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Inside 

Inquest into day of hell for Kingston’s 
commuters.page 4 



New Malden pupils facing more time 
in cabins after funding delays . page 6 

Graffiti artist facing removal of his 
Bradley Wiggins art.page 9 



Apology over mistakes which led to 
death of twin girl.page 12 


■ Nurses knit their own hospital. 

.page 14 


RETURN TO FORM? 

Council to be quizzed over smaller school plans 


Parents are set to question Kingston 
Council about its latest plans for a 
smaller new secondary school 
tonight. 

The school, to be located in the 
North Kingston Centre, will have 
just 180 places, with six forms of 
entry, rather than the initial 240 
across eight forms. 

North Kingston has been hit by a 
school places crisis, which escalated 
in 2008 after the council was hit by a 
rising birth rate and a fall in chil¬ 
dren in private schools. 

The new director of learning and 
children’s service Nick Whitfield 


by CLARE BUCHANAN 

cbuchanan@london.newsquest.co.uk 

has written to parents telling them 
the school will be smaller, partly 
based on places at Grey Court in 
Richmond. 

Councillor Patricia Bamford, 
Kingston’s lead member for 
children and young people, said the 
decrease was based on changed 
pupil projections. 

She said: “There was some opposi¬ 
tion to an eight-form of entry school 
anyway. Some people thought it 
would be too large for the site. We 


don’t want to waste resources.” 

Conservative councillor Dennis 
Doe said he recommended just six 
forms back in 2007. 

He said: “Instead of faffing about 
as they have been doing for years we 
have now got a director who says 
these are the figures, this is how we 
are going to do it. 

“The figures suggest that six forms 
will be enough in north Kingston.” 

But Laurie South, the chairman of 
Kingston Labour Party, warned if 
more places were needed, the back¬ 
lash would be costly. 

He said: “If you have insufficient 


classes in a school the fury is going 
to be just overwhelming. If they get 
it wrong they deserve all the acrimo¬ 
ny that parents can fire upon them.” 

Kingston Educational Trust will 
enter the proposals to the Depart¬ 
ment for Education for the next 
round of free school submissions, 
which close on January 4, next 
year. 

The council had hoped to start 
building last month, but failed fund¬ 
ing bids and the shift to a free school 
proposal, put the bid back 

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NEWS 

Number of teenage 
care home runaways 
revealed 


Anger over police car 
caught parking in 
disabled bay 


JUNE SAMPSON 

New Malden views 
from descendant of 
town's 'oldest' family 


SPORT 

Dons set to unveil 
new manager 


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Showbiz veteran Gordon 
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of classic comedy songs 



Traffic light fault causes gridlock 



Jam: Traffic backs up on London Road Deadiinepix KT70697 


Malfunctioning traffic lights 
were the cause of road chaos 
across the whole of Kingston 
last Monday, leaving frustrated 
commuters bumper to bumper 
for hours. 

Parents trying to get children 
to school and workers strug¬ 
gling to get to the office were 
also hampered by a gas leak in 
the town. 

Traffic chaos ensued in the 
town centre because of the 
traffic light signal faults. 

A Transport for London 
(TfL) spokesman said, al¬ 
though traffic lights were 
working, a fault with the phone 
line meant the lights in town 
were unable to communicate 
with each other to synchronise 
the timings. 

Selvarani Elahi said conges- 


by CHRISTINE FLEMING 

newsdesk@kingstonguardian.co.uk 

tion took her two hours to do 
the school run and get to work, 
finally arriving at 9.40am. 

She said: “Queens Road was 
closed at 8.15am, causing grid¬ 
lock during the school run. 

“After not moving for ages, I 
parked my car and walked up 
Kingston Hill to drop my 
daughter at school. 

“I then turned the car around 
and came back through Rich¬ 
mond Park to avoid Kingston.” 

One pet owner, who asked 
not be named, said she was 
stuck in traffic for an hour- 
and-a-half taking her dog from 
her Ham home to a New 
Malden vet. 

She said: “People were get¬ 


ting pretty steamed up. Both 
lanes were blocked in both di¬ 
rections. It was all the way 
down to the Kingston bypass.” 

A gas leak also sparked emer¬ 
gency repairs, causing major 
road problems in Surbiton Hill 
Road. 


The Tolworth bound side of 
the road was shut on Monday 
to allow work to be carried out, 
causing diversions through 
Surbiton town centre. 

Hannah Brett, spokeswoman 
for Southern Gas Network, 
said: “Due to the particularly 


awkward location of the gas 
main, it has been necessary to 
temporarily close the road 
while we work to fix the leaks. 

“We would like to apologise 
to residents and road-users for 
the inconvenience and thank 
them for their patience while 
we complete these essential 
repairs.” 

A TfL spokesman said: “Due 
to a telecommunications fault, 
the traffic signals around 
Kingston town centre could 
not communicate with each 
other as they normally would 
do, which led to congestion in 
the area. 

“The problem was repaired 
as quickly as possible by Mon¬ 
day evening and TfL would like 
to apologise for any inconve¬ 
nience caused.” 


Slide away 

Snowless roads will not 
keep Surbiton’s best skiers 
away this year. 

Thrill-seekers will strap 
ice cubes to their feet and 
slide their way through Sur¬ 
biton in a suburban ski-off 
on Sunday. 

Anyone is invited to take 
part in the Seething subur¬ 
ban skiing event that hopes 
to find the fastest skier. 

The event will raise money 
for Shooting Star’s Chil¬ 
dren’s Hospice and the Cre¬ 
ative Youth charity. 

The Ski Sunday will take 
place on October 14 from 
11am at St Mark’s Hill. 

It will be followed by a 
parade that will end with 
residents going to the King’s 
Soup event. Once there 
they will all join forces to 
help cook a hearty soup for 
a community feast at Clare¬ 
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Pastors to offer advice and flip flops 


Kingston street pastors safe when out and about 
were raising awareness of ahead of national personal 
the importance of keeping safety day. 


Helping: Chief Inspector Bill Heasman and street 
pastor Paul Jacobs with free flip-flops and water 


The pastors set up a 
stand at the corner of 
Eden Street and Clarence 
Street on Saturday to offer 
advice about personal 
safety and give tips about 
issues, such as keeping an 
eye on drinks when in 
bars and being aware of 
what is going on around 
you while using mobile 
phones and other technol¬ 
ogy while walking the 
streets. 

They talked to the public 
and gave out 250 personal 
alarms, flip-flops, water, 
and advice, along with 
Kingston First, Kingston 
police and the NHS. 



Police station closed on Sunday 

Kingston police station 6.30am and 5pm. The police station is 

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cal works between Ewell Road, Surbiton, completed in July. 


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News 5 


Delay to having your 
say on ward closures 


A consultation on plans to 
axe an emergency ward and 
maternity unit at a hospital 
in south-west London have 
been delayed. 

The Better Services Better 
Value (BSBV) review, which 
aims to improve services 
and save money, was due to 
be under way but has been 
put back to include views 
from NHS providers in 
Surrey. 

The public consultation 
will now also enable people 
from Surrey who use south¬ 
west London hospitals to ex¬ 
press their views. 

The consultation, to decide 
to shut the units at either 
Kingston, Croydon, St Heli- 
er, Sutton, or St George’s 
Tooting, is now likely to 
begin in November. 

In July, BSBV put forward 
its preferred model for 
health services in south¬ 
west London recommending 



Under threat? Kingston 

Deadlinepix KT65387 


St Helier lose its accident 
and emergency and its ma¬ 
ternity departments. 

A spokeswoman for the 
Better Services Better Value 
programme said: “These are 
only recommendations.” 

NHS South West London is 
arranging a briefing for 
Kingston councillors and 
Guildhall staff on Novem¬ 
ber 13 starting at 4pm in the 
council chamber. 


Nurse who tied patient with 
sheet allowed to work again 


A care home nurse who tied a 
woman with dementia down 
with a bed sheet to stop her 
smearing faeces over herself is 
free to return to nursing, a 
hearing has ruled. 

Orlando de la Cruz, who was 
a nurse at Galsworthy House 
Nursing Home on Kingston 
Hill, had his ruling delivered 
on Friday by the Nursing and 
Midwifery Council (NMC) 
after a two-day hearing. 

He admitted restraining an 
elderly woman, referred to as 
resident A, by tying a bed 
sheet over her body to the rails 
on either side of the bed. 

The NMC panel said Mr de la 
Cruz’s actions on January 15 
last year placed her at risk of 
harm and were “misguided” 
but said he was trying to 


by CLARE BUCHANAN 

cbuchanan@london.newsquest.co.uk 

protect her. 

The panel heard it was a bad 
night for resident A, who was 
restless, and the sheet was tied 
loosely. 

She remained tied up until a 
handover the following day 
when she was found by staff 
on the day shift. 

Mr de la Cruz was present at 
the hearing but was not legally 
represented. 

He told the panel that the in¬ 
cident had taught him to be 
more cautious and said he 
would now act differently if he 
was faced with a similar situa¬ 
tion. 

He said that he considered 
himself to be a hands-on nurse 


who enjoyed caring for pa¬ 
tients and said that he would 
never restrain a patient again. 

The panel said there was no 
evidence Mr de la Cruz’s re¬ 
straint arose out of any im¬ 
proper motives or with intent 
to harm the woman and they 
were satisfied he would not do 
it again. 

They said: “This was a one- 
off incident and the panel is 
satisfied that appropriate steps 
have been taken by Mr de 
la Cruz to remediate this 
behaviour.” 

The panel ruled that his fit¬ 
ness to practise was not im¬ 
paired and did not impose any 
sanctions on him, leaving him 
free to continue working as a 
nurse, when the hearing con¬ 
cluded on Friday, October 5. 


A spokesman for Galsworthy 
House said: “While the NMC 
has brought no sanctions 
against Mr de la Cruz, we can 
categorically confirm he has 
not been an employee of 
Galsworthy House since we re¬ 
ported the incident and inves¬ 
tigated in January 2011. 

“When the incident occurred 
20 months ago, the senior staff 
team acted immediately and 
Mr de la Cruz was suspended 
straight away and all of the 
appropriate authorities were 
informed. An internal investi¬ 
gation was held and Mr de la 
Cruz was dismissed. 

“The health and wellbeing of 
our residents is our absolute 
priority and we are proud 
of the high quality care we 
deliver.” 



Popular event: Worshippers from the parish of St John the Baptist had their 
pets blessed by the Rev Kevin Scott 

Creatures great and small blessed 


In heaven, as the saying goes, the lion will 
he down with the lamb. 

But down here on Earth, supernatural 
levels of tolerance were needed for cats, 
dogs, rabbits, gerbils, and hamsters to set¬ 
tle down during a special church service 
for pets recently. 

The parish church of St John the Bap¬ 
tist, in Old Malden, welcomed the animals 
and their owners for the service. 

One of the cats was transfixed by a near¬ 
by hamster, just a leap away, but resisted 
temptation. 


The Rev Kevin Scott led the service in 
the Lady Chapel of the church and blessed 
the pets, which included eight cats and five 
dogs, and members of the congregation. 

He said: “We did it because, apart from 
being a good thing to do, we wanted to af¬ 
firm to people that God is concerned with 
the whole. 

“Pets generate a huge amount of love, 
which comes from God.” 

Mr Scott has run the pet service before 
and said, given its success, he would defi¬ 
nitely hold it again. 


Film grant 

A filmmaker has 
secured £5,000 from 
arts charity Ideas 
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Samantha Ma, 24, 
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‘Funds delay’ means school 
will not be finished on time 



by CLARE BUCHANAN 

cbuchanan@london.newsquest.co.uk 

Children will be stuck in 
temporary classrooms for 
another three months after 
the architect for a school 
rebuild admitted next year’s 
September deadline could 
not be met. 

The assurance that the 
temporary decant of Christ 
Church Junior School would 
be for only a year was 
made as recently as two 
weeks ago. 

But architect Nick Baker 
told parents and residents on 
Wednesday the school would 
not be finished until January 
because of delays in Govern¬ 
ment funding. 

He said: “If you are starting 
behind the line you are never 
going to catch up, even if you 
are Usain Bolt. 


“We really are in desperate 
situations. We are doing as 
much as we possibly can.” 

The school was relocated 
into seven temporary class¬ 
rooms on playing fields be¬ 
hind Mount Road in New 
Malden after its Elm Road 
site was declared dangerous 
last year. 

It was hoped the temporary 
move would free up the ju¬ 
nior school site and allow for 
a rebuild to be completed in 
time for pupils to return to 
for the new school year in 
September 2013. 

Headteacher Tabitha White 
said planning permission to 
stay on the temporary site 
would now have to be extend¬ 
ed for longer than the agreed 
12-month period. 

She said: “We thought we 
would get the amount of 
funding in earlier. It is a 


frustrating situation.” 

A planning application will 
be submitted in two weeks 
and it is hoped it will 
be considered at Kingston 
Council’s committee meeting 
on December 12 to allow 
work to start next March. 

Plans for the new school in¬ 
clude six car parking spaces, 
including a disabled bay, 
cycle racks, a covered en¬ 
trance, a paved and protected 
waiting area, and a large 
hall. 

Architects hope to include 
panels of coloured glass after 
its successful use at the bor¬ 
ough’s newest school, Lime 
Tree Primary in Surbiton, 
and hope a kitchen will be 
added at a later stage when 
funding becomes available. 

Plans will remain on dis¬ 
play in the school for the 
public to view. 



Here to stay for now: Pupils, far left, in the temporary 
classrooms, above Deadlinepix HY4999 


‘Not realistic from beginning’ 


Residents raised fears over 
safety, traffic and overcrowding 
when the move was proposed 
and were promised the tempo¬ 
rary decant would be for a 
maximum of 12 months to keep 
disruption to a minimum. 

Chestnut Grove resident 
Maureen Wilkins said: “They 
have not been realistic from the 
beginning. 

“We knew that but I think they 
think we are all brain dead. I do 
not think they have put enough 
into it to get it done in time.” 

Chestnut Grove resident 


Vic Platten was hoping his twin 
daughters would attend the 
Church of England school in 
the future and said he thought 
the school had done the best it 
could have, given the 
circumstances. 

He said: “Clearly the earlier 
the school is built the better but 
if someone does not tell you 
how much money you have got 
at all so late that is an inevitable 
consequence. 

“That is the Government’s 
issue again, not a function of 
the school or governors.” 


Play area goes soft 


The opening of a new two- 
storey soft play area is edg¬ 
ing closer for excited 
young Kingston children. 

A purpose-built area with 
wavy slides, ball pools and 
zip wires will officially 
open at the YMCA Hawker 
Centre, on Friday, October 


26, with a public opening 
the following day. 

Part of a £400,000 full re¬ 
development of the com¬ 
munity centre, the 
children’s play pod will be 
open daily from 9.30am to 
5.30pm from the end of the 
month. 


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fraud has been remanded in 
custody. 

John Stalker, of Canbury 


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on October 2, accused of three 
charges of fraud by false repre¬ 
sentation and one of acquiring, 
possessing or using criminal 
property. 


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plea but a date for referring his 
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News 7 


NEWSbr/ef 

MURDER TRIAL: The date for 
the trial of a man accused 
of killing a 37-year-old 
Kingston mum has been 
set. Muhammed Asad 
Niazi, 29, will face trial at 
the Old Bailey on Decem¬ 
ber 3 on a charge of mur¬ 
dering care worker and 
mother-of-one Charito 
Cruz, of Cambridge Road, 
on September 26 last year. 

XMAS FUN: Kingston’s Tudor 
Christmas market will take 
over the Market Place from 
November 8 to December 
24. Wooden chalets housing 
gift stalls, mulled wine 
stands and carol singers 
will all be on offer. 


Kittens rescued from rubbish bin 


Tiny kittens that were found 
abandoned in a rubbish bin 
are looking for a new home. 

Three five-week-old cats 
were brought into the God¬ 
dard Veterinary Practice in 
Kingston by a man who heard 
the sound of their desperate 
meows in a black bin bag in 
Surbiton, on Tuesday, 
September 18. 

Despite the best efforts of 
the vet practice to save the 
kittens one of the felines had 
to be put down leaving behind 
his brother and sister. 

Vets and nurses at the prac¬ 
tice in Park Road have named 
the tabby and white cat Oliver 


by CLARE BUCHANAN 

cbuchanan@london.newsquest.co.uk 

and his tortoiseshell and 
white sister Bonnie. 

Student veterinary nurse 
Zoe Crook has taken the pair 
under her wing, hand-rearing 
them and getting up during 
the night to ensure they are 
fed around the clock. 

She said: “Kittens should be 
with their mother until they 
are eight weeks old so these 
kittens are really very young 
and I do not understand how 
someone could be so cruel as 
to just abandon them in a bin. 

“We are grateful to the car¬ 


ing young man who brought 
them in to us and are doing 
everything we can to help 
them recover from this 
ordeal.” 

Vet at the practice Heather 
Covey urged people having 
difficulty caring for their pets 
to call rescue charities or 
their vet rather than aban¬ 
doning them. 

She said: “There is help 
available and animals should 
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nick of time. 

