Knitting group creates colourful woolly tributes to Her Majesty

A WEST Byfleet knitting group entertained about a hundred guests at their Jubilee celebration afternoon tea last week. The WitKnits welcomed many of their 92 volunteer knitters to the hall of St... Read more »

May Fayre returns and proves busier than ever

THE Horsell Scouts and Guides Grand May Fayre returned busier than ever to the Wheatsheaf Recreation Ground on Bank holiday Monday. Absent since 2019 because of the pandemic, the fayre generated a... Read more »

Vicar reunited with war refugee mum

WEEKS of worry for a Horsell vicar came to a happy conclusion on Sunday evening when he was able to welcome his Ukrainian mother into the UK. The Rev Dmitry Lutsenko, of... Read more »

Benches mark dedicated service

A MUCH-loved former West Byfleet borough and Byfleets county councillor has been commemorated by the unveiling of two benches. Richard Wilson’s life was remembered at ceremonies at Plough Green in Byfleet and... Read more »

Woking College praised at Prime Minister’s Questions

WOKING MP Jonathan Lord praised the achievements of Woking College at Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons last week. Mr Lord referred to the college’s success in securing government funding... Read more »

Pioneering cleaner energy work in Woking

THE Woking team for one of the world’s leading service provider to the energy industry, Petrofac, is pioneering most of the company’s hydrogen project work which has formed a key part of... Read more »

MP committed to meeting constituents in person, despite colleague’s killing

WOKING MP Jonathan Lord says he remains committed to meeting his constituents in person, following nationwide security concerns after the killing of Sir David Amess last week. “I will, of course, be... Read more »

Last Post echoes 80th anniversary of wartime link with Menin Gate

EIGHTY years of an iconic remembrance ceremony being carried out at Brookwood Cemetery were marked with the easing of coronavirus restrictions allowing an increase in people attending the event. The Last Post... Read more »

Record number of visitors for the blooming beautiful

THE JOY of being out and about again meant that this year’s Horsell Garden Safari may have achieved record numbers in visitors and funds raised. The organised tour of gardens in Horsell... Read more »

‘Happy occasion’ says MP as popular village pub reopens

ST JOHN’S is a great village that deserves to have a great gastropub, said Jonathan Lord, the Woking MP, at the reopening of The Rowbarge. Mr Lord was among six guests, including... Read more »