Monthly Archives: December 2017

Wintershall Nativity returns to Bramley as traditional Christmas story is told

December 14, 2017
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More than 50 cast members will put on the show at the Holly Barn theatre in Bramley Read the full article here: http://ift.tt/2C9hhyl Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Wintershall Nativity returns to Bramley as traditional Christmas story is told

December 14, 2017
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Looking to get into the festive spirit? Why not head to Bramley and enjoy one of the most popular Christmas performances in Surrey. The Wintershall Nativity Play will be performed by more than 50 cast members between 13-17 December at Holly Barn in the Wintershall Estate. For the first time this year there will be…

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Staines traffic lights could be reconfigured to release ‘stranglehold’ that congestion has on the town

December 14, 2017
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Traffic lights in Staines could be re-coordinated at a cost of £30,000 to “release the stranglehold” that congestion has on the town. Spelthorne’s Joint Committee met on December 6 to discuss ways to improve the road network following a request from the Staines Business Improvement District (BID). A report put together before the meeting said:…

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Staines traffic lights could be reconfigured to release ‘stranglehold’ that congestion has on the town

December 14, 2017
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Traffic lights in Staines could be re-coordinated at a cost of £30,000 to “release the stranglehold” that congestion has on the town. Spelthorne’s Joint Committee met on December 6 to discuss ways to improve the road network following a request from the Staines Business Improvement District (BID). A report put together before the meeting said:…

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Don’t Tell the Bride wants to give YOU £13,000 to plan your wedding

December 14, 2017
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The programme has already featured ceremonies underwater, in the air and at Thorpe Park, so you'll have to get creative Read the full article here: http://ift.tt/2C9hkKe Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Council approves houses on green space in Hurst Green despite outcry from residents

December 14, 2017
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A Hurst Green residents group says a new housing development “will forever symbolise” how the council “ignored its residents” after it approved to build homes on open green space despite strong opposition. A meeting of Tandridge District Council on Thursday, December 7 saw plans for 24 houses on a recreational area by Bolthurst Way approved,…

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Council approves houses on green space in Hurst Green despite outcry from residents

December 14, 2017
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A Hurst Green residents group says a new housing development “will forever symbolise” how the council “ignored its residents” after it approved to build homes on open green space despite strong opposition. A meeting of Tandridge District Council on Thursday, December 7 saw plans for 24 houses on a recreational area by Bolthurst Way approved,…

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Don’t Tell the Bride wants to give YOU £13,000 to plan your wedding

December 14, 2017
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The Christmas spirit can lead to people making romantic gestures – the most extreme of which is getting down on one knee and popping that big question. But it is also a time when bank accounts may be looking a little empty. Well we might have the perfect solution for you which involves you getting…

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Howard of Effingham student wows Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning with her ice skating

December 14, 2017
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A 17-year-old Effingham pupil wowed Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning when she was invited to ice skate on the show. Howard of Effingham student Kristen Spours opened This Morning on Ice on Tuesday (December 12), dancing across the ice to Annie Lenox’s ‘I put a spell on you’. Kristen, who lives and…

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Howard of Effingham student wows Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning with her ice skating

December 14, 2017
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A 17-year-old Effingham pupil wowed Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning when she was invited to ice skate on the show. Howard of Effingham student Kristen Spours opened This Morning on Ice on Tuesday (December 12), dancing across the ice to Annie Lenox’s ‘I put a spell on you’. Kristen, who lives and…

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‘When a community sticks together they can still have voice’: Application to demolish East Molesey police station withdrawn after hundreds of objections

December 14, 2017
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An application to demolish a former police station in East Molesey has been withdrawn after hundreds of objections were submitted by concerned residents. OSP Architecture, acting on behalf of Langham Homes, submitted a controversial planning application to demolish East Molesey police station and build a two-storey building comprising nine apartments. However, more than 280 objections…

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‘She just walked into the path’: ‘Intelligent and capable’ elderly woman, 93, died after being hit by bus in Camberley town centre, inquest hears

December 14, 2017
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Jeanne Wynne, 93, from Blackwater, died on June 10 this year after she was hit by a bus in Camberley, an inquest heard. On June 9 Mrs Wynne had been to Camberley to visit the bank when she stepped out in front of a bus at a toucan crossing without looking, Woking Coroner’s Court heard…

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Aldi’s Kevin the Carrot and Katie have had babies – and you can buy toy versions in store now

December 14, 2017
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They are predicted to sell out very quickly Read the full article here: http://ift.tt/2jUVq73 Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Driver who led police on 140mph chase starting in Godstone is jailed for eight months

December 14, 2017
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A man who led police on a hair-raising 20-minute car chase during which he reached speeds of 140mph has been jailed for eight months. Ashley Morrissey failed to stop for officers near Junction 6 of the M25 in the early hours of May 9 and was eventually brought to a stop on the M20 in…

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Aldi’s Kevin the Carrot and Katie have had babies

December 14, 2017
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Aldi’s Christmas advert characters Kevin and Katie have had children, and you can buy them in soft toy form from today. They come after the budget supermarket released limited edition plush toy versions of Kevin and Katie last month – which flew off shelves within a matter of days. The carrot couple recently took their…

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You can still book your office Christmas party at Prezzo

December 14, 2017
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It's all about pasta, pizza and plenty of Prosecco at Prezzo this Christmas Read the full article here: http://ift.tt/2B0sJwR Famous Words of Inspiration...

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This is what happened when a lorry got stuck in the middle of Guildford High Street

December 14, 2017
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This is what happened when a lorry got stuck in the middle of Guildford High Street

Dozens of Christmas shoppers were treated to a spectacle in Guildford town centre on Thursday afternoon (December 14). Crowds gathered to watch a driver try to manoeuvre their lorry out of a difficult situation when it became stuck across High Street. Police officers were on hand to offer the driver some advice – but it…

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You can still book your office Christmas party at Prezzo

December 14, 2017
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Restaurant chain Prezzo has launched its festive menu featuring classic Italian dishes with a Christmas twist. Featuring a cracker-shaped calzone filled with chicken, pancetta, stuffing, broccoli and potatoes, diners can also expect a bubbly treat as all set menus come with a glass of Prosecco. Ideal for office parties and family get-togethers, three courses with…

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‘There but for the grace of God went I’: Retiring Surrey Police officer pays moving tribute to Thames Valley colleague killed in motorbike crash

December 14, 2017
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A retiring Surrey Police officer paid tribute to another constable tragically killed in a motorcycle crash in Berkshire on Tuesday (December 5). PC Andy Holmes, 40, announced his retirement after 15 years on the force via Surrey Police’s Roads Policing Unit Twitter account on Friday (December 8). As well as thanking his colleagues, PC Holmes…

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Travellers in Surrey: Huge mound of waste left at unauthorised encampment in West Byfleet

December 14, 2017
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A group of travellers who moved onto a car park in West Byfleet for a day have moved on. The convoy arrived at the car park behind Emerald House in High Road late on Tuesday (December 12). At least four caravans along with other vehicles were pictured behind the vacant office building. Images from the…

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