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in a suspected drive-by attack 
that shattered two car 
windows. 

Residents in Connaught 
Road, New Malden, were left 
shocked by the incident, which 
happened at about 9pm on Sat¬ 
urday, September 29. 

Dylan White was visiting his 
mother in New Malden when 
his Volvo estate parked in the 
street was attacked. 

The 54-year-old from Guild¬ 
ford said he heard his car 
alarm go off and, on going to 
see what had happened, he dis¬ 
covered the back window had 
been shattered. 

He said: “I assumed someone 
had smashed it with a hammer. 

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could see that the first shot had 
gone on the rim. The second 
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would happen.” 

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was parked on the roadside 
and also had its back window 
shattered, but she said she did 



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alerted to the incident by 
police. 

She said: “You just don’t ex¬ 
pect it. It seems awful, like a 
drive-by shooting in America. 
It was a shock.” 

A Kingston police spokesman 
said they were called to the 


scene to reports of damage to a 
car and found two cars with 
shattered windows but no 
property was stolen. 

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are currently investigating the 
incidents and considering 
whether the damage was 
caused by an air weapon. 


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found at the scene to support 
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No thanks: MD Electronics’ owner said Paul Don Smith told him the artwork would include his 
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A shopkeeper is threatening to 
paint over a piece of Banksy-style 
Olympic-themed graffiti. 

Bradley Wiggins, Mo Farah and 
the Queen adorn a wall on the 
side of a Richmond Road store 
north of the station. 

The shopkeeper, who identified 
himself as Ram, said: “We are 
going to have it removed. 

“They said they would write MD 
Electronics but they did not and 
they did not come back to do it. 
We are going to paint over it and 


by NAZIA PEWJI 

ndewji@london.newsquest.co.uk 

put MD Electronics.” 

Graffiti artist Paul Don Smith, 
who lives in Kingston, said: “I did 
the painting just after the 
Olympics sometime when the 
Paralympic Games were going on. 

“I just got on to that excitement 
of the Olympics and I wanted to 
contribute to it. I am all about po¬ 
sitioning and with the road races 
going through Kingston it seemed 


right - especially to have Wiggins. 

“I have done one in Richmond 
too. I am trying to paint one in 
Hampton Court. I am trying to 
find the perfect location for it.” 

The artist, who has been spray¬ 
ing for more than 20 years, said it 
had taken him half a day to cut 
the stencils and just half an hour 
to work his magic on the day. 

The father-of-two said: “I do all 
my stuff legally now. 

“I design things people like and 
want to see.” 


New initiative 
just the trick 
for our vicars 

Stressed, overweight and hard-drinking 
clergy are being targeted by a campaign 
that aims to get reverends revved up. 

The Vicar Vitality initiative aims to 
get ministers, vicars and pastors fit and 
healthy by offering support and dis¬ 
counted access to their gyms in 
Kingston, Surbiton and Wimbledon. 

The campaign was launched after 
YMCA London South West found that, 
of 100 Kingston church leaders on its 
database, seven had been signed off on 
long-term sickness in recent months 
and suffered from obesity and 
depression. 

The research found, of those who com¬ 
pleted the survey, 70 per cent have a 
medical condition that required treat¬ 
ment, 80 per cent skipped breakfast at 
least once a week, and 50 per cent drunk 
five times a week. 

The YMCA’s Ben Mole said the organi¬ 
sation wanted to give something back to 
the selfless people who gave so much to 
the community. 

He said: “We came across a few guys 
working in church leadership roles who 
felt stressed. 

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give something back. 

“They are there to help support the 
community and there is that issue of 
who is supporting them.” 

Mr Mole said more than 10 church 
leaders had already taken up the offer of 
a month’s free membership with more 
interest rolling in. 


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Learning is now plane 
sailing for uni students 



Dropping in: The fuselage section will be used by those study¬ 
ing travel and tourism and aeronautical engineering 


by CHRISTINE FLEMING 

cfleming@london.newsquest.co.uk 

A 45ft aeroplane section has land¬ 
ed at Kingston College in time for 
the start of the new term. 

The segment of an Embraer 
EMB 110 Bandeirante passenger 
plane forms part of a new aviation 
village at the college’s Penrhyn 
Road site and is a tribute to 
Kingston’s strong aeronautical 
history. 

According to the college the un¬ 
usual addition of a large aero¬ 
plane segment will become 
an interactive resource for 
students. 

Travel and tourism lecturer 
Daniel Dobranski said: “This will 
become a unique and exciting re¬ 
source for all our learners in trav¬ 
el and tourism together with our 
engineering learners.” 

The arrival of the unorthodox 
teaching aid has taken eight 
months’ planning and will pro¬ 
vide a chance for students to get 
hands-on experience of working 
with a real plane. 

The South American-built air¬ 
craft usually carries about 20 pas¬ 
sengers and is generally used for 
internal flights, as opposed to the 
military Hawker jets that were 
once built in Kingston. 

David Hassard, of the Kingston 


aviation centenary project, 
said: “I am delighted that 
Kingston University and Kingston 
College still have aeronautical de¬ 
partments and still do these sorts 
of things. 

“They are investing in their 
aeronautical departments and 
making sure people get their 
hands on real aeroplanes. 

That is great as we don’t want 
the heritage and knowledge and 
skills in this area to be lost.” 

The plane will be used by engi¬ 
neering students to practise 


restoration and repair work and 
by travel and tourism students for 
cabin crew sessions. 

An extra aircraft fuselage sec¬ 
tion, complete with 12 seats, fully 
useable emergency doors, a galley 
area and cabin crew jump seat 
will also be used for emergency 
drills and rapid decompression 
demonstrations. 

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own real aircraft teaching facili¬ 
ties and is home to a Learjet, 
which can be used for students to 
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Failings over baby inquest delay 



Making improvements: The coroner said profound changes had been made at Kingston Hospital ‘to try to ensure 
this tragedy does not happen again’ Deadiinepix KT65387 


by TOM BARNES 

tbarnes@london.newsquest.co.uk 

A coroner has apologised to 
grieving parents after it took 
three years for mistakes that 
led to the death of their twin 
baby daughter to be heard at 
inquest. 

Lucy Wood, conceived with 
IVF treatment, suffocated dur¬ 
ing delivery at Kingston Hospi¬ 
tal on June 29, 2009, and spent 
the rest of her short life on life 
support. Her twin survived. 

Coroner Dr Peter Ellis criti¬ 
cised the hospital for failing to 
report the death, forcing par¬ 
ents Lucy and Malcolm Wood 
to contact the coroner’s court 
to get to the bottom of their 
baby’s death. 

They had to wait until Au¬ 
gust 2010 to discover there had 
been an internal investigation, 
despite raising concerns at a 
meeting two months after 
Lucy’s death, a situation de¬ 
scribed as lamentable by Dr 
Ellis. 

At that meeting a consultant 
dismissed concerns over the 
handling of the birth, even 
though multiple investigations 
were ongoing, her inquest 
heard. 

Speaking at Fulham Coro¬ 
ner’s Court on September 28, 
Dr Ellis said: “I am very sorry 
it has taken three years for you 
to have this heard in court. 

“We cannot turn back time 


and make things right. 

“I hope it is some comfort for 
you to know Lucy’s death was 
not worthless and that has pro¬ 
voked profound changes at 
Kingston Hospital to try to en¬ 
sure this tragedy does not hap¬ 
pen again.” 

Recording a narrative ver¬ 
dict, he criticised the hospital 
for serious “individual and 


systematic failings in plan¬ 
ning, supervision and monitor¬ 
ing” of the birth. 

He pointed to a lack of effec¬ 
tive leadership from on duty 
obstetrician Naguib Naguib, 
describing him as “a captain 
not on the bridge when he was 
most needed”. 

He stopped short of referring 
his case to the General Medical 


Council. 

He said midwife Tatiana 
McGill had not followed basic 
guidelines, properly examined 
the foetal monitor or commu¬ 
nicated with the on-duty regis¬ 
trar. 

He said: “This ought to have 
been reported to this court by 
the hospital. 

“The trust knew or ought to 


have known the pathologist’s 
conclusion as to the cause of 
death was directly related to 
shortcomings in midwifery 
and obstetric care identified in 
the root cause analysis.” 

He said audits of multiple 
births at the hospital did 
not indicate perfect standards, 
but steps had been taken to 
improve care. 


An apology 

The head of midwifery at 
Kingston Hospital apologised 
to the parents of Lucy Wood for 
failing to report the toddler’s 
death to the coroner’s court. 

Anna Dellaway issued a pub¬ 
lic apology on behalf of the 
hospital, admitting it should 
have contacted the court after 
an internal investigation had 
taken place. 

She said a child death scruti¬ 
ny panel was recently estab¬ 
lished to investigate all child 
deaths and to report the deaths 
to the coroner’s office. 

She said: “Firstly, on behalf of 
the trust, I would like to person¬ 
ally and publicly say how sorry 
we are for the sad and tragic 
loss of Lucy Wood. We ac¬ 
knowledge we had an opportu¬ 
nity once the investigation was 
done to report to the coroner 
and for that we apologise.” 

When asked why the family’s 
concern over the handling of 
the birth was dismissed so 
early into the investigation, she 
said: “When Mrs Wood was 
seen by the obstetrician the re¬ 
port was still in progress so the 
obstetrician was not able to 
provide her with all the informa¬ 
tion. Serious incident investiga¬ 
tions can be a lengthy 
process.” 

She admitted neither Mr 
Naguib nor Mrs McGill had 
been disciplined following the 
incident, but said a programme 
of development was put in 
place to deal with concerns 
raised in the investigation. 


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Staff from Your Health¬ 
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tal, which was demolished 
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Political battle: Richard Donnelly said Edward Davey MP’s 
campaign had not saved the Sunshine ward Deadiinepix KT56307 


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cfleming@london.newsquest.co.uk 

Edward Davey’s declaration of 
victory in the campaign to save a 
Kingston Hospital children’s 
ward has been questioned by 
political opponents who said 
the Sunshine ward was still 
threatened. 

The ward was in the frame to be 
shut by the Better Services Better 
Value (BSBV) review, which aims 
to improve services and save 
money. 

The 26 inpatient beds in the 
Sunshine ward could be closed 
and moved to St George’s Hospi¬ 
tal Tooting if recommendations 
of the BSBV NHS review are 
pushed through. 

Mr Davey, MP for Kingston and 
Surbiton, said last month the 
Sunshine ward had been saved. 

But Richard Donnelly, secretary 
of Kingston Trades Council, 
which represents local trade 
unions, said: “Ed Davey has tried 
to claim victory against plans to 
close Sunshine - but nothing 
has actually changed from the 
proposals. 

“SW London NHS still wants to 
close down the inpatients’ ser¬ 
vices for local children - and that 
means parents will have to 


commute to Tooting to see their 
sick kids.” 

Better Services Better Value de¬ 
clined to comment on whether it 
had changed its proposals since 
the launch of the Save Sunshine 
ward campaign. 

Mr Davey insisted the proposals 
had changed since his campaign 
with a “paediatric assessment 
unit” changed to a “short stay 
ward”. 

He also said the review team 
were on the record as saying the 
“vast majority” of children treat¬ 


ed now at Kingston would contin¬ 
ue to be treated there, which he 
said was very different from how 
the original proposals were ex¬ 
plained and understood by medi¬ 
cal staff at Kingston Hospital. 

He said: “I’m finding it irritat¬ 
ing when people are effectively 
accusing me of lying when I’m re¬ 
peating things from the hospital. 

“I’m clear from what I have read 
and been told, they have changed 
significantly.” 

The plans will be subject to pub¬ 
lic consultation later this year. 



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Post: The Editor, Kingston Guardian, 2nd Floor, Allied House, 29-39 London Road, Twickenham TW1 3SZ 
Email: letters@kingstonguardian.co.uk 



Staff parking minimal 


Better cycling security in 
town centre is good idea 


After reading the open letter 
to Councillor Shiraz Mirza 
asking for improvements for 
cyclists in the Kingston area 
rather than a monument as a 
legacy from the Olympics, I 
wanted to make a further sug¬ 
gestion (Better cycling safety 
would be perfect Olympic 
legacy, September 27). 

I used to really enjoy cycling 
along the towpath from Wal¬ 
ton to Kingston for an after¬ 
noon shopping combined with 
exercise, but last time I did 


this both my and my hus¬ 
band’s bike were stolen from 
the rack outside John Lewis, 
opposite TK Maxx. 

I was shocked at the police 
reaction when I asked them 
advice about what to do to pre¬ 
vent this in future and they 
simply told me that the rack I 
used was a crime hotspot, 
thefts are really common and 
it seems the CCTV is of little 
use. 

They said no matter how 
good the bike lock, a thief can 


break through it and the only 
remedy would be to find an¬ 
other rack further in the cen¬ 
tre of town and not leave the 
bike too long. 

I feel I have no choice now 
but to drive to Kingston, 
which means no exercise, fre¬ 
quent traffic jams and queues 
for the car park. I would really 
welcome a safe place to leave 
my bike and would be pre¬ 
pared to pay for it, say £1 for a 
secure bike park, still much 
cheaper than the car park. 


Could a self financing 
scheme be investigated, 
whereby the bikes are held in 
a similar rack to the Barclays 
bikes? 

I am sure people who want 
to go shopping by bike would 
be prepared to pay for addi¬ 
tional security and therefore 
spend longer in Kingston pa¬ 
tronising the shops and 
restaurants. 

CANDY HARDING 
Walton 


As an AST ambulance ser¬ 
vice employee I felt the need 
to address the residents and 
especially Mike Hoare of 
Chessington Residents’ Asso¬ 
ciation (Ambulance job loss¬ 
es, September 27). 

The main cause for concern 
to all the residents surround¬ 
ing the company is “parking 
in the street”. 

On a scale of one to 10 with 
everything going on in the 
country, someone parking 
outside your house to go to 
work is possibly on the scale 
between one and two. A very 
minor nuisance at best, but 
not life changing. 

AST has encouraged all the 
workers to use public trans¬ 
port, cycles or motorcycles/ 
scooters to come to work 
wherever possible. 

The amount of staff park¬ 
ing locally is minimal, but 
they are noticeable due to the 
green ambulance clothing 
and fluorescent jackets. 

Next door to AST a new 
Tesco Express is being built. 

With the size of the build¬ 
ing, how many Tesco workers 
will have to park their vehi¬ 
cles in the adjoining streets? 
How much more traffic will it 
generate? This has not been 
questioned. 

What will happen when 
someone parks outside your 
driveway because “they were 
only popping in quickly” to 
Tesco? 


The residents have the in¬ 
convenience of parking a few 
extra yards away from their 
house, but what about the 
shopkeepers in the vicinity 
of Tesco that will have to 
close? 

I can think of at least six 
stores within 100 yards that 
will no longer be able to gen¬ 
erate a living for their family. 
The residents can look for¬ 
ward to a vast amount of 
charity shops starting up as 
no convenience shops will 
survive any longer. 

AST has always tried to 
generate local businesses 
with their custom at all 
times. 

Now we have been asked to 
leave by Mr Hoare and his as¬ 
sociation, it will be a loss to 
more people than just the 
staff being made redundant. 

Just so people are aware of 
the directors who run the 
company, two ambulances 
were donated to a Caribbean 
country via one of the em¬ 
ployees of the company only 
last month. 

To finish I would just like to 
add that the next time (God 
forbid) an emergency vehicle 
is called out to this area, how 
far did they have to travel to 
attend and how sooner could 
it have arrived to save a life? 

DEREK OLROG 
AST Ambulance Service 
employee 


We need a permanent aviation museum 


I was very pleased to see 
the letter from the mayor 
of Kingston expressing 
her “thanks to the people 
of Kingston... who made 
this summer’s events in 
Kingston so special” (Well 
done, September 28). 

However she made an 
error when she described 
the Kingston aviation cen¬ 
tenary exhibitions as “the 
civil aviation centenary”. 

Whatever one’s views 


about military aircraft no 
one can deny that in the 
Battle of Britain 
Kingston’s Hawker Hurri¬ 
cane, together with the 
Spitfire, saved this coun¬ 
try and the Harrier led the 
world in vertical take-off 
and landing fixed wing 
aircraft and is still in ser¬ 
vice with the US forces, 
some of which recently 
got blown up by the 
Taliban. 


Which leads me on to a 
plea. Is there anywhere in 
Kingston where we can 
have a permanent display 
of at least one complete 
aircraft, or replica, 
and memorabilia of 
Kingston’s amazing 100 
years of aircraft design 
and manufacture? 

Having just visited the 
Zeppelin Museum in 
Friedrichshafen, by Lake 
Constance, what about a 


pavilion by the Thames in 
Canbury Gardens or, fail¬ 
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the presently unused base¬ 
ment under John Lewis 
adjacent to the undercroft 
and old bridge footings; 
now that really would be 
history displayed. 

JOHN MCCARTHY 
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Sharp focus on a woolly idea 


Special Olympics team in gold medal haul 



Top of the shops: Hen¬ 
rietta Jerram’s jumper 
design will be sold in 
Topshop 


A love of fashion and a 
passion for wool has seen 
the dreams of one former 
Kingston University stu¬ 
dent become a reality. 

