Mystery of Woking carnival badge found in Canada

A BADGE of privilege for people supporting Woking’s 1946 carnival has been discovered as far away as Canada. But how it got there is a mystery. Diane Zilowsky said in an email... Read more »

Woking FC supremo recalls plane crash terror

PETER Jordan, the Woking FC majority shareholder, has spoken about his terrifying ordeal on an aircraft that crash-landed on a runway in Ukraine last week. Peter, a retired businessman, was flying to... Read more »

Safety first for Junior Citizens

CHILDREN from across Woking borough learned valuable life skills and how to keep safe and healthy during Junior Citizen courses held throughout March. A series of fun and informative sessions were staged... Read more »

Woking Football Club to hold minute’s silence after NZ attack

WOKING Football Club will be holding a minute’s silence before Saturday’s home game against Slough. “We will be remembering the 50 people massacred while praying at the Al-Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic... Read more »