How changing your seat can increase your income and improve your buttock circulation at the same time!

March 14, 2016

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about my buttocks Nothing kinky, you understand It’s just that having been working from home the last few years, I find my bum gets achey when sitting for long hours. My back starts playing up. And generally I get a lot of distracting pain in my lower back and…

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Horley residents say they feel ‘nervous’ and ‘anxious’ after another spate of burglaries

August 16, 2018

There has been a further spate of burglaries across Horley and some residents say they feel worried about what appears to be a constant threat of break-ins. On August 8 there were two forced entries to properties in Cheyne Walk and Upfield, the latest in…

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Could Spelthorne join TfL’s Zone 6? Petition reaches 10,000 signatures

August 16, 2018

A petition to get the borough of Spelthorne included in Zone 6 of the London transport system has reached a new milestone after passing 10,000 signatures. The initiative, which was set up by Spelthorne Borough Councillor Olivia Rybinski in September 2014, asks that railway stations…

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RMT announces more strikes on South Western Railway after failing to reach agreement

August 15, 2018

More strike days have been announced by trade union RMT on South Western Railway (SWR) services. The rail, maritime and transport workers union announced more strikes on Wednesday (August 15)…

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Immigration detention centre in Spelthorne is ‘not our preferred option’, says Heathrow official

August 15, 2018

Heathrow would not like to see a new immigration detention centre built in Spelthorne, according to an airport official. The claim was made by Rob Gray, director of community and…

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Do conkers really keep spiders away? One Witley arachnophobe has done the research

August 15, 2018

No doubt a number of you will have scattered conkers along your windowsills or in the doorway of your conservatories in the hope of keeping pesky arachnids out. But does…

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Do conkers really keep spiders away? One Witley arachnophobe has done the research

August 15, 2018

No doubt a number of you will have scattered conkers along your windowsills or in the doorway of your conservatories in the hope of keeping pesky arachnids out. But does…

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We asked you for pictures of the coolest dogs in Surrey

August 15, 2018

When we shared a picture of a gorgeous pooch wearing driving “doggles” in Guildford town centre, we asked whether he was the coolest dog in the town. We didn’t expect…

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We asked you for pictures of the coolest dogs in Surrey

August 15, 2018

When we shared a picture of a gorgeous pooch wearing driving “doggles” in Guildford town centre, we asked whether he was the coolest dog in the town. We didn’t expect…

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Arrest after elderly woman allegedly sexually assaulted in Chobham woods

August 15, 2018

A 45-year-old man has been arrested and released under investigation in relation to an alleged sexual assault in Chobham Place Woods. The alleged incident took place on Monday (August 13)…

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Arrest after elderly woman allegedly sexually assaulted in Chobham woods

August 15, 2018

A 45-year-old man has been arrested and released under investigation in relation to an alleged sexual assault in Chobham Place Woods. The alleged incident took place on Monday (August 13)…

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Woking Shoppers’ Red Car Park could be demolished and out of action for TWO YEARS

August 15, 2018

A Woking car park could be demolished in October, with no replacement available for almost two years. Woking Borough Council (WBC) has submitted a planning application to tear down the…

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Heathrow Terminal 4 evacuated and man detained after ‘concern for welfare’

August 15, 2018

Heathrow was partially evacuated on Wednesday (August 15) as police responded to a concern for a man’s welfare. Metropolitan Police was called at 10.25am and a fire engine was filmed…

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Disgusting images show scale of dog poo problem at beauty spot

August 15, 2018

More than 50 dog poos were found in just 100 metres at a beauty spot near East Horsley – resulting in some rather unpleasant images. Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) sprayed…

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A3 middle lane hogger who ‘seemed to enjoy holding up traffic’ pulled over near Guildford

August 15, 2018

A middle lane hogger who police said seemed to “enjoy holding up the traffic” on the A3 was pulled over on Wednesday (August 15). The Surrey roads policing unit tweeted…

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Motorists slammed as parked cars lead to double yellow line fail

August 15, 2018

A failed effort to paint double yellow lines in Dorking has led to confusion among residents who have noticed cars continuing to park on top of them. Inconveniently placed cars…

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Motorists slammed as parked cars lead to double yellow line fail

August 15, 2018

A failed effort to paint double yellow lines in Dorking has led to confusion among residents who have noticed cars continuing to park on top of them. Inconveniently placed cars…

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Huge spiders set to invade Surrey homes – here’s what you can do it about

August 15, 2018

Huge spiders trying to escape the rain are set to invade Surrey homes as they look for a place to mate. People across the UK are reporting sightings of the…

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Caterham Rose and Young building finally demolished after being empty for 24 years

August 15, 2018

The Rose and Young building in Caterham has been demolished after more than 20 years of hard-fought work by the council to bring the site back into use. Preliminary work…

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Man in serious condition after falling onto tracks at Reigate station

August 15, 2018

A man was taken to hospital in a serious condition after he fell onto the tracks at Reigate station. Emergency services were called at about 11.30pm on Sunday (August 12)…

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Five-year battle to win public right of way across fields in Oxted to continue

August 15, 2018

A five-year battle to win a public right of way across fields in Oxted is not yet over. Surrey County Council has agreed that three new public footpaths should be…

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Cyclists who kill pedestrians could soon be treated in similar way to dangerous drivers

August 15, 2018

Cyclists who kill pedestrians could soon be treated in a similar way to dangerous drivers – but the plans have been described as just “tinkering around the edges” of road…

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McDonald’s in Ashford could stay open 24/7 under new proposals

August 15, 2018

McDonald’s in Ashford could stay open for 24 hours a day, seven days a week under proposals submitted by the company. The fast food franchise has submitted a planning application…

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Travellers illegally camping on Witley Parish Council’s playing field ordered to leave

August 14, 2018

Travellers who allegedly broke the padlocks to a gate to and set up camp on a playing field in Witley have been ordered to leave by Waverley Borough Council. According…

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Pride in Surrey ‘thrilled’ to announce venue for first ever event in county next year

August 14, 2018

Surrey’s first ever Pride event will be coming to Woking next year. For years Surrey has been silent within the LGBTQ+ community and there are no Pride organisations in the…

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A level results: 10 things to do this summer before you start university

August 14, 2018

Our tips on how to prepare for life at university and what to expect from life away from home Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2KSeIob Famous Words of Inspiration...

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A level results: Surrey’s super-posh restaurants for celebrating exam success

August 14, 2018

Feeling proud of your son or daughter following their A level results? Why not spoil them at one of these super exclusive restaurants? Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2MLyIe7…

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