Guide dog charity grateful for help after impact of pandemic

WOKING welcomed the Mid Surrey Branch of Guide Dogs this month when a collection in Jubilee Square raised almost £300. “It was wonderful to be able to get out and engage with... Read more »

Isla’s challenge raises £3,000 for welfare of ponies

A YOUNG girl with a rare genetic condition has raised nearly £3,000 to help feed and look after the ponies at Chobham’s Riding for the Disabled Association group. Seven-year-old Isla Williams was... Read more »

Students triumph in test of spirit and teamwork

STUDENTS from Gordon’s School in West End took pulling together literally when they tackled the Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award. The team of six, part of a contingent of almost 120 Year... Read more »

Talking Newspaper volunteers make sure the news is available to all

BLIND and visually impaired people are still able to enjoy the news and features published in the News & Mail, despite problems caused by the coronavirus. They are listening to recordings of... Read more »

Visually impaired bowlers club faces closure

A CLUB for blind and visually impaired bowlers will close at the end of this year if they cannot attract new members. The North-West Surrey Visually Impaired Bowls Group, which plays in... Read more »