Dancers find joy in online ballet

A YOUNG ballet student from West End has taken part in an online choreographic project with 27 other dancers from around the world. Erin King, 19, is a final-year student at Central... Read more »

Support local leisure but follow safety rules, says tourism chief

PLEASE don’t overcrowd the countryside when the coronavirus restrictions are further eased on Saturday is the plea from the county’s tourist board. Visit Surrey says relaxation of the lockdown has allowed the... Read more »

MP thanks volunteer networks and community, as Woking records lowest CV-19 infection rate

WOKING has recorded the lowest number of coronavirus cases of all the boroughs across Surrey. Despite being one of the biggest towns in the county, Woking also has the lowest rate of... Read more »

Finding a way to say thank you

TWO brothers caught up in the accident involving an inflatable in Woking Park 18 months ago have been working hard as a thank you to the NHS for its work during the... Read more »

Organisers ‘Desperately sad’ as Chobham Festival is cancelled

CHOBHAM Festival, an annual series of cultural events, is the latest public entertainment victim of the coronavirus crisis. The committee which organises the concerts and other performances held in the village each... Read more »

Care home staff grateful for PPE donation

STAFF at Brockhill Extra Care have hundreds of reasons to smile after welcoming a donation of 300 face masks from Amey, the UK infrastructure services provider responsible for waste collection in Woking,... Read more »

Nominate your angels

GENEROUS News & Mail readers have donated more than £500 to the Angels Hampers initiative in which goodies are given to local people who are helping others during the coronavirus pandemic. Claire... Read more »

Pandemic leads to rise in homelessness

THE COVID-19 pandemic has created more homelessness with changing circumstances forcing people onto the streets, says the York Road Project. Cath Stamper, the chief executive of the Woking charity, said around 20... Read more »

Ben’s bracelets bring in hospice funds

KEEN Cub Scout Ben Inglis has found a creative way to raise money for the Woking & Sam Beare Hospices during lockdown. “Ben wanted to raise money for the hospice by offering... Read more »

CAB staff stepping out to raise vital funds

CITIZENS Advice Woking has a willing and enthusiastic team ready to walk around their living room, garden or local park on June 8 in a virtual 10,000 Steps for Justice. The team,... Read more »