Local hub to aid sustainable living

WOKING residents and businesses can now engage more easily with climate and environmental issues. Voluntary group Woking Environment Action (WEAct) has opened a hub in the former Thomas Cook travel agency in... Read more »

Litter group goes from strength to strength

WOKING Litter Warriors are celebrating another successful day cleaning up the town and its surroundings last Sunday.  The group began at the Cricketers pub in Horsell before spreading out towards Horsell Birch... Read more »

Last chance to get your free entry into green business awards

THE CREST22 Awards are seeing more entries continue to arrive – from global enterprises, to SMEs and one-man operations – following the news of its extended deadline. The deadline for Surrey’s only... Read more »

CREST22 awards highlight the positive benefits of sustainability

CREST22, Surrey’s only green business awards, are back again. Founded in Woking, the awards celebrate the best of environmentally sustainable business practices across the county and bring rewards for all those involved,... Read more »

New group aims to fight the tide of litter

A WOKING litterpicking group has been set up after the success of a similar scheme launched during the pandemic lockdown. Woking Litter Warriors has been started by Lauren Horncastle who had helped... Read more »

Get your entries in for CREST22 Business Awards

THE CREST22 Business Awards in association with the News & Mail are open for entries. The awards, in their second year, recognise the positive efforts of businesses to protect the environment and... Read more »

Encouraging a passion for wildlife

IS YOUR family wild about nature? Perhaps you’ve resolved to get outdoors and explore the natural world more often in 2022. If so, Wildlife Watch is a great way to encourage youngsters... Read more »

Children use dance to highlight fears for the planet

DANCE Woking hosted four events at Rhoda McGaw Theatre when more than 360 students and dancers took to the stage. Three community dance platforms were held either side of a performance by... Read more »

Make a start in the skills of beekeeping

BEES are the vital pollinators of many of the food crops that we consume, but their numbers are declining. They are under threat thanks to a combination of disease, toxic pesticides, loss... Read more »

Enjoy the countryside but treat it with respect

NOW spring has well and truly sprung, many more of us are being drawn towards Surrey’s green spaces for fresh air and to reconnect with nature. With the possibility of an increased... Read more »