As I write this article, a new sheltered housing development is taking shape at the top of Shepperton High Street, on the site of the old Crossroads pub.
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Buba London, run by local couple Euan McDonald and Lesley Silwood, specialises in hand crafted, be-jewelled bags, jewellery and home ware.
The ultimate in cool and modern dance these days is surely the energetic modern dance called urban or street dancing. We have all seen it emerge on TV and on music videos, a kind of blend of free running and dance.
This festive period is indeed described as the season of Good Will. It is not always the case, but thankfully there is evidence of it being alive and well in communities and particularly in times of need.
It was a sunny autumn day when I went to meet Mayor of Spelthorne, Robin Sider at his home in… Read more »
For many in Shepperton and the surrounding area, The Greeno Centre at the end of Glebeland Gardens is a life line. The Greeno offers a multitude of services to the the Aged and to various high need individuals.
One of our more colourful residents in Shepperton is surely Rod Littlewood. Jovial, he has a thing about feet…oh, and… Read more »
Earlier this year I was most interested to meet local Shepperton sculptor, Stephen Kettle, whose work is featured on this months’ front cover. He was speaking at a networking event and I was intrigued to see his original method of creating art out of tiny chips of slate.
I was lucky to take part in the visit in July to the Shepperton Studios courtesy of the Sunbury &… Read more »
In last month’s issue, I told the story about Archie Andrews and the new wig for his “double” which was being made by the Shepperton Wig Company. I was fascinated to learn more about this unusual business, so was invited back to find out all about the company.
Have you got yours yet? 500 people in Shepperton have got theirs and are making savings galore in Sunbury & Shepperton. It only costs £10. Take a look at how a week in the life of a Village Card might look:
I grew up in a house without a TV, simply unimaginable for the young of today but it was the norm at one time. Radio was king and an evening of entertainment. Today it may be Britain’s Got Talent, in the 1950’s one of the favourites was Educating Archie.