Monthly Archives: November 2018

Three-day music and beer festival can go ahead every year in Reigate’s Priory Park

November 30, 2018
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A music and beer festival could land in Reigate’s Priory Park next summer, after the borough council gave it the green light. The three-day ticketed event was granted a perennial licence following a hearing at Reigate and Banstead Borough Council on Friday (November 30), at which it was revealed the first festival has been pencilled…

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16 ice skating rinks in and around Surrey

November 30, 2018
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A guide to indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks to enjoy this Christmas Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2TYiUIM Famous Words of Inspiration...

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16 ice skating rinks in and around Surrey

November 30, 2018
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For many of us ice skating outdoors is a must at Christmas time. There’s something magical about skating among sparkling fairy lights, a stunning backdrop (and if you’re lucky) snow! Over the festive period and into the New Year , outdoor ice skating rinks will pop up across Surrey and the surrounding areas offering families…

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Residents forced to evacuate homes after ‘grenade’ is found at Stanwell property

November 30, 2018
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Residents were forced to evacuate their homes after a “suspected grenade” was discovered at a Stanwell property. Police officers and a bomb disposal unit were called to an address in Viola Avenue early on Friday morning (November 30) following reports of a grenade being found. A 100m police cordon was put in place while residents…

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Artificial Christmas trees and decorations from Next, John Lewis, B&M, Argos, Primark, Wilko and more

November 30, 2018
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Transform your home into a magical winter wonderland Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2QxThQo Famous Words of Inspiration...

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When should I put up my Christmas tree and decorations?

November 30, 2018
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And, it isn't December 1 Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2DQASYa Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Artificial Christmas trees and decorations from Next, John Lewis, B&M, Argos, Primark, Wilko and more

November 30, 2018
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Plenty of people will be spending this weekend putting up their Christmas tree and decorating their homes. If you’re thinking about upgrading your tree or decorations, the high street has plenty of items on offer. For families on a budget, BM and Primark are selling packs of baubles from £1. Elsewhere, the likes of MS…

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When should I put up my Christmas tree and decorations?

November 30, 2018
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If you’ve already started your Christmas shopping your mind might have turned to putting up your tree. But figuring out the right time can be a bit tricky, and although most people tend to pick December 1 this isn’t the ‘correct’ date, according to tradition. So when is the right time to transform your home…

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Wanted Dorking man arrested on suspicion of robbery and attempted robbery after handing himself in

November 30, 2018
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Wanted Dorking man arrested on suspicion of robbery and attempted robbery after handing himself in

A wanted man from Dorking has been arrested after handing himself in to a police station on Thursday (November 29). Surrey Police has said at this time the man is in custody after being arrested on suspicion of robbery and attempted robbery offences. He is said to be helping officers with their enquiries. Police have…

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Turtle Bay adds vegan and tapas dishes to menu – take a peek inside Guildford restaurant

November 30, 2018
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Laura Nightingale tried out some of the new plates on the menu at Turtle Bay in Guildford Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2BITNCU Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Turtle Bay adds vegan and tapas dishes to menu

November 30, 2018
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Turtle Bay is a Caribbean restaurant at the top of North Street in Guildford. It has launched a new sociable dining menu to accentuate the laid back eating and drinking vibe of the tropics. Inspired by island life, the offering is all about grazing, socialising and escaping the grind to embrace Turtle Bay’s beach shack…

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Fire causes severe traffic delays in Aldershot and Farnham area as A331 is closed

November 30, 2018
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Roads in the Ash, Tongham, Aldershot and Farnham areas struggled with traffic as the A331 was closed in both directions due to a fire. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service said firefighters were called to a telegraph pole on fire at 1.48am on Friday (November 30). According to traffic news provider Inrix, an electricity pylon was…

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Unmistakable Voices, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, review: ‘in their element, fully rising to the challenge’

November 30, 2018
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Unmistakable Voices, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, review: ‘in their element, fully rising to the challenge’

Unmistakable voices was Thursday’s concert at Portsmouth Guildhall by the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kirill Karabits, featuring Signature Sounds of the 20th century. The opening work was Stravinsky’s Pulcinella Suite, an eight movement work for small orchestra written in neo-classical style which premiered in 1922, distilled from his one act 1920 ballet of the same…

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Department for Transport extend Oyster to Epsom but ticket prices won’t get cheaper

November 30, 2018
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The Department for Transport (DfT) has confirmed that Epsom railway station will benefit from an extension of Oyster, but will not be moved into Zone 6. Ticket prices are unlikely to become cheaper, but the extension of Oyster and pay-as-you-go contactless travel will make commuting to the capital “even easier”. Confirmation from the DfT on…

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This Chertsey pub has launched cows in quilts to rival pigs in blankets this Christmas

November 30, 2018
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It may be difficult to choose between the two Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2Ay1JF6 Famous Words of Inspiration...

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David Munro challenges every Surrey council to be ‘sure’ that it is not employing slaves

November 30, 2018
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David Munro challenges every Surrey council to be ‘sure’ that it is not employing slaves

Surrey’s police and crime commissioner says he is” sure” councils are employing slaves and has challenged leaders to find out. David Munro has called on leaders of all 11 borough and district councils and the county council in Surrey to delve deeper into the working practices of their contractors to see if any are engaging…

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‘Extremely vulnerable’ Reigate woman went missing after being treated by ambulance crew, police say

November 30, 2018
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An ‘extremely vulnerable’ woman from Reigate has gone missing after being treated by ambulance crew. Rosie Black, 26, was last seen after she was treated by ambulance crew at around 5pm on Thursday (November 29). She made contact with officers by phone around 7pm but has not been seen or heard from since. Rosie Black,…

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Portsmouth’s going-out guide, November 30-December 6

November 30, 2018
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Portsmouth’s going-out guide, November 30-December 6

The most comprehensive guide to what’s on and when across the Portsmouth area in the week ahead.  TODAY CLASSES EASTNEY: Community Centre, Bransbury Park. 9.30-10.30am. Pilates. Fully-qualified and registered instructor. 07716 730 230. DANCING EASTNEY: Eastney Community Centre, Bransbury Park, Bransbury Rd. 11.30am-12.30pm. FiftyFifty Creative Dance. For people aged 50+. 07708 720 711 /AbstractDPA.com. EVENTS BEAULIEU:…

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Campaign launched to shut down Woking cinema with "rodent problem" until "it is clean"

November 30, 2018
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Campaign launched to shut down Woking cinema with "rodent problem" until "it is clean"

A campaign has been launched to shut down a Woking cinema that has had a “rodent problem” for months. Concerned mum Lucy Craske says Ambassadors Cinema in Woking, based at Peacocks Centre, should remain closed until environmental officers have got rid of the furry creatures. She started a petition after she went to see festive…

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15-year-old Oxshott tech genius develops computer program to create stunning art

November 30, 2018
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At the age of 15, this hobbyist programmer has developed a package of computer programs to generate complex pieces of artwork. Flynn Whittaker, from Oxshott, is still preparing for his GCSE exams but has already figured out how to use neural networks, computer systems modelled on the human brain, to create art. In two months,…

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