Welcome to the Sunray & Egmont Community Residents Association.

Welcome to the Sunray & Egmont Community Residents Association.

Welcome to the Sunray & Egmont Community Residents Association.

Do you need help?

If you are self-isolating now or in the future, Sunray Community has volunteers available to help you.

Whether it’s picking up some shopping / prescriptions, posting some mail, a friendly chat over the phone or urgent supplies, we will do our best to help you.

Simply send an email to hello@secra.org.uk or call 07395 941032 letting us know your name and the best contact number to reach you on and we’ll get in touch to discuss how we can best help you.

If you are able to volunteer, please also email hello@secra.org.uk and we will be in touch.

For information on food banks and citizen advice services to help you claim government help, please see our Corona virus help page.

Do you need help?

If you are self-isolating now or in the future, Sunray Community has volunteers available to help you.

Whether it’s picking up some shopping / prescriptions, posting some mail, a friendly chat over the phone or urgent supplies, we will do our best to help you.

Simply send an email to hello@secra.org.uk or call 07395 941032 letting us know your name and the best contact number to reach you on and we’ll get in touch to discuss how we can best help you.

If you are able to volunteer, please also email hello@secra.org.uk and we will be in touch.

For information on food banks and citizen advice services to help you claim government help, please see our Corona virus help page.

Do you need help?

If you are self-isolating now or in the future, Sunray Community has volunteers available to help you.

Whether it’s picking up some shopping / prescriptions, posting some mail, a friendly chat over the phone or urgent supplies, we will do our best to help you.

Simply send an email to hello@secra.org.uk or call 07395 941032 letting us know your name and the best contact number to reach you on and we’ll get in touch to discuss how we can best help you.

If you are able to volunteer, please also email hello@secra.org.uk and we will be in touch.

For information on food banks and citizen advice services to help you claim government help, please see our Corona virus help page.

IMPORTANT: There are no charges for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, treatment and vaccination, including overseas visitors to England or anyone living in the UK without permission

You will not be charged for:

  • testing for COVID-19 (even if the test shows they do not have COVID-19)
  • treatment for COVID-19, including for a related problem called multisystem inflammatory syndrome that affects some children
  • vaccination against COVID-19

No immigration checks are needed for overseas visitors if they are only tested, treated or vaccinated for COVID-19.

Testing is available for people without symptoms: People across Kingston who cannot work from home and are showing no symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are being offered access to new regular, rapid testing to check whether they unknowingly have the virus. Please note this includes staff and volunteers.

Testing for people with symptoms: Everyone with symptoms of COVID-19 is now eligible to be tested. Symptoms include a high temperature, a new continuous cough or fever or a loss or a change in your sense of smell or taste. If you get any of these symptoms, you should book a test as soon as possible and you and your household should follow NHS guidelines on self-isolation. Testing can be carried out at home or at a local test site.

Support is available for those that need to isolate: People who need to isolate and are on a low income may be eligible for a £500 Test and Trace Support Payment.  Visit the Kingston Council financial support information page.

IMPORTANT: There are no charges for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, treatment and vaccination, including overseas visitors to England or anyone living in the UK without permission

You will not be charged for:

  • testing for COVID-19 (even if the test shows they do not have COVID-19)
  • treatment for COVID-19, including for a related problem called multisystem inflammatory syndrome that affects some children
  • vaccination against COVID-19

No immigration checks are needed for overseas visitors if they are only tested, treated or vaccinated for COVID-19.

Testing is available for people without symptoms: People across Kingston who cannot work from home and are showing no symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are being offered access to new regular, rapid testing to check whether they unknowingly have the virus. Please note this includes staff and volunteers.

Testing for people with symptoms: Everyone with symptoms of COVID-19 is now eligible to be tested. Symptoms include a high temperature, a new continuous cough or fever or a loss or a change in your sense of smell or taste. If you get any of these symptoms, you should book a test as soon as possible and you and your household should follow NHS guidelines on self-isolation. Testing can be carried out at home or at a local test site.

Support is available for those that need to isolate: People who need to isolate and are on a low income may be eligible for a £500 Test and Trace Support Payment.  Visit the Kingston Council financial support information page.

IMPORTANT: There are no charges for coronavirus (COVID-19) testing, treatment and vaccination, including overseas visitors to England or anyone living in the UK without permission

You will not be charged for:

  • testing for COVID-19 (even if the test shows they do not have COVID-19)
  • treatment for COVID-19, including for a related problem called multisystem inflammatory syndrome that affects some children
  • vaccination against COVID-19

No immigration checks are needed for overseas visitors if they are only tested, treated or vaccinated for COVID-19.

Testing is available for people without symptoms: People across Kingston who cannot work from home and are showing no symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus) are being offered access to new regular, rapid testing to check whether they unknowingly have the virus. Please note this includes staff and volunteers.

