Monthly Archives: September 2018

Fly-tippers fined more than £2,000 for offences in Spelthorne

September 30, 2018
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Fines totalling more than £2,000 have been handed out for three cases of fly-tipping in Spelthorne . Those caught were a resident of Stanwell , a woman who previously lived in Ashford and a car sales firm. Charmaine Williams, of Stanwell, pleaded guilty to fly-tipping on September 4 at Guildford Magistrates’ Court, after household waste…

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Marshmallow-tasting Realm of Unicorn gin available at Wetherspoons

September 30, 2018
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It even has added unicorn dust Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2DIXk6X Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Marshmallow-tasting Realm of Unicorn gin available at Wetherspoons

September 30, 2018
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A pink and sparkly gin that tastes like marshmallows is now available to try at your local Wetherspoons. The pub chain is selling Realm of the Unicorn gin liqueur, a 20% ABV tipple made by Manchester-based distiller Zymurgorium. Prices, with a mixer, start at £3.25, and bartenders recommend blending the gin with lemonade and topping…

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Surrey weather: El Niño set to bring above-average temperatures up to Christmas

September 30, 2018
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This year could be the warmest on record as El Niño is predicted to lead to above-average temperatures in the three months up to Christmas. In Surrey this week the weather is set fair, with occasional sun bursts getting the temperatures up to around 17°C in the day. Yet it is the forecast for the…

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These are the stories of the men recorded on Guildford’s new war memorial

September 30, 2018
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A new war memorial will be unveiled in Guildford honouring those connected to the town who died while serving in the armed forces since 1945. The memorial in the Castle Grounds, to be formally dedicated in a ceremony at 11am on Sunday (September 30), depicts a man in military fatigues carrying a plaque on which…

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Pedestrian hospitalised with ‘serious leg injuries’ after two-car Chobham crash

September 30, 2018
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A man has been taken to hospital with serious leg injuries after a collision between two cars and a pedestrian on Saturday afternoon (September 29). Emergency services were called to Bagshot Road, Chobham, at 12.40pm after a pedestrian was involved in a collision between a white Audi A3 and a black BMW mini. Police closed…

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37 great Sunday roasts to tuck into in Surrey

September 30, 2018
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You can't beat a traditional Sunday lunch with all the trimmings – especially Yorkshire puds Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2FsTmf3 Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Christmas ice skating rink returns to Hampton Court Palace – here’s how to book tickets

September 30, 2018
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The magical ice rink at Hampton Court Palace will be open from November 23 2018 to January 6 2019 Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2OkLS5I Famous Words of Inspiration...

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The incredible story of how a Farncombe man swam the Channel aged just 11

September 30, 2018
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Tom Gregory wrote his book on the 7.28am train from Farncombe to London Waterloo Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2NbzDUc Famous Words of Inspiration...

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The incredible story of how a Farncombe man swam the Channel aged just 11

September 30, 2018
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“It is 5am on the French coast, it is dark and I am stood on the beach in my swimming trunks wearing a bright orange swim cap. “A fishing trawler is bobbing up and down and I can see lights on the horizon and I think, that is Dover. “It is going to be at…

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Christmas ice skating rink returns to Hampton Court Palace

September 30, 2018
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From ice rinks to caroling and seasonal food to live performances, there’ll be something for everyone this Christmas at Hampton Court Palace. The palace in East Molesey will be filled with yuletide cheer, as it celebrates Christmas traditions from the past and present through the eyes of its Edwardian grace-and-favour residents. Once again visitors will…

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Redhill house for £350,000 has three double bedrooms so no-one gets the box room

September 30, 2018
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The youngest in the family is often the first to be relegated to the ‘box’ room when one bedroom doesn’t quite match up to the rest. But if you can find a house where all the bedrooms are doubles, domestic bliss will surely follow – or at least there’s one less thing to argue about.…

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If you live in Rushmoor you are more at risk from STIs than in Liverpool, Newcastle and Birmingham

September 30, 2018
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If you are a sexually active Rushmoor resident you are more at risk from STIs than if you live in Liverpool, Newcastle or Birmingham, data from an annual report has revealed. The data, released by Public Health England, counted the number of times a sexually transmitted infection was diagnosed for the first time in patients…

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£1,000 reward offered after custom motorbike stolen from outside Sainsbury’s in Burpham

September 29, 2018
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An appeal has been launched after thieves stole a custom motorbike outside a supermarket near Guildford . Ian Randles was shopping in the Sainsbury’s in Burpham , Guildford, on Thursday afternoon (September 27) when his motorbike was stolen. Now his son Aaron has launched an appeal to find the bike, which his father bought only…

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‘Telephone wires hanging down’ after car smashes into telegraph pole in Chertsey

September 29, 2018
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Telephone wires were left “hanging down” after a car smashed into a telegraph pole in Chertsey . A passer-by saw the aftermath of the crash in Fordwater Road, near the junction with Ford Road, which happened at around 11am on Saturday morning (September 29). The person said that “telephone wires were all hanging down” following…

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‘Highways England want their cones back’: Police scold resident’s attempt to reserve parking space

September 29, 2018
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Anyone who’s had to park their car on the street outside their house knows the pain of finding someone else has parked there first. However, police have taken a dim view of one crafty resident’s way to ensure they always have a place to park outside their home. One resident put traffic cones along Crockford…

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‘Highways England want their cones back’: Police scold resident’s attempt to reserve parking space

September 29, 2018
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Anyone who’s had to park their car on the street outside their house knows the pain of finding someone else has parked there first. However, police have taken a dim view of one crafty resident’s way to ensure they always have a place to park outside their home. One resident put traffic cones along Crockford…

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Arcade Hearts review: ‘The 10-song set comes to a close all too soon’

September 29, 2018
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A year ago Arcade Hearts supported Jerry Williams at The Wedge. This time out, Jerry returns the favour as support the Gosport four-piece. And it’s not down to any reversal of fortune – both acts have had an excellent 2018. But it does speak volumes about the camaraderie that exists between them. Jerry kicks off with Mother – the…

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Frank ‘cheesed off’ as owner abandons him during Thames Ditton police chase

September 29, 2018
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Frank the dog has been left “cheesed off” after being abandoned by his owner during a short police chase in Thames Ditton. Elmbridge police posted to social media on Saturday morning (September 29) detailing how the dog, who officers named Frank, came to be in their custody. A statement says: “Police were involved in a…

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27 wonderful walks in Surrey to tick off with the family

September 29, 2018
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Step into the Surrey countryside with these wonderful walks, perfect for all the family Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2vofbcU Famous Words of Inspiration...

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