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 »

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 »

Fitness company helping people stay active and healthy at home

A FITNESS company is tailoring its approach to reach out and help people stay active and healthy at home. Be Military Fit (BMF) are using the Zoom app, which has become very... Read more »

Musical cancelled an hour before curtain up

THE musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert was cancelled at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking with just an hour to curtain up after all Ambassador Theatre Group venues were closed because... Read more »

Big Hiit fitness fundraiser called off over Coronavirus concern

EMMA Goodman-Horne has called off her Big Family Hiit, the fundraising event she had planned for Pyrford Cricket Club this Saturday, because of the coronavirus outbreak. “The more I thought about it... Read more »

Festivities cancelled over coronavirus fear

FEARS about the possible spread of the deadly coronavirus forced Chinese New Year celebrations in Woking to be cancelled and have seen the temporary closure of a school teaching Cantonese and Mandarin.... Read more »

Marist Catholic Primary School launches Daily Mile

PUPILS at the Marist Catholic Primary School having been putting their best foot forward on a new endeavour, all taking part in “the Daily Mile”. “This is a national initiative which we... Read more »

Easter egg advice from Woking nutritionist

I recently read an article in the Metro about a health charity that was claiming that supermarkets are helping to increase obesity by putting chocolate Easter eggs too soon on their shelves.... Read more »