Horsell Village Show is back – last chance for entries

THE Horsell Village Show will return to its regular home at the C of E Junior School in Meadway Drive a week on Saturday, 24 July. A virtual version 12 months ago... Read more »

Deputy crime commissioner appointed, against advice of police panel

THE Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner has appointed a deputy to her role, against the advice of councillors tasked with scrutinising her work. Lisa Townsend, who was elected in May, has taken... Read more »

Scouts enjoy party atmosphere

MORE than 60 Explorer Scouts from Woking’s five units recently enjoyed a fun-packed day at Birchmere campsite in Wisley. The Scouts, aged from 14 to 18, represented Challenger units from Knaphill, Martian... Read more »

Chobham Country Market returns

CUSTOMERS queued to buy at Chobham Country Market when it returned last Thursday after nearly 16 months of suspension because of the pandemic. COVID precautions meant there was a one-way system in... Read more »

Colleagues on a clear-up

STAFF at a Woking funeral home have been cleaning up the community after noticing a growing litter problem during lockdown. Six colleagues from Woking Funeral Service, in Goldsworth Road, filled more than... Read more »

New exhibition is sure to be your cup of tea

IF you fancy a trip back in time to learn about the many teashops and cafés that have graced Ripley High Street, a visit to the local history society’s museum is recommended.... Read more »

Garden football netting a danger to wildlife

THE RSPCA is warning about the dangers of leaving out football nets after releasing an entangled young fox from a Woking garden. A family found him early last Friday and, after putting... Read more »

Rolling out the red carpet for Prom nights

STUDENTS at Gordon’s School who missed out on their prom night last year because of the pandemic have finally been able to enjoy the glitz and glamour of the occasion. The West... Read more »

Hands-on experience for students at upcycling club

SEND and Transition students at Brooklands College are making the most of their new upcycling club. They are enjoying the overall aspects of launching a project, from designing the logo to advertising... Read more »

Help needed for bid to get steam tender to Yorkshire

A GROUP of railway enthusiasts backed by pop star Rod Stewart are asking News & Mail readers for their help in finding a way to transport a steam locomotive’s huge coal tender... Read more »