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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Police chase in Godstone leads to man charged with five driving offences

June 18, 2018

A 19-year-old man has been charged with a number of offences following a police pursuit in Godstone of an alleged stolen vehicle. Three police officers were injured when they attempted to stop a suspected stolen vehicle on the A22 Godstone Bypass at around 12.30am on…

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Road closed by crash in front of Chertsey Old Town Hall could be ‘partially reopened’

June 18, 2018

There are hopes that a road in Chertsey which was closed after a car crash will be reopened on Monday (June 18). The junction of London Street and Heriot Road has been closed since Thursday (June 14) after a car crashed into the pillars at…

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Thursley Common fire: Estimated three hectares of land damaged by blaze that lasted hours

June 18, 2018

The fire that broke out on Thursley Common on Sunday (June 17) damaging three and a half hectares of land. Firefighters were called at 4.05pm with crews from Godalming ,…

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Former Godalming mayor Simon Thornton jailed for nine years for child sex offences

June 18, 2018

A former mayor and councillor has been jailed after pleading guilty to a number of child sexual offences on Monday (June 18). Simon Thornton, 46, has been jailed for nine…

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Three day South Western Railway strike to spark Royal Ascot and commuter chaos

June 18, 2018

Train passengers face three days of rail disruption as South Western Railway (SWR) staff prepare for industrial action. The National Union of Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) has accused the…

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Watch as Farnborough Airshow performer flies through the air in ‘Iron Man’ jetpack

June 18, 2018

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing, Richard Browning, aka, the real life “Iron Man”. Richard pushes the boundaries of physics and aerospace engineering by using what is essentially a miniature Harrier aircraft…

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Redhill man arrested after crash in Worplesdon charged with conspiracy to commit 23 burglaries

June 18, 2018

A man from Redhill and another man of no fixed address have been charged with conspiracy to commit 23 residential burglaries. Officers gave chase to a Audi S3 car the…

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The worst of hay fever is ‘yet to come’ warn forecasters as pollen counts reach highest level in a decade

June 18, 2018

Tissues at the ready – pollen counts are about to reach record highs in the UK. The “worst is still yet to come” say forecasters who have warned hay fever…

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Motorcyclist breaks collar bone after being ‘deliberately’ driven into by a car in Shepperton

June 18, 2018

A motorcyclist was left with a broken bone after being “deliberately driven into by an Audi driver”. The incident happened on Sunday morning (June 10) in Shepperton , confirmed Surrey…

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Surrey forecast for warm and sunny weather this week with highs of 25 °C

June 18, 2018

After a rather grey and windy weekend, the weather forecast for this week is looking much brighter. Plenty of sunshine is expected in Surrey on Monday June 18 with highs…

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Jury decides former teacher Mark Cory did carry out 12 historic sexual assaults

June 18, 2018

A former teacher from Banstead has been found to have carried out sexual acts on seven pupils during a 13-year period. A jury ruled against Mark Cory on three counts…

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Watch ‘fearless’ firefighters tackle huge flames in Hersham garden fire

June 18, 2018

Footage has emerged showing “fearless” firefighters tackling huge flames in a Hersham back garden. The video appears to show a tree burning at the end of the garden and one…

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Newlands Corner parking charges start date confirmed as rural campaigners petition for tougher laws

June 18, 2018

Surrey County Council has confirmed the date for the introduction of parking charges at Newlands Corner. The controversial fees will start on July 9, when visitors will have to pay…

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Plans for new five-mile cycle route between Guildford and Godalming

June 18, 2018

A project supported by councillors will allow cyclists in future to travel from Guildford to Godalming, and back, without having to use busy roads. The five-mile cycle route along the…

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Camberley residents put pen to paper to express frustration over traffic calming measures

June 18, 2018

Jenny Garner and the drawing she and residents produced at Surrey Heath and Surrey County Council Local Committee Residents who have been campaigning for better traffic calming measures outside their…

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Bag of rocks emptied at council meeting to make point about road repairs in Elmbridge

June 18, 2018

A councillor delivered parts of a road to a meeting to make a point about how much repairs are needed. Cllr Mike Bennison emptied out a bag full of stones…

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Camberley roundabout gets its own website ahead of year-long roadworks

June 18, 2018

A roundabout has been given its own email address and website. Surrey County Council has set up the contact details regarding the major development work at the Meadows Gyratory scheme…

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Spelthorne council leader calls for more powers to deal with unauthorised traveller camps

June 18, 2018
Spelthorne council leader calls for more powers to deal with unauthorised traveller camps

Councils need more powers to remove travellers and unauthorised camps from sites as the current process is too much like a ‘game’ – according to a senior political figure. It…

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Villagers push for last ditch attempt to save Ripley Primary School

June 18, 2018

Villagers trying to save their primary school from closing say they feel Surrey County Council has “under-valued” their opinions. Parents and residents of Ripley are pushing for a last ditch…

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Villagers push for last ditch attempt to save Ripley Primary School

June 18, 2018

Villagers trying to save their primary school from closing say they feel Surrey County Council has “under-valued” their opinions. Parents and residents of Ripley are pushing for a last ditch…

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Woman treated for smoke inhalation after fire breaks out in Farnborough Hardware shop

June 17, 2018

A woman was treated for smoke inhalation after a fire broke out at a hardware shop in Farnborough town centre. Images from the scene show huge plumes of smoke coming…

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Pictures show car flipped over after crash in West Molesey street

June 17, 2018

A West Molesey mum was left “in shock” after her car was driven into by a vehicle which flipped over outside her house. Chloe Sweet, 23, had just arrived home…

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Parked car flipped over in West Molesey road was birthday present from nan

June 17, 2018

A West Molesey mum was left “in shock” after her car, which she had received as a birthday present from her grandma just a week earlier, was flipped over outside…

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Couple who ran Stanwell ‘sex dungeon’ fined more than £6,000 for breaching enforcement notices

June 17, 2018

A couple who ran a ‘sex dungeon’ without receiving planning permission have been fined in court for a second time. Graham Tattersall, 65, and Ann Trewren,54, ran the Kestrel Spa…

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Man who stole WW1 medal and child’s piggy bank from houses in Lingfield jailed

June 17, 2018

A man has been jailed after a series of burglaries in Tandridge earlier this year in which a WW1 medal and a child’s piggy bank were stolen on two separate…

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What firefighters are entitled to do if your car is blocking the road

June 17, 2018

Drivers who park inconsiderately could have their cars moved by firefighters or – in worst case scenarios – damaged by engines desperate to get to the scene of an emergency.…

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