Henrietta Jerram, 23, 
who graduated with a de¬ 
gree in fashion design 
this June, used her love 
of working with wool to 
find inspiration for a 
new woollen jumper de¬ 
sign that has been picked 
up by Topshop and will 
sell at stores across the 
country from October 15. 

Miss Jerram, whose 
student home was in 
Portland Road, Kingston, 
is now preparing to move 
to America and take up a 
post at fashion brand 
Abercrombie and Fitch 
and said she was ecstatic 
her design was becoming 
part of the Topshop 
brand. 

She said: “I found I just 
fell in love with knitted 
garments and in my final 
collection I had a coat 
and trousers that were 


woven, but everything 
else I knitted myself. 

“I was ecstatic when I 
was told my design was 
chosen. 

“It is such a massive op¬ 
portunity to just be out 
of university and have 
something in the actual 
shops.” 

Featuring a tongue-in- 
cheek sheep-inspired slo¬ 
gan “sheep thrills” 
emblazoned across a 
colourful take on a Fair 
Isle knit jumper base, 
Miss Jerram’s design 
will be released by Top- 
shop to mark national 
UK wool week. 

The proud designer will 
be celebrating in a fitting 
manner. 

She said: “I think quite 
a lot of us are going to 
Oxford Street on the 
morning it launches as 
everyone is excited and 
we joke it will be all 
my family and friends 
who are going to buy 
them.” 


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The Special Olympics Surrey 
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Six athletes from Team 
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the Special Olympics Eastern 


Regional Athletics event last 
month. 

Despite being one of the small¬ 
est teams in the competition they 
returned home with eight medals 
out of the 11 up for grabs. 

The athletes only had one 


training session since returning 
from the summer holiday break, 
but excelled on the day, winning 
five golds, two silvers and one 
bronze. 

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Glad to be back: Laurentia Tan, centre, with fellow riders at the Diamond Centre 

Back in the saddle at 
former riding school 


A Paralympic medallist returned 
to the riding centre where she first 
trained when she was just five 
years old. 

Laurentia Tan, an equestrian 
competitor from Kingston who 
won Singapore’s first ever Para¬ 
lympic medal, learned to ride at 
Carshalton’s Diamond Centre for 
Disabled Riders. 

The 33-year-old, who was born 
with cerebral palsy and is pro¬ 
foundly deaf, started at the centre 
when she was five years old to help 
with her mobility. 

She went on to compete at the 
Beijing Paralympics for Singa¬ 
pore, gaining two bronze medals in 
dressage, and this summer at Lon¬ 
don 2012 she won silver and a 
bronze. 


by SOPHIA SLEIGH 

ssleigh@london.newsquest.co.uk 

She returned to the centre last 
Sunday, taking part in a musical 
performance. 

Speaking of her time at the cen¬ 
tre, she said: “For many years, it 
was more therapeutic, helping 
with my mobility, my co-ordina¬ 
tion, muscle strengthening. 

“With riding, my posture and my 
walk improved a lot. I have always 
enjoyed riding and over the years I 
would often watch the more ad¬ 
vanced riders with admiration.” 

She said it was great to return to 
the centre. 

Miss Tan said: “To be honest, I 
did not realise it was not only 
going to be Singapore’s first ever 


medals for the Paralympics, but 
also it was the first for the whole of 
Asia in the equestrian events. 

“When my first event in the Bei¬ 
jing 2008 had finished and I got my 
bronze medal I felt as though I was 
dreaming - in a state of shock.” 

Miss Tan met her horse, Ruben 
James, last October and said she 
fell in love with him within five 
minutes of jumping in the 
saddle. 

After winning two medals in 
London this summer Miss Tan 
took part in the victory parade in 
Singapore and enjoyed a cham¬ 
pagne dinner. 

Miss Tan trains with Diamond 
Centre’s instructor Penny Pegrum 
and hopes to be selected for Rio in 
2016. 


Firefighters offered redundancy in cuts 


Frontline firefighters have 
been offered voluntary redun¬ 
dancy by London Fire Brigade, 
which is considering the move 
as a way to make £65m worth of 
cuts. 

Firefighters and non- 
uniformed staff for the capi¬ 
tal’s brigade received letters 
asking for expressions of inter¬ 
est in voluntary redundancy, 
which could help make savings 
ordered by Mayor Boris John¬ 
son. 

The Fire Brigades Union 
(FBU) secretary for Kingston 
and Richmond, Paul Neale, said 
the offer was based on the 
statutory minimum payments 
and it is hoped the offer would 
be increased. 

He said: “It is highly unlikely 


such an unattractive offer 
would appeal to the broad mass 
of FBU members. 

“Even if it did, we believe it 
would be premature and 
counter-productive to express 
interest in voluntary redundan¬ 
cy, especially given the authori¬ 
ty’s ongoing discussions with 
the Government regarding the 
potential for increasing the 
offer.” 

Mr Neale said the proposal 
might be seen as beneficial to 
about 80 firefighters in 
Kingston and Richmond who 
have done at least 30 years of 
service. 

He said the union was con¬ 
cerned about the additional 
stress and workload that would 
be put on uniformed staff that 


remain in their jobs if the 
brigade decided to pursue vol¬ 
untary redundancies. 

A London Fire Brigade 
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“We have been given a target 
for these savings, and we are 
currently considering our re¬ 
sponse to this. All options are 
being considered but no deci¬ 
sions have yet been made.” 

Mr Neale also claimed the 
brigade would not be recruiting 
in 2013. 

London Fire Brigade (LFB) is 
due to publish formal proposals 
on budget cuts on November 15, 
which will be followed by a con¬ 
sultation with the union. 

























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T0LW0RTH SIXTH FORM 

Tolworth Girls’ School, Fullers Way North, Surbiton KT6 7LQ 
Tel: 020 8397 3854 Email: tolworthgirls@rbksch.org 

Prospective Senior Students and 
their parents are warmly invited to our 
Post -16 INFORMATION EVENING 
THURSDAY 18th OCTOBER 2012 

6.00pm - 8.00pm 
Tolworth Sixth Form has a great deal to offer Post-16 Students in 
dedicated Mixed Sixth Form and Vocational Complex:- 


o Rated as ‘Outstanding’ since 2007 by OFSTED 

o Outstanding teaching in an extensive range of AS/A2 and BTEC courses 
o Experienced Sixth Form specialists to guide you through UCAS, 
employment opportunities or Further Education 
o Examination results consistently above the national average 
o Highly successful entry rate to universities of first choice 
o A friendly mixed environment of 300+ students 
o Dedicated Sixth Form Resources Library and Careers Base 
o Specialist Studios for Media Studies and Photography 
o Dedicated 6th Form study area with ICT facilities 
o £200,000 of additional YPLA Funding awarded for excellence at Post-16 
o Tolworth Recreation Centre and 6th form cafeteria 
o Many opportunities for leadership and enrichment 


Daytime tours of the school 2-19 Oct inclusive, 
please ring for appointment. Further details 
available directly from Jackie Bambro, Admissions Officer 
on 020 8739 1374 or look us up on our website: 
www.tolworthgirlsschool.co.uk 

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Outstanding opportunities for students 


The Ursuline High School and 
Wimbledon College (UHS/WC) 
Sixth Form offers students the 
benefits of both schools’ 
extensive experience and 
strength in partnership. 

They provide outstanding 
opportunities for students to 
learn across a breadth of subjects 
and build on their GCSE 
examination success. Preparation 
for university and future careers 
is led by an experienced team of 
sixth form tutors and careers 
advisers who are able to give 
excellent advice and guidance. 

Students gain from greater 


independence and wider 
responsibility. They enjoy the 
academic challenge as well as the 
many enrichment opportunities. 

Sixth form students are 
expected to play a role in the day- 
to-day aspects of the school, and 
to contribute to important 
projects. Whether based at 
Ursuline High School or 
Wimbledon College Sixth Form, 
students’ contribution to school 
life is valued. They have a strong 
sense of belonging to a familiar 
community. 

Sixth form students also benefit 
from an exciting and varied 


enrichment programme in sport, 
drama, science music and many 
other extra-curricular activities, 
Oxbridge classes, links with 
medical and law schools, field 
work and cultural trips, and 
projects designed to complement 
their individual studies. 

As a Roman Catholic sixth form, 
its students are invited to take full 
part in the life of the school 
through our chaplaincy, prefect 
system, leadership training and 
community service programmes 
and to develop as young people 
who seek to use their talents for 
the benefit of others. 


An extensive and exciting curriculum 


Tolworth Girls’ School, and its 
thriving mixed sixth form, is a 
very successful Academy 
School, rated as outstanding by 
Ofsted. 

Tolworth Sixth Form 
provides an extensive and 
exciting curriculum, offering a 
broad mixture of both 
vocational and academic 
subjects, which prepares 
students to successfully 
progress onto higher education 
or into employment. In recent 
years, it has produced an 
outstanding record of 


academic success, particularly 
at A* and A grades, and 
everyone who visits the school 
comments on the calm, 
purposeful atmosphere and the 
friendliness of the students 
and staff. 

Its outstanding teachers are 
delighted to share their 
enthusiasm for their specialist 
subjects with students keen to 
study these at Advanced Level. 

Additionally, students 
further benefit from a varied 
enrichment programme and 
always exceed potential. 




An excellent Roman 
Catholic Sixth Form 


Open Evening 

When: Wednesday 17 October 2012 

Time: 5.00 - 7.00pm 

Where: Wimbledon College, 

Edge Hill, London SW19 4NS 

For further details and other opportunities, 
please visit our websites: 

www. ursulinehigh. merton.sch. uk 
www.wimbledoncollege.org.uk 


At the Ursuline High School and Wimbledon 
College Sixth Form you will benefit from: 

• a 21st century global education characterised by excellent teaching 

• a flourishing enrichment programme 

• pastoral care inspired by a commitment to each individual and their 
growth in self-understanding and self-esteem 

• support to develop the whole person - in 

• extensive links with schools around the world and with the local community 

• tailored careers advice and direct links with the world of work. 


























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Fostering independence and initiative 


“At Southborough High School, 
we believe the progression from 
A-level/BTEC to degree is a 
crucial stage in any young 
person’s life and we prepare 
carefully for this transition, 
helping our students achieve 
their ambitions,” said a 
spokesman for the sixth form. 

“We also believe that education 
is not solely limited to the 
academic sphere. 

“We encourage our students to 
take the opportunity to 
participate in mentoring, 
enrichment activities and sports, 
enabling them to leave as well- 
rounded individuals as well as 
academic success stories.” 

“The mature way in which 
students are treated does much to 
foster their independence and 
initiative. Students cooperate well 
with each other and develop as 


highly confident, articulate 
individuals.” 

“We have an exciting future 
ahead, and with investment in 
new facilities and resources we 
will continue to inspire, motivate 
and challenge our students to 
aspire to achieve their best.” 

Ofsted inspectors said of the 
mixed intake sixth form: “The 
high retention rate reflects the 
enthusiasm and pride that 
students take in the school, and 
their enjoyment of it.” 

The open evening starts at 7pm 
on Thursday, October 18 when 
prospective parents and students 
can come and look around. 

Staff and current students look 
forward to meeting you. For more 
details about the Hook Road, 
Surbiton, school visit www.south 
borough.kingston.sch.uk 



Headteacher Niall Smith 


Every pupil benefits from personal attention 


Ewell Castle is a small 
independent day school located 
in the heart of Ewell Village. 

Small class sizes and a 
commitment to achieving each 
pupil’s potential ensure that 
every student benefits from 
dedicated personal attention. 

All aspects of personal 
development are fostered, and 


pastoral care is consistently 
acknowledged to be outstanding 
(ISI Report 2012). 

From September 2013, the 
sixth form at Ewell Castle will 
become co-educational. 

Sixth formers at Ewell Castle 
follow a stimulating academic 
programme of AS and A-level 
courses, very much tailored to 


the needs of each individual 
pupil. They enjoy significant 
status within the school, and 
many are offered leadership and 
mentoring roles. 

The traditional Castle building 
is complemented by newly 
completed sixth form facilities, 
which include a new computer 
suite and a modernised library. 


EWELL CASTLE SCHOOL 

Achieving each child’s potential 


An Independent Day School, Junior (Co-ed 3-11 years) Senior (Boys 11-16 years) 
Sixth Form Co-educational (16-18 years) 



From 2013 our Sixth Form will be Co-educational 


OPEN MORNING 

Saturday 13th October 10am-12noon - Principal’s Talk 10.15am 

OPEN EVENING (Senior School) 

Wednesday 17th October from 6.00pm - Principal’s Talk 6.15pm 

Individual appointments, particularly for Sixth Form enquiries, can also be made with the Registrar 


Church Street • Ewell • Surrey KT17 2AW 
T: 020 8393 1413 • F: 020 8786 8218 
E: admissions@ewellcastle.co.uk • www.ewellcastle.co.uk 


SOUTHBOROUGH HIGH 

SIXTH FORM 

An Environment for Learning and Achievement 

At Southborough High School, we believe the progression 
from A Level/BTEC to degree is a crucial stage in any young 
person's life and we prepare carefully for this transition 
helping our students achieve their ambitions. We have 
A Level and BTEC Courses available. 



SCHOOL 


What do OFSTED 

about us? 

"Teaching is consistently good and 
encourages students to apply independent 
learning skills such as research and 
discussion" 

"The high retention rate reflects the 
enthusiasm and pride that students take in 
the school and the enjoyment of it" 

SIXTH FORM OPEN EVENING 
Thursday 18th October at 7pm 

tel 020 8391 4324 - fax 020 8391 0177 
emai office@southborough.kingston.sch.uk 
web www.southborough.kingston.sch.uk 

























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THE HOLLYFIELD SCHOOL 
SIXTH FORM OPEN EVENING 

Wednesday, 17th October 2012 
7.00 pm - 9.00 pm 
Enjoy and Achieve 

• Outstanding personal and pastoral mentoring 

• Dedicated study facilities 

• Proven exam success 

• Extensive enrichment opportunities 

• High expectations of achievement 

• Specialist and on-going guidance 

Extremely well served by local buses - 5 minutes walk from Surbiton Station 

Surbiton Hill Road, Surbiton, Surrey KT6 4TU 
Tel: 020 8339 4539 • Fax: 020 8339 4572 
email: sixthform @ hollyfield.kingston.sch.uk 
Headteacher: Mr S J Chamberlain 
Director of Sixth Form: Mrs L Brown 




An Invitation 

Come and see this magnificent Victorian Gothic building with its refurbished and freshly 
decorated state-of-the-art classrooms, new Dining Room, Drama Studio, modern Laboratories, 
stunning Sixth Form Centre, extensive Library, and much more. The 32 acres of grounds offer 
top-class rugby and cricket pitches and there is a splendid Astroturf area for all-weather 
sport, including hockey, 5-a-side soccer and tennis. The lake gives opportunities for kayaking, 
open water swimming and rowing is flourishing on the Thames. 

See-us-in-Action Tours: We invite you to book yourselves in for a 2-hour 
tour of the school during a normal school day. See the boys, meet their teachers, observe 
some lessons, ask your questions, hear about the educational philosophy and sense the 
distinctive ethos of St James. Contact the Registrar, on 01784 266 933 for an appointment. 
Transport: The transport arrangements have worked out brilliantly, with buses 
from different locations and an excellent train service to Ashford Station which is just 
2 minutes walk away! Trains take 20 mins from Windsor, 12 mins from Virginia Water, 
9 mins from Egham and 8 mins from Twickenham. 


OPEN DAYS 
Thursday Evening 
8th November 
6.00pm to 9.00pm 

Headmaster's address 
6.45pm and 7.45pm 

Saturday Morning 
10th November 
9.30am to 1.00pm 

Headmaster's address 
10.15am and 11.15am 


St James Senior Boys' School, Church Road, Ashford, TW15 3DZ Web: www.stjamesboys.co.uk 
Admissions Enquiries and Prospectus Requests: Tel: 01784 266 933 Email: admissions@stjamesboys.co.uk 


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Determination to reach highest standards 


The Hollyfield School in Surbiton 
Hill Road, Surbiton, is located in 
attractive grounds and comprises 
a mix of grand Victorian, as well 
as much newer buildings, 
mirroring the school’s blend of 
traditional values and modern 
teaching strategies. 

The quality of teaching and 
learning is its first priority, and 
results at all levels are very 
impressive, proving clearly 


Hollyfield’s commitment and 
determination to reach the 
highest possible standards. 

It has also continued to develop 
its success with the International 
School Award and the Investors 
in Careers Kite Mark. 

With more than 70 after-school 
clubs and nearly 100 trips each 
year, there is plenty of fun and 
learning to be had outside the 
normal day - you can even learn 


Mandarin and Japanese - while 
sports, music, dance and drama 
all feature strongly at every level 
of the curriculum as well as 
during enrichment time. 

