Monday, 9 September 2019

Hamptons Fire

Hoping everyone is ok...

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Royal British Performance

The Royal British Legion in Central Road has somewhat of a reputation for putting on good live music on a fairly regular basis. Next Friday (20th July) will see the Worcester Park debut of the blogger's band Denzeity.

Fresh from shows at the Fiddler's Elbow, Camden and other London venues, Denzeity will be performing two sets of mostly original foot-tapping melodic pop rock including History, the song that has caught the industry's attention and some new material like Version Of You which is so new there isn't even a full band recording of it yet.

Expect a smattering of covers, given the audience will want to hear a few things they already know but the main focus will be on fresh live original music.

The Royal British Legion is a members only club so now would be an excellent time to join. It's not very expensive and the low cost of food and drinks (not to mention free regular quality entertainment) means it pays for itself after not very many visits. Best of all you are supporting British ex-servicemen with your membership. You can join up any time - just go in and ask the bar staff (you may need to press the buzzer at the front door to gain entry). If you join up on or before next Friday (20th) you'll be entitled to come to the show!

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Keep abreast of Denzeity shows and events on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and the website. Check out the videos page for live and official videos.

Saturday, 7 July 2018

Dorchester Summer Fair

Off to the Summer Fair...

Monday, 18 June 2018

Midsummer Fiesta

Go on... you know you want to...

Friday, 15 June 2018

Make Some Music

In case you're interested...

Sunday, 5 November 2017

Hamptons Fireworks

On Tonight - The Hamptons Fireworks... Get along and enjoy!

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Club Developing

Some of you might remember Gary Weaving as the friendly neighbourhood policeman who use to patrol the streets of Worcester Park, others may know him in his current role as head of security on the Hamptons while others still might remember him as the guy who started and ran the angling club at the Hamptons. Few through may know him as a rock singer with a record out, recorded in the 1970s and fewer still may know him as a keen local photographer!

So when he asked me to promote the Cheam Camera Club of which he a a key member I felt it only right to do so. Please see below...

It's not strictly Worcester Park but as Gary pointed out, we don't have a Worcester Park camera club (that either of us can recall) so camera wielding Worcester Parkers now have somewhere they can all congregate and bond... or perhaps that should be converge and develop...

Saturday, 1 July 2017

Another Busy Day

After last weekend with so much going on locally, who'd have though this weekend could give it a run for it's money? Well the challenge has been thrown down and this weekend is looking to have just as much on as last weekend! Enjoy!

Additionally, the Friends of Green Lane School are having a silent auction so feel free to get in contact and place your bids...

Friday, 23 June 2017

Busy Day

There is so much on tomorrow I don't know where to start! If you want to try to get to everything I wish you luck - you are a better person than me! However here are the options for you to choose from. (Thanks to Richard Johnson for sending me a few I didn't know about!) At least you won't get bored!

Saturday, 15 April 2017

Vic House Update

Well the Victoria House situation is finally getting its official public hearing this Wednesday 19th April - at the Europa Gallery in the Sutton Council offices - St Nicholas Way, Sutton SM1 1EA at 7:30PM.

See the leaflet below being distributed by the WPRA and CHAPRA.

The two residents' associations (WPRA and CHAPRA) have helped gather a total of 1423 signatures against the proposal and hopefully the Councillors on the planning committee will remember who it is they represent when it comes to making the final decision.

We know the current building is an eyesore and needs to be replaced ASAP but we don't want it replaced with something completely inappropriate, that will create more parking issues in the area and which we will be stuck with for at least another 50 years. What we want is for the council to deny planning permission for this Eyesore #2 and force the developers to come back to the table with something far more appropriate for the area. We have seen a number of acceptable designs over the years for a replacement development. It's time one of those was built - not this collection of ugly tower blocks.

Please come along to the meeting to show the planning committee the depth of local feeling over this issue.