Monthly Archives: February 2019

Man still hospitalised with ‘serious multiple injuries’ after falling from bridge onto M3 in Chertsey

February 18, 2019
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Man still hospitalised with ‘serious multiple injuries’ after falling from bridge onto M3 in Chertsey

A man in his 50s remains “seriously injured” in hospital after falling from a bridge onto the M3 in Chertsey . Surrey Police was called to reports of a man on the wrong side of a bridge at around 7.20pm on Saturday (February 16). He was then reported to have “fallen from the bridge and…

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Football fan ‘seriously injured’ in assault outside Horley train station after Crystal Palace match

February 18, 2019
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Football fan ‘seriously injured’ in assault outside Horley train station after Crystal Palace match

A football fan has suffered “serious injuries” after being attacked outside Horley train station whilst on his way home from a match. The incident took place following Crystal Palace’s draw with West Ham United, at around 7.15pm on February 9. Surrey Police has said that the victim, aged 20, suffered a broken jaw and pelvis…

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The PINK café in Cobham that allows you to customise your own afternoon tea

February 18, 2019
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The chairs are pink, the walls are pink, the flowers are pink oh and yes the napkins are pink Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2NaPap2 Famous Words of Inspiration...

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The PINK café in Cobham that allows you to customise your own afternoon tea

February 18, 2019
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The PINK café in Cobham that allows you to customise your own afternoon tea

If you love all things pink, make sure you pay The Tea Terrace Cobham a visit, even if it is just to take a photo and grab a slice of cake. The pretty café opened in Cobham in December 2018 and it is already becoming a hot spot for Instagram fans. As soon as you…

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The Skids, The Brook, Southampton, review: ‘A breathless show of pure energy’ 

February 18, 2019
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The Skids, The Brook, Southampton, review: ‘A breathless show of pure energy’ 

It takes something special for me to travel up the road to see a band these days and legendary punk band The Skids were something very special indeed. Last year, they played a storming set at the Isle of Wight Festival quickly followed by a sold-out show at The Wedgewood Rooms. Therefore it’s no surprise The Brook, Southampton,…

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The Skids, The Brook, Southampton, review: ‘A breathless show of pure energy’ 

February 18, 2019
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The Skids, The Brook, Southampton, review: ‘A breathless show of pure energy’ 

It takes something special for me to travel up the road to see a band these days and legendary punk band The Skids were something very special indeed. Last year, they played a storming set at the Isle of Wight Festival quickly followed by a sold-out show at The Wedgewood Rooms. Therefore it’s no surprise The Brook, Southampton,…

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Company behind Reigate pubs Blue Anchor and Red Cross Inn liquidated as it owed £400k

February 18, 2019
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Company behind Reigate pubs Blue Anchor and Red Cross Inn liquidated as it owed £400k

The company which ran Reigate pubs The Blue Anchor and The Red Cross Inn has been wound up, owing more than £400,000 to staff and creditors. Both of the West Street pubs, which were operated by Akita Investments, closed down suddenly on January 11 . The company has gone into liquidation and suppliers, the council,…

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Company behind Reigate pubs Blue Anchor and Red Cross Inn liquidated as it owed £400k

February 18, 2019
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Company behind Reigate pubs Blue Anchor and Red Cross Inn liquidated as it owed £400k

The company which ran Reigate pubs The Blue Anchor and The Red Cross Inn has been wound up, owing more than £400,000 to staff and creditors. Both of the West Street pubs, which were operated by Akita Investments, closed down suddenly on January 11 . The company has gone into liquidation and suppliers, the council,…

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Body of man found beside tracks at Reigate station

February 18, 2019
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Body of man found beside tracks at Reigate station

The body of a man has been found next to the tracks at Reigate station. Officers from British Transport Police (BTP) and medical emergency teams were called to Reigate station at 2.42am on Monday (February 18) after a report of a body “lying beside the tracks”. At around 3.05am, the body of a man was…

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Body of man found beside tracks at Reigate station

February 18, 2019
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Body of man found beside tracks at Reigate station

The body of a man has been found next to the tracks at Reigate station. Officers from British Transport Police (BTP) and medical emergency teams were called to Reigate station at 2.42am on Monday (February 18) after a report of a body “lying beside the tracks”. At around 3.05am, the body of a man was…

