Monthly Archives: December 2018

Christmas ice skating at Natural History Museum open until mid January 2019

December 12, 2018
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Everything you need to know about visiting the Natural History Museum Ice Rink including prices and opening times Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2rwW4uZ Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Christmas ice skating at Natural History Museum open until mid January 2019

December 12, 2018
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Christmas ice skating at Natural History Museum open until mid January 2019

Christmas has arrived at the Natural History Museum in South Kensington with festive ice skating fun for everyone. Set against the stunning backdrop of one of London’s best-loved landmarks, skaters can take to the ice at the magical rink throughout the winter period. The Natural History Museum Ice Rink will stay open longer than ever…

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Son jailed for harassing mother when she refused to cook him dinner

December 12, 2018
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A man who harassed his own mother when she refused to cook him dinner and told her to kill herself has been jailed. Daniel Medlock made his mum Jayne MacNamara “feel like a prisoner” in her own home and would demand money and food from her. The 23-year-old mocked her bipolar disorder condition, became intimidating…

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How to make a Christmas hamper on a budget

December 12, 2018
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Here are 11 delicious items to include in your Christmas hamper Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2RZOjJH Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Egham father ‘lucky to be alive’ after massive tree crushes passing car

December 12, 2018
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A father has said he is lucky to be alive after a massive tree collapsed onto his car in Virginia Water. John Cudmore was driving along Christchurch Road on Sunday (December 9) to see a physiotherapist following a separate accident when the incident took place. At around 8.10am, he heard a loud crack before part…

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How to make a Christmas hamper on a budget

December 12, 2018
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A Christmas hamper makes a lovely gift for a friend or loved one. Loaded with sweet and savoury winter goodies, it’s a wonderful treat at this festive time of year. But if you have ever tried putting one together yourself, you would have realised that it can be quite costly. Once you’ve bought the hamper…

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Female pedestrian dies following collision with motorcycle in Aldershot

December 12, 2018
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A female pedestrian has died following a collision with a motorcycle in Aldershot. Hampshire Constabulary is appealing for information from witnesses who saw the accident, which took place in Queens Avenue. The collision happened just after 8am on Tuesday (December 11) outside St Andrew’s Garrison Church. A 48-year-old woman from Farnborough was taken to St…

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Gin containing real turf from Lingfield Park Racecourse goes on sale

December 12, 2018
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Yes, you read it correctly, there's a gin containing turf! Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2LaDLEG Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Gin containing real turf from Lingfield Park Racecourse goes on sale

December 12, 2018
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Gin containing real turf from Lingfield Park Racecourse goes on sale

Visitors at Lingfield Park can literally drink the atmosphere of the races while winning owners can taste their success – all thanks to a new tipple called Lovely Lingfield Gin. Carefully crafted by artisan distillers at The Gin Kitchen in Dorking, Lovely Lingfield Gin combines botanicals from the estate including Bramley apples, lavender, rosehip, lemon…

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Land Rover ‘driven into rear wall’ of Chiddingfold garage to steal ATM machine at 3am

December 12, 2018
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A Land Rover was “driven into the rear” of a BP shop in an early morning ram raid in Chiddingfold on Friday (December 7). Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after an ATM was stolen, causing a “considerable amount of damage.” A cash machine was caught on CCTV being dragged away across the Petworth Road…

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Man charged with assaulting police officers during arrest over ‘pub assault’ in Leatherhead

December 12, 2018
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A man has been charged for a number of offences, including assaults on police officers and an assault at a pub in Leatherhead. Surrey Police has said that Craig Button, 33, of South Street in Epsom, was charged in connection with an assault at the Penny Black pub on Friday (December 7). He has also…

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All the Superdry stores in Surrey as company considers closures amid poor performance

December 12, 2018
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There are currently numerous Superdry stores in Surrey and nearby areas Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2UE6E0k Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Man charged over attempted abduction of three different children on the same day in Egham

December 12, 2018
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A man has been charged over attempting to abduct three children at a Christmas fair in Egham on Saturday (December 8). It was originally believed that only one child was involved after a man tried to “grab” a girl after attempting to give her toys and sweets. Two further incidents of attempted abduction were identified…

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All the Superdry stores in Surrey as company considers closures amid poor performance

December 12, 2018
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Superdry is considering store closures after the company’s shares plunged amid poor performance figures . In the 26 weeks to October 27 this year, underlying profit before tax fell 49% to £12.9 million The company now expects profits in the current financial year to be somewhere between £55 million and £70 million. Analysts had previously…

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Console Corner: Let’s Sing 2019 review

December 12, 2018
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Console Corner: Let’s Sing 2019 review

Let’s Sing 2019 has the X Factor. Let’s Sing 2019 is out just in time for your Christmas and New Year parties and it’s a right good craic. I’m singing it from the rooftops, Let’s Sing 2019 has the X Factor There’s nothing quite like karaoke to set a party off and embarrass yourself. “Embarrass…

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Superdry considering store closures as shares plunge due to poor performance

December 12, 2018
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Shares in Superdry have plunged after the clothing brand warned that its annual performance will be weaker than previously expected. Underlying profit before tax fell 49% to £12.9 million in the 26 weeks to October 27. The company now expects profits in the current financial year to be somewhere between £55 million and £70 million.…

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Cutting county councillors’ allowances ‘not fair’, independent panel says

December 12, 2018
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A £10,000 allowance for deputy cabinet members is “appropriate” and cutting councillors’ allowances “would not be fair”, Surrey County Council’s independent remunerations panel has said. In a report presented to councillors on Tuesday (December 11), the panel recommended keeping allowances for the positions at the £10,000 set when they were created in May 2018. Including…

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Console Corner: PlayStation Classic review

December 12, 2018
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Console Corner: PlayStation Classic review

No Classic but an important time capsule. Sony became the latest video console company to jump on the retro/nostalgia bandwagon this month with the release of the PlayStation Classic. The PS Classic is around three times smaller than the original Following in the footsteps of Nintendo, Sega and Atari, the PS Classic is a dedicated…

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‘Deadly junction’ crash just days after Highways England refuse to make safety improvements

December 12, 2018
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A crash near Guildford’s “deadly junction” has fuelled anger among its maligned residents. The two-car collision took place at around 6pm on Friday (December 7) and caused “chaos” while one lane of the busy stretch of road was closed for more than an hour while the cars were removed. Surrey’s road policing unit attended the…

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Billionaire Sheikh of Dubai’s fence shows ‘contempt’ for planning rules at Longcross estate, neighbour claims

December 12, 2018
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The Sheikh of Dubai has shown “a cynical disregard” for planning rules by erecting a fence at his £75 million Longcross estate – without asking for permission. One of the Sheikh’s neighbours, who asked not to be named, claimed the billionaire ruler’s 2m-high, “prison-style” fence was “inappropriate” for the area and blocked wildlife corridors between…

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