Pupils in the school’s thriving 
sixth form benefit from mobile 
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Marymount International School 
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This year, the school in George Road, 
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The international nature of the 
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will be played at a recital by a 
dedicated piano and organ tutor 
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is a member of the incorporated 
society of musicians and has 
more than 40 years’ experience 
in teaching music at all levels. 
His performance is one of his 
two recitals he gives a year. The 


What’s on 

ticket price includes 
refreshments. 

■ Organ recital by Barry Eaton; 
St John the Baptist Church, 
Church Road, Old Malden; Oc¬ 
tober 13 at 8pm; £7. 

MID LIFE CRISIS: Come along 


for a good sing-a-long with a live 
band storming through famed 
soundtracks at the Victoria in 
Surbiton. On a night named Mid 
Life Crisis you can request 
songs or just sit back and 
relax. There will be a raffle. 

■ Mid Life Crisis, Victoria pub, 
Victoria Road, Surbiton, Octo¬ 
ber 18, 8.30pm, 020 8399 
3007. 


GET THE BLUES: Music lovers 
are invited to come along 
to a chilled night of blues this 
weekend. Jam with Ian Hunt is 
a free weekly gig where every¬ 
one can bring along their 
guitar, harmonica and singing 
voice. 

■ Jam with Ian Hunt, Grey 
Horse, 46 Richmond Road, 
Kingston, October 14, 8pm. 


Quick Crossword 


ACROSS 


6. Road (7) 

7. Indolence (5) 

9. Hiatus (3) 

10. Right (9) 

12. Absurd (11) 

15. Working (11) 

17. Uneven (9) 

19. Base (3) 

21. Unreasonable (5) 

22. Perilous (7) 

Last Week’s 


DOWN 


1. Necessary (5) 

2. Bashful (3) 

3. Role (4) 

4. Irrational (9) 

5. Everlasting (7) 
8. Quickly (6) 

11. Polite (9) 

13. Arrange (3,3) 

14. Frugal (7) 

16. Fashion (5) 
18. Absent (4) 

20. Bad (3) 

Solution: 


Across: 7 Transcription; 8 Disagree; 9 Idea; 10 Direct; 
12 Rather; 14 Defame; 16 Spoken; 18 Spur; 20 Sanctity; 

22 Temperamental 

Down: 1 Artifice; 2 Engage; 3 Scar; 4 Firearms; 5 Strict; 6 
Sole; 11 Treasury; 13 Eventual; 15 Abrupt; 17 Outing; 

19 Peer; 21 Name 


M arking 15 years in 
Kingston has been 
quite a celebration at 
one gallery as the landmark 
birthday has coincided with 
the property’s first refurbish¬ 
ment since it opened, writes 
Christine Fleming. 

The gallery, on a small is¬ 
land in the middle of the 
Hogsmill River, sits on the 
site of a former mill and 
prides itself on showing 
world-class art on residents’ 
doorsteps while maintaining 
the heritage of the site by 
producing works within in- 
house studios. 

Gallery director David 
Falkner said funding from 
the Stanley Picker Trust and 


Kingston University had en¬ 
abled them to make improve¬ 
ments to make the gallery 
even more welcoming to the 
community. 

He says: “The gallery never 
looked particularly welcom¬ 
ing on the outside even 
though we were very proud 
of what we do on the inside 
so we wanted to make it more 
open and welcoming so peo¬ 
ple felt they could come in 
and enjoy the exhibits. 

“It was really important for 
us in terms of our engage¬ 
ment with the community as 
we want them to feel it is 
their gallery.” 

Visitors to the gallery, 
which officially re-opened on 


One of a handful of comics 
to have performed stand-up 
in a pod on the London 
Eye will entertain in 
Kingston. 

Geoff Whiting cut his 
teeth on a series of 
BBC’s 


Shooting Stars and will be 
joined by comedians Dan 
Mitchell, Maff 
Brown and a myste¬ 
rious special guest 
for a night of 
■ laughs. 

Outside the Box 
comedy club; 
the Fighting 
Cocks pub, 


Old 
London 
Road, Kingston; October 
15, doors open 7.45pm, 
show starts 8pm; £7.50, 
£5.50 NUS; visit outside 
theboxcomedy. co.uk. 


freetme 

Theatre Music Film Comedy Events 


Thursday, October 4, can now 
spend time relaxing in a pub¬ 
lic lobby area at the front of 
the gallery as well as having 
access to a terrace overlook¬ 
ing the river. 

And to mark the birthday of 
the gallery and its recent 
makeover the gallery has 
themed its current exhibi¬ 
tion, The Occupants, on look¬ 
ing at the history of the late 
Stanley Picker and his un¬ 
usual house in Kingston, 
which was designed by archi¬ 
tect Kenneth Wood. 

The exhibition includes 
sculptures, photography and 
films by contemporary 
British artists including 2012 
Turner prize nominee 


Elizabeth Price and members 
of the Stanley Picker scholar¬ 
ship programme, and there 
will also be video artworks 
on the gallery’s website. 

Falkner says: “What is ex¬ 
citing about the exhibit is it 
has got lots of contemporary 
artists making work about 
their interpretation of what 
Stanley Picker’s house is and 
what its value is.” 

Stanley Picker Gallery; 
Kingston University, 
Knights Park Campus, 
Kingston; Tuesdays to Sat¬ 
urdays, 11am to 5pm and 
Thursday evenings until 
7pm; free; call 020 8417 
4074 or visit Stanley 
pickergallery.org. 


Gallery staff Natalie Kay, 
David Falkner, Jackie 
Thomas and Sian Miller. 
Inset, the main gallery room 

Deadlinepix KT70908 


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SUNDAY 14th OCTOBER 

SUNDAY 21st OCTOBER 
Cars £12 Vans from £20 Trailers from £5 
Sellers from 7.00am - no need to book 
Massive car parks free. Buyers: before 
8.30: £1, after 8.30:50p. Children free 

More dates: www.hookcarbootsale.com 

or 07788132977 


GRAND CAR BOOT SALE 

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Every Saturday - Cars £10 Vans £20 
Admission £1 after 8.30am or £2 before 
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What's On 


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All school age 2 hours family fun, 
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Saturdays 13 October, 

10 November 10am, 
light lunch included. No booking 
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WANTED URGENTLY IN CHESSINGTON - 2 AND 3 BEDROOM HOUSES AND 
FLATS. 


020 8391 3969 


KEYS 


Residential Letting Agents 


Parry S. Drewett 


Surbiton - 020 8390 3131 
Chessington - 020 8391 3969 
New Malden - 020 8949 0955 


www.parryanddrewett.com 


Groves 
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02)0 8949 0094 


Knights Park, Kingston £950,000 

A rarely available four double bedroom Victorian semi-detached house with 
accommodation over four floors and set in a superb location in central 
Kingston with parking plus large rear garden with a patio and then steps up 
to a huge lawned area with mature plants and a summerhouse. The living 
space is over two floors and comprises a 29ft through reception plus a large 
dining/family room and a well fitted kitchen with a separate utility area. 


New Malden's Premier Letting Agent 


KEYS 


CHESSINGTON 


Email: ask@keysresidential.co.uk 

020 8949 2482 


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Exceptionally spacious 1 bed g/f/f, minutes walk from 
Surbiton town centre & station. Lounge/diningroom 
with large balcony, fitted kit., new bathroom, gas c/h, 
double glazing, entryphone, own garage. No Chain 

020 8390 3131 


Beautifully decorated and mod. det. home situated in a 
River Road location easy access to Kingston & 

Surbiton. Triple aspect Inge, dining room, fitted kit. mod. 
bthroom, d/s c/r, landscaped gdns, osp + gge. No Chain 

020 8390 3131 


Rarely available Vic. family home easy dis. from 
River and town centre. Maintained to a high 
standard. 2 recs. kit/diner, 3 dble beds, gch, 
period features, front and rear gardens. NO CHAIN 

020 8390 3131 


Surprisingly spacious and cleverly designed Studio 
Apartment with gch, dgw, modern kitchen and bathroom, 
allocated parking, own front door. Ultra convenient position 
for New Malden station & high street. No forward chain. 

020 8949 0955 


Unusual ground floor conversion flat with 2 double bedrooms, 
good size lounge, large kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory, 
use of south facing garden, parking to rear, gch and dgw. 

Few minutes walk of New Malden. No forward chain. 

_ 020 8949 0955 _ 


Delightful 3-bedroom family home with well planned layout, 
good size accommodation and benefits of gch, dgw, modern 
kitchen and bathroom, osp. Located between New Malden 
and Kingston Town Centres, close to good transport links 

020 8949 0955 


[Surprisingly spacious 4-bedroom detached family home with 
benefits of a large contemporary style kitchen/breakfast area 
[with utility room, gch, dgw, cloakroom, detached garage and 
osp, southerly aspect rear garden. Viewing recommended 

020 8949 0955 


Chessington £307,000 

Ia 3 bedroom semi - detached house offering modern fitted 
kitchen/breakfast room, well planned bathroom Located just 
a short walk from Chessington North station and local shops 
the property comes with off-street parking, a 75' rear garden. 

_ 020 8391 3969 _ 


Chessington £309,950 

A detached three bedroom house in excellent decorative 
order, includes en suite to master bedroom, family 
bathroom, two peception rooms, downsstairs cloakroom 
and garage, located within walking distance of shops. 

_ 020 8391 3969 _ 


Clayton Road £135,000 

Rarely Availble - A well presented 1 Bedroom 1st Floor 
apartment situated in a purpose built retirement 
development. The property is set within well tended 
communal gardens with residents and visitors parking. 

_ 020 8391 3969 _ 


A 3 bed semi-detached bungalow situated in a 
quiet residential location.This property has been 
modernised throughout including a new kitchen 
and bathroom and an extension to the rear 

_ 020 8391 3969 _ 


020 8391 3969 


Establishes 1969 


Parry & Drewett 


RESIDENTIAL SALES LETTINGS AND BLOCK MANAGEMENT 


KINGSTON £239,950 

Split level 2 bed maisonette with own direct 
access. Recently mod. gas c/h, UPVC dbl glazing, 
modern kit & 2 bathrooms. Lounge 16" 6x15'4, 
bedl 10' x 9'6, bed 2 12'3x11'9. osp. 

020 8390 3131 


SURBITON 


£248,500H KINGSTON 


£755.000 SURBITON 


BERRYLANDS/SURBITON £214,950 

Stylish & beautifully appointed 1b f/f/ conv. within walking 
dis. local shops & Surbiton town centre. Mod. fitted kit. with 
granite work surfaces, solid oak floors, gas c/h, mod. bthr, 
entryphone, communal gdns. Share of Freehold. No Chain 

020 8390 3131 


£699.950 


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NEW INSTRUCTION 


£162.500 


NEW MALDEN 


£274.950 


VC- 


OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITY £900,000 

Substantial detached property located in sought after 
Westbury Road, currently configured as 2 receps with a 
further 2 adjoining receps, 4 double bedrooms on the FF + 2 
attic rooms, annex with additional kitchen & breakfast room. 

020 8949 0955 


NEW MALDEN £445,000 

Well proportioned and flexibly laid out link detached 4- 
bedroom chalet style home which has been extended to 
provide a self contained annex. Situated on a corner plot with 
ample osp and garage via own drive. No onward chain 

020 8949 0955 


( 41 %. 


Kingston vale £850,000 

This property is ideal for a family which needs a separate flat for a live in relative/au-pair or indeed separate 
accommodation to run a business from home. 


NEW MALDEN 


£289.950 


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£415.000 


020 8391 3969 


Chessington £249,950 

A superb penthouse apartment with 2 bedrooms 
and 2 bathrooms. One of only four and occpying the 
entire top floor.Further benefits include a 14ft 
kitchen/dining room with fully integrated appliances. 


CHESSINGTON 


£309.950 


Surbiton - 020 8390 3131 • Chessington - 020 8391 3969 • New Malden - 020 8949 0955 

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West Ewell 


£304,950 


Situated within a desirable road within close proximity to public transport and local shopping parade. Is this well 
appointed two double bedroom detached bungalow being offered with no onward chain. The property features a 
good size lounge, modern fitted kitchen, modern bathroom suite, forecourt parking and a superb size rear garden. 




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020 8391 1689 


Contact Chessington Office 


020 8391 1689 


Contact Chessington Office 


020 8391 1689 


An extended three bedroom semi detached house offering no onward chain and providing spacious entertaining and family space. Situated 
within a desirable road within walking distance of Chessington Town Centre the property provides a lovely 19ft sitting room, large 17ft 
kitchen/breakfast room that leads into the separate dining room/bedroom four and wet room. The rear garden is approximately 80ft. 


£134,950 


£296,950 


Situated within a desirable location within close proximity to public transport is this spacious two 
bedroom extended middle terrace house which provides a wonderful 21ft8 through lounge, generous 
sized 13ft modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room and a 67ft rear garden. 


Set in a very quiet cul de sac within walking distance of Chessington mainline station with open space of 
Chessington golf course at the south and the extensive area of Green belt open countryside is this delightful and 
well appointed first floor studio apartment which provides a spacious studio room, 10ft modern fitted kitchen. 


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i Parry & Drewett 


CHEAM VILLAGE -£1300 PCM UNF 

•3 bed house •Cloakroom 


•Lounge/diner 
•Modern kitchen 


•Garden 
•Garage & osp 


CARSHALTON - £795 PCM UNF 

• 1 bed grnd fl flat ®Dbl glazed 

•Allocated parking ®Own loft 
•Refurbished •Built-in w/robes 



SUTTON -£315,000 LEASEHOLD 

• 3 dbl bed mansion flat •Double glazed 

• 1 st floor • Secure parking 

• Extremely spacious • Share of freehold 



SUTTON -£169,950 LEASEHOLD 

• Spacious 1 dbl bed flat *Gas central heating 

• Luxury fitted kitchen • Door entryphone 

• Luxury bathroom • Allocated parking 



SUTTON -£1100 PCM UNF 

• 2 dbl bed maisonette • Large lounge 

• 1st floor • Dbl glazed 

• Own garden •Ensuite 



SUTTON -£1000 PCM UNF 

• 2 bed 1 st fl flat • Bathroom with shower 

• Good sized lounge • Separate WC 

• Refitted kitchen •Allocated parking 



SUTTON -£160,000 LEASEHOLD 

• 1 dbl bed 3rd fir flat • Luxury bathroom 

• Large lounge •Double glazing 

• Modern kitchen *Own garage 



SUTTON - £289,950 FREEHOLD 

• 3 bed terraced house *ch & dbl glazing 

• Modern kitchen • 50' rear garden 

• Modern bathroom *0/8 parking 2 cars 


NEW MALDEN 

EPSOM 

SUTTON 

020-8492 7733 

01372 727257 

020-8642 2266 

info@hes-newmalden.co.uk 

info@hes-epsom.co.uk 

info@hes-sutton.co.uk 


PHILIP 


Hodges 


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Hampton £384,950 

A charming double fronted four bedroom updated 
family home. Please call for more information. 



Hampton £415,000 

A bright and airy refurbished three bedroom 
detached family home. 



Hounslow OIRO £380,000 

A three bedroom Victorian house c 1900's requiring 
complete refurbishment. Please call for more information. 



Hanworth £129,950 


A spacious one bedroom second floor flat with 
excellent storage. A good 'buy to let' opportunity. 



Hampton Hill OIEO £950,000 

Similar properties urgently required for our buyers. 



Now Let- A three bedroom detached house in 
Hanworth. Similar rental properties urgently required. 


Hampton Hill Office 191 High Street, Hampton Hli,TW12 INL wwwphilip-Kodges.co.uk hamptonhill@phillp-hodges.co.uk 020 8783 1007 


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■ ♦ Lettings, 

a i rect 






Compass Property Limited 

Residential Sales and Lettings 

Tel: 020 8397 5151 

Email: chessington@compassea.co.uk Web: www.compassea.co.uk 


Goldsnapes Residential 

Residential sales, lettings and property management 

Tel: 020 8549 5300 
Web: www.goldsnapes.co.uk 


HJC 

Tel: 020 8390 9290 

Email: lettings@hjc.co.uk Web: www.lettings@hjc.co.uk 


Hoya Homes 

Lettings Management and Sales 

Tel: 020 8949 6633 

Email: lnfohoya@yahoo.co.uk Web: www.hoyahomes.co.uk 


KEYS RESIDENTIAL 

Residential Lettings 

Tel: 020 8949 2482 

Email: ask@keysresidential.co.uk Web: www.keysresidential.co.uk 


K W Lettings 


***Special Offer*** 

™ .-..n i0n/ Please call: 020 8949 8820 

Let Only 5/o. Full Management 8/o. E; sa |es@kwsales.co.uk Web: kwsales.co.uk 
VAT Free when mentioning this advert. Address : 60 High St. New Malden KT3 4EZ 


Miller & Company 

Residential Sales & Lettings in Chessington & Hook 

Tel: 020 8397 5388 

Email: info@millerandcompany.co.uk Web: www.millerandcompany.co.uk 


Parry and Drewett 

Te I: Chessington 020 8391 3969, New Ma Iden 0 20 8949 09 55, 

Surbiton 020 8390 3131 

Sales, Letting and Commercial property 


Seoul Residential 

Residential Sales, Lettings & Management 

Tel: 020 8942 3579 

Email: info@sr4u.co.uk Web: www.sr4u.co.uk 


Your Move 

Chessington: 020 8391 1689 Kingston: 020 8974 5850 
New Malden: 020 8949 5187 Surbiton: 020 8390 6525 
Website: www.your-move.co.uk 


To advert ise here please contact 

Nicola Burton 

Tel: 020 8722 6436 

Email: nburton@london.newsquest.co.uk 



New Malden’s Premier Letting Agent 
Established 1974 


keysresidential.co.uk 


New Malden £1000 pern Unfurn 1 Bed Avail: 13 Oct 


New Malden £1300 pem Part Furn 3 Beds Avail: Early Dec 


KEYS 

RESIDENTIAL 


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New Malden £1350 pem Furn 3 Beds Avail: 8 Dec 


ARLA 

Association of 
Residential Letting Agents 


Email: ask@keysresidential.co.uk 


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RESIDENTIAL SALES LETTINGS AND BLOCK MANAGEMENT 



NEW INSTRUCTION 


£1,050 pcm 


Unfurnished 2 bedroom ground floor flat with gch, dgw, modern kitchen 
and bathroom, osp 1 car. Situated short walk of New Malden High Street 
and Station. Available now. 

