Being an inspiration is key for golden girl Hannah

GOLD medal-winning swimmer Hannah Russell hopes her exploits at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics in the summer can inspire the next generation. The Ottershaw star won two medals in Japan, retaining her S12... Read more »

Star climber targeting national honours next

HORSELL climber Rhys Conlon hopes to be a national champion in two disciplines before the end of the year. The 14-year-old returned from Russia recently after making his Great Britain debut in... Read more »

Skipper tips newcomer to be trump card

WOKING skipper Josh Casey believes that new boy Tahvon Campbell could be a trump card for the side this term. Campbell (pictured) told the News & Mail recently of his desire to... Read more »

Cards’ director has positive attitude to new season’s challenges

WOKING director John Katz wants his club to emulate Leeds United. The Cards are in the middle of a huge squad overhaul to prepare them for 2021-22, but their American investor is... Read more »

‘Woking made me what I am’ says Claire the Mayor

Claire Darke, the Mayor of Wolverhampton, wrote to the News & Mail inviting readers to take part in forthcoming charity fundraising events. She mentioned that she grew up in Woking, where she... Read more »

DJ bags interviews with stars for Christmas broadcast

ROCK and pop stars Suzi Quatro and Limahl are to make special Christmas appearances on a local radio show presented by a Woking DJ. Interviews with the two stars, and Darren Day,... Read more »

Relaxation is key, says Cards’ keeper Ross

Craig Ross has revealed the work he has put in on his mindset to keep his position as Woking’s first-choice keeper. The 30-year-old completed a clean sweep of club awards last term,... Read more »

Chairman’s stark warning to Woking FC fans

CARDS’ chairman Rosemary Johnson has warned fans to expect the worst when the club finally get the go-ahead to begin the 2020-21 season. The coronavirus pandemic and lack of guidance from the football... Read more »

The Modfather reflects on life, lockdown and a new album

WOKING’S most famous musical son, Paul Weller, is set to release his 15th solo album, On Sunset, later this month and he’s feeling content – despite the COVID-19 lockdown interrupting promotion for... Read more »

Endurance racer proud to have inspired others

A WOKING-born runner is proud of the inspirational impact her extraordinary exploits have had on her family and the sporting community. Forty-four-year-old Susie Chan, a well-known figure in the world of endurance... Read more »