IN GEAR – Trevor Griffiths at the wheel of his replica Maserati

Hearts sent racing at Auto Italia Brooklands showcase

ITALIAN stallions – and their proud drivers – raced into Brooklands for a day of all things automobiles. More than 1,000 cars, from the fastest Ferrari to the most unassuming Fiat 500,... Read more »
MILESTONE – (back) George Brion, Mark Cartwright, Ann Harrington, (front) David Metcalf, NHS Blood and Transplant’s Ian Hamerton and Alice Potter

Woking donor heroes have it in their blood

FIVE dedicated blood donors who have saved more than 1,000 lives between them have been recognised by NHS Blood and Transplant. The lifesaving efforts, loyalty and commitment of George Brion, Dr Mark... Read more »
FRANK DISCUSSIONS – Ray Morgan and Kevin Hurley with Michael Smith and Ann Roberts

Kevin Hurley and council engage in ‘frank discussions’

POLICE and Crime Commissioner Kevin Hurley met with members of the council behind the closed doors of the Civic Offices on Monday to discuss their ‘new vision’ for policing in the borough. The... Read more »
BRIDGING THE GAP - Bedser Bridge opened to the public on Monday

Councillors row over who gets credit for Bedser Bridge

THE dust has yet to settle, but already the council are at odds over who should receive credit for the installation and design of the new Bedser Bridge. The sparkling new walkway was... Read more »

Coral bookmakers in St Johns held at gunpoint

POLICE are appealing for information after a St Johns bookmakers was held at gunpoint last night (March 28). A man entered the Coral betting shop in St Johns Road at around 9pm on Thursday... Read more »
OPPOSITION – Cllr Saj Hussain, Cllr Melanie Whitehand and Knaphill Residents’ Association’s Phil Stubbs against the garage’s bid

Total despair as Knaphill garage launches bid to extend trading hours

KNAPHILL councillors and members of the concerned residents’ association have been left stunned by a petrol station’s application to extend its opening hours. The Total garage in the High Street had a bid... Read more »
CUT ABOVE - Jessica Edwards parted with her hair for charity

Rapunzel cuts off her hair

A CARING five year old from Woking, who refers to herself as Rapunzel stunned her mother by asking if she could give up her flowing locks for charity. Little Jessica Edwards was... Read more »
LAUNCH - Councillor Saj Hussain begins his election campaign

Knaphill councillor sets election drive in motion

KNAPHILL ward councillor Saj Hussain wants to use the momentum of last year’s borough election triumph to propel him into the county chambers. Cllr Hussain was given unequivocal backing by Woking MP... Read more »

Man dies after serious collision in Woking

A MAN has died following a serious motor accident in Woking yesterday evening. The driver, in his 60’s, was heading onto the Six Crossroads roundabout from the Shores Road direction when he... Read more »

Woking College students Florence Robjohn and Joanne Jones stage London art show

ART students from Woking College are hoping to draw in the crowds by ­exhibiting their work at the prominent Chelsea ­Gallery in London’s Kings Road. Stunning collections of art, photography and sculpture... Read more »