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Surbiton is the current home of both male and female football teams, Darkside FC, Surbiton Wanderers and Surbiton Town Ladies FC.

More information about the charity can be found at its website here

The ticket office at Surbiton is open seven days a week, unlike some stations, so commuters from surrounding areas sometimes go to this station to buy and renew tickets.

Tacklebag will be at the Club selling kit, including new T-shirts, on Sunday 11th September from 9.30 until midday.

More information about what the girls are preparing to put themselves through in order to raise funds can be found at the Tough Mudder website here

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It will mean the closure of wards at Queen Mary's Hospital as inpatient services are centralised.

Tickets then appeared on cars on Saturday and Monday despite being parked on driveways.

All members of Surbiton Hockey Club; the President, Trustees, employed and volunteer workers, coaches and managers, groundsmen, board members and captains are all committed to providing a safe physical and emotional environment for all those who wish to belong to the hockey family at Surbiton. Any behaviour contrary to this is taken seriously, will be reported, and will be thoroughly investigated.

Voting is now open for Surbiton community group Seething Wells to win £25,000 in the first ever Britain Has Spirit awards.

All South West Trains ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts. All machines are accessible, however the station may not be so please check the station access note for further details

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Surbiton receives an offhand mention in the seventh chapter of the James Bond novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1963) by Ian Fleming, whilst Sable Basilisk is discussing heraldry with Bond.[12]

The station was used for filming of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in October 2007.[11]

Fundraisers taking on arduous athletic feats for charity is nothing new.

Surbiton is served by a number of regular bus services. London Buses routes 71, 281, 406, 418, 465, K1, K2, K3 and K4 all serve the area.

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Riders of all ages whizzed through the streets of Surbiton this weekend for the borough’s annual cycling festival.

As a result, Kingston is now on a branch line, whereas passengers from Surbiton (smaller in comparison) can reach London Waterloo in about 15 minutes on a fast direct service; as well as places further afield, including Portsmouth and Southampton.

Wardens started handing out tickets to cars parked behind six Cadogan Road houses last Friday, enraged motorists said.

The station has four platforms on two islands. [10]

Route planning around the station including maps and platforms

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Surbiton railway station provides rail links with London (Waterloo), Surrey and Hampshire.

Surbiton is a post town in the KT postcode area, consisting of the KT5 and KT6 postcode districts. KT5 includes Berrylands, Tolworth and part of Surbiton; and KT6 includes Tolworth, Long Ditton and part of Surbiton.

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Surbiton has three parish churches, all of which date back to the Victorian era. Two of them, Saint Mark's and Saint Andrew's, are located in the town centre. The third, Saint Raphael's, is located away from the centre towards the north, in the Kingston upon Thames postal district.

It was once home to Surbiton Studios which were owned by Stoll Pictures, before the company shifted its main production to Cricklewood Studios.

From 1998 to 2008 Surbiton hosted the first round of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) season. The Surbiton Trophy was part of the ATP Challenger Series and in 2009 the venue was moved to Nottingham as part of a reorganisation by the LTA.

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The station had a moderately sized goods yard which was situated on the eastern side of the station platforms. Two additional sidings were located on the western 'up' side of the station and were served by a short loading platform. In addition to local goods facilities, the main yard was also used as the loading point for the short lived Surbiton - Okehampton car carrier service that ran between 1960 and 1964.

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Jeremy Corbyn supporters are venting their fury at a parody Twitter account that pokes fun at the far left-leaning Labour leader and the group that exists to promote him.

Surbiton Branch Post Office, subsequently redeveloped by CNM Estates.

Through successive bequests, the Church and land became the property of Captain Hon. George Savile, brother to the Sixth Earl of Mexborough, a Yorkshire family. Lady Anne Savile, daughter of the fourth Earl, lived nearby in Thames Ditton and a plaque is to be seen inside the Church commemorating her death. Unlike many other members of the Savile family buried in the vault under the High Altar, she has no known grave.

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here

Surbiton railway station is a National Rail station in Surbiton, south west London, in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. The station is managed and served by South West Trains, and is in Travelcard Zone 6. It is considered to be one of the finest modernist stations in Great Britain[3] and is a Grade II listed building.[4]

The new season for Colts begins on Monday 5th September.  The timetable is available to view in the Colts section of the website.

The clock tower at Surbiton was built to celebrate the 1902 coronation of King Edward VII.

The typical off-peak service in trains per hour at the station is: