and entertainers, organising other activities such as beetle drives, quizzes etc.

Shape the business leaders of tomorrow

Business experienced people are needed to meet, and mentor groups of school students in running their own company as part of the Young Enterprise Company Programme.

Get Involved.

The local council looking for volunteers to assist running weekday activities for adults with learning disabilities. These activities can include jewellery making, money skills, karaoke, arts & crafts, bingo, or life skills. The group meet every weekday so volunteering can be flexible.

INTERESTED IN ANY OF THOSE ROLES? please call: 01372 463 587 visit: or email:

Central Pharmacy See a Doctor in our pharmacy

“One of our Doctors will see you now..� Same day prescription collection

Get your flu vaccination from your pharmacist this winter Your health is our priority Our Passport Photo delivers identity photos which are suitable for offical documents, including UK passport, driving licence & identity cards. Central Pharmacy

Opening Hours (excluding Bank Holidays)

68 High Street Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm Esher, Surrey KT10 9QS Saturday: 9am - 6pm Sunday Closed 01372 464 064

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 15


Cleanability Domestic & Commercial Cleaning Service

• Friendly and reliable



y Sweep Servic

Vacuum Chimne

• Staff fully insured

Member of the National Association of Chimney Sweeps

• References available on request

Full public liability insurance cover

• Ironing service also available

Call Patrick Stone on

Call Sherry on

01342 842628 or 07855 340929

0208 9791 670

07733 895213

A multi award winning business

Give your dog the day they deserve! Acres of farmland

Swimming pools

01932 902086


16 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018



Heated cabins



DON'T FORGET YOUR GAS! We stock all size cylinders


ESHER Portsmouth Road, Esher KT10 9AD Tel: 01372 471009

click & collect


This guide about backing up our computers was written by Les Beer, from Tecres in Leatherhead, which have been providing computer solutions since 1989. Frequently we find the Christmas and New Year period is a brilliant time to galvanise your thoughts and maybe make some plans for the year ahead. Looking at your IT needs should not be any different, maybe you need to improve your Wifi coverage around the property - consider our Nova Mesh wifi extenders which can provide coverage across the largest of properties for minimal investment and simple installation. Maybe you want to provide a better shared printing capability with the family or work colleagues - a low cost Wifi printer really could be the solution. Getting all your emails, contacts and diary appointments on all your devices synchronised & backed up to the internet. Maybe your PC or Mac is running slow - we can usually update these machines and solve these issues. Ensuring your PC’s and Mac’s are professionally looked after, we have our Total Care support package, which includes:

18 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

• Full Internet Security, • Automatic backup of your data to our cloud, • Remote technical assistance • Unlimited workshop repairs • Instore technical Assistance • How to technical help For one annual fee of just £150.00 per year. We constantly have a changing stock of new and used PC’s Mac’s and tablets, so whatever your needs are there is a good chance we can assist. Currently we have Apple iPads from £170, MacBook Air’s from £625.00, Apple iMac’s from £599, used Windows 10 laptops from £175.00 and desktops from £125.00 Should you like to have your data moved from your old machine to your new one, this is something we can assist with, infact we can even come to your premises and install it for you. One call can solve it all. Happy Christmas and Stress Free 2019!!

~Surrey’s favourite Computer Store~ 14 North Street, Leatherhead tel: 01372 - 370300 Monday - Saturday 9:00 - 5.30pm

SPECIAL FESTIVE 2018 OFFERS TENDA WHOLE HOUSE MESH WIFI SYSTEM Standard starter kit with 3 transmitters £140.00 Additional Standard transmitters £45.00 High Powered starter kit with 3 Transmitters £205.00 Additional High powered transmitters £60.00

MAC’S ARE BACK (Refurbished)

iMac, with Core i5 CPU, 21” HD Display, 8Gb Ram, 500Gb hard drive, wireless keyboard and mouse - £599.00 Macbook Air, Core i7 CPU, 8Gb Ram, 256Gb SSD, 13” display - £795.00


With 24” High Res display, Intel Core i5-8250u CPU, 2Tb Hard drive, 8Gb Ram, wireless keyboard and mouse

