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 »

Lock tribute to canal stalwart Peter Redway

A STALWART supporter of the Basingstoke Canal will be forever remembered – after a lock was named in his honour. Lifelong St Johns resident Peter Redway MBE lived beside the waterway he... Read more »

Paul Newman’s suit a perfect fit for Woking finder

A WOKING man renting a house in America was poking around the basement when he was surprised to find some fine clothes stuffed in a rubbish bag. A tailor’s tag listing the... Read more »

Belles of the ball bring in the new year at parties all over Woking

IT WAS out with the old and in with the new as revellers across Woking and Chobham bid farewell to 2012 in style. Pubs and clubs were packed out as a memorable... Read more »
WELL-RED CHILDREN – Mia Wilcox, five, granddad John Houghton and Olivier Bayliss, nine, enjoy the fun

Chobham extravaganza brings village together for Christmas

RAISING the rooftops outside St Lawrence Church, a group of Valley End pupils braved the cold to sing their hearts out at Chobham Extravaganza. The village High Street was alive and kicking with... Read more »
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 »