Treatment for musculo skeletal disorders of spine, neck, upper and lower limbs. Rehabilitation following surgery,injuries, sports sprains, and working repetitive strains. Acupuncture,and pilates available if indicated.
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In this months issue we see two business competitions open, so get thinking about your own entry. Local photographers also have their chance to shine. Both Spelthorne Council and the Shepperton Village Fair are looking for entries. We hear about a couple of local charities supporting families with new borns and young children. Perhaps you can help?
About a month ago we held our annual soup lunch to raise funds for these two worthwhile local charities. Homemade soup and homemade cakes were on offer and Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP gave a talk in support of charities, and there was singing from our children’s choir ‘Aloud’ and Hanworth Community choir.
Now is your chance to show off your skills in photography. Two local competitions are launching so get your best shots out and get ready to take part.
Beauty really is more than skin deep as we found out recently on a visit to the new beauty clinic in Lower Sunbury. The Practice Beauty Clinic is on Thames Street and is the brainchild of Sunbury resident and local GP Dr Saba Khan.
In this view of Cemetery Lane (now called Forge Lane), off Green Street Sunbury, a horse can be seen halfway down the narrow road. It’s no doubt being shoed at the blacksmith’s forge, which had been run by the Swabeys, father and son, for over 100 years.
In January 2020 Monica Chard, Founder and Publisher of the Village Matters magazines, was interviewed on Brooklands Radio. This followed the award for Best Business in Sunbury and runner up Best Business in Spelthorne in Autumn 2019.
Those of you who are keen readers of Shepperton Matters will have noticed that we made an appearance at Big Tree Night last month.
There was standing room only at the public meeting relating to the proposed development of the Stratton Road fields. Known locally as the horse fields, or less poetically, as site 32-o.
In the quest to reduce plastic, we were thrilled to hear about a local initiative called Boomerang Bags which has taken off in some local areas, but which has huge scope to spread.