ONLY £950.00


With Intel Core i7, 8750H Six Core CPU, with 8~Gb Ram, 256Gb SSD drive, 1Tb Storage drive, GeForce GTX1050 Graphics card with 4Gb Ram, 15.6 Full HD display, Windows 10

ONLY £1199.00


High performance home and office printer, Full Colour, upto 33 pages per minute printing, printer, copier scanner and fax, Airprint, Full duplex, Low running costs, 3 year warranty

ONLY £110.00

YOUR APPLE AND PC SOLUTION CENTRE Onsite & workshop repairs, upgrades, virus removal, data recovery

01372-370300 | | Retail store open Monday to Saturday 9:00am to 5:30pm



This Christmas treat your loved ones to a beautiful day out in 2019 with tickets to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, supported by Viking. Bursting with colour and inspiration, the show will return from 1-7 July to transform the grounds of Hampton Court Palace into a celebration of summer. Set against the stunning backdrop of the palace, the festival offers an abundance of inspiration, brimming with ideas to take home. Visitors can spend the day immersing themselves in the diverse range of beautiful gardens, iconic horticulture and a vibrant array of shopping opportunities. The Floral Marquee will be bursting with plants and flowers to buy from leading nurseries across the UK, while shopping stands will offer everything from the latest gadgets to grow a garden you love to lifestyle and beauty products. Meanwhile, plenty of interactive workshops, talks and activities will offer experiences for

20 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

everyone to get involved in and learn something new as they spend the day amongst the blooms. Whether it’s for the gardener in your life with a passion for plants, those who love the outdoors or even just spending a fabulous day out with family and friends, RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival is the perfect place to spend a summer’s day in an unforgettable setting. For something extra special, the Preview Evening on Monday 1 July (5 - 10.30pm) offers an exclusive chance to preview the show before its official opening to the public. Visitors can enjoy an evening of live music followed by a magnificent fireworks display as the sun sets behind the palace. Tickets to the show and gift vouchers of various amounts can be booked at or 0844 995 9664.


Christmas Glow returns to Wisley this winter, offering the chance to explore RHS Garden Wisley after dark and see some of its most iconic features in a whole new light. Following a twinkling trail around the garden, visitors will discover larger-than-life botanical illuminations, and, for the first time, will enjoy atmospheric music to accompany their walk at certain points. Now in its fourth year, the popular event guides visitors around a new route for 2018, taking in locations including the Rock Garden, the Seven Acres lake and the Jellicoe Canal. Jigantics, designers of cultivated illumination, will this year bring a number of brand new blooms to Wisley, including arches of gladioli over the new Wisteria Walk and a bouquet of alliums on Seven Acres. Favourite installations such as the waterliles on the Jellicoe Canal and interactive colour-changing flowers will return to complete the uniquely floral immersive experience. The paved route will take in not only the floral lights, but also a number of Wisley’s most famous and spectacular

trees, bathed in bright colours to showcase their beauty. The magnificent Glasshouse will also be illuminated, where a magical Woodland Realm awaits discovery, with elves, treehouses and Santa’s reindeer all to be found in a beautiful festive display. Look out for sparkling plantfilled baubles hanging from the trees and the towering ‘Christmas tree’ of vibrant poinsettia. Due to popular demand a priority booking system has been introduced for 2018, and all visitors must book a time slot in advance of their visit. Glow 2018 will be open from 4–8pm (last entry at 7pm) every day between 1 December and 2 January except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The Wisley Plant Centre and Gift Shop will be open throughout, with a fantastic range of decorations and gift ideas for all the family, and hot chocolate, mulled wine, mince pies, cranberry and gin brownies and Christmas cake are just a taste of the warming food and drink on offer. Wisley, Woking, Surrey, GU23 6QB. 01483 224234

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 21


Clue: 9 Across

Clue: 16 Across

Clue: 5 Down

Across 7 English county (4,3,4) 8 Covered walk with shops (6) 9 Water ice (6) 10 Mourn (6) 12 Shrewd (6) 13 Flightless bird (3) 14 Failed to catch (6) 16 Place of worship (6) 18 Cower (6) 20 Wearisome load (6) 22 Ungenerous behaviour (11)

