This job with ‘Amazon for millionaires’ pays you £40,000 to book things for rich people

March 20, 2019
This job with ‘Amazon for millionaires’ pays you £40,000 to book things for rich people

An apprenticeship scheme with an online marketplace dubbed ‘Amazon for millionaires’ is looking to pay somebody £40,000 to book things for rich people. The job role would see the successful candidate working within the luxury hospitality industry in order to support wealthy clients. Tasks could include booking tables at swanky restaurants, securing tickets to sold…

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Alternative places to keep fit during Camberley Arena leisure centre renovation

March 20, 2019
Alternative places to keep fit during Camberley Arena leisure centre renovation

With the exciting news that Camberley Arena is to be replaced with a sparkling new £22million facility, came the less thrilling news that the existing venue will shut for the two years the work will take to complete. Surrey Heath Borough Council‘s plans for the new leisure centre in Camberley will be run by Places…

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Guildford shopping scene shows signs of recovery despite bleak national picture

March 20, 2019
Guildford shopping scene shows signs of recovery despite bleak national picture

The three Guildford restaurants that closed in the first months of 2018 have all managed to find new tenants despite continued trouble on the British high street. The former Loch Fyne restaurant in Chapel Street is yet to reopen but, 12 months after the chain pulled out of Guildford in March 2019, the premises have…

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Councillors hit out at ‘stupid’ parking on roads near Windsor Great Park

March 19, 2019
Councillors hit out at ‘stupid’ parking on roads near Windsor Great Park

Councillors have hit out at “stupid and dangerous” parking by visitors going to Windsor Great Park . They claim despite lots of efforts to expand car parks and enforce parking along roads around Savill Garden and Virginia Water there are still people parking illegally on residential streets nearby. Police say they are powerless to act…

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Air ambulance lands in Walton following crash between motorbike and car

March 19, 2019
Air ambulance lands in Walton following crash between motorbike and car

An air ambulance landed on Elm Grove Recreation Ground in Walton on Tuesday afternoon (March 19) following a crash between a car and a motorbike. The helicopter was seen on the recreation ground at around 5pm, following a crash in Hersham Road. Thankfully, no major injuries were sustained, according to police. A spokesman for Surrey…

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Man filmed nearly 50 ‘upskirting’ videos on London Underground with hidden camera

March 19, 2019
Man filmed nearly 50 ‘upskirting’ videos on London Underground with hidden camera

A man from Tadworth has been jailed for eight months after filming nearly 50 ‘upskirting’ videos on the London Underground and publishing them on a porn site. Sanjayan Nadarajah, 43, of Shelvers Way, used a camera phone hidden in his laptop bag to film up women’s skirts and then shared the content online, according to…

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Tories accused of ‘watering down’ motion to tackle climate change in Surrey

March 19, 2019
Tories accused of ‘watering down’ motion to tackle climate change in Surrey

Environment campaigners stormed out of a Surrey County Council (SCC) meeting after a motion to set a target to tackle climate change was “watered down” and voted through. The council had been asked to commit to its “duty” to limit the negative impacts of climate breakdown and to pledge to make Surrey carbon neutral by…

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Apparent attempts to steal cars in Aldershot and Frimley caught on CCTV

March 19, 2019

Surrey Police has advice on how to protect your personal vehicle, commercial vehicle and bicycle from theft or damage on its website. Following this advice, it claims, will help to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of vehicle crime. Protecting your personal vehicle – Always lock your vehicle and close the windows and sunroof…

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Teenager ‘punched repeatedly in the head’ as he tried to flee Camberley assault

March 19, 2019
Teenager ‘punched repeatedly in the head’ as he tried to flee Camberley assault

A 17-year-old was pinned to the wall and “punched repeatedly in the head” in an assault in Camberley on Saturday (March 16), according to Surrey Police. The teenage male victim had his bag stolen after he was confronted in the stairwell of Knoll Road Car Park at around 5.45pm. A spokesman for Surrey Police said:…

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Armed police in stand-off with ‘gunman’ in Croydon who threatened to kill people

March 19, 2019
Armed police in stand-off with ‘gunman’ in Croydon who threatened to kill people

Armed police responded to a man threatening to kill people in Croydon on Tuesday morning (March 19) while claiming to have a gun. The incident started at around 8.30am, according to Metropolitan Police and was still ongoing at 3pm. A spokesman said: “Police were called at 8.32am on Tuesday, March 19, by a man who…

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Godalming pub CCTV captures moment drunk England fan knocks out friend with single punch

March 19, 2019
Godalming pub CCTV captures moment drunk England fan knocks out friend with single punch

CCTV footage from a pub has captured the moment a drunk England fan knocked out his friend with a single punch . Robert Hurst, of Manor Farm Close in Guildford was sentenced at Guildford Crown Court on Wednesday (March 13) for the punch on July 7, 2018 in which his victim lost seven teeth. The…

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Reigate Nando’s announces opening date and has 40 jobs on offer

March 19, 2019

The restaurant is recruiting up to 40 new staff to run the branch in the High Street Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2TVEfFv Famous Words of Inspiration...