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House of Burlesque, Kings Theatre, Southsea, review: ‘It’s colourful, it’s funny, it’s beautiful and it’s brilliant’   

February 18, 2019
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House of Burlesque, Kings Theatre, Southsea, review: ‘It’s colourful, it’s funny, it’s beautiful and it’s brilliant’   

It’s been more than two years since I last saw the House of Burlesque and I’d forgotten just how entertaining it was.  Put together and effortlessly compèred by the wonderful Joe Black, this show is now in its 10th year and several enthusiastic punters dressed in burlesque attire really celebrate the occasion. Black introduced a plethora of…

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Waverley’s most and least dangerous areas according to 2018 crime stats

February 18, 2019
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Waverley’s most and least dangerous areas according to 2018 crime stats

More than 7,500 crimes were reported to police in the borough of Waverley in 2018. The 7,510 crimes equate to more than 20 crimes being committed in the borough ever single day. Stats for the whole calendar year have been released on the police.uk website giving a picture of the most and least dangerous areas…

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Planned M25, A3, M4 and A30 closures for the week ahead

February 18, 2019
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Planned M25, A3, M4 and A30 closures for the week ahead

Highways England has announced its planed roadwork schedule for the week commencing Monday (February 18). The work will require several major nighttime road closures and sees the beginning of maintenance at key junctions. The overnight closures will likely add traffic to the surrounding A roads as diversions are put in place. Highways England says that…

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Missed GP appointments in Surrey costing NHS more than £500,000 a month

February 18, 2019
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Missed GP appointments in Surrey costing NHS more than £500,000 a month

Patients missing GP appointments in Surrey are costing the NHS more than £500,000 each month. New data from NHS Digital shows that as many as one in 20 people who have booked in to their local surgery do not show up. East Surrey had the highest percentage in the county, with 5% of appointments with…

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Passenger dies after tree falls on car in Egham

February 17, 2019
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A passenger has died after a tree fell on the car he was travelling in on Sunday (February 17). Surrey Police said the man died after the tree fell on a silver Lexus at around 4.05pm on the A308 Windsor Way in Egham, near the Runnymede roundabout. A police statement at 7pm on Sunday evening…

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Toyota smashes into Old House as Wreckin’ Ball finishes set in nearby pub

February 17, 2019
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Toyota smashes into Old House as Wreckin’ Ball finishes set in nearby pub

A silver Toyota sports car crashed into the corner wall of The Old House pub in Dorking on Saturday night (February 16). Witness Stuart Scarry, 54, was taking photos of Wreckin’ Ball, a Bruce Springsteen tribute band who had just finished their set in nearby pub The Star, when the crash happened at around 10pm.…

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Surrey weather forecast: ‘Bright and mild’ end to half term week, says Met Office

February 17, 2019
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Surrey weather forecast: ‘Bright and mild’ end to half term week, says Met Office

A gloomy start to half term week will lead to a “bright and mild” end, the Met Office predicts. In its five day forecast for the south east, the Met Office says: “Cloudy on Sunday evening with a few isolated showers moving away eastwards. Dry after the showers clear with broken cloud and some mist…

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Marks and Spencer reveals delicious Easter hot cross bun range

February 17, 2019
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The line-up includes two new additions – "mini chocolate" and "golden" hot cross buns Read the full article here: http://bit.ly/2S8cBAc Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Marks and Spencer reveals delicious Easter hot cross bun range

February 17, 2019
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Marks and Spencer reveals delicious Easter hot cross bun range

Marks and Spencer’s delectable collection of hot cross buns will return to supermarket shelves this Easter with two exciting additions. Mini chocolate hot cross buns and golden hot cross buns will be added to the range to give customers a new twist on the firm British favourite. The chocolate buns contain 22% Belgian chocolate chips…

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Shopkeeper ’emotional’ as rebuild starts after devastating fire at Bagshot store

February 17, 2019
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Shopkeeper ’emotional’ as rebuild starts after devastating fire at Bagshot store

A shopkeeper at a small family-run convenience store in Bagshot has spoken of his devastation following a huge fire at the shop. Mader Kappur, whose wife Deep owns the MD convenience store in London Road, said smoke started filling up the shop at around 8.55am on Saturday (February 16). He said: “We opened on Saturday…

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