Down 1 Commotion (4) 2 Mad (6) 3 Gifted (8) 4 Likelihood (4) 5 Lebanese capital (6) 6 Eastern (8) 11 Beekeeper (8) 12 German motorway (8) 15 Unmarried (6) 17 Spoiled (6) 19 One of the Great Lakes (4) 21 Simple (4)

22 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

Clue: 11 Down

We now accept all major credit & debit cards Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 23

West End P L AY G R O U P

& Forest


t: 01372 469157 w: e: 24 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

CHIROPODY State-registered

Provided in the comfort of your own home

CAN HELP WITH: • • • •

Nail cutting Corns/callus Foot/heel pain Advice and assessment

Over 10 years’ experience in both NHS and private work. Please call Melissa Bennett BSC Hons, HCP Registered

07939 901918


Can you sleigh our festive quiz? Snuggle up with something tasty as you mull over our music quiz during the advent of the festive season!




Beautiful curtains, valances, swags and tails, all types of blinds, cushions, bedding etc. Designed for individual requirements...


QUESTIONS: 1. Who wishes it could be Christmas ever day? 2. How many Christmas No 1’s has Cliff Richard had as a solo artist? 3. Who sings lead vocal on Slade’s perennial hit “Merry Christmas Everybody”? 4. In what country was the video for Wham’s “Last Christmas” filmed? 5. Who sympathises with the festive bird by singing “(Ho Ho Ho) Who’d be a Turkey at Christmas”?

Tracks supplied and fitted. Choose from our extensive range of attractive fabrics in the comfort of your own home. We offer a complete personal service at a very competitive price from a genuinely caring family business.

... we come to you!

t: 0208 669 7243 e:

6. True or False? The Spice Girls had three consecutive Christmas Hits? 7. Which regal rock band has been at No 1 at Christmas twice with the same song? 8. Who is the only act to have had 4 No 1’s at Christmas? PUZZLE SOLUTIONS PAGE 37

26 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018


THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY BOOK REVIEW AND COMPETITION An invite to journey down Memory Lane has dropped heavily through my letter box. It is in the expansive and colourful guise of a vast tome entitled “MGB - The Illustrated History!” It took me straight back to my shared ownership of a drop-top MG when I was serving my country as a National Serviceman based at Bomber Command HQ, RAF Wyton, nr Cambridge, with its spectacular display of V-Bombers, Valiants, Victors and Vulcans. My Welsh pal Ed Williams and I, high flyers in our jointly-bought MG, were the envy of the jetsetting crews, and just to add to our eccentricty , in car, we always wore black and shiny top hats when, at weekends, we were outing with undergrads, mainly female. Ah well!!! The reminder of those carefree and madcap days is the pleasurable MGB volume, the fourth edition, from Veloce, the painstaking publishers of automotive books galore. The bulky hardback, a coffee-table spectacular, is not cheap at thirty five quid - but its 256 pages and 260 pictures of the iconic and remarkable fun car are a bargain treat for those of whose affection for the marvellously enjoyable motor is a continuing memory. The author, Jonathan Wood, is the author of more than 30 books on the history of the UK’s motor industry, and he is...deservedly in my opinion... twice the winner of the Guild of Motoring Writers’ Montagu Trophy as well as being awarded similar recognition in America for his handiwork. His co-author, Lionel Burrell was the originator of Classic Car magazine, and,when he is not showing off his 3-litre Bentley, which he has owned for 50 years,he is restoring a rebuild of a 1926 Talbot. They are both committed MG enthusiasts, hence

their unstinting efforts to excite we outsiders from the pedigree frontage of the traditional iconic and bestloved sports car. But back to the Veloce book. It is a treasure. I have not been able to put it down. Its high level is a showpiece and the splendour of the photographs, as well as the recountings, reminiscences and technical detail and data will, I promise, hold any MG enthusiast, or , for that matter, any keen car enthusiast, spellbound. After Ed’s and my demob, he returned to Cardiff and I to my Manchester home town. We agreed he could have our wee treasure. I moved on to a convertible Sunbeam Talbot, then, much later, I progressed to super-car heights with three successive E-Type Jaguars and then a Lamborghini Espada. Was I crazy? Each,in its own showcase way, was a thrill of a wellenvied drive - but I never quite recaptured the total glee of running about the country in our airy MG. After our demob I lost contact with Ed. I wonder if he still parades our draughty wee runner with its hard-on- the-bum seats, ripped-off fabric roof but pleasantly harmonic engine. I am more than happy to share my overwhelming admiration for the splendid book and spread its appeal to what I know would be an appreciative readership. Therefore I, kindness personified, will bless a lucky recipient with a prize copy if they come up with the correct answer to my quiz question:

