Within the Eco Park, the anaerobic digestion facility has started hot commissioning. This means it’s already processing food waste but as part of the commissioning, or testing, of the plant before the site is officially completed and handed over by the construction company for operational use.
Walton Matters is the only dedicated community magazine for Walton on Thames, serving the KT12 postcode, launched in September 2018.
The magazine, like the Sunbury, Shepperton and Molesey editions before it, is an essential part of community life, connecting local people with local trades and businesses. We would all ideally like to use a local builder, roofer, electrician, shop in local shops, and enjoy a meal or drink on one of our local bars or restaurants. If you want to advertise your services to the people of Walton look no further.
Walton Matters is run independently. It is advertising funded. Advertising costs are set at such a level as to be affordable to large and small businesses alike. For advertising in the KT12 postcode area, Walton Matters should be the first stop.
As well as advertising, Walton Matters carries relevant local editorial features, community news and notices as well as recipes, puzzles, and updates from WOTTA ( Walton on Thames Trading Association) and our local MP and others.
Current Issue Walton Matters
Issue 11 - July 2019
At the time of writing I am hopeful that our summer will have started. The Hampton Court Flower Show, Wimbledon fortnight and the Baseball’s Coming Home event would dearly love some blue skies. In this month’s issue we look at the women of Wimbledon tennis, get an update on the Eco Park, and learn of the origins of Elmbridge Borough Council.Read Issue 11