Elmbridge Borough is holding a competition for local 7-11 year olds – one of the many activities being held nationwide to celebrate the UK-India Year of Culture in 2017.
The challenge is to design a circular flowerbed based on the vibrant colours and some of the more simple designs found in India.
The winning design in Weybridge will be planted in the Churchfields park.
For more examples of designs like the one above which are drawn on pavements, often in front of houses in Tamil Nadu, see photos taken by Vicki Macleod on her recent travels there on the Weybridge LibDems Facebook page.
Entries must be submitted to Elmbridge by Friday, 27 January and full information on entering the competition can be found on the Elmbridge website.
The Liberal Democrats along with its allies in the new coalition administration agreed in cabinet today to proceed with studies to facilitate a path/cycleway alongside the Heath from the station to Brooklands Lane. This land is held in common and is therefore heavily protected so any proposal with have to be very sensitive to the green space.
Campaigners have been seeking such a development for over two decades and there is still more work to come.
Elmbridge Leisure is reviewing its options for managing the tennis courts across the borough. If you have never played tennis or play frequently Elmbridge want you hear your views on the facilities and how they could be improved.
Over these weeks I have been producing a video of ten locations throughout Weybridge Riverside. Have been able to answer them all? See if you know more of them than anyone else. Just in case more than one person gets them all correct there will be a tie breaker.