LET ME PRESENT – Dean Lake’s army of Santas, elves and gift-wrapped boarders who hit London in aid of the Children’s Heart Foundation

Deano the red-suited boarder leads the Santa invasion of London

DEAN LAKE reckons Santa would complete the London leg of his Christmas Eve delivery run in no time at all if he ever decided to trade his magic sleigh for a longboard. That’s... Read more »

Man arrested in connection with postal thefts in Woking

POLICE investigating postal thefts in Woking have arrested a man in Hackney, London. Surrey Police executed a warrant following information received in connection with the theft of mail, identity theft and subsequent fraudulent... Read more »

Mayford villagers coming to terms with loss of beloved hall destroyed by fire

ARSONISTS are suspected to have caused a blaze that raged through Mayford Village Hall in the early hours of Sunday. Much of the old wooden building was destroyed in the 4am fire... Read more »

Youngsters are engineered for success at McLaren

YOUNG engineers have charged towards the chequered flag in a race at the McLaren Technology Centre. They also got the chance to meet executive chairman of McLaren Group and McLaren automotive Ron... Read more »

The simple beer necessities of life

MAINTAINING professionalism at a beer festival is a difficult thing. To go to one and not have a drink is a bit like going to the moon and not getting off the... Read more »
OPEN FOR BUSINESS - Front row, left to right, broadcaster Declan Curry, Connect 2 innovate chief executive Anne Crean, Surrey Chambers of Commerce chief executive Louise Punter, Asian Woking Business Forum chairman Shahid Azeem. Back row, left to right, David Ludlow, of Barlow Robbins solicitors, Jon Jagger, of Menzies LLP, and Woking Borough Council deputy chief executive Douglas Spinks

Council and business leaders hail remarkable story evolving in Woking

BUSINESS people were told there was “a remarkable story” evolving in Woking following the town centre refurbishment. Borough Council deputy chief executive Douglas Spinks, speaking at a Woking Means Business breakfast meeting,... Read more »
BATTLE - the first round went to Mr Ali

Candidate Ali confident of victory in election fraud case

A JUDGE has been appointed election commissioner after a Labour candidate won the first round in a High Court fraud battle. Mr Justice Mawrey and Woking Borough Council will review the Maybury... Read more »
FESTIVAL FOUNDER – Tony Scott

GuilFest under threat after 21 successful years

BAD weather and a dip in ticket sales have put the future of the annual GuilFest in doubt. Scotty Ltd, the company behind the festival which celebrated its 21st event this year,... Read more »
WIRED FOR SOUND AND VISION – Ambassador’s Jack Valentine

That’s a wrap – old film canned for new splice of life

WOKING’S award-winning independent cinema has gone all out for digital delivery. All screens at the Ambassador complex have been tuned into the times and the Peacock Centre venue, which won the national Independent... Read more »
ANGRY – Labour’s Robert Evans

Robert Evans taunts rival in ‘Pleb Gate’ row

THE campaign to be Surrey’s first elected Police and Crime Commissioner has sparked into life following the Downing Street ‘Pleb Gate’ scandal. Labour candidate Robert Evans used his campaign website to call... Read more »