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Driver ‘threatening man with gun’ on M25 shuts motorway as armed police make arrest

March 19, 2019
Driver ‘threatening man with gun’ on M25 shuts motorway as armed police make arrest

Armed police shut the M25 clockwise to arrest a driver who had allegedly being seen brandishing a “firearm” at a motorist. The man was also said to be driving a car “with blue lights” and trying to stop the motorist. Hertfordshire Constabulary confirmed that it was called to reports that a man had threatened a…

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Reigate Nando’s announces opening date and has 40 jobs on offer

March 19, 2019
Reigate Nando’s announces opening date and has 40 jobs on offer

Nando’s has finally announced its opening date for the Reigate branch, ending five months of stomach-rumbling waiting for fans of the chicken chain. The long-anticipated restaurant has been undergoing extensive refurbishment since it was formally announced in September . Nando’s is moving into the former Prezzo building in the High Street. The brand new restaurant…

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Eastney, Southsea and Gosport’s best events for Wednesday and Thursday

March 19, 2019
Eastney, Southsea and Gosport’s best events for Wednesday and Thursday

Here are six of the best events taking place across the region on Wednesday and Thursday.  MUSIC: The Best of Wham will perform a tribute to the famous band, featuring favourite hits such as Club Tropicana, I’m Your Man and Wham Rap. Kings Theatre, Southsea, Thursday, 7.30pm.  MEETING: This Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust meeting will present an update…

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Deaf Havana, The Pyramids, Southsea, review: ‘The appreciative crowd sang along to every song’

March 19, 2019
Deaf Havana, The Pyramids, Southsea, review: ‘The appreciative crowd sang along to every song’

Fans of Deaf Havana braved the wet and windy conditions in Southsea to see them showcase their latest album Rituals.  Since releasing Rituals in 2018, Deaf Havana have been touring their third consecutive top 10 album around the UK. It’s their second since parting ways with a major label.  And the English Rock band took to the stage at the…

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Police car ‘responding to emergency’ involved in crash that closed Esher road for two hours

March 19, 2019
Police car ‘responding to emergency’ involved in crash that closed Esher road for two hours

A police car “responding to an emergency call” was involved in a crash that closed Portsmouth Road in Esher for around two hours on Sunday (March 17). The incident happened at around 2.05pm and also involved a car driven by a member of the public. Both people involved sustained “minor injuries”, according to Surrey Police…

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Fight is on to save The White Lion

March 19, 2019
Fight is on to save The White Lion

Outrage is growing about the potential loss of Redhill ‘s oldest pub. The White Lion, in Linkfield Street, served its last pint in September. Greene King sold it to a developer for £525,000, which last month submitted planning applications to turn the building into three flats, and build two houses on the current car park.…

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Far-right extremism having ‘devastating impact on democracy’, says head of government’s anti-extremism commission

March 19, 2019
Far-right extremism having ‘devastating impact on democracy’, says head of government’s anti-extremism commission

Far-right extremism is having a devastating impact on communities and our democracy, according to the head of the government’s anti-extremism commission. Sara Khan made the comments following the shootings at two mosques in New Zealand where 50 people were killed, and another 50 were injured. Just 24 hours later, Surrey was left reeling when a…

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‘Lessons have been learnt’ since Surrey floods in 2014

March 19, 2019
‘Lessons have been learnt’ since Surrey floods in 2014

Emergency response teams say they have better ways of dealing with flooding disasters in Surrey including quicker evacuation drills and a list of vulnerable residents who may need extra help. Councillors were assured lessons had been learnt from the devastating floods of 2014 and that action has been taken since then to formalise emergency services…

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Nurse who handled 999 calls struck off after sending ambulance to wrong address

March 19, 2019
Nurse who handled 999 calls struck off after sending ambulance to wrong address

A 999 call handler in Surrey who caused delays to ambulance services and sent colleagues to the wrong address has been struck off. In April 2015, Peter Christopher Hammond, an experienced nurse who worked for South East Coast Ambulance NHS Foundation Trust, sent an ambulance vehicle to the wrong address and recorded the patient had…

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Seventh man charged with GBH and weapon offences after Blindley Heath ‘biker’ attack

March 19, 2019
Seventh man charged with GBH and weapon offences after Blindley Heath ‘biker’ attack

A seventh man has been charged with multiple offences in relation to an attack on a group of men, believed to be bikers. Surrey Police was called to the Forman Institute in Blindley Heath just after 7.30pm on November 7, 2018 to a report that a number of men had attacked a group of people.…

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McDonald’s is refused permission to build its new Earlswood drive-thru over common land

March 19, 2019
McDonald’s is refused permission to build its new Earlswood drive-thru over common land

McDonald’s plans for a new drive-thru in Earlswood have been dealt a blow after the burger giant was denied permission to gobble up a small piece of common land in order to build it. The Planning Inspectorate has decided that it should not be allowed to tarmac over a section of Petridge Wood Common roughly…

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McDonald’s is refused permission to build it’s new Earlswood drive-thru over common land

March 19, 2019
McDonald’s is refused permission to build it’s new Earlswood drive-thru over common land

McDonald’s plans for a new drive-thru in Earlswood have been dealt a blow after the burger giant was denied permission to gobble up a small piece of common land in order to build it. The Planning Inspectorate has decided that it should not be allowed to tarmac over a section of Petridge Wood Common roughly…

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Woking cabbies ‘angry’ at council’s decision to issue clearer guidance on dress code and personal hygiene

March 19, 2019
Woking cabbies ‘angry’ at council’s decision to issue clearer guidance on dress code and personal hygiene

Taxi drivers in Woking have expressed anger at the council’s decision to issue a clearer set of standards in relation to personal hygiene and “acceptable standards of dress”.  Woking Borough Council‘s (WBC) licensing committee discussed and approved new guidance relating to hygiene and dress code at a meeting on Tuesday (March 12). This decision was…

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Busted confirmed as final Hampton Court Palace Festival 2019 headliner – find out how to get tickets

March 19, 2019

Charlie Simpson, Matt Willis and James Bourne will perform at this summer's festival Read the full article here: https://ift.tt/2FezPjS Famous Words of Inspiration...

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