Monthly Archives: September 2018

Glastonbury Festival 2019 ticket dates and IMPORTANT registration changes

September 20, 2018
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If your registration photo for Glastonbury Festival is two years out of date, you need to change it immediately Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2NWW6ZO Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Glastonbury Festival 2019 ticket dates and IMPORTANT registration changes

September 20, 2018
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Glastonbury Festival returns next June and trying to get hold of tickets will be as difficult as ever. The world famous event took a fallow year in 2018 (year off) so the grounds could recover after five consecutive years of the Pilton festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset. Thankfully, Glastonbury will be back in 2019…

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Man airlifted to hospital in ‘serious condition’ after fixing broken lift shaft in Staines

September 20, 2018
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A man was airlifted to hospital in a “serious condition” from London Road, Staines on Thursday (September 20). Police responded to concerns of the safety of a man who was fixing a broken lift shaft at around 3pm. A cordon was put in place to allow emergency services to treat the victim and airlift him…

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New Domino’s store opening in Guildford means free pizza and jobs are up for grabs

September 20, 2018
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The store will be delivering freshly handmade pizza and employment opportunities to the local community Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2PQQyxb Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Farnham Beefeater restaurant delivers ‘additional training for the kitchen team’ after ‘raw’ chicken burger served

September 20, 2018
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A Farnham customer has vowed to never return to a Beefeater again after being served a “raw” chicken burger. Ben Gaut, 26, from Alton, visited the restaurant in Guildford Road at around 3pm on Friday (September 14) with two work colleagues. He says the chicken burger he was served should never have left the kitchen.…

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New Domino’s store opening in Guildford means free pizza and jobs are up for grabs

September 20, 2018
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The nation’s favourite pizza, Domino’s, will open a third store in Guildford next month. Located on Woodbridge Hill, Stoughton, the store will be delivering a tasty menu of freshly handmade pizza and employment opportunities to the local community. In addition to delivering more yummy pizza to the people of Guildford, Domino’s will be serving up…

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‘Clearly not fit to hold a licence’: Police slam Twitter user over threat to run cyclist over

September 20, 2018
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Surrey Police has warned social media users to be wary of what they post as you “never know” who is watching. Responding to a now deleted tweet, Surrey Road Cops quote “Jasmine”, who posted: “Should have run that cyclist over with how everything is going.” In response, Surrey Road Cops said: “You want to think…

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Heinz ‘Mayochup’ could come to the UK, and it’s exactly what you think it is

September 20, 2018
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The perfect sauce to go with your chips, perhaps? Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2prqZaJ Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Heinz ‘Mayochup’ could come to the UK, and it’s exactly what you think it is

September 20, 2018
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Are you one of the few (or many) people who love to mix tomato ketchup and mayonnaise together? Well, in future, you may not have to worry about the hard task of mixing the sauces as Heinz could be selling the mixture in one squeezy bottle. The hybrid sauce was originally released in the Middle…

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Pupils involved in car crash outside Hoe Valley school now back home with families

September 20, 2018
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Two girls involved in a car crash outside a Woking school are now back home with their families. The collision outside Hoe Valley School closed Egley Road in both directions at around 4.05pm and left two year 10 students in hospital on Wednesday afternoon (September 19). According to the South East Coast Ambulance service, one…

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Surrey weather: Yellow warning as Storm Bronagh and winds of up to 65MPH set to strike county

September 20, 2018
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Surrey is set to be blighted with strong winds and rain as Storm Bronagh is on its way with winds of up to 65mph. Just as Storm Ali pulled away from northern Scotland, strong winds are expected later today – 6pm on Thursday (September 20) – and could continue until 9am on Friday. A yellow…

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What to do if you can’t log in to your Barclays online banking account

September 20, 2018
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If online banking is your life, it can be a nightmare when you can’t log into your account. Normally, you would be able to transfer cash, check your balance, transfer money to your savings or pay someone straight from your phone or computer. But when it does not work, you could miss payments or accidentally…

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Croydon cat killer investigation ends as police blame foxes for mutilations

September 20, 2018
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Metropolitan Police is closing a three year investigation into the Croydon cat killer, saying the most likely culprits for mutilations are foxes. An individual was previously thought to be responsible for the killing and mutilation of around 300 animals, with bodies being found across a wide area of southern England , including Surrey. However, following…

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Spelthorne Borough Council axe plans to build new leisure centre in Staines Park

September 20, 2018
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Spelthorne Borough Council has axed plans to build a new leisure centre in Staines Park after it attracted strong opposition. In an announcement made on Thursday (September 20), the council ruled out building the new centre in the park as well as at Staines Bowling Club. It marks a complete U-turn from the council, which…

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A fifth of Surrey children without vaccines for serious disease such as measles and mumps

September 20, 2018
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Nearly one in five children in Surrey are not getting all their vaccinations, meaning that they are at risk of catching potentially serious, or even fatal, diseases. Figures from the NHS revealed that in the last year, just 81.7% of five-year-olds in the county received all recommended vaccinations. These include primary vaccinations and boosters for…

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Wisley M25/A3 junction upgrade ‘will make traffic worse’, says academic

September 20, 2018
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Plans to expand the M25/A3 interchange at Wisley will make Guildford’s traffic worse and won’t ease congestion at the junction, an academic has said. Dr Steve Melia, senior lecturer in transport and planning at the University of the West of England, has told SurreyLive that the expanded junction would fill up “in a relatively short…

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Iceland is selling ready made scrambled eggs. What?!

September 20, 2018
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Apparently, office workers and students don’t have the equipment or skills to prepare the dish themselves Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2NZjkym Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Iceland is selling ready made scrambled eggs. What?!

September 20, 2018
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We all love a useful cooking tip from time to time, may it be to save money on buying expensive kitchen equipment or to keep foods fresh for longer, but this we are not too sure about… Frozen food supermarket Iceland is selling ready made scrambled eggs . Why? May be the question that springs…

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14-storey tower block on Guildford Casino nightclub site will be ‘impressive architectural addition’, says owner

September 20, 2018
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The 14-storey development proposed for Guildford town centre offers “endless positives”, according to the nightclub owner behind the plan. Michel Harper, owner of the Casino nightclub in Onslow Street, said replacing his establishment with the ambitious scheme would provide valuable student accommodation, improve pedestrian safety and open up the Bedford Wharf area for regeneration. The…

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Dorking Wanderers FC admits to overcharging some students for opening home games of the season

September 20, 2018
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Football club Dorking Wanderers have admitted to overcharging students at their first five home games of the season. The non-league Isthmian Premier side advertised students/concession prices for £7 on their Twitter account, although disgruntled fans said they were being charged for a full-priced £10 ticket when they arrived at the gates. The club admitted to…

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