Gok Wan, the stylist who encouraged people to ‘get naked’ in his six season Channel 4 series How To Look Good Naked is finally ‘getting naked’ himself with stage show "Gok Wan - Naked and Baring All" coming to Richmond Theatre on November 13.
A Merton ward councillor will be hosting a motivational film and discussion event to help educate the community about Black History Month.
A man has appeared in court charged with manslaughter and arson in Croydon more than 20 years ago.
Charities and community groups in Epsom are being urged to sign up to a scheme that lets them collect surplus food from their local Tesco store.
A crew of rowers from Richmond have gone as far as field as Scotland to take on a 60 mile challenge.
Kingstonians will spend 980,000 hours getting ready for Halloween this year.
Croydon Council has had to spend £3 million of its budget to prevent tenants from being evicted.
A Kingston motorcyclist whose bike was stolen is appealing to the public to help him find it.
Two Wimbledon women among a team of explorers aiming to be the first-ever people to reach “the other North Pole.”
The Richmond upon Thames Literature Festival is just around the corner with a spectacular line-up to fit every reader’s taste.
A 10-year-old with cerebral palsy was one of the first people to take part in a new wheelchair race.
The second Nando’s restaurant in the UK to serve breakfast will open at Cobham Services next month.
Anyone looking to make the most of their Halloween pumpkin before carving it could find inspiration from the world first “Pumpkin Pilates” session, held at Garsons of Esher.
When a member of the Croham Hurst Golf Club was diagnosed with a condition that saw them prematurely lose nerve cells in certain parts of the brain, St Christopher's Hospice was there to help out.
A new exhibition highlighting the importance of town centres as London's population grows features two of Sutton's major development plans.
There is now an all female running group in Croydon.
A homeless man has been rehoused in Richmond after spending three years on the streets.
Job brokerage service Croydon Works has moved into a new office.
A specialist autism school in Sutton showed democracy in action last week as they held their own student elections.
With Halloween fittingly being the best time of year to spot spooky spiders, Surrey residents are some of the best-able people in the country to see them.