Testing for people with symptoms: Everyone with symptoms of COVID-19 is now eligible to be tested. Symptoms include a high temperature, a new continuous cough or fever or a loss or a change in your sense of smell or taste. If you get any of these symptoms, you should book a test as soon as possible and you and your household should follow NHS guidelines on self-isolation. Testing can be carried out at home or at a local test site.

Support is available for those that need to isolate: People who need to isolate and are on a low income may be eligible for a £500 Test and Trace Support Payment.  Visit the Kingston Council financial support information page.

How you can fact check claims about the new coronavirus

There’s a lot of information out there about the new coronavirus, but not all of it is right. 

This false or misleading information can come in many forms: from viral posts on social media, to comments made by public figures, to statements printed or broadcast by journalists.

It’s vital that everyone receives clear, factual information about Covid-19. Bad information ruins lives. In situations like this, it can cause unnecessary fear and—most importantly—may lead people to ignore important advice about symptoms or avoiding infection.

FullFact.org are working to fact check and correct misinformation on Covid-19. You can see their fact checks here. If you’ve seen something you’re unsure about, you can Ask Full Fact to help.  

How you can fact check claims about the new coronavirus

There’s a lot of information out there about the new coronavirus, but not all of it is right. 

This false or misleading information can come in many forms: from viral posts on social media, to comments made by public figures, to statements printed or broadcast by journalists.

It’s vital that everyone receives clear, factual information about Covid-19. Bad information ruins lives. In situations like this, it can cause unnecessary fear and—most importantly—may lead people to ignore important advice about symptoms or avoiding infection.

FullFact.org are working to fact check and correct misinformation on Covid-19. You can see their fact checks here. If you’ve seen something you’re unsure about, you can Ask Full Fact to help.  

How you can fact check claims about the new coronavirus

There’s a lot of information out there about the new coronavirus, but not all of it is right. 

This false or misleading information can come in many forms: from viral posts on social media, to comments made by public figures, to statements printed or broadcast by journalists.

It’s vital that everyone receives clear, factual information about Covid-19. Bad information ruins lives. In situations like this, it can cause unnecessary fear and—most importantly—may lead people to ignore important advice about symptoms or avoiding infection.

FullFact.org are working to fact check and correct misinformation on Covid-19. You can see their fact checks here. If you’ve seen something you’re unsure about, you can Ask Full Fact to help.  

Foodbank Appeal

We are collecting much needed food donations for the local community and have collection boxes on nearly every road in the Sunray & Egmont estate. To find your nearest and see which items are most needed, visit our Foodbank Appeal page.

Foodbank Appeal

We are collecting much needed food donations for the local community and have collection boxes on nearly every road in the Sunray & Egmont estate. To find your nearest and see which items are most needed, visit our Foodbank Appeal page.

Foodbank Appeal

We are collecting much needed food donations for the local community and have collection boxes on nearly every road in the Sunray & Egmont estate. To find your nearest and see which items are most needed, visit our Foodbank Appeal page.

For your diary:

For your diary:

For your diary:

General Committee Meeting
Weds 3rd March 2021, 8pm online (Zoom)

Please email hello@secra.org.uk if you have any questions or would like to raise / discuss something at the meeting.

General Committee Meeting
Weds 3rd March 2021, 8pm online (Zoom)

Please email hello@secra.org.uk if you have any questions or would like to raise / discuss something at the meeting.

General Committee Meeting
Weds 3rd March 2021, 8pm online (Zoom)

Please email hello@secra.org.uk if you have any questions or would like to raise / discuss something at the meeting.

Litter Pick
Monthly meetings are currently postponed, but you can litter pick with your household whenever you like!

If you need any bags, gloves, pickers or a high viz vest please email hello@secra.org.uk

Litter Pick
Monthly meetings are currently postponed, but you can litter pick with your household whenever you like!

If you need any bags, gloves, pickers or a high viz vest please email hello@secra.org.uk

Litter Pick
Monthly meetings are currently postponed, but you can litter pick with your household whenever you like!

If you need any bags, gloves, pickers or a high viz vest please email hello@secra.org.uk

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SECra was officially formed on 3rd July 2019. We are a voluntary, non-profit organisation run by and for the whole community that lives, works and plays on the Sunray and Egmont estate, Tolworth, Surrey. Our mission : To care for our streets, our environment and each other.

SECra was officially formed on 3rd July 2019. We are a voluntary, non-profit organisation run by and for the whole community that lives, works and plays on the Sunray and Egmont estate, Tolworth, Surrey. Our mission : To care for our streets, our environment and each other.

SECra was officially formed on 3rd July 2019. We are a voluntary, non-profit organisation run by and for the whole community that lives, works and plays on the Sunray and Egmont estate, Tolworth, Surrey. Our mission : To care for our streets, our environment and each other.