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newlook2One of the strongest and longest-established Residents' Associations in England. If you have recently arrived in either the Thames Ditton or Weston Green wards, we offer you a warm welcome and invite you to view or print off our welcome letter. Please Subscribe - it's only £3 and helps to keep this going as well as the community magazine. Click here to learn more about us.

Our next OPEN MEETING is on Tuesday 28th April in the VERA FLETCHER HALL, Thames Ditton at 8pm. All who live or work in Thames Ditton and Weston Green are welcome. Click here for our Open meeting dates 


At approximately 08:45 on the morning of Tuesday 13th January, a large branch of the Holm Oak Tree located in the grounds of Weston Green School fell onto the side of the school's Early Years Building.
By some miracle no one was injured ,as children and staff were busy arriving for the start of the school day. Straight away operations took place to cordon off the affected area and Health and Safety Officers from Elmbridge Borough Council (EBC) were called to the site immediately to ensure the site was safe. The process of removing the fallen branch swiftly followed, in consultation with Mr Alex Needs - EBC's Senior Tree Officer Mr Alex Needs who is very familiar with the tree and confirmed that there were none of the expected warning signs of 'stress' with this specimen. The tree has always been regularly checked, with the most recent work undertaken in July 2014 to reduce the tree's overhang.  buttonreadmore


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