020 8949 0955 



tBITN £945pcm 

1 bedroom g/f/f. Modern kitchen and bathroom, double glazing, own 
allocated parking space, 200 meters from Surbiton town centre and 
station. Unfurnished. Available October/November. 



Beautifully presented 1 bedr top floor pb flat in the heart of Surbiton. 
Modern kitchen, gas c/h, UPVC double glazing, sun balcony. Furnished. 
Available November 2012 

020 8390 3131 



Chessington 


£1800 p.c.m 


A spacious 4/5 bedroom detached house with 2 en - suites and a family 
bathroom ,kitchen/diner,2 reception rooms.utility room. Located in a 
residential cul-de-sac just a short walk to Chessington South station. 
Available early August. 

020 8391 3969 



NEW INSTRUCTION 


£1,150 PCM 


Unfurnished large 2 double bedroom GF flat, having recently undergone 
re-decoration with gch, dgw, kitchen/breakfast room, garage. Situated 
easy walk of New Malden high street and station. Available now. 

020 8949 0955 



CHESSINGTON £745Pi 

1 bedroom modern f/f/f. Lounge with open plan kitchen, good size 
bedroom, modern shower room, small private balcony, UPVC double 
glazing. Limited parking. Unfurnished Available October 



2 double bedroom cottage in the heart of Surbiton. 2 receptions, f/f/ 
bathroom, double glazing, gas c/h, approx. 40' rear garden. Unfurnished. 
Available October 

020 8390 3131 



Epsom 


£925 p.c.m 


A spacious 1 Double bedroom ground floor maisonette situated within 
walking distance of Epsom Town centre and main line station. This 
property has the added benefit of off street parking and its own private 
rear garden -Available from 1 st October 

020 8391 3969 


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Funeral Directors 


The co-operative funeralcare 


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020 8549 9493 

Sunbury 

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01932 780 287 

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Business Opportunities 


Kingston 

Adult 

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We wish to invite applications to manage the 
Coffee Bar at King Charles Adult Education Centre 
on a contract basis. During term-time the Centre is 
open weekdays and Monday-Thursday evenings. 
The service comprises the provision of drinks, 
refreshments and light meals in an informal cafe 
setting. You should have experience of providing 
a fast-turn around refreshment service, hold a 
recognised Food Hygiene Certificate, be registered 
as a business and have associated insurance. 

If you would like further information 
please call the Principal, Barrie Selwyn, on 
020 8547 670 2 

Or e-mail: jane.nutley@rbk.kingston.gov.uk 

Closing Date for expressions of interest: 

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Gardening Maintenance 


Willow Landscapes 
Garden Services 


We offer a full professional garden service 
Portfolio available - Fully insured 
Est. 1981 


Patios • Driveways • Fencing 
Turfing • Clearance • Treework 
Design • Construction • Maintenance 


Esher 

Tel: 01372 842424 
07958 618 849 


Jackson Tree Care 

All Aspects of Tree Surgery and 
Landscaping 

24 Hour Emergency Call Out 


FREE QUOTES FREE ADVICE 

• Tree Felling |Qb| • Dead Wood 

• Pruning Removal 

• Shaping * Thinning 

• Crown Lifting • Topping 

I • Hedges & 

Gardening 

PATHS PATIOS FENCING BRICKWORK RENEWED or REPAIRED 

07758566692 0800 7471756 


Joseph’s free Care 

All kinds of trees expertly 
felled, topped, trimmed or pruned 

• Stump Grinding • Hedge 
Trimming • Patios and 
Paving • Shingle Paths 
& Drives • Fencing and 
Turfing • Overgrown 
Gardens Cleared • Rubbish Removed 
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• Fencing • Driveways • Patios • Decking 
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Free Estimates. 

Marshalls Register Approved. 

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0208 337 3737 


LONDON ROAD 

FENCING, LANDSCAPES 
& PROPERTY MAINTENANCE 

• Block Paving • Turfing • Decking 
• Fencing • Patios • Tree care 
• Shed erections & Bases • Jungles tackled 

01372 741 088/07795 429 856 


Patio & Paving 


ACORN 


5. Dotino 


Drive, Paths & Patios 
Power Washing & Stain removal 
Garden Clearance & Tree Work 
Turfing & Fencing 
All work guaranteed 


FREE ESTIMATES 

0208 764 4747/07811 449 737 


Patio & Paving 


Driveway and Patio 
Creations 

• Block • Cobbie • Shingle 
Genuine 40% September discount 
100’s of references & testimonials available 
All work guaranteed 
Established 23 years 
Call for FREE quote or FREE brochure 
0208 941 2929 
97904 579 745 

_Eve/ Weekends_ 


Services - General 


Curtains & Blinds 


WE COME TO YOU 

Family Business Est. 18yrs, 
3,000 Fabrics 
Individually Designed 
Curtains And Blinds 
Professionally Fitted 
Sensible Price 

020 8669 7243 

CURTAIN CREATION 


Building 


Building 


M. Dr if 111 

• Building Services & 
Maintenance work 

• Brickwork repointed/ 
repaired 

• Structural repairs, 
plaster/render repairs, 
soakaways, drains, 
paths, patios. 

No job too small 
Murray 

07762 469342 


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hondsomehouse 


BUILDERS & RENOVATORS 

AFFORDABLE & 

RELIABLE QUALIFIED 
CRAFTSMEN 

0208 2410S35 
07S0S 711973 


EXTENSIONS 
BATHROOMS 
KITCHENS 
CARPENTRY 
REFURBISHMENTS 
LOFT CONVERSIONS 
LANDSCAPE GARDENING 


www.handsomehouse.com 


GrI]]«ITRALl, 

• Painting • Decorating • Glazing 

• Carpentry • Guttering • Fencing 
• Roof Repairs • Chimney Stacks 

• Ridge Tiles Pointed 
30 Years Experience in the Building Trade 

020 8644 3724 


Carpet Cleaning 


THE CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SPECIALISTS 

Free survey. Free test clean, Fully Insured. 
No obligation. 

020 8337 4409 

or FREEPHONE 

0800 977 5251 


Carpet Fitting 


J W FLOORS 

Home pattern service 
available we supply 
and fit Carpet, 
Vinyl, Laminate 
and Woods. 

Call for your 
free quote 
07915427887 


Cleaning Services 


CLEANING SERVICES - 
£7.50 Trustworthy and reli¬ 
able lady provides cleaning 
and ironing services in 
Kingston, New Malden, 
Richmond 
area.07825618911 


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Comps, jobs, cars, sports, 
homes - and much more! 
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Services - General 


Clock Repairs 


TEMPUS 

ANTIQUE CLOCK 
WORKSHOP 


Restoration & Repair 
of antique clocks & 
watches. 

We also buy old 
clocks and watches 
in any condition. 

01344874007 


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Domestic Appliance Repair 


. ms grm 

® , ON ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN 

SAME DAY REPAIRS 

WASHING MACHINES • FRIDGE FREEZERS 
TUMBLE DRIERS • ELEC COOKERS 
DISHWASHERS. ALL HOTPOINT & CREDA 
SPARES IN STOCK!!! 


020 8974 1561 07850 092 156 

www.jwappliancerepairs.co.uk 
ANYTIME JOHN WILLARD 


Electricians 


SHINE ELECTRICS & SONS 

35 year experience 

NICEIC registered 

Any work undertaken, sockets, showers, 
outdoor electrics, rewires. 

Ring Graham for a Friendly Service and Free Estimate 

Graham 0208 241 0918 
07889 094 060/07872 164 405 

www.shineelectrics.com ~ graham@theshines.net 


ELECTRICAL / TELE¬ 
PHONE works to 17th edi¬ 
tion, no job too small, 0208 
123 1486 / 07939 443 
653, www.telelec.net 


Experienced reliable 
glectrician Free estimate^ 
0208 390 2284 


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Comps, jobs, cars, sports, 
homes - and much more! 
yourlocalguardian.co.uk 


Fitted Kitchens & 
Bathrooms 


KITCHEN/ 

BATHROOM 

INSTALLATIONS 

Specialist fitter, 
mitred worktop, 
plastering, tiling, 
gas, electrics, 
plumbing. 

20 years experience 
Fully insured 

Ring Paul 
07778 265 828 


Health & Beauty 


CHESSINGTON 
HYPNOTHERAPY CLINIC 

Hypnotherapist, Psychologist 

Stress, weight, Smoking, Phobias, Insomnia, Depression, 

Lack of Confidence, Panic Attacks, Exam Nerves, Migraine and 
many other problems, also regression and self hypnosis. 

Catherine Bayliss D.H.D.P., M.B.C.H. 

Principal of the British College of Hypnotherapy 
ESTABLISHED 1981 020 8397 3146 


House Clearance 


CLASSIC HOUSE 
CLEARANCE 

From single items to full house clearance 
All type of furniture removed 
& bought for cash 
Antiques Wanted 
Licensed waste carrier 
Covering all areas 7 days a week 
“We will Pay You” 

0208 646 0988 

0800 924 7979 | 07852 117 511 


Painters and 
Decorators 


1st Class Decorating 
Services 

Professional 
Painting & Decorating 
Interior & Exterior 
Residential & 
Commercial 
Top Workmanship 
Reference Supplied 
Unbelievable Autumn offers 
Don’t delay, 

Ring now for free estimates 

020 8873 0086 
07948 246 893 


POLISH DECORATING 

Services. Also plastering 
undertaken. For a free esti¬ 
mate call Michael on 
07840 361 601 or 0208 
337 2128 

INTERIOR / EXTERIOR 

Painting, Decorating,and 
Building work. Family Busi¬ 
ness Established 30 years. 
Mick Duffell, 020 8390 
0383 / 07989 035 725. 


Plumbing & Heating 


JBT 

Plumbing & Heating 
Specialists 

24hr emergency call-out 
No Call-out Charge 

Free Estimates & Advice 
All Areas Covered 
All Work Guaranteed 
Fitted Bathroom & Tiling 
BSMFast Friendly 
vUt Reliable Service am 
www.JBTplumbing.co.uk 
info@JBTPlumbing.co.uk 

020 8641 1650 
07976 419 890 


Plastering Services 


D. K. PLASTERING SERVICES 

Providing Plastering, Rendering 
& Damp Proofing 

35 Years Experience — Estimates Free 

07860 836 202 


Removals 


ALAN’S REMOVALS 


• Friendly and reliable removal service 
• Single items to full loads • House clearance 
» Furniture disposal • Best hourly rates or fixed 
prices • Not to be beaten 

WE COVER IT ALL, BIG OR SMALL, 
SO PLEASE CALL 
ALAN 

020 8751 1777/07956 403 284 

7 days a week 
Also insured 


HEATING AND 
PLUMBING 
SERVICE 

SUN RISE HEATING 
AND PLUMBING 
NO CALL OUT FEE, 
FREE QUOTES 
AND ADVISE 

07882018786 


F j LLOYD 

Plumbing & Heating 

Est 1964 

All aspects of plumbing 
& heating work carried 
out by a reliable 
experienced plumber 
No job too small 

020 8546 6727 


Removals 


MR BEE 
REMOVALS 

FROM £20 P/H 
A reliable man with 
vans for removals. 
From single items, flats, 
houses, offices & clearance. 
ANYTIME, ANYWHERE. 
(Separate Van for Rubbish Clearance) 

07404045973 
Fully insured 

mrbeeremovals@hotmail.co.uk 

www.mrbeeremovals.com 


Top Line 
Removals 

Local or long distance 
Small houses, 
flats and offices 
One item to a full load 
CALL PAUL ON 

020 8390 0771 
07836 200 489 


Roofing 



JOSEPH’S ROOFING 

PA& PLASTICS/ Work 

“s J-| Guaranteed i 

Advice. 


• All types of high performance guttering systems 

• All roofing work undertaken 

• Valleys, Chimneys, New Roofs and Repairs 

No payment required until work is satisfactory 


Freephone: 0800 535 3632 
Mobile: 07543 889 466 


Full Public 
Liability 


Free Estimates & Advice Work Guaranteed 

L & S ROOFING 
& UPVC LTD 

Soffits Fascias Cladding 
Guttering New Roof Repairs 
Lead Work Chimney Repairs 

EXTERIOR PAINTING 
Also all aspects of 
roofing work undertaken 
No Payment Required Until 
Work Completed Satisfactorily 
Freephone: 0800 535 3652 
Mobile: 07833 348943 


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Services - General 


Chatlines 


Articles For Sale 


Public Notices 


Roofing 


HI-TECH ROOFING"” 

“We will beat any written Quote” 


• New roof repairs • Tiling • Slating 

• Guttering • Rendering • Flat roofs 
repaired or replaced • Fascias • Sofits 

• Free Estimates • Fully Insured 

Freephone 0800 303 2134 - 07700152 790 



email: hi-techprofiles@hotmail.com 
The Oaks Woodstock Lane, Chessington KT9 1UE 


LEAKY ROOF 

We “GUARANTEE” TO STOP THAT LEAK 


All types of Roofs Repaired 

• Flat roofs • Chimney stacks 

• Missing tiles replaced 

• Guttering • Fascias • Soffits 

SAME DAY CALL OUT 
FREE ESTIMATES 


“WEATHER SHIELD” 

8 AM to 8 PM 7 days 

020 8485 9491 
079 4734 7651 


SOUTHERN 
ROOFING 
&? GUTTERING 


“Our price won’t go through the roof’ 

k New roofs & repairs | Lead roof specialist 
felt flat roofs | fibre glass roofings 

~ nergency roof repairs | chimney pointing 
f Fast, Friendly service - all work guaranteed 

Free Estimates 
and Advice 



07909 691 741 1 0800 292 7540 



Rubbish 

Clearance 


RUBBISH CLEARED 

Free estimates, no job too small, 
unwanted furniture, old appliances, 
house and garden rubbish, 
complete houses cleared, shops 
and offices cleared. 

Fast friendly service 

020 8398 5294 
07860 301 716 

licensed waste carrier 



Skip Hire 


Rubbish Clearance 


1st Call Clears It All 

All Garden tidy ups 
Rubbish Clearance 
Free Estimates 
Cheaper Then A Skip 
House & Garden clearance 

07947 684 182 

AFFORDABLE 

RUBBISH CLEARANCE 

• Commercial & Domestic 

• Registered Waste Carrier 

• Free quote, 7 days a week 

^—Cheaper than askip^ < 

07927 162 161 

ALL RUBBISH removed, i 
Houses, gardens etc. Free 
estimates. 0208 541 

0973/07956 438 053. 


E5 

S3 

Skips - Grabs - Ro-ro’s 

4 yard 

£130 +vat 

6 yard 

£175 + vat 

8 yard 

£200 + vat 

Grab Lorries 

£180 +vat 

Cheapest around 

01372 729984 


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Articles For Sale 


Bedrooms & Bedding 


HOTEL QUALITY 

double bed and 
mattress, new 
£89.00. 

Sprung/memory foam 
double bed, new 
£149 

07500 265946 


BRAND NEW Luxury dou¬ 
ble divan bed with 11" thick 
Orthopaedic mattress cost 
£599 accept £159. Also 
high quality double divan 
bed cost £299 will take 
£119 still in wrappers. Can 
deliver. 07979 945 393 

BRAND NEW Luxury dou¬ 
ble divan bed with 11" thick 
Orthopaedic mattress cost 
£599 accept £159. Also 
high quality double divan 
bed cost £299 will take 
£119 still in wrappers. Can 
deliver. 07979 945 393 


Carpets & Flooring 


M.C.C. CARPETS 


CARPETS & VINYLS 
SUPPLIED & FITTED 

PROMPTLY & PROFESSIONALLY 
- Value For Money - 
- Service And Reliability - 
We won’t be beaten on our 
“PROMOTION RANGES” of 

Twists - Loops - Naturals 


401, Kingston Road, 
Ewell, Epsom, Sy. KT19 OBT 
(A240 Nr. Ruxley Lane Jctn.) 