What do the initials MG stand for? Please email your answers and magazine By Ted Macauley area to before 14/12/18

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 27

WHAT’S ON... in Esher & Claygate

Monday 3rd DECEMBER

Weds 5th (1st Weds monthly)

Christmas shopping evening at Claremont Landscape Gardens, KT10 9JG 3.30 -7pm. Join us for a special late night Christmas shopping evening here at Claremont and stock up on gifts for the whole family. There’ll be a great choice of gifts to buy and festive cheer in abundance. What’s more, every penny you spend here will help the National Trust to care for special places like Claremont for years to come. Elmbridge U3a, Monthly Meeting at Claygate Village Hall KT10 0JP. 1.30pm. Speaker Jackie Clemson Royal Westminster. Jackie makes a welcome return to Claygate, where her subject will be Royal Westminster - Monarchy, Government, Ceremony and Power. Follow the story & hear why it continues to fascinate & attract people from all over the world to this day. For more information or to join contact the Membership Secretary (members@ or 0208 97927370

Saturday 8th DECEMBER

‘Wrapped in Plastic’ event at WWFs building in Woking, ‘The Living Planet Centre’, Brewery Rd, Woking GU21 4LL, from 11am-1pm. A Screening of the 2016 documentary “A Plastic Ocean’ film, £5 entry which will be donated too WWF Charity and Plastic Oceans Charity. For more info contact Esme on

1st - 24th DECEMBER

With a cosy fairytale cottage, a traditional children’s trail and a snug, family-friendly café, Claremont Landscape Garden KT10 9JG, is the perfect place to bring the children over the festive period. For info visit

Saturday 19th JANUARY

THEATREROTTO presents THE WALRUS AND THE CARPENTER at Vera Fletcher Hall, Thames Ditton, 2.30pm. Ticket £8.00. Age 4+. This musical show, based around Lewis Carroll’s famous poem from “Alice Through The Looking Glass”, is set to accompaniment on the accordion & features a large weepy Walrus puppet, his lugubrious carpenter companion, Maid with mop & a cameo appearance from Tweedledum & Tweedledee. Bookings: or 08456 528529.

Friday 25th JANUARY

Nick Barstow presents RE:arrangement, at Vera Fletcher Hall, Thames Ditton, 7.30pm. Ticket £16.00. A celebration of musical theatre like no other. Composer and (re)arranger Barstow will give you ‘New Ways To Dream’ and new ways to love your musical theatre favourites. Bookings: or 08456 528529.

26th - 27th JANUARY

Crafting Live is back at Sandown Park Racecourse, Portsmouth Rd, KT10 9AJ! We will host an array of exhibitors stocking stamps, dies, fabric, ribbon, & much more! We will also feature FREE Make & Takes, exclusive Masterclasses, on-stand demos, & Meet & Greets with some of the biggest names in crafting! Tickets are available at

If there’s an event in February that you’d like mentioned, please contact Ros (details on p.3) before Friday 11th January. All entries appear on a first come, first served basis. Details of the above event are correct at time of print.

z z Ja

t Cour

erESEY KT8 0BT b m I SL


30pm ry: 8. ng (kbd), a u n ni h Ja Gree (d) y 18t Frida t/s), Leon nis Smith ( e . s l D g rkin (b), chol Al Ni Morgan ar, free pa l b u , a P affle £13, r R



Landscaping & Gardening Services Private and Commercial Contracts.

