Flower fanatics will be able to pick their own lavender at one of the borough’s most idyllic locations later this summer.
Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s election events are continuing apace as another of the area’s big candidates stopped by to meet with business leaders.
Epsom and Ewell general election debate cancelled out of respect for victims of Manchester terror attack
A Question Time-style debate between Epsom and Ewell’s General Election candidates scheduled for tonight has been cancelled after electioneering was paused in the wake of the Manchester terror attack.
A single mum inspired to become a ‘Kung Fu master’ after a four-year stalking nightmare is bringing a self-defence tour to some of London’s roughest areas.
A little girl who 'could have drowned' when she fell in the Thames has been reunited with the man who rescued her, following an appeal on the Surrey Comet website.
A Clapham man has admitted making hundreds of thousands of indecent images of children.
Stickers that mark out a home as vulnerable to break-ins are circulating in Wandsworth.
A drug dealer who was arrested after a high-speed police chase has been jailed for five years.
Britain is on critical terror alert with soldiers and increased numbers of armed police officers being deployed amid fears of another atrocity being committed imminently.
A cyclist has died after a crash in Weybridge yesterday evening.
A man is in a critical condition after being knocked unconscious following a fight outside Tooting Broadway Underground Station.
Four candidates are vying to become Epsom and Ewell’s MP as the UK goes to the polls on June 8.
Sutton has today paid tribute to the victims of the suicide bombing which killed at least 22 people -including several children.
‘Just pour bleach over it’: Mother receives shocking advice after complaining about foxes getting into her rubbish
A mother-of-two said she was ‘shocked’ after a Sutton Council complaints officer advised her to pour bleach over her uncollected food waste to ward off foxes.
Anne Frank’s stepsister - a Holocaust survivor - is visiting a Richmond school this week to talk about her horrific experience during the Nazis’ invasion.
Dog walkers are being told to take extra care and consider avoiding Richmond and Bushy Parks over the next few months during the deer birthing season.
Increasing demand for social care services and government cuts mean the county council must save an extra £200million by the end of the decade, Surrey leader David Hodge warned today.
A family could be split apart after a Penge grandfather was threatened with deportation when the Home Office sent him a letter telling him he could be removed “without further notice”.
A peace vigil is being held tonight at the Queens Gardens following the Manchester terror attack.
An event to combat youth violence and murder is taking place in Wandsworth this Saturday.