Cycling group proves learning new skills is as easy as riding a bike

A CYCLING group for mostly Muslim women in Woking is attracting new members from the area and farther afield. The group was set up to teach cycling to women who did not... Read more »

Active Surrey issues safety advice as gyms prepare to reopen

WITH gyms, leisure centres and indoor swimming pools ready to reopen at the end of this week, advice has been issued for staying safe while getting back to “normal” forms of exercise.... Read more »

Seize timely opportunity to put wheels in motion

THERE are plenty of negative day-to-day effects of coronavirus, but one way in which we could all benefit is by changing how we travel. As shops and workplaces open up more people... Read more »

Support for stressed carers under pandemic pressure

CARERS in Woking are to be given extra help as pressure has increased on them because of the coronavirus crisis. Barbara Cormie, from Action for Carers Surrey, said the isolation of those... Read more »

Don’t let months of lockdown go to waist

THE initial coronavirus lockdown brought with it many problems, but one that may linger is the effect it has on our waistlines. With people asked to self-isolate, routines and regular pastimes, including... Read more »

Keep kids active to help home-schooling

Bob Pritchard of Active Surrey says that keeping your children active can help them with their home-schooling. BY NOW, most parents of primary school age children will have experienced the joys of... Read more »

23rd Surrey Youth Games celebrates fair play

Young sports novices from Woking were among the 1,500 children and their parents from across the county to take part in the 2019 Specsavers Surrey Youth Games, the county’s largest multi-sport festival,... Read more »