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Ewell Castle School pupils performing Oliver! at the Epsom Playhouse (54800215)

Ewell Castle School pupils perform Oliver! to a packed Epsom Playhouse crowd

A new coding club for children starts today at Morden library in the Civic Centre, above.

National Libraries Day: Children can make games and cartoons at new club from today

Southfields Marks and Spencers opens bringing 35 jobs to the borough

Southfields Marks and Spencers opens bringing 35 jobs to the borough

Father and son: Gerry and Clive Doughty outside the shop in 1960

Family fishing and guns business Gerrys of Wimbledon to close after 56 years

The Malden Centre Creche, in Blagdon Road, was rated inadequate by Ofsted after they inspected the centre on Wednesday, December 30

New Malden creche deemed "inadequate" after it was discovered children could wander into nearby car park

Ewell Castle School perform Oliver! to packed Epsom Playhouse in Epsom

Ewell Castle School perform Oliver! to packed Epsom Playhouse in Epsom

Connor Colvin beatboxing.

Achievements of Sutton youth celebrated

Purley War Memorial Hospital's minor injuries unit is to become a GP-led "hub"

Croydon minor injuries units to become GP-led "hubs" with longer opening hours

The community building, opposite the station, will seat 320 people and has been designed for theatre, cinema and conferences

New theatre space for Twickenham nearing completion

Jake Phipps, William Fenton and Benton Shepherd, with Andrew Errington and Jake Hockley

Brooklands motor students donated racing car for Formula Vee Championships

Solomon went missing from Broom Road in November and his GPS tracking collar was found discarded nearby

Can you help find Solomon the missing Siamese cat? Owner offers £500 reward for information

Zac Goldsmith (centre) with Councillor Andrea Craig and Kingston and Surbiton James Berry

Zac Goldsmith brands Sadiq Khan 'lazy' over affordable housing debate

Nykolyn attacked the men in Wimbledon Common (left) and Wandsworth Prison

Wandsworth prisoner Taras Nykolyn sectioned after manslaughter of cell mate and Wimbledon Common attack

Mole Valley Liberal Democrat Paul Kennedy, who will run for Police and Crime Commissioner this year (55029858)

Mole Valley Liberal Democrat selected as party's Police and Crime Commissioner candidate

Greenshaw Learning Trust is to open a special school for pupils with autism

Academy trust to open special school for pupils with autism

Diana Vickers stars in The Rocky Horror Show

'You can let out a more promiscuous or sexual or naughty, cheeky side' - Diana Vickers tells us why the Rocky Horror Show still appeals

A police Body Worn Video camera, which will be used by Surrey Police from March (55036491)

Police in Surrey to wear video cameras while on duty from March

Paramedics treated her for a broken leg and took her to hospital.

Police hunt biker after Wallington hit-and-run

Justin Clarke was arrested in Berlin yesterday

Man arrested over 20-year-old shooting of Walton man

Weekend tube strike called off but second strike could still go ahead

Weekend tube strike called off but second strike could still go ahead

Pollards Hill library, where youngsters can go as part of the membership scheme

Merton is first London borough to start schools and library scheme for primary school children

Suspicious leaflets are being handed out similar to brochures being reported to trading standards officers across the south of England.

Kingston residents warned of bogus trader targeting the borough's elderly

Three-month-old Poppy was left for dead with a broken leg in Gurney Crescent, Waddon.

