ARTISTS IMPRESSION - how the new market could look

Construction on new Woking Market gets underway

CONSTRUCTION on the much anticipated new home of Woking Market gets underway today. Around 16 permanent kiosks will rise up along the strip in Peacock Walk, providing a clutter-free, refurbished pedestrian route... Read more »
FLAG DAY – standard bearers lower their glorious flags as a moving rendition of The Last Post sounds out across a humbled, and reflective Jubilee Sqaure on Saturday

Woking’s brothers in arms unite on Armed Forces Day

SHINING standards and gleaming medals of courage and bravery adorned Jubilee Square as residents stop to pay tribute and homage to the valiant efforts of our Armed Forces. Servicemen and women, past... Read more »
THE STARS ARE OUT TONIGHT – a flashing, fluffy-eared and cheerful army of Pink Ladies descended on the illumintaed surroundings of Mercedes Benz World as the sun set ahead of the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices’ annual Midnight Walk

Pink angels of the night raise £100,000

THERE were smiles and laughter as Mercedes-Benz World was tickled pink by the walkers in this year’s Midnight Walk for Woking & Sam Beare Hospices. The event is in its sixth year,... Read more »
TRIBUTE - Ryan (left) with mum Sue and brother Bradley

Five re-bailed in connection with death of man at Guildford station

A TOTAL of five men taken for questioning in connection with the tragic death of a Woking man at Guildford train station were re-bailed on Monday. The group, three of whom are... Read more »

Sheerwater primed for £250million investment

A THOUSAND new homes are to be built in Sheerwater after Woking Borough Council pledged a staggering £250million to redevelop the area. The plan over the next seven years is to improve... Read more »
JAILED - Daniel Drew has been given a two-and-a-half year sentence

Teenager jailed after biting off chunk of victim’s ear in vicious attack

A TEENAGER has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison after biting a chunk from a man’s ear in a vicious attack in Woking. Daniel Drew, 19, of no fixed abode, left... Read more »
LEGAL ACTION - free parking for church-goers in Woking is being challenged by the NSS

National Secular Society brings legal action to council over free parking for church-goers

WOKING chief executive Ray Morgan says the National Secular Society need to re-focus their efforts after the organisation started legal procedures against the council. The equality pressure group are taking the council... Read more »

Woking man charged in connection with social media comments about Drummer Lee Rigby

A WOKING teenager has been charged in connection with comments placed on a social media website following the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. Mohammed Mazar, 19, of Balmoral Drive, has... Read more »

Second man arrested in connection with suspicious activity in Knaphill

A SECOND man has been arrested in connection with reports of a driver approaching children as young as five in and around Knaphill. A 47-year-old man from Chertsey was arrested in Goldsworth Park... Read more »
ODDS COUPLE – Coral are hoping for a licence to run another bookies on Knaphill High Street

Coral want second betting shop in Knaphill High Street

A KNAPHILL bookmakers have applied for a licence to operate a second betting shop only a few doors from its existing premises in the village. Coral Racing currently run a bookies at... Read more »