CUSTOMER PARKING FRONT & REAR 


Room-Size Remnants 
FURTHER REDUCTIONS!! 
MANY MORE - PLEASE ASK!! 


2.80 x 4.00mtr M.M.F. “Felt Back” ■ Silver.£74.00 

2.80 x 4.00mtr 40/OZ “Wool Twist” ■ China Cup.£90.00 

2.85 x 4.00mtr “Impressions” 100% Wool Natural ■ Deck.... £92.00 

2.83 x 4.00mtr 50/OZ 80% “Wool Twist” ■ Kabul.£92.00 

2.85 x 4.00mtr “Defender”- Camel.£92.00 

2.92 x 4.00mtr “Signature II”- Sapphire.£94.00 

2.90 x 4.00mtr 80% “Wool Twist” ■ Pave.£94.00 


2.96 x 5.00mtr 30/OZ 80% “Wool Twist” ■ Beige.... £102.00 
2.65 x 5.00mtr “Cobble” 100% Wool Natural ■ Marble... £107.00 

2.73 x 5.00mtr “Metropolis Luxury” 80% Wool Twist ■ Wheat.£108,00 

2.73 x 5.00mtr 60/OZ 80% “Wool Twist” ■ Truffle... £110.00 
2.76 x 5.00mtr 40/OZ 80% “Wool Twist” ■ Shingle..£111.00 

2.85 x 4.00mtr 50/OZ 80% “Wool Twist” ■ Hemp.£115.00 

Top quality vinyls in stock 
from only £2.99 sq. mtr. 


020 8393 0022 


Domestic 

Appliances 


Kitchens 


WASHING-MACHINE 
RENTAL Only £2.99pw 
free installation & delivery, 
same day service. 
DSS/CCJ's welcome. 020 
8560 5331 www.rentfor- 
less.co.uk 


B & Q LAST YEARS 
KITCHEN RANGES to 

clear 75% off B & Q prices. 
High gloss kitchens with 
appliances was £2,800 
now £695.Solid oak 
framed kitchen with appli¬ 
ances was £4,000 now 
£995 . Tel: 07870 223335 
or 020 3002 2980 


Furniture & Furnishing 


UNWANTED FURNITURE & 

FURNITURE SALE 

Do you have good quality Furniture 
or household appliances that you 
no longer need? The Hounslow 
Furniture Recycling Project, 
a registered local charity provides 
donated furniture etc to needy 
people and relies on the support 
of residents. Please donated your 
furniture to us to enable this very 
necessary service to continue. 
We collect at no cost. 

Please call 020 8814 2225 

Our next sale to the public is on 
Saturday 13th October 2012 
between 10.00am & 4.00pm at 
Northcote Avenue, 
Isleworth TW7 7JQ 

Tel: 020 8892 4916 
www.hounslowct.org.uk 


Mobility 


MOBILITY SCOOTERS 
AND WHEELCHAIRS. 
New, used, bought & sold. 
Also repairs carried out. 
New batteries sold at 
best prices. 

Easy terms available 
7’days, 7am-7pm 
Steve; 

020 8761 0069 
07762 124 799 


Musical 

Instruments 


BEGINNERS GUITAR 

Amp: Jim Deacon GA20 
15w. Beginners amp. Clean 
and overdrive channels, 
footswitch inc. Head¬ 
phones. Mains power. 
33.5cmx16cm, £30. 

07983569913 


Toys & Games 


WOODEN DOLLS house 
furniture and dolls. Edwar¬ 
dian dolls house. 3 Storey 
Excellent condtion + furni¬ 
ture for all rooms +11 dolls 
75Hx65Wx32D, £45. 020 
8546 9439 


Articles Wanted 


MOBILITY SCOOTER 

brand new x show model, 8 
miles per hour, full suspen¬ 
sion, captain's seat, lights, 
indicators, two year war¬ 
ranty cost £3,500 accept 
£1,500 Tel: (01252) 815756 
Trade 


3 YEAR Old mobility 
scooter recently serviced 
with new battery. £450 
including maintenance 
guarantee. 020 8942 5051 


Settees & Suites 


ONE 2-SEATER SOFA 

and one Armchair match¬ 
ing. Sofa 64inches x 
36inches. Armchair 

34inches x 36inches No 
fire retardant label photo 
available. £30ono 07956 
378649 


Articles Wanted 


BOOKS WANTED at the 

Bookroom, 146 Chiltern 
Drive, Surbiton. Good 
prices paid for quality 
books. 

Contact: 020 8404 6644 or 
020 8399 8168 


ITEMS WANTED 

Old clocks*Pocket watches*Wrist watches ^ 
Vintage toys* Dinky/Corgi cars •Trains/Train sets 
Old Coins & Bank notes whole collections or singles 
Teddy bears*Dolls*Dolls houses & Furniture 
Military & Sporting medals*Trophies & Cups 
Old Jewellery (even broken bits & costume jewellery) 
Fountain pens*Writing slopes Wooden boxes 
Vintage Clothes & Handbags*China & Glass 
Old luggage*Leather & Wooden Trunks*Pictures 

Clear those cupboards oat/or cash 


Call now for more details 

0208 399 9885 or 07973 563897 


Have you visited the best local 
newspaper website yet? 

yourlocalguardian.co.uk 


PUBLIC NOTICE OF AN 
APPLICATION FOR A PREMISES 
LICENCE UNDER SECTION 17 
OF THE LICENSING ACT 2003 

Notice is hereby given that an 
application was made to 
Elmbridge Borough Council for a 
premises licence under the above 
Act on the 8th October 2012. 
Applicant: Shell UK Oil Products 
Ltd. Address of premises: Shell 
Hinchley Wood, Kingston 
Bypass, Esher, Surrey, KT10 9TL. 
Proposed licensable activities: 
Sale of Alcohol for Consumption 
off the Premises. Proposed days 
and hours of licensable activity: 
Alcohol Sales Monday to Sunday 
07.00 to 23.00. The postal 
address of the Licensing Authority 
where the register is kept and the 
application may be inspected is: 
*Environmental Health & 
Licensing, Elmbridge Borough 
Council, Civic Centre, High 
Street, Esher, Surrey, KT10. Any 
person wishing to make represen¬ 
tations on this matter shall give 
notice, in writing, stating the 
nature and grounds for making 
such representations to The 
Licensing Officer at the above 
address* within 28 days of the 
date of this notice - by the 5th 
November 2012. Further infor¬ 
mation is available on the web 
site www.elmbridge.gov.uk fol¬ 
lowing the links. 

It is an offence, under section 158 
of the Licensing Act 2003, to 
knowingly or recklessly make a 
false statement in or in connec¬ 
tion with an application and the 
maximum fine on summary con¬ 
viction of such an offence is 
£5000. 

Lockett & Co - duly authorised 
agents 


LICENSING ACT 2003 

Application has been made to 
Elmbridge Borough Council a 
new premises licence under 
section 17 of the Act by Tesco 
Stores Ltd, in respect of Tesco, 
143 Hersham Road, Walton On 
Thames, Surrey. KT12 1RR to sell 
alcohol between 0600 - 2300hrs 
Monday to Sunday. The licensing 
register and a record of the appli¬ 
cation may be inspected at the 
offices of Elmbridge Borough 
Council, Environmental Health 
and Licensing Division, Civic 
Centre, HIGH Street, Esher, 
Surrey, KT10 9SD (Tel: 01372 
474750) during normal office 
hours. Representation by a 
responsible authority or a person 
likely to be affected by the grant 
of the application must be made 
in writing and may not be 
submitted by fax or email. A 
representation form is available 
from the Council website at 
www.elmbridge.gov.uk 
or from the Environmental Health 
& licensing Division 
licensing@elmbridge.gov.uk 
Representation must be received 
on or before 31st October 2012. 
It is an offence to knowingly or 
recklessly make a false statement 
in connection with an applica¬ 
tion, for which a person is liable 
on summary conviction to a max¬ 
imum fine of £5,000. 


LAURENSUS LIMITED 
Company No: 05990579 

Principal Trading Address and 
Registered Office: The Quadrant 118 
London Road Kingston Upon Thames 
Surrey KT2 6QJ. Notice is hereby given, 
pursuant to Section 98 of the Insolvency 
Act 1986 that a Meeting of the Creditors 
of the above named Company will be 
held at Russell Bedford House City 
Forum 250 City Road London EC1V 
2QQ on 15/10/2012 at 11.30 am for the 
purposes mentioned in Sections 99 to 
101 of the said Act. Creditors wishing to 
vote at the Meeting must lodge their 
proxy, together with a full statement of 
account at Parker Wood at 28 Church 
Road Stanmore Middlesex HA7 4XR not 
later than 12 noon on the 12/10/2012. 
For the purposes of voting, a secured 
creditor is required (unless he 
surrenders his security) to lodge at 28 
Church Road Stanmore Middlesex HA7 
4XR before the meeting, a statement 
giving particulars of his security, the 
date when it was given and the value at 
which it is assessed. Notice is further 
given that a list of the names and 
addresses of the Company’s creditors 
may be inspected, free of charge, at 28 
Church Road Stanmore Middlesex HA7 
4XR between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on 
the two business days preceding the 
date of the meeting stated above. 
Further information please contact 
Rini Murphy: Tel no: 0208 954 2727, 
Email: rini@parkercavendish.co.uk 
KAREN JAYNE MILLINER, Director 

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THE ROYAL BOROUGH OF KINGSTON UPON THAMES 
HOUSING ACT 2004 - SECTION 56 

DESIGNATION OF AN AREA FOR ADDITIONAL LICENSING 
OF HOUSES IN MULTIPLE OCCUPATION 2012 

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames (“the Authority”), in exercise of its powers 
under Section 56 of the Housing Act 2004 (“the Act”) hereby designates the district of 
the Royal Borough as subject to additional licensing in relation to the Houses in Multiple 
Occupation (“HMOs”) specified in paragraph 5. 

CITATION AND COMMENCEMENT 

1. This designation may be cited as the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames 
Designation of an Area for Additional Licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation 2012. 

2. This designation was made by the Authority on 20 September 2012, and a general 
approval made by the Secretary of State, pursuant Section 58 of the Act, effective from 
1 April 2010, applies to it. 

3. This designation shall come into force on 21 December 2012. 

AREA TO WHICH THE DESIGNATION APPLIES 

4. This designation shall apply to the whole of area of the Authority. 

APPLICATION OF THE DESIGNATION 

5. This designation applies to all HMOs within the area of the Authority: 

a. occupied by not less than five people who do not form a single 
household, irrespective of number of storeys in height; or 

b. that are three or more storeys in height and occupied by three or more 
unrelated individuals, with the exception of those described in paragraph 6. 

6. This designation shall not apply to any HMOs within the area of the Authority which 
comprises: 

a. a converted block of flats to which Section 257 of the Act applies; or 

b. residential accommodation to which Schedule 14 to the Act applies 

EFFECT OF DESIGNATION 

7. Every HMO to which this designation applies must be licensed under Part 2 of the Act 
unless: - 

a. a temporary exemption notice is in force in relation to it under Section 62 of 
the Act; or 

b. an interim or final management order is in force in relation to it under 
Chapter 1 of Part 4 of the Act. 


Dated: 21 September 2012 

NOTES 

If you wish to inspect the designation, make an application for a licence or require general 
advice you should contact: The Property Inspection Team, Directorate of Place, The Royal 
Borough of Kingston upon Thames, 3rd Floor, Guildhall 2, High Street, Kingston upon 
Thames KT1 1EU Tel: 020 8547 5003 Email: ENhousingstaff@rbk.kingston.gov.uk 

Any landlord, person managing, or tenant within the area of the Royal Borough is advised 
to seek advice from the Authority on whether their property is affected by the designation. 

A person having control of, or managing, an HMO in the designated area must apply to the 
Authority for a licence for the HMO by 21 December 2012. 

A person who intends to establish an HMO after 21 December 2012 must ensure that the 
house has been granted a licence unless they have a temporary exemption or it is subject 
to a management order (interim or final). 

From 21 December 2012 any person having control of, or managing an HMO which is 
required to be licensed under this designation but is not licensed commits a criminal 
offence under Section 72(1) of the Act and is liable on conviction to a fine of up to £20,000. 

An application may also be made to the Residential Property Tribunal 
Service to make a Rent Repayment Order (RRO). An RRO may require 
the repayment of housing benefit paid to an occupier of the HMO whilst 
the property was unlicensed. Under certain circumstances the occupiers 
of the HMO may also apply for an RRO to reclaim rent for the period 
during which the property was unlicensed 


Royal_ 

Kingston 


Signed : 

Roy Thompson 
Director of Place 

for and on behalf of the Royal Borough 
of Kingston upon Thames 


JOHN WILLIAM 
COLLINSON (Deceased) 

Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 
any persons having a claim 
against or an interest in the 
Estate of the aforementioned 
deceased, late of 1 Beauchamp 
Villas 9 Dinton Road Kingston 
Upon Thames Surrey KT2 5JQ, 
who died on 13/07/2012, are 
required to send particulars 
thereof in writing to the 
undersigned Solicitors on or 
before 21/12/2012, after which 
date the Estate will be distributed 
having regard only to claims and 
interests of which they have had 
notice. 

DAVENPORT LYONS 

30 Old Burlington Street 
London W1S3NL T360648 


DUDLEY ERIC BERNARD 
CHICK (Deceased) 

Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 
any persons having a claim against 
or an interest in the Estate of the 
aforementioned deceased, late of 
5 Brumana Close Weybridge 
Surrey KT13 8SP, who died on 
01/04/2012, are required to send 
particulars thereof in writing to the 
undersigned on or before 
21/12/2012, after which date the 
Estate will be distributed having 
regard only to claims and interests 
of which they have had notice. 

THE UNIVERSAL TRUST 
CORPORATION 
18-22 Cantelupe Road 
East Grinstead 

West Sussex RH19 3BJ T360863 


MARGARET JOYCE 
JACKSON (Deceased) 

Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 
any persons having a claim against 
or an interest in the Estate of the 
aforementioned deceased, late 
of Emberbrook Care Centre 16 
Raphael Drive Thames Ditton 
Surrey KT7 0BL, who died on 
06/05/2012, are required to send 
particulars thereof in writing to the 
undersigned Solicitors on or before 
14/12/2012, after which date the 
Estate will be distributed having 
regard only to claims and interests 
of which they have had notice. 

W. H. MATTHEWS & CO 
11 & 13 Grove Road Sutton 
Surrey SMI IDS (Ref: MH) T360379 


MARIONLORE ELVIRA 
ERNA EVANS (Deceased) 

Pursuant to the Trustee Act 1925 
any persons having a claim 
against or an interest in the Estate 
of the aforementioned deceased, 
late of 31 Glamorgan Road 
Hampton Wick Kingston upon 
Thames Surrey KT1 4HS, who 
died on 15/05/2012, are required 
to send particulars thereof in 
writing to the undersigned 
Solicitors on or before 
21/12/2012, after which date the 
Estate will be distributed having 
regard only to claims and interests 
of which they have had notice. 
CARTER BELLS LLP 
12 High Street 
Kingston upon Thames 
Surrey KT11 HD T360892 


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PUBLIC NOTICE - LICENSING APPLICATION - LICENSING ACT 2003 
An application has been made by: Greene King Retailing Ltd to Elmbridge Borough 
Council, as the Licensing Authority, for the grant of a variation of a Premises Licence 
at: Prince of Wales, 23 Bridge Road, East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9EU. 

To vary the licensing plans to include the following: General refurbishment of the 
trading area, including removing some structure to improve supervision and customer 
flow, reconfiguration of the bar servery which also gives an additional 8m sq. of 
trading area. Formation of sliding doors to the front in lieu of current double door 
arrangement. Addition of draught lobby to the rear. Rear Terrace enlarged. For full 
and further details please view the licensing plans. The application may be viewed at 
the Head of Environmental Health & Licensing, Elmbridge Borough Council, Civic 
Centre, High Street, Esher, Surrey KT10 9SD, (tel: 01372474750) during normal 
office hours. Interested parties (living in the vicinity of the premises to be licensed) 
may make representations regarding the application to the Licensing Officer at the 
above address. Representations must be received on or before 2nd November 2012. 
Representations must be in writing and may not be submitted by fax or email. A 
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from the Environmental Health & Licensing Division. It is an offence knowingly or 
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Company Limited by Guarantee 
< J X Registered Charity No 1075890; Registered Company No 3735702 

KCAH is a local charity in Kingston upon Thames, primarily 
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dedicated to KCAH’s commitment to give the public a quality 
service that is independent, confidential and impartial. 