• Garden maintenance and landscaping • Brickwork and all types of fencing • Patio Block Paving • Tree work

• Tidy ups • Clearances

• No job too small

s e i r nqu 74


51 4 8 32


For a free quote or advice call us on

01932 246858 or 07930 841022 email -

Able Roofing ▲ New roofs ▲ Flat roofing ▲ Lead roofs ▲ Slates and tiles ▲ Chimneys repointed

▲ Guttering ▲ UPVC fascias & soffits ▲ Moss removal ▲ Valleys & flashing ▲ Exterior decoration

Free estimates | Fully insured Compton, Lower Farm Road, Effingham, KT24 5JL

Home: 01483 283137 Mob: 07930 733883

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 29


Elmbridge Borough Council has been granted a three year protective injunction banning the setting up of unauthorised encampments and fly-tipping on all identified public land. Following on from the recent three-month injunction granted in August 2018, the High Court today (Thursday 8 November) has extended that injunction for a further three years. The injunction covers all of the Borough’s parks, open spaces and car parks. The injunction prevents any individual from occupying land or depositing waste as well as stopping anyone from entering, or occupying any part of the land for residential purposes, including caravans, mobile homes and vehicles. This has proved a very effective deterrent during the temporary injunction. It will also prevent the Council from having to obtain court orders for the removal of these encampments, which can take several days to obtain, and will authorise High Court enforcement officers to move people on if they take no notice of the injunction order. Failure to do so can result in imprisonment, fines or seizure of assets. The Council evidenced large-scale fly-tipping and the cost of clearing it, damage to gates and barriers, lost parking income and the large increase in the number and size of recent encampments as well as the significant impact on communities living adjacent to each encampment and the loss of community facilities during the summer. Leader of the Council, Cllr Tim Oliver said: “I am delighted that the protective injunction has been extended for three years. This will bring relief to our residents and

30 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

businesses who have been impacted by the disruption throughout the summer. I would like to thank the Officers and Members of the Council for the hard work and diligence required to bring our case to the High Court. We will now carry on with the work we are doing to review the security of all of our open sites so that our communities can enjoy their surroundings, whilst continuing to closely monitor any illegal activity across the Borough.” Superintendent Andy Rundle said: “We understand the concerns and the impact on local communities in relation to allegations of criminality and anti-social behaviour associated with some of the recent encampments. When there is criminality of any sort, regardless of who is involved, we will respond and take action. “It is important to understand that Police powers are very specific and prescribed and do not cover civil issues, which we know can sometimes be frustrating and confusing for our communities. “However, in relation to recent events, we are now hopeful that with this injunction in place we can respond proactively to the concerns of local residents and reduce the negative impact of unauthorised encampments upon the local community.” 2018 has seen an unprecedented increase in levels of unauthorised encampments in Elmbridge, totalling 27 on public parks and open spaces as well as other recent encampments on private owned land such as Painshill Park. The size of these encampments has also risen dramatically with some encampments being over 60 vehicles in size.

leg of l a m b wi t h re dc ur ra n t j e l l y g l a ze ingredients

3 parsnips (about 300g), peeled and quartered 1 tbsp olive oil 4 charlotte potatoes (about 400g), cut into wedges 200g radishes, trimmed 1 garlic bulb, halved 5 rosemary sprigs 2 tbsp redcurrant jelly Waitrose & Partners Boneless Extra Trimmed Welsh Half Leg of Lamb (about 750g) 200ml fresh chicken stock


1. Preheat the oven to 180˚C, gas mark 4. Put the parsnips in a large roasting tin & sprinkle over ½ tbsp oil. Season & roast for 15 minutes. Remove from the oven & add the potatoes, radishes, garlic halves & rosemary sprigs to the tin. Toss together in the remaining ½ tbsp oil & season. 2. Warm the redcurrant jelly in the microwave & brush all over the lamb. Season and sit the lamb on top of the veg, then pour in the stock. Roast for 1hr, turning the veg halfway through. Ensure the surface of the meat is thoroughly cooked & the juices run clear, then remove from the oven & squeeze the roasted garlic out into the roasting tin. Mix with the veg & roasting juices & transfer to a serving dish. 3. Slice the lamb & arrange on top of the vegetables, drizzling with the roasting juices. Serve with steamed green vegetables & more redcurrant jelly on the side, if liked.

cook’s tip Radishes are a great addition to roasted vegetables as they have a nice pepperiness. You could also add turnips and carrots to the mix, if you like.

