Teo swaps park run for home run

A SPORTY little boy from Horsell has made good use of school being out because of coronavirus to raise more than £2,000 to help other youngsters. Five-year-old Teo Palladino is a keen... Read more »

Village enjoys a weekend of festive fun

MORE stalls and extra entertainment were added to this year’s Christmas celebrations weekend in Horsell. A trio of attractions kept the crowds filling the village, with cold but bright weather perfect for... Read more »

Horsell residents go potty for Flowerpot Festival

RESIDENTS in Horsell may be in a forgiving mood if they’re described as being a bit “potty” this summer as a number have really gone to town on this year’s Flowerpot Festival.... Read more »

Horsell pub declared best in Surrey

THE Crown in Horsell has been declared the best pub in Surrey by the Campaign for Real Ale. The pub won through to the regional awards after winning the CAMRA Surrey Hampshire... Read more »

Local inspiration overcomes chronic illness through art

LAST year, Georgia Sugg could hardly get out of bed, her energy sapped by health problems which had plagued her since she was a child. Reading a book, calling a friend for... Read more »

Celebrity chef helps local family eat more healthily

A WOKING greengrocers has helped a local family to adopt healthier eating habits guided by celebrity chef Tom Kerridge on a primetime BBC television show. The Johnsons, who live in Addlestone, are... Read more »
BRIDGING THE GAP - Bedser Bridge opened to the public on Monday

Councillors row over who gets credit for Bedser Bridge

THE dust has yet to settle, but already the council are at odds over who should receive credit for the installation and design of the new Bedser Bridge. The sparkling new walkway was... Read more »
COLLISION - the mangled bike and the clothes the woman had to be cut out of

Woman fighting for her life after road traffic collision in Horsell

A FEMALE cyclist is fighting for her life after being knocked off her bike in Horsell. The woman, in her 50s, was in a collision with a BMW 3 series at the... Read more »
IN THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE CORNER – pupils at Hermitage School, St Johns, give their Jubilee celebrations the thumbs up

Woking residents out in their thousands to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee

IT was a weekend none of us will ever experience again. Street ­closures were rejoiced. The weather was not an issue. The Queen was ­celebrating 60 years on the throne and Woking... Read more »