Two Part-Time Housing Advisers (25 hours per week) 
Two dynamic, innovative advisers required with the 
equivalent of one year’s experience providing housing 
and welfare benefits advice, paid or unpaid, with the 
ability to manage a significant caseload. The advisers will 
be responsible for the provision of a quality Housing Crisis 
Intervention Service, advising clients on homelessness issues 
and areas of housing law and welfare benefits. Reporting 
directly to the Director of KCAH, you will need to be self- 
sufficient and have the ability to work under pressure. 
SALARY: £22,613 - £23,976 (pro-rata, 25 hours a week) 
CLOSING DATE: Thursday 18th October 2012 at 12 noon 
INTERVIEW DATE: Wednesday 24th and 
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Accommodation and facilities are excellent, and working relationships 
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We have the following vacancy to start from 10th December 2012: 


COLLEGE RECEPTIONIST 
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10th December 2012 - 25th October 2013 


To join our hard working team of support staff. Duties will be varied and 
include dealing with students, parents and many visitors both in person 
and by telephone. 

This is a full time post, 36 hours per week, Monday to Thursday 8.30am 
to 4.45pm and Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm; salary £19,786 per annum (pro 
rata) inclusive of fringe area allowance. Applicants interested in working 
the same hours during College term time only will also be considered. 
Please note that the College will be closed over the Christmas period 
from 22nd December 2012 - 2nd January 2013. 

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for an honest and loving man, who 
knows how to treat a lady. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 870981 
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nights out, wltm N/S fun loving, 
hard working male 38-46, for a 
lasting relationship. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
116088 

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slightly shy Richmond woman, 41, 
sincere, easygoing, GSOH, enjoys 
having fun and cosy nights in, 
would like to meet a laidback and 
genuine guy, for company and see 
where it leads. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 131875 or 
send a text to 80360 
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42, likes cinema, wine bars, 
restaurants, music, theatre, read¬ 
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seeking a sincere man, for laughter 
and more. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 124570 or send 
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LET'S SHARE LIFE Elegant, tall, slim, 
attractive black female, 44, enjoys 
dining, dancing, theatre and keep 
fit, searching for a tall white gent, 
45+, for love and to settle down 
with. Sth London/Surrey. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
111566 

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outgoing, enjoys running, socialis¬ 
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for a kind, caring male, with GSOH, 
for friendship and hopefully more. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 128376 or send a text 
to 80360 

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hard-working Surrey girl, 47, 
searching for a nice, professional 
man, for socialising, nights out and 
a possible relationship. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
125281 or send a text to 80360 
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female, 47, good sense of humour, 
seeking a genuine chap, for friend¬ 
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005 2490 and enter box number 
129662 or send a text to 80360 


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Professional, black, African Epsom 
lady, 45, 5'3", medium-build, 
stays active, likes music and 
dancing, seeks genuine, honest, 
professional, intelligent guy, for a 
relationship. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 127981 or 
send a text to 80360 
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Very attractive Russian 40s lady, 
slim professional. Central London 
based, would like to meet a profes¬ 
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affectionate and possible future 
together. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 124945 
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slim Asian lady, 50, intelligent, 
tall, young looking, enjoys 
socialising, seeking a genuine, well 
educated professional man, 45-55, 
for friendship and maybe more. 
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number 111493 
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Surrey woman, 51, looking for 
a nice white man for friendship 
which will hopefully lead to more. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 121363 

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girl, 51, likes music, gardening, 
animals, countryside and pubs, 
looking for someone who is kind, 
caring and considerate, with a 
sense of humour. Call 0905 005 
2490 and enter box number 
105081 





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brown hair and eyes, good sense 
of humour, likes travel, music, cars 
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a romantic man to share life with. 
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number 115836 
WE ARE MEANT TO BE Loving 
mature female, 53, seeks a nice, 
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a lasting, loving relationship. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 129875 or send a text 
to 80360 

IRISH EYES Attractive intelligent 
and a bit reserved 53 year old 
lady looking to find a handsome, 
nice, caring gentleman 58-66 for 
company and conversation. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 875625 
BACK IN THE GAME Romantic, 
tactile, bubbly, romantic, divorced 
Tadworth woman, 53, brown-hair, 
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relationship. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 123572 or 
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SHARE EACH OTHERS COMPANY 
Outgoing, thoughtful, passionate 
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driving, cooking, would like to 
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caring Morden Asian girl, 56, 

5'5", loves cooking, drives and 
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for a permanent relationship. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 125590 or send a text 
to 80360 


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Warm, hazel-eyed Kingston widow, 
57, 5'4", fair hair, N/S, GSOH, loves 
holidays, theatre, day trips out and 
garden centres, seeks a kind, caring 
chap, for a long term relationship. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 115972 
SEEKING A SIMILAR MAN Slim 
Kingston blonde, 58, easy to talk 
to, likes the outdoors, gardening, 
walking my dog, looking for a 
non-smoking gent with a good 
sense of humour, and has a zest for 
life. Call 0905 005 2490 and enter 
box number 115949 or send a text 
to 80360 

HOMELY GIRL Genuine black 
female, 58, from London, GSOH, 
bubbly and fun to be with, looking 
for a decent man, to share life with. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 867027_ 

TABLE FOR TWO? Young-at-heart, 
58 year old Carshalton female, 
enjoys walks, reading, eating 
out and laughter, searching for a 
hard-working male, with own hair 
and teeth, for a lasting romance. 
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number 866463 
BEING GENUINE Genuine, attrac¬ 
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5'8", auburn hair, youthful, loves 
classical music, theatre, France 
and much more, looking for a tall, 
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relationship. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 468587 
LET'S ENJOY TOGETHER Attractive, 
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lady,59, 5'7", dark brown hair 
and brown eyes, likes arts and 
antiques, theatre, cinema, music 
and dining out and cooking, wltm 
someone similar. Call 0905 005 
2490 and enter box number 
119593 or send a text to 80360 
THE BRIGHTEST STAR Young 60yr 
old, 5'6", hazel-eyes, genuine, 
warm and caring, N/S, enjoys 
music, travel, dining out, cinema 
and the countryside, seeking an 
attractive male, 58-64. Teddington 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 123699 

PURE INTENTIONS Passionate Tad¬ 
worth lady, 61, likes travel, cook¬ 
ing, dancing and cinema, seeking 
an lively chap, 45-50, for company 
and more. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 124071 or send 
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INTO THE FUTURE Lively, active 
Surrey lady, 61, likes country 
walks, the beach, dance music and 
dancing, looking for a nice, kind, 
caring gent, 55-68, for fun, laugh¬ 
ter and more. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 126334 or 
send a text to 80360_ 

LET'S DANCE! Blonde, outgoing 
Epsom woman, 62, blue eyes, 
active, 5'2", likes dancing, 
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and adventure, seeking a similar 
gentleman, fit, funny and genuine, 
for company. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 122940 
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and holidays, looking for a non¬ 
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enter box number 131683 or send 
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ENJOY GOOD TIMES Young 63yr 
old, dark hair, from Thames Ditton, 
loves 60s music, animals, reading, 
seeks sociable chap, for company. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 107078 
LET THE SUN SHINE IN Curvy, 
cuddly Kingston lady, 63, GSOH, 
kind, caring, likes cinema, meals 
out, places of interest and the 
coast, would like to meet a similar 
man, sociable, fun and honest, 
for company and more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
126146 or send a text to 80360 
TOGETHER FOREVER Attractive, 
green-eyed Surrey lady, 65,5'8", 
blonde, divorced, GSOH, likes bad¬ 
minton, reading and more, search¬ 
ing for a tall, intelligent male, with 
GSOH, for a lasting relationship. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 876211 
YOU MIGHT BE LUCKY Outgoing, 
brown-eyed Surbiton lady, 65, long 
dark hair, likes cooking, eating out, 
dancing and holidays abroad, seek¬ 
ing a nice gent, for companionship 
and lots more. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 461376 


A FRESH START Sincere, warm¬ 
hearted Richmond female, 66, 
likes keeping fit, dancing, weekend 
away, looking for a man, for 
friendship and companionship. 

Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 131822 
DANCE WITH ME Fashionable, 
blue-eyed Epsom female, 68, 5'2", 
slim with dark hair, many interests, 
looking for a friendly, outgoing 
man, with GSOH, for many happy 
times. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 457142 
IT'S GOOD TO TALK BubbLy, attrac¬ 
tive lady, 68, GSOH, easy to talk 
to, enjoys ballroom, badminton, 
holidays and dining, searching for 
a fit, honest, non-smoking man, 55- 
69, 5'9"+, with GSOH, for a sincere 
romance. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 129283 or send 
a text to 80360 



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funny, attractive Guildford man, 

35, great conversationalist, plays 
goif, kind and caring. Are you a 
princess looking for your prince? 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 119408 
IT'S GIVE is TAKE, RIGHT? Warm 
friendly guy, 35, loves talking, 
cooking, designing and the com¬ 
pany of friendly people, seeking 
a natural woman, at peace with 
herself and the world, that has love 
to give. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 850776 
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life with. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 131771 
BETTER TOGETHER Sincere, 
understanding and decent guy, 

40, seeking a nice-looking female, 
understanding and sincere, for 
a lasting relationship. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
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happy Epsom guy, 41, slim build, 
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woman, bubbly and kind, for lots 
of laughter and more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
125171 or send a text to 80360 
SEEKING MY SOULMATE Young at 
heart male, 41, enjoys life, lives in 
Sutton, looking for a like minded 
woman. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 108657 
SAME SORT Shy, gentle SW London 
male, 42, caring, GSOH, active, en¬ 
joys sports, the arts and evenings 
out, would like to meet a charming, 
attractive black lady, 28-45, with 
similar interests, for company. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 123465 

DO THE RIGHT THING Black male, 

43, bubbly personality, would 
like to meet a curvy, pear-shaped 
white female, 25-55, for friend¬ 
ship, leading to possible long term 
relationship. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 131853 or 
send a text to 80360 

LIKE TO MEET YOU Down to earth 
South Croydon male, 44, likes 
pubs, clubs, eating out, cinema, 
sports, swimming, would like to 
meet a like minded fun female 
for company and more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
116507 or send a text to 80360 
FUTURE FUN Sincere Surrey male, 

44, enjoys nights out, swimming 
and fun times, searching for a like- 
minded woman, for friendship and 
fun times. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 116479 
MAKE EACH MOMENT SPECIAL 
Affectionate Isleworth male, 45, 
6'2", athletic, non-smoker, own 
home, enjoys swimming, walks, 
pubs, restaurants and travel, seeks 
chatty, slim female, for a lasting 
relationship. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 103086 
HAPPINESS AT LAST Easygoing 
Guildford male, 46, fit is slim, di¬ 
vorced, landscape designer, many 
interests, looking for a lady, to set¬ 
tle down with. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 112307 or 
send a text to 80360 

THE BRIGHTEST STAR Genuine, fun 
Sutton male, 46, green eyes, med 
build, 5'10", have many interests, 
including an allotment and pho¬ 
tography, seeking a kind, caring 
and adventurous woman, for love 
and a future. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 131707 or 
send a text to 80360 
FINALLY FOUND YOU Fit, genuine 
Croydon male, 46, professional, 
5'10", GSOH, enjoys dining out, 
theatre, cooking, keeping fit and 
the outdoors, seeking a black lady, 
with similar interests for love and 
laughter. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 125749 or send 
a text to 80360 

I COULD BE THE ONE Separated, 
fun-loving Sutton male, 47, many 
interests, grown up children, 
looking for that special woman, 
to share life with. Call 0905 005 
2490 and enter box number 
124512 or send a text to 80360 
HAPPY EVER AFTER? Happy go 
Lucky Chichester guy, 47,6ft, slim, 
GSOH, likes eating out, keep fit, 
would like to meet a genuine, 
funny woman, to take out and en¬ 
joy life with. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 112433 
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU Genuine 
Weybridge male, 48, 6', short 
hair, likes going out, staying in, 
social drinks, looking for a friendly 
female to enjoy with. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
111042 or send a text to 80360 
GOOD FUN TO BE WITH Good- 
looking Purley male, 48, 5'11", 
medium-build, many interests, 
seeking an attractive, curvy female, 
for love and good times. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
127258 or send a text to 80360 
A HANDSOME GENTLEMAN Easy¬ 
going gentleman, 46, like the 
occasional visit to the pub, cinema 
or theatre, looking for a passionate 
curvy woman with gsoh for a LTR. 
London Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 865896 


SHARE LIFE TOGETHER Happy- 
go-lucky male, 49,6', dark-hair, 
blue-eyes, slim-build, would like to 
meet a lady, for fun and friendship. 

Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 130306 or send a text 
to 80360 

HOPE TO SPEAK VERY SOON Tall, 
white SW London male, 49, caring, 
polite, cosmopolitan, likes Japa¬ 
nese art/culture, museums, nature, 
parks is street markets, seeking 
a similar woman, any nationality, 
for rewarding company. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
120830 

LOCAL LADY WANTED Ordinary, 
reasonably good-looking Mitcham 
guy, 49, would like to meet a lady, 
to show me some affectionate and 
tender loving care, as I will her. 

Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 131663 or send a text 
to 80360 

MORE THAN FRIENDS Friendly, 
good-natured Surbiton male, 50, 
enjoys the countryside, cooking, 
walks, seeks a female, for fun, 
laughter and more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
128520 or send a text to 80360 


FORWARD TOGETHER Outgoing, 
friendly 56yr old sporty Surrey 
guy, looking for a long-lasting 
relationship, with a similar woman. 
Epsom/Surrey Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 108768 
ABOUT ME Confident, fit London 
male, 56, 5'9", green/grey eyes, 
enjoys keep fit, cinema, social 
drinks, holidays and more, seeks 
an attractive female, for friend¬ 
ship, leading to more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
100273 

IT'S SIMPLE AND SWEET Sociable 
chap, 57, medium build, likes 
walking, gardening, social drinks, 
looking for a similar muscular male 
57-70. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 105786 
NOTHING LIKE FRIENDSHIP Happy 
go lucky male, 57, 5'11", slim- 
build, would like to meet a pleas¬ 
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life with. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 126238 or send 
a text to 80360 

MUST HAVE HAPPINESS Widowed, 
professional male, 58, from Rich¬ 
mond, likes theatre, cinema, pubs, 
restaurants, looking for a good 
looking female, for Itr. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
106284 or send a text to 80360 


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BE YOURSELF Easygoing male, 

51, blue-eyes, own car, works as 
a builder, good sense of humour, 
seeking an easygoing Lady, any 
race, 48-62, for a relationship. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 124525 or send a text 
to 80360 

NOTHING COMPARES Down-to- 
earth, genuine Greek-Cypriot man, 
54,5'7", searching for a reliable 
woman, for fun times and great 
friendship. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 110838 
JUST LIKE ME Blue-eyed, self- 
employed Morden male, 54, 5'10", 
med build, divorced, enjoys drives, 
walks and the coast, searching for 
an honest, easygoing woman, for 
loving times. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 124367 or 
send a text to 80360 
LET'S START NOW Confident, 
well-travelled Kingston male, 55, 
5'11", ex rugby player, own house/ 
car, likes pubs, restaurants, travel¬ 
ling, looking for an attractive, N/S 
female, 46-56. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 128579 or 
send a text to 80360 
GOOD LISTENER Relaxed, lov¬ 
ing Kingston man, 56, solvent, 
divorced, active, enjoys keeping fit, 
dogs, music, cinema and walking, 
seeking a N/S, caring and fun wom¬ 
an, for conversation and hopefully 
romance. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 116156 
NORMAL PASSIONS Romantic, 
smart white male, 56, likes 
dancing, holidays, social drinks, 
socialising, seeks a nice black 
lady, to share life with. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
111914 or send a text to 80360 


REACH OUT...I'LL BE THERE Kind, 
considerate. Likable man, 59, laid 
back and fun to be with, loyal and 
straightforward.Always optomistic. 
and happy with life. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
109158 

MORE THAN WORD Divorced, 
easygoing Surrey male, 59,5'8", 
stocky build, smoker, likes wining 
is dining, walks, swimming and 
more, seeks an easygoing, slim 
female, 40-60, for friendship is 
company. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 104052 
DROP ME A LINE Youthful Croydon 
chap, 60, slim, 5'8", GSOH, enjoys 
pubs, countryside, fishing, modern 
and 60s music, seeking a similar 
outgoing and warm female, for 
friendship is maybe more. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 112227 
SOLID AS A ROCK Charming Irish 
male, 60, Croydon. Enjoys rugby, 
golf, tennis and more, searching 
for a nice lady, 40-60, to share 
the best things in life. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
111401 or send a text to 80360 
INTRODUCE ME TO SOMETHING 
NEW Professional, solvent South- 
West London chap, 60, good sense 
of humour, varied interests, look¬ 
ing for a sincere female, 40-60, 
for love and romance. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
104782 or send a text to 80360 
SERIOUSLY LOOKING FOR LOVE 
Easygoing, self employed Worces¬ 
ter Park male, 60, 5'10", slim build, 
loves cooking, country walks, 
swimming, would like to meet a 
like minded slim female 50-60 for 
a genuine relationship. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
115936 