Prep: 20 mins. Cooking: 1hr 15 mins Recipe reproduced by kind permission of, Waitrose. Over 5,000 recipes can be found at


Lunchtime Concerts Christ church, Esher

Wednesday 19th December “Come and Sing Carols” Enter into the true spirit of Christmas and join us to sing your favourite carols to our musical accompaniment. Humorous and seasonal readings will add to this truly community event. Mince pies and mulled wine will be served. Free entry. Doors 12.30pm. Carols 1.10pm Retiring collection

Wednesday 16th January Piano Duet

Constance Chow & Phoebe Yu After the demands of a busy Festive Season we are delighted to present two consummate pianists to provide an oasis of serenity to commence our lunchtime concerts for 2019. Both Constance Chow and Phoebe Yu are highly qualified and will perform both a stimulating and reflective programme. Please relax and enjoy Free entry and light lunch from 12.30pm Concert from 1.10pm. Retiring collection

For further info please contact the Parish Office:

01372 462282


34 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018





TICKETS £15, INCLUDING MULLED WINE AND MINCE PIES Tickets for sale at Johnstons newsagents on Claygate Parade or online at



Take one stuntman, a boxer, a handful of snooker players, footballers and actors - and challenge them to a game of golf. Result: a cash bonus for the one good cause they all support – Princess Alice Hospice. Stuntman Rocky Taylor - the Cobham-based veteran of scores of movies - hosted a day of golf followed by dinner and entertainment at Burhill Golf Club. The day was enjoyed by former world champion boxer John Conteh, snooker stars Steve Davis, John Virgo and Ireland’s Patsy Fagan, as well as former England and West Ham footballer Trevor Brooking; QPR and Arsenal footballer Terry Mancini and A Touch Of Frost actor John Lyons. During the evening fundraising dinner, at which comedian Kev Orkian brought the house down, an auction helped top up the funds – with items including a golfing voucher for four from Irish pro golfer John O’Leary and a signed album by actor/singer Jess Conrad. Rocky called by the Hospice with John Virgo (former professional snooker player, co-host of BBC’s Big Break,

and commentator for BBC snooker coverage) to hand over the £3,615 raised by the event held in August. The golf and dinner is now in its third very successful year. To date Rocky and his fellow golfers have raised around £12,000 for the Hospice. Tim Iredale, Princess Alice Senior Partnerships Fundraiser said: “It’s absolutely fantastic that Rocky and Burhill Golf Club chose to support the Hospice with this marvellous golf day for a third year in a row. It’s wonderful that all involved can have a brilliant day out on the course in the knowledge that they are also helping to support such a worthy cause. “This funding is vital for us to be able to provide palliative end of life care and bereavement support across such a wide area.” Rocky was especially grateful to Farrants of Cobham for supplying the 80 goodie bags for the players on the day; with extra thanks to organisers Paul and Anita Jones. Next year Rocky will be auctioning signed copies of his upcoming autobiography Jump, Rocky, Jump at the event pencilled in for 16 August.