Three-month-old puppy left for dead with broken leg

Ed Davey, former Kingston and Surbiton MP, made an honorary doctor of science

Former Kingston and Surbiton MP Ed Davey given honorary degree

Oscar nominee John Malkovich to make London directoral debut at Rose Theatre Kingston

Oscar nominee John Malkovich to make London directoral debut at Rose Theatre Kingston

Gillian Breen & Hilary Scott 2 (54761228)

Kingston Hospital midwife wins award after she was nominated by the mother of a baby she delivered

Gillian Norton, Frank Minal and Paul Martin

More than 3,500 Wandsworth and Richmond council staff told they will be "dismissed and re-engaged" in shared staffing plans

Kingston Council is looking for a new chief executive. Pictured: Kingston's Guildhall, Bruce McDonald and council leader Kevin Davis

£170k top job: Kingston Council advertises for chief executive after Bruce McDonald's departure

Beddington library will be closed and the mobile service scrapped in April

Beddington library and mobile service scrapped in bid to slash £1m from council budget

Fortune Cookie takeaway in West Ewell, the owners of which were found guilty of fly-tipping (54716199)

Fortune Cookie Chinese takeaway fined after pleading guilty to fly-tipping

A fox, like the one pictured above, died in surgery after being shot with a .117 pellet gun in Thorndon Gardens, Stoneleigh on Wednesday, January 27

Fox shot and killed in "cruel" and "unnecessary" attack in Thorndon Gardens, Stoneleigh

Kew Society chairman Caroline Brock said Kew Gardens is “no ordinary station” because of its proximity to two major visitor destinations in the Royal Botanic Gardens and the National Archives

Kew Gardens station's ticket office is of "international importance" and should not close, say campaigners

Dr Mathias said she is hopeful that Richmond Council will be able to amend the plans to satisfy the negative responses

Twickenham MP "excited" by riverside plans despite backlash from residents

Wiggins gold medal moment at Hampton Court among our top sporting memories

Wiggins' gold medal moment at Hampton Court among our top sporting memories

Video footage showed police officers grappling with a man on the platform

Three bailed after police officers injured in rush-hour violence at East Croydon station

The fraudsters offered to fix their victim's roof tiles.

Conmen defraud man, 60, out of £15,000 - then return to scam him again

Sweeping and controversial £100million legal aid reforms brought in by Chris Grayling in his role as Justice Secretary are to be undone by his successor, Michael Gove

Justice Secretary Michael Gove to undo Epsom and Ewell MP Chris Grayling's controversial £100million legal aid reforms

Strictly Come Dancing professional Brendan Cole's A Night To Remember is on tour in February and March

‘If you don’t like it, get out’ – Dancer Brendan Cole addresses Strictly controversy ahead of London and Kent tour dates

An air ambulance was seen landing nearby and the man was taken to a "major trauma ward" (pic cred: @see_eff_see)

Man crushed by collapsing wall in Worcester Park street

Surrey Police responding to an incident in Ashtead (54785339)

New police campaign urges Surrey public to re-consider 999 calls

Kew Gardens' Orchid Festival runs from February 6 to March 6

In Pictures: behind the scenes at Kew’s stunning new Orchid Festival

Loving Kingston: Volunteers at a previous event

Love Kingston Day 2016: All-day music and more to support people isolated from society

Neighbours called the fire brigade after hearing the alarm

Lucky escape for "unresponsive" elderly woman after neighbours hear smoke alarm

The train has broken down on Platform 1

Broken-down train blocks London-bound services at East Croydon

Passengers are being warned to expect disruption and leave extra time for their journey

Tube strike: Disruption expected over the weekend and Monday morning commute

Four Play at Theatre503. Picture by Jack Sain.

 ‘State of the nation gay play’ Four Play to make its debut in Battersea

Wandsworth’s Tina Edwards brings acclaimed Jazz to central London

Wandsworth’s Tina Edwards brings acclaimed Jazz to central London

Sutton was ranked 34th in the country but fell behind 23 other London boroughs and was in the bottom quarter for social mobility in the capital.

Sutton less socially mobile than other London boroughs

L-R: Anna Sprigings, Phillipa Head, Tiffany Clark, Tommy Whitelaw, Ann Tuohy, Nicki Godley

Former dementia carer raises awareness of condition in Epsom, Leatherhead and West Molesey community hospitals

Fluttering by: A red admiral

Nature notes: Daffodils and snowdrops in full flower

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