Beavers “Go Wild” at Scout camp

BOYS and girls from the Woking area joined more than 500 fledgling Scouts and their leaders from across Surrey for a Beavers Go Wild camp at Bentley Copse Activity Centre. Members of... Read more »

Commonwealth champ’s new success

FORMER Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sam Skillcorn (née Lowe) is encouraging more youngsters to look at Judo as fitting way to improve their body and mind. After narrowly missing out on competing... Read more »

Visit the glorious Timber Hill Gardens this Easter Monday

Green space, woodland and blossom. Spring bulbs and spectacular camellias in the woodland. Afternoon teas, coffee with home-made cakes and light refreshments, served in the barn. That will be the lovely scene... Read more »

Superheroes to assemble at Wolsey Place

KEEP your mini-superheroes entertained this week at Wolsey Place, as the Woking shopping centre hosts free superhero fun, including visits from Iron Man and Wonder Woman. Arrive at Superhero HQ on Wednesday... Read more »

Knaphill schools raise £3,700 for defibrillators in Surrey Half Marathon

TWO schools in Knaphill will each get a defibrillator each after children, teachers and parents raised £3,700 by taking part in the Surrey Half Marathon. Sixty runners from Knaphill School and Knaphill... Read more »

FA chairman visits Byfleet club

THE chairman of The Football Association visited the Byfleet village Club at the weekend. Greg Clarke, who previously served as the chairman of The Football League and Leicester City, was given a... Read more »

Woking Youth Theatre relaunches

WOKING Youth Theatre – whose former members include stars of films and TV programmes such as Pirates of the Caribbean, Victoria and The Crown – is being revived after it closed nearly... Read more »

Runners’ lifesaving challenge

A TEAM of around 60 children, teachers and parents from Knaphill School and Knaphill Lower School are taking part in the Surrey Half Marathon on Sunday to raise money to buy defibrillators.... Read more »

The Great Brick Safari

IF YOU go down to the RHS Wisley Garden you’re sure of some big – and small – surprises. Wisley Garden is hosting The Great Brick Safari, which features 40 sculptures ranging... Read more »