Safety first keeps gymnastic club open

A WOKING gymnastics club is spending £1,000 a month on cleaning and protection equipment to keep its classes going during the pandemic. Prime Acrobatics reopened its facilities at Heather Farm on Horsell... Read more »

Pupils’ bounce-a-thon helps the hospice

PUPILS at a Horsell school have raised more than £1,400 for Woking & Sam Beare Hospice through a sponsored mufti day and bounce-a-thon. he children of Club House at St. Andrew’s, ably... Read more »

Rise in COVID-19 cases, as Woking school is forced to close

RESIDENTS are being urged to stay vigilant, following what officials are calling “significant rises” in people testing positive for coronavirus. “We are continually monitoring the data across the county, and we now... Read more »

‘We must all play our part’, urges crime commissioner

THE Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, David Munro, has stressed that public co-operation remains vital as COVID-19 restrictions are increased. “We must all continue to play our part,” Mr Munro said.... Read more »

Thousands to get flu jab in drive-through clinic

THOUSANDS of Woking residents are being given the flu vaccine in drive-through clinics at the Leisure Centre car park. The weekly jabs are for patients of the Heathcote Practice, which has three... Read more »

Golf club tees up charity funds

GOLFERS observing coronavirus rules teed off in glorious late summer sunshine to raise thousands of pounds for a charity that supports disadvantaged young people and adults. A total of 160 players in... Read more »

Wildlife photographers put glorious images online

BIRDWATCHING photographers had entries for a competition judged online for the first time, as members of their club were unable to meet in person to make assessments. Guildford and District Local Group... Read more »

Fiery Bird set to soar once again

THE Fiery Bird music venue in Woking town centre is planning to reopen in just over two weeks and hopes to celebrate getting government funding that will help it to expand its... Read more »

Lions’ Martian race goes virtual

MEMBERS of St John’s Running Club will be among those tackling the Martian virtual race organised by Woking Lions. The Martian Race has taken place on Horsell Common since 2015, but had... Read more »

Valley End Cricket Club’s girls are back in action

VALLEY End’s girls are firmly entrenched in cricket again after fearing they wouldn’t be able to play at all during 2020. The pandemic hit the sport hard, and clubs were not allowed... Read more »