TAKE ME FOR ME Upfront male, 61, 
likes the great outdoors and cars, 
would love to meet a woman who 
is outgoing and ready to settle 
down. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 116145 or send 
a text to 80360 
LIFE CAN BE BETTER Easygoing, 
solvent Mitcham male, 62, GSOH, 
romantic, N/S, likes coast drives, 
animals, nights in/out, cinema and 
music, seeking a slim, N/S and 
happy woman, 50-60, for company 
and hopefully more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
121487 

BEST THINGS IN LIFE Divorced 
Caterham guy, 63, N/S, 5'11", 
easygoing and considerate, enjoys 
cooking, theatre, sport, dining and 
travel, seeking a bubbly, positive 
and caring lady, for laughs is 
enjoying life. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 112226 
PICK-ME-UP Divorced Surrey male, 
64, happy and solvent, own home/ 
car, into 60s music, bowling and 
cooking, seeking a lady, to share 
life with. Call 0905 005 2490 and 
enter box number 101747 
REVVED UP FOR ROMANCE 
Youthful, slim, articulate Surrey 
gent, mid 70s, own home/car, 
enjoys boot sales, music and more, 
searching for a loving lady, to 
share and enjoy an active life with. 
Call 0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 124731 or send a text 
to 80360 



HERES TO HAVING FUN Happy 
Hampshire female, 44, 5'7", blue 
eyes, nice smile, likes wining and 
dining, a good chat and up for 
pubs, clubs.Looking to meet sexy 
bi females 25-45 for adult and fun 
and company. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 115340 
SHE AWAITS YOUR CALL Bright 
female, 48, lives in Mitcham, look¬ 
ing for straight female friends, for 
shopping, cinema, theatre, chats 
is socialising. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 108685 or 
send a text to 80360 
CERTAIN SMILE Easygoing, friendly, 
straight New Malden lady, 58, 
GSOH, sociable, fun, likes theatre, 
meals out, dancing, shopping, 
swimming and more, searching 
for other ladies, 50+, for general 
socialising. Call 0905 005 2490 
and enter box number 131437 or 



LET'S DO LIFE Friendly Croydon 
male, 32,5'10", likes to learn new 
and interesting things, lives life 
with as much fun as possible, wltm 
somebody of similar nature. Call 
0905 005 2490 and enter box 
number 106428 
GET TOGETHER Fit, attractive, 
blue-eyed Croydon male, 42,5'6", 
self-employed, likes sport, DVDs, 
good company and more, seeks a 
fun, mature, honest, down-to-earth 
male, for great times. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
464397 

PARADISE AWAY Young looking, 
slim-built Surbiton blond-hair c/d, 
51, like bars, walks and general 
outdoor activities, would like to 
meet an older guy for fun friend¬ 
ship and maybe more. Call 0905 
005 2490 and enter box number 
118678 or send a text to 80360 


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• Mobile Phone System with Bluetooth 

• USB Connection with iPod Control 

• Alloy Wheels 


Phoenix Vauxhall Wimbledon 

80 Plough Lane, 

Wimbledon, 

SW17 OBW 

0845124 5091 

www.phoenix-gm.co.uk 



Fuel consumption figures mpg (litres/100km) and C02 emissions (g/km). Vauxhall range: Urban: 14.4 (19.6)-76.3 (3.7), Extra-urban: 27.4 (10.3)-91.1 (3.1), 
Combined: 20.6 (13.7)-85.6 (3.3). C02 emissions: 324-94g/km. 


Vehicles shown for illustration purposes only. Prices correct at time of print. Terms and conditions apply. Vauxhall Lifetime Warranty covers lifetime ownership of first registered keeper, 100,000 mile limit. For more information contact your local Phoenix retailer 
or visit www.phoenix-gm.co.uk. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority for the purpose of insurance mediation activity. We are licenced credit brokers, written details are available on request. Finance is subject to status to over 18s only, 
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Chevrolet Orlando Range: Urban 42.8 (6.6), Extra Urban 67.3 (4.2), Combined 55.4 (5.1) C02 emissions 119g/km. Chevrolet Aveo Range: Urban 34.0 (8.3) - 67.2 (4.2), Extra Urban 

55.3 (5.1) - 85.6 (3.3), Combined 44.8 (6.3) - 78.4 (3.6) C02 emissions 147 - 95g/km. Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback Range: Urban 26.4 (10.7) - 51.3 (5.5), Extra Urban 51.3 (5.5) - 

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£209 


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deposit 

contribution 



Wilsons of Epsom Epsom 

Surrey 

08701220 269 

www.wilsons.co.uk/vauxhall 


Official Government Test Environmental Data. Fuel consumption figures mpg (litres/IOOkm) and CO 2 emissions (g/km). Vauxhall range (excl. Ampera): 
Urban: 14.4 (19.6) - 76.3 (3.7), Extra-urban: 27.4 (10.3) - 91.1 (3.1), Combined: 20.6 (13.7) - 85.6 (3.3). C0 2 emissions: 324 - 88g/km. 

tCorsa Limited Edition £2,800 customer deposit (after deduction of Vauxhall contribution) followed by 60 monthly payments of £185. $ Astra GTC Sport £5,500 customer deposit (after deduction of Vauxhall contribution) followed by 60 monthly payments of £209. Model 
shown has 19 inch alloy wheels available at an extra cost. A Corsa SXi £2,780 customer deposit followed by 60 monthly payments of £179. Not Available on Expression, ES, Vauxhall Tech Line models, Astra BiTurbo 5dr and Sports Tourer models, Ampera or VXR8. Vauxhall Deposit 
Contribution not available on Corsa SXi or Mokka. Finance subject to status. Terms and conditions apply. Applicants must be 18 or over. Guarantee or Indemnity may be required. Finance supplied by either Vauxhall Motor Finance RH11SR or Vauxhall Finance, PO Box 6666, Cardiff, CF15 7YT. 
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tCorsa Limited Edition £2,800 customer deposit (after deduction of Vauxhall contribution) followed by 60 monthly payments of £185. t Astra GTC Sport £5,500 customer deposit (after deduction of Vauxhall contribution) followed by 60 monthly payments of £209. 
Model shown has 19 inch alloy wheels available at an extra cost. A Corsa SXi £2,780 customer deposit followed by 60 monthly payments of £179. Not Available on Expression, ES, Vauxhall Tech Line models, Astra BiTurbo 5drand Sports Tourer models, Ampera orVXR8. 
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PEUGEOT 106 


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£700 

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Peugeot 106 


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electric windows, factory 
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air bag, long tax/MOT, 
unmarked in/out, 
excellent reliable runner, 
any trial, £775 ono 
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ROVER 75 2002 

88,000 miles, e/w, 
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£1200 

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£1295 

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020 8977 3548 

07971 717 742 Cliff 


Vauxhall 


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club 2000 60,000 miles, 
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(inc cambelt) silver, c/I, e/w 
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07831 656933 (T) 



ford courier diesel van 


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£699 

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115,000 miles, full 
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wheels excellent 
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£995 

07836 713 416, 
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1.8 SE 

2001 Y Reg 85,000 
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silver mot july 2013, 5 
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manual, stereo, 
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e/windows, e/mirrors, 
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x4, air-con excellent 
condition throughout 
£995 

07836 713 416, 
0208 651 0211 
(T) 


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5dr, 2002, Blue, 
100,000m, VGC, new 
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Tax may 2013, 

C1 I )QC 

07828407494 


VAUXHALL 
CORSA 1.21 16V 
SXI+ 

3dr, 56 plate, Black, 
50,000m, 1/2 leather 
interior, excellent 
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forces sale, MOT 
March 2013, Tax Dec 
12 

£3295ono 

07828407494 


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CORSA MERIT 
1.4 AUTOMATIC 
ONLY 34,000 
MILES!! 

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economical 3 door 
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£995 


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(T) 



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TWIST 2005 
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lightly used second 
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Special Edition p/s, 
air-con, climate 
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£3750 inc 
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07448441000 (T) 


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Surbiton stay rock bottom 


Surbiton lost 2-1 to Canterbury at minutes the visitors had equalised 
Sugden Road on Sunday missing the from a penalty corner. They notched 
chance to climb off the bottom of the the winner with two minutes to go. 
Men’s Hockey League Premier Divi- Surbiton failed to score from nine 
sion table. penalty corner attempts. 

James Gall, far right, gave them a Skipper Tim Deakin’s men host 
51st minute lead, but within five fourth-placed Cannock on Saturday. 


More sport: kingstonguardian.co.uk 



Stopped: Vicky Bryant, 
left, in action during Satur¬ 
days’ 1-1 draw SP70920 


Going back to 
what you know 

Stand-in Surbiton Ladies skip¬ 
per Sarah Haycroft is hoping 
her side’s fast start to the 
Women’s Hockey League Pre¬ 
mier Division can fire her to a 
senior international call-up. 

The 21-year-old returned to 
Sugden Road in the summer 
having spent three years with 
top flight rivals the University 
of Birmingham - where she 
was studying a history degree 
- and has helped her new team 
to an unbeaten start to the 
campaign. 

Former Kingston Grammar 
School student Haycroft, who 
has led the team in the ab¬ 
sence of regular captain and 
former Team GB star Chloe 
Strong, captained England’s 
U21s to a bronze medal at the 
EuroHockey Junior Nations 
Championships in August. 

The Wellington College 
teaching assistant has kept up 
that fine form as Surbiton 
have won four and drawn one 
of their opening five league 
and cup encounters thus far. 

And with senior England tri¬ 
als in October and November 
on the horizon, Haycroft - who 
scored twice in Sunday’s 13-0 
Investec Women’s Cup romp 
past Maidstone - can only 
hope it continues. 

“The U21s programme was a 
good one, but unfortunately 
we just didn’t quite reach our 
full potential at the Euros,” 
said Haycroft. 

“I’ve moved up to the seniors 
now and the October and 
November assessments de¬ 
cide who will be in the squad. 
That is the first target. 

“The fact we are playing so 
well at such a high level of 
hockey, is only going 
k to help with that.” 

* Amy Bryant’s first 
half penalty cor¬ 
ner was enough 
| for Surbiton to 
"I i earn a 1-1 
y draw with 
Bowdon 
JHightown on 
Saturday. 
Surbiton host 
Leicester this 
week. 

Hopeful: 
Sarah 
Haycroft 



Bird flies home to Kingston 


by TAIMOUR LAY 

sports@london.newsquest.co.uk 

Full back Tom Bird is hoping 
to rebuild some bridges at 
Kingsmeadow following his 
switch back to Kingstonian 
in the wake of his departure 
from crisis club Carshalton 
Athletic. 

Ks, featuring Bird in their 
starting line-up for the first 
time since last season, went 
top of the Ryman Premier 
League on Saturday with a 
convincing 3-1 win over 
Lewes, thanks to a Wade 
Small brace and a Dean 
Lodge strike late on. 

The talented left-back 
switched to Colston Avenue 
in the summer after being 
courted by big spending 
Robins owner and manager 
Paul Dipre, who stunned 
fans last week by releasing 
his contracted players amid 
first team budget cutbacks. 

Bizarrely, Bird’s original 
Bosman move to the Robins 
is still subject to a tribunal 
over the level of compensa¬ 
tion Ks are entitled to for his 
services, although it is now 
unlikely to be pursued. 

The 23-year-old admitted 
his relationship with Ks 
chief Alan Dowson had 
soured last season prior to 
his summer exit, but the pair 
have put that behind them in 
exchange for a Premier 
League promotion bid. 

“I was happy to leave, to be 
honest. Things aren’t right at 
Carshalton,” he said. 

“With the brilliant players 
we had, we should have been 
doing a lot better. 

“Me and Dowse did fall out 
at the end of last season. 

“We weren’t talking at all. I 


was injured and wasn’t play¬ 
ing well. When the summer 
came, Carshalton showed an 
interest. 

“It wasn’t about cash. I 
wanted to play for a team 
that expected to win the 
league and I’m ambitious.^ 
But I never should have left.^3 
It wasn’t the same there. 

“I’m comfortable at Ks. 
Dowse is the best manager 
I’ve ever had. 

“I saw Kingstonian had got 
off to a great start and there 
are some very good players 
here now. 

“I want to win the league 
with Ks and prove myself 
again to everybody.” 

No sooner had Kingstonian 
marched to the top of the 
table than they came back 
down again with a heavy 
defeat at Wealdstone on Mon¬ 
day night. 

The descent to sixth place 
was all the more painful for 
being unexpected after going 
two goals up - through 
strikes from Andre McCollin 
and Gary MacDonald - with 
18 minutes on the clock. 

But a defensive collapse 
meant the game ended 5-2 to 
the hosts - and it could have 
been even worse with Aaron 
Goode fortunate not to be 
sent off for persistent foul 
play. 

“We’re a great team going 
forward, but we’ve had the 
same problems for the last 
two years defensively and 
I’ve got to fix that quickly,” 
said Dowson. 

“It was laughable at the 
end. Their attacking play 
was frightening, but our de¬ 
fending was frightening too.” 

Ks travel to Lowestoft 
Town on Saturday. 



Now and then: Tom Bird holds off a Heybridge Swifts 
attacker in one of his last games for Carshalton Ath¬ 
letic and, below, Bird celebrates an Aaron Goode goal 
against the Robins last season SP 68722 & SP63619 



Onslow-Cole targets title challenge next year 



Staying put: Tom Onslow-Cole, in action at Silverstone, 
has put staying with Team eBay Motors top of his win¬ 
ter WishMst Keith Hubbleday 


New Malden’s Tom Onslow- 
Cole is confident he can chal¬ 
lenge at the front of the 
British Touring Car Champi¬ 
onship race next year provid¬ 
ing he can get in a Next 
Generation Touring Car 
(NGTC), writes Stuart Amos. 

The 25-year-old has had a 
solid if unspectacular cam¬ 
paign with Team eBay Mo¬ 
tors in their S-2000 spec BMW 
- a season encapsulated in 
Sunday’s 10th, sixth and fifth 
place finishes at Silverstone 

Onslow-Cole, who has a 
slim chance of winning the 
independent drivers’ champi¬ 
onship at Brands Hatch on 
October 21, is seventh in the 
overall drivers’ standings and 
is without a race win in two 
years, but he is hopeful of 
staying with the Lower Sun- 


bury-based outfit for 2013. 

And he revealed work had 
already started to get him in a 


competitive car next term. 

“An S-2000 car was never 
going to win the champi¬ 


onship this year,” he said. It 
is clear NGTC cars are the fu¬ 
ture so we have been one step 
behind this year. 

“It is now all about next 
year for me. I’m definitely 
looking to stay with the team 
providing a deal can get sort¬ 
ed. With any luck that will be 
in a new NGTC BMW car if 
the team can agree a deal. 

“If that can happen over the 
winter - and we’ll be working 
hard to try and make it hap¬ 
pen - then I will be looking 
forward to challenging for the 
title next year.” 

Worcester Park’s Howard 
Fuller, who was forced to re¬ 
tire in race two, took his two 
Team HARD Honda Civic to 
two 11th place finishes in 
only his second BTCC race 
weekend. 



\ _ 





Special Ks 
moving on 

Ks boss Alan Dowson has not 
closed the book on Bashiru 
Alimi and Mark Nwokeji’s 
Kingstonian careers, insisting 
they remain part of his plans. 

The pair have joined Ryman 
Division One South sides 
Corinthian Casuals and Mer- 
stham respectively on initial 
one-month loan deals. 

“Bash and Mark are both ex¬ 
cellent players, but they real¬ 
ly need games after their 
injuries,” said Dowson. 

“Both need to get their 
match sharpness back and 
we’ll look at it again in a 
month.” 

Dowson ruled out a move for 
former Carshalton Athletic 
striker Paul Vines after his re¬ 
lease from Colston Avenue. 

He added: “I can’t justify 
signing an attacker when our 
defence is the problem.” 

Former Sutton United mid¬ 
fielder Karl Murray has quit 
Kingsmeadow by mutual con¬ 
sent and is expected to take a 
break from the game. 


SPORTShr/ef 

FOOTBALL: Corinthian Casu¬ 
als midfielder Jamie Byatt 
smashed in an injury-time 
winner to secure his side a 
2-1 win at Worthing on Sat¬ 
urday - their first Ryman 
Division One South tri¬ 
umph of the season. Byatt 
struck from a free-kick on 
the edge of the area after 
the hosts had levelled 
Danny Green’s first half 
opener. Boss Kim Harris’ 
men host Hythe Town on 
Saturday with the visitors 
in buoyant mood. Their 5-2 
win over Tooting & 
Mitcham cost Terrors boss 
Roberto Forzoni his job at 
the weekend. 

RUGBY UNION: Kingston 
chalked up three tries and 
two penalties as they held 
off an Old Walcountians 
fightback to secure a 25-17 
win in Surrey Division 
One on Saturday. Old 
Tiffinians secured a third 
straight win with a 23-13 
triumph at Old Wimbledo- 
nians to remain second in 
the table with Kingston 
third. 

ATHLETICS: Stragglers Run¬ 
ning Club’s Roy Feeder 
won the Kingston parkrun 
on International parkrun 
Day, which celebrated the 
organisation’s eighth 
birthday. Feeder clocked a 
respectable 18 minutes, 54 
seconds to come home 14 
seconds ahead of the rest. 

















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