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Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By www.kingstonian.com (fwpbot)15/10 15:48Thu Oct 15 15:48:49 2020

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As London moves up to Tier 2, John McCormack has a brief update on protocols.

Read the full news item at https://www.kingstonian.com/news/update-from-our-covid-19-officer/1673

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By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)15/10 19:52Thu Oct 15 19:52:41 2020In response to Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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First mistake is to jump to quick and tell everyone Essex is tier 2.
Romford not and Grays not and Southend not so weather Pitsea is needs to be researched.
If will all unfold as the Boris legeslation always does but to start its only your household bubble to be sitting inside together or up to six people outside.
When it unravels you may find a bar or restaurant or indeed stadium across the road may be level 2 and you 1.

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By Nick Garland15/10 20:17Thu Oct 15 20:17:40 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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I don’t see how the statement is ‘jumping in ‘quick’ as opposed to what it is clearly saying that further information is being sought

Romford is Tier 2 as it is in the London Borough of Havering.

Edited by Nick Garland at 20:32:03 on 15th October 2020

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By Ksuals15/10 20:03Thu Oct 15 20:03:53 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Is it not Essex County Council area in tier 2?
Let's be more understanding and not jump in saying mistake this or that.

Ksuals

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By Nick Garland15/10 20:36Thu Oct 15 20:36:09 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Nope, swallowed by Greater London like Kingston in 1965. Romford is the administrative town of London Borough of Havering so is affected by the London restrictions

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By SDG (SDG (Ks))15/10 20:07Thu Oct 15 20:07:17 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Yes, Pitsea is part of Essex CC Council area so the article is correct in respect of Saturday's game.

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By Ksuals15/10 20:23Thu Oct 15 20:23:26 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Kingston was and for me will always be in Surrey

Ksuals

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By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)15/10 20:39Thu Oct 15 20:39:34 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Yes Kingston still under Surrey County Council so its rather confusing and seemingly wanted to be part of London.
London border on the bridge over Beverley Brook just short of Asda on the London side.
The London side stays on the river making Colliers Wood ground on the Kingston side but only just so along the A3 toward New Malden the left side generally is London and to the right its Kingston.
Useless info I guess but borders go back many years and tend to follow rivers and certainly not roads so knowing where the border is makes it baffling that Kingston could be in London but with the virus level 2 in Essex it doesnt mean Southend.

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By a krinkly15/10 21:00Thu Oct 15 21:00:35 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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London stops at Malden Rushett as far Kingston is concerned, Oxshot and Epsom are in Surrey, Chessington is not.

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By Nick Garland15/10 20:52Thu Oct 15 20:52:21 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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RBK left Surrey County Council and became part of London in 1965 which is why Surrey County Council have been looking for decades to move.

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By John Bangs16/10 07:48Fri Oct 16 07:48:49 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Surrey County Council are closing County Hall and the building is for sale.

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By Ksuals16/10 08:36Fri Oct 16 08:36:20 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Kingston Uni were at one time a likely buyer.
Plans to move County Hall to Walton were mooted.

Ksuals

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By John Bangs16/10 08:50Fri Oct 16 08:50:09 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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The Uni were some years ago looking to buy County Hall and SCC we’re moving to Woking but this all fell through.

Kingston University then built the “Town House” extension to their main site instead.

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By ollie16/10 10:28Fri Oct 16 10:28:09 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Reckon it's possible to knock it down and build a football ground there? Asking for a pal with a ring-fenced £1MM in the bank.

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By John Bangs16/10 12:10Fri Oct 16 12:10:27 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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I assume you are having a bubble .Maybe if our pal had £50 million and County Hall wasn’t a listed building it might have been a goer!

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By a krinkly15/10 21:01Thu Oct 15 21:01:32 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Latest proposal is Reigate.

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By Ksuals15/10 21:01Thu Oct 15 21:01:31 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Very much so,went down hill when Malden and Coombe was hoovered by RBK.
Kingston might not be under Surrey County Council but it still in Surrey.
Pride of South London - uurgh!

Ksuals

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By a krinkly15/10 21:13Thu Oct 15 21:13:17 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Not according to current maps of Surrey. As a Surreyite I can sympathise at your loss of status, but Surrey is a distinctive non urban county, RBK is now almost entirely in character a London suburb.

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By Ksuals15/10 21:19Thu Oct 15 21:19:13 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Alas your point is factually correct .

Ksuals

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By Taimour (WeHateWombles)15/10 21:11Thu Oct 15 21:11:01 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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KIngston is in London. Zone 6.

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By Filipo16/10 07:21Fri Oct 16 07:21:54 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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KIngston is in London. Zone 6

Tadworth is in Surrey. Zone 6

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By Ksuals15/10 21:21Thu Oct 15 21:21:25 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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The ever onward march of Mockneys

Ksuals

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By Nick Garland15/10 21:27Thu Oct 15 21:27:28 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Kockneys?

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By reximus16/10 10:26Fri Oct 16 10:26:53 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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I love how a thread about whether Kingston is in Surrey or London always generates so much interest.

Meanwhile, you're all welcome in Wales. Ah, hang on...

rex

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By Olde School Ks (OldSchoolKs)16/10 15:04Fri Oct 16 15:04:08 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Seems Rex plans are in prep for us visiting the Princeapality.Looks like you may blocking our entry.

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Re: Update from our COVID-19 Officer

By reximus16/10 16:14Fri Oct 16 16:14:41 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Cardiff on a big match day is a wonderful place to be, with the flags of both teams/nations flying in St Mary Street and the stadium just 50 yards down a side road. Sooo much better than the 'Wembley experience'.

Hope you all get to visit again one day soon.

rex

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By a krinkly16/10 11:26Fri Oct 16 11:26:07 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Her Maj and I were in Somerset near Cheddar couple of weeks ago, when originally planned a day in the Principality was a definite for her itinerary, sadly the nearest we got was the view from Watchett.

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By Ksuals16/10 11:10Fri Oct 16 11:10:41 2020In response to Re: Update from our COVID-19 OfficerTop of thread

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Not for now but I'm sure
you'll keep a welcome in the hillside a welcome in the dales and your heart will still be singing when we visit Wales again

Ksuals

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