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 35

useful numbers POLICE TRAVEL To report local incidents ......................... 101 Surrey Bus Services .................01483 506919 Train information ....................0845 748 4950 DENTISTS National Rail Enquiries .............0845 748 4950 Hare Lane Dental Practice ........ 01372 452 577 S3 Dental Practice .................... 0208 398 6322 SCHOOLS Meads Dental Practice .............. 01372 464 929 Claremont Fan Court School .....01372 473 624 Fair Oak Dental Practice ........... 01372 463 082 Esher Church School ...............01372 463931 Summerfield Dental Practice .... 01372 462 266 Esher Church of England High Sch ...01372 468068 The Neem Tree Dental Practice . 01372 540 186 Cranmere Primary & Nursery Sch ... 0208 398 5580 Rowan Preparatory School .......01372 462627 VILLAGE HALLS Shrewsbury Lodge Pre Prep Sch .. 01372 462781 Claygate Village Hall ................ 01932 469 221 Milbourne Lodge School .........01372 462737 King George’s Hall ................... 01932 254 750 Claygate Primary School .........01372 455348 Civic Centre ............................ 01932 254 750 Claygate Centre .......................01372 463 476 MEDICAL Littleton Surgery ......................01372 462235 COUNCILS & SERVICE Esher Green Surgery .................01372 462726 Elmbridge Borough Council ... 01372 474474 Capelfield Surgery ....................01372 452501 Surrey County Council ...........08456 009009 St Peter’s Hospital Chertsey ......01932 872000 Library Services ...................... 0300 200 1001 Royal Surrey Hospital ..............01483 464002 Elmbridge Museum ................. 01372 474 568 Non-emergency NHS Help .......................... 111 Citizens’ Advice Bureau ..........01932 248660 St John Ambulance ............... 07900 910292 Esher Residents Ass .. Claygate Village Association .... 01372 463740 CHURCHES Claygate Parish Council ..........01372 467000 Esher Green Baptist Church ......01372 459 800 St George’s Church ...................01372 469 446 All Saints Weston ......................0208 398 1849 VETERINARY SURGEONS Medivet Esher-Manor Vets .......0208 398 8005 The Holy Name RC Church ......01372 462 451 Claygate Veterinary Centre .....01372 460107 First Church of Christ, Scientist ..01372 463 058 Esher Quakers Meeting House ...0208 399 4325 CHEMISTS Holy Trinity Church ..................01372 463 603 Central Pharmacy ....................01372 464 064 Claygate Pharmacy &Travel Clinic 01372 466 116 BANKS Boots Pharmacy ....................... 01372 463 912 Barclays ....................................0345 734 5345 Wallis Jones Pharmacy ..............0208 398 2494 Santander .................................0800 030 4321

36 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018



Old Church Path, Esher, Surrey KT10 9NS

The library is situated next to the Elmbridge Civic Centre car park, which is pay and display.


Tuesday: 9.30am - 5.00pm Wednesday: 9.30am - 5.00pm Thursday: 9.30am - 5.00pm Friday: 9.30am - 5.00pm Saturday: 9.30am - 5.00pm Monday & Sunday: CLOSED

We look forward to seeing you soon at Esher Library. Surrey Libraries App Available




We are very excited about a new event for Esher Library. On Friday 7 December 10.30-11am we will be holding a Storytime for Adults!! Come and relax and experience the joy of being read to. This is a free event so please come along and support our guest readers. We will be reading extracts from a novel and some Christmas poems. On Thursday 20 December at 2.30pm we are having a Children’s Christmas Craft session with the theme of Reindeers!! The session costs £1 per child and whilst booking is advisable you can come along on the day. Do you need help with anything computer related? We have a Digital Buddy at Esher Library who is available Tuesdays between 10-12pm who can give 1:2:1 support in setting up an email account or becoming familiar with the workings of a tablet, to name but a few of the issues many of us have. This is a free drop-in session or alternatively you can book a particular time if you wish. We will have to wait until the New Year to let you know how Surrey Libraries Crime Festival was received. This ran from 29 Oct - 30 Nov. There will have been 15 different events across the county, something for everyone. May all the staff at Esher Library wish you a peaceful Christmas and best wishes for 2019.

puzzle solutions CROSSWORD PAGE 22


DIGI-SEARCH PAGE 9 6 4 5 0 1 4 8 5 2 5 1 2 6 2

8 9 9 9 1 9 8 9 9 0 9 0 6 9

5 5 3 4 0 5 9 6 3 2 2 1 7 3

9 8 8 8 2 8 3 0 8 8 8 8 5 8

6 6 3 4 9 6 0 3 4 2 3 5 8 5

8 0 7 7 3 7 0 9 7 9 7 5 4 7

3 2 4 7 8 7 2 2 5 9 4 8 7 2

0 8 8 3 4 3 2 8 0 1 8 6 3 2

4 4 5 9 7 0 8 3 1 0 2 7 9 3

9 7 0 4 2 2 3 7 8 3 7 7 4 3

2 5 2 8 9 8 7 4 2 7 7 3 8 4

8 8 3 2 3 2 4 8 7 4 3 9 5 5

4 3 8 2 2 0 8 5 7 8 3 3 6 8

MUSIC MATTERS PAGE 25 1. Wizzard, 2. 2 - “Saviour’s Day” and “Mistletoe & Wine,” 3. Noddy Holder, 4. Switzerland, 5. Elton John, 6. True 1996 “2 become 1” 1997 - “Too much” 1998 “Goodbye, ” 7. Queen “Bohemian Rhapsody” in 1975 7 1991, 8. The Beatles. 1963 “I wanna hold your hand” 1964 “I feel fine” 1965 “Day Tripper” 1967 “Hello Goodbye”

