SUPPORTIVE - Coast to Capital's Ron Crank

A big opportunity for unskilled staff

SURREY businesses have been invited to take up an exciting new programme called Skills Support for the Workforce. This is a scheme funded by the European Social Fund that offers businesses in... Read more »
SHIRE HORSES - did their bit ferrying visitors in the old manner

When it comes to fun, West is best

REVELLERS headed West to bank some of the summer’s final rays on Saturday. West End and the village’s annual show was the destination for hundreds of frolickers as the season begins to... Read more »
NEW FOCUS - comes in five-door hatchback and estate versions only

New Ford Focus is a force for good

THERE’S a new-look Ford Focus set to hit showrooms, which will bring the most fuel-efficient powertrain line-up ever to grace this popular medium-compact car range. Ford say improvements of up to 15... Read more »

Get wild about outside space

THE Royal Horticultural Society and The Wildlife Trusts are urging people to get involved in Wild About Gardens Week. The focus of this year’s week (September 15 to 21) is on the... Read more »
GET A KICK OUT OF IT ALL – children have been playing the beautiful game while the older generation have been exercising their vocal chords

Offerings on song

LOVE singing pop music? Want to have fun? Then Sing GwP is for you! If you love singing – perhaps in the bathroom or while doing household chores – Goldsworth Park’s new... Read more »

Back with a bang

A ST Johns school have been awarded the British Council’s International School Award in recognition of their work to bring world issues into the classroom. The International School Award is a badge... Read more »
CHARITY – Tricia Matthews hands the cheque to the mayor

Club’s the best in the business

Chobham Business Club’s latest  networking lunch raised £350 for the Mayor of Surrey Heath’s charities. Held at The Inn @ West End on Guildford Road, 32 club members and guests gathered for... Read more »
REFRESHED – Woking cops do their bit for the hospices

Mass suffering’s for a great cause

SURREY Police were feeling ‘ice, ice baby’ as they joined the world’s latest fundraising craze. Readers must have been over in Timbuktoo to have missed coverage of the Ice Bucket Challenge, which... Read more »
‘SITE’ FOR SORE EYES – for the time being at least, derelict Sherpa House on Kingfield Road will remain a blight on the landscape

Morrisons plan is down the pan

A SUPERMARKET chain have confirmed that they will no longer be opening a new store in Kingfield. Late last year, Morrisons announced they would be opening a shop in Sherpa House on... Read more »
GRASS IS GREENER – resident Enid Peake with young helpers outside the winning Lakeview Care Home

Care home aflutter with delight

THE green-fingered grafters at a brand new residential home that will serve the Woking community have been busy bees making their outside space look beautiful. Even though Lakeview Care Home in Lightwater has not yet... Read more »