Thank you to everyone that took part in this years SECra Scarecrow Festival and congratulations to our winner: Ron Seal by the Rolfe family.
Take a look at all the entries here and get planning for next years event!
Take the survey here: https://forms.gle/hj6xN8zUyHsi49KC8 The playground at the end of Knollmead by the Hogsmill was ‘upgraded’ a year or so ago, but the work appeared to be of quite a low standard and the equipment installed has either broken, is un-useable or in some cases been removed. This survewy … Continue reading Knollmead Playground Survey Sept 2021
Please vote for the committee positions listed below. If you would like to nominate and vote for yourself for one of the roles, please enter your name in the ‘other’ field (You must also email email@example.com so we can verify your nomination – if you do not then the nomination … Continue reading Vote for SECra Committee Members 2021/22
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Sunray & Egmont Community Residents Association (SECra) will take place on Saturday 17th July 2021 at 6pm. Due to current restrictions, it will be held online via Zoom. This is your opportunity to see everything that we have achieved this year and learn more … Continue reading 2021 Annual General Meeting
We have received this email below from Ed Davey MP regarding the rising rates of infection, driven by the Delta (previously called ‘Indian’) strain. We will pass on more information when we receive it regarding any additional measures or testing facilities, but as always, please remember to reduce the spread … Continue reading Kingston’s covid infection rates are rising
The next Committee Meeting will be at 8pm on Wednesday 5th May 2021 via Zoom. Everyone is welcome to join – you can raise any issues, concerns or questions at the meeting or you can submit them prior to the meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org To ensure transparency and online safety, … Continue reading SECra Committee Meeting 5th May 2021
On 16th April 2021, at an online event attended by some of the many volunteers that helped (and continue to help) during the lockdowns, Cllr Margaret Thompson, Mayor of Kingston, presented the Mayor’s Covid Award for outstanding service to the Royal Borough during the pandemic to the whole of Sunray Community !
These are photo’s taken on Monday 19th April 2021 of the service road at the top of Sunray Ave. Depressing aren’t they? Even more so for the amazing volunteers that worked hard in December clearing it completely. This is what they look like now on Monday afternoon after a team … Continue reading Service Roads – Green Corridor
Take the survey here: https://forms.gle/Q5CA1jZS2KJsszj66 This survey is to gather views, opinions, feedback and suggestions from the community & allotment users regarding the various needs & projects that directly affect Knollmead allotments. You do not need to answer all of the questions in this survey and can skip entire sections … Continue reading Knollmead Allotment & Community projects Survey
On the 20th February we posted on Sunray Community Facebook group and our local recycling group – “noticed a lot of paper recycling bins with the same damage on the corner, Have Kingston Council been sold a bunch of cheap recycling bins? Does anyone know when we got our Blue … Continue reading Blue Recycling Bins
This weekend saw the start of a new project on the Sunray Estate. We have been working with Will from Woodwork with Will to create some flower beds around some of the trees on the estate. Will has used recycled wood and made 8 planter borders to the measurements we … Continue reading Planter Borders
There has been much talk about setting up wild flower corridors over recent months. During the early part of last spring / summer, due to limited council resource and lock down measures many green spaces such as road side verges were left to grow and natural wild flower corridors were … Continue reading Pardon the weeds, we are feeding the bees
The current infection rate in Kingston is steady – they key messages this week are: National lockdown is still in effect until 29th March. Please do not make any unnecessary journeys / visits. Wherever possible, please stay home and if you need to go out follow the standard hands, face, … Continue reading RBK Update: 22 March 2021
Create or colour in a picture of Easter eggs – place in your window or garden by Thursday 1st April so passers-by can see it and then let us know where your picture(s) are by emailing email@example.com or WhatsApp 07940503795 To get you started, below are some templates you can download & … Continue reading Easter Egg Trail Colouring Templates
Thank you to everyone that joined our Zoom meeting on Sunday 20th or watched via Facebook Live – I hope you all enjoyed it as much as I did. You can watch again on Facebook here: https://fb.watch/2w668zhUcJ/ or scroll down this page and watch it right here 🙂 Congratulations to all the winners in … Continue reading Christmas FUN 2020
We can’t have a full Sunray Social due to the CV-19 lock-down, however, you can have a Stay At Home Street Party by decorating your house in red, white and blue and having a picnic in your front or back garden (as long as it’s just you and people that normally live … Continue reading VE Day 75th Anniversary
We had 23 entries in the festival – thank you to everyone that spent time building and displaying them, they were all amazing and brought so much fun and joy to the community! 89 Knollmead : Chatty Scarecrow (talk to it and he will tell you a joke or sing a … Continue reading Scarecrow Festival 1 Gallery
The very first Sunray Scarecrow Festival was held on Saturday 10th October 2020 and the winners are: We had 22 scarecrows around for you to enjoy – see the full google map for their locations The full list of entries was as follows: (in order of submission) 89 Knollmead : Chatty … Continue reading Sunray Scarecrow Festival 1
We held the annual SECra Christmas Social, supported by the 6th Tolworth Scouts, on Sunday 15th December 2019 from 14:30 till 16:30 @ at the Community Centre. Everyone was welcome and the event was very well attended. The scouts provided: Face Painting by Helen Popcorn Pick the lolly Throw a … Continue reading Christmas Social 2019
This year we held a ‘Best Dressed Christmas House’ competition, judged by Sam Folder-Hughes. Residents decorated their houses and front gardens and the winner of the best dressed house won an amazing hamper of festive goodies!
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