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 37

advertisers’ index Able Roofing ..................................................... 29 MPS Garden & Estate Machinery...................... 33 Bruce’s Doggy Day Care..................................... 16 Music Matters.................................................... 25 Central Pharmacy............................................... 15 Music on the Green............................................ 34 Chiropody - Melissa Bennett ............................. 25 Oxshott Choral & Music Society....................... 11 Claremont Fan Court School............................. 40 Patrick Stone Chimney Sweep............................ 16 Cleanability........................................................ 16 Pet & House Sitting Services.............................. 11 Crafting Live at Sandown..................................... 2 Roofs of Esher.................................................... 23 Curtain Creations............................................... 25 Roxley Models.................................................... 23 DB Garden Services .......................................... 33 Sanctuary Bathrooms........................................... 5 Dream Doors....................................................... 6 SAS Roofing & Building...................................... 8 Elmbridge Voluntary Action............................... 15 Shuttertown......................................................... 9 Ernest Doe......................................................... 17 Sir William Perkins School................................. 10 Esher Library...................................................... 37 Stagecoach Hinchley Wood............................... 12 Esher Tailors & Dry Cleaners............................. 13 Steve’s Landscapes.............................................. 29 Esher Tyre & Exhaust Centre............................. 39 Surrey Police Band Christmas Concert............... 31 Gardening with Selina........................................ 14 Tec Res Computer Solutions ........................18/19 Garolla Garage Doors......................................... 24 The Leatherhead Theatre Art Gallery Hire.......... 11 Hair Creations..................................................... 7 Waitrose Recipe.................................................. 32 Horsley Osteopaths & Complimentary Therapy.. 4 West End Playgroup........................................... 24 Hub Property Care............................................. 13 Jazz at Imber Court............................................ 29


Lodge Brothers Funeral Care................................ 8


All pages within are copyright of Look Local or its respective contributors. No part of this publication may be reproduced, copied or transmitted in any form or by any means, or stored in any information storage or retrieval system without the publisher’s prior written permission. All material published in Look Local (including advertisements, editorials, articles and all other content) is printed in good faith. Whilst all reasonable care is taken, Look Local does not in any circumstances accept responsibility for the accuracy or otherwise of any material published, nor is any kind of warranty expressed or implied by such publication, and Look Local specifically disclaims all and any liability to advertisers, readers and users of any kind of loss or damage of any nature whatsoever and howsoever arising, whether due to inaccuracy, error, omission or any other cause. All material is accepted on the basis that its publication does not infringe any copyright and Look Local does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage of any kind resulting from claims of copyright infringement. ©Look Local Magazine 2018. All rights reserved.

38 Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018

esher tyre & exhaust


• valve & balance on all our tyres • BUDGET & BRANDED tyres supplied & fitted • SERVICING from £49.99 + VAT (all makes) Save up to 50% on main dealer servicing • SPRING checks £29.99 + VAT • MOT • Diagnostic equipment • Air conditioning • Welding and MOT repairs • Clutches • Exhaust • Batteries

Free local collection & delivery (prior bookings only)


with this voucher (offer expires 31/01/2019)

Hampton Court Way, Thames Ditton

0208 398 1727

Looklocal Magazine - Festive Issue 2018 39

Claremont Fan Court School An independent co-educational school for pupils aged 2½ to 18 years

Open Mornings Whole School

Saturday 9 February 2019 Saturday 9 March 2019 9.30am - 12.30pm To reserve a place: Please telephone 01372 473624 or email

Nursery Pre-Prep Prep Senior Sixth Form

Look Local Esher & Claygate  

Festive Issue 2018

Look Local Esher & Claygate  

Festive Issue 2018