LEGITIMATE AIM - the council will rule in favour of keeping free parking for church goers

Woking Borough Council to keep free parking for church goers

WOKING Borough Council will announce its decision to keep the much debated parking concession for church goers at a meeting next month, after an independent equality survey ruled the policy carried a... Read more »
ARREST - a man from Pirbright remains in custody

Police treating Weybridge stabbing as non-suspicious

POLICE investigating a stabbing in Weybridge are treating the incident as non-suspicious despite initially launching a murder investigation. Officers and paramedics were called to Queens Road on April 16 where Czech Republic... Read more »
KNOCKOUT - Jane and her team meet boxing legend Frank Bruno

Woking win Blue Square Bet South Community Club of the Year award

WOKING Football in the Community coordinator Jane Spong says she is over the moon after the Cards were awarded the Blue Square Bet South Community Club of the Year award. Jane and... Read more »
CLOSURES - the Tour Series will mean road closures across Woking

Halfords Tour Series means road closures for Woking town centre

ROAD closures will hit Woking as the penultimate leg of the Halfords Tour Series returns to the borough. The town centre will be closed to traffic on Tuesday, June 12 from 10am... Read more »
RELOCATION - McLaren GT are making the switch from Leicestershire to Woking

Leicestershire racing car builder set for move to former McLaren facility

A RACING car builder from Leicestershire is moving into the former McLaren F1 ­assembly facility near ­Chertsey Road. McLaren GT currently makes the £325,000 ­McLaren 12C GT3 at its factory in Bardon... Read more »
TARGETED - damage was caused to Woking Palace

Arsonists target historical ruin in Old Woking

ARSONISTS have targeted a Site of Special Scientific Interest in Old Woking for the second time in as many months. Offenders caused more than £1,000 worth of smoke damage to Woking Palace... Read more »
MY MY MY DELILAH – nine-year-old Lauren Holder, from Bisley, with her loveable hound

Every dog has his day at Chobham’s RSPCA show

ABOUT 200 furry friends pitched up on Millbrook’s field with their two-legged owners for the RSPCA’s annual dog show on Sunday. The centre’s Fun Dog Show is open to old, young, pedigree,... Read more »
COLLISION - Princess Road was closed off by police

Police in witness appeal after child involved in Maybury road traffic collision

SURREY POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a child pedestrian was left in a serious but stable condition following a road traffic collision. The incident took place at 3.22pm yesterday (Thursday, May... Read more »
Bob the Builder with competition winners Louie and Beth

Kingfield Primary pupils meet Bob the Builder at Rydens Way building site

BEAMING pupils of Kingfield Primary School traded toy diggers for the real thing as they met Bob the Builder at the Rydens Way development site. The school was invited to the controversial... Read more »

Daredevil parents Julie and Ryan Mulvey take the plunge for son Dillon

DAREDEVIL parents Ryan and Julie Mulvey have put their lives on the line to help find a cure for their seriously ill son. Eight-year-old Dillon was diagnosed with the rare muscle wasting... Read more »