11 hrs ago
Camberley Town FC plans for Krooner Park suffer narrow defeat
Locals opposed to plans to redevelop Camberley Town FC's Krooner Park home were pleased the council threw out the proposal Plans to regenerate Camberley Town Football Club have been kicked into the long grass by councillors following a tense meeting with all the passion and drama of a nail-biting cup final.
15 hrs ago
Thousands of pounds of Asian gold stolen in smash-and-grab raid
Officers looking to trace man seen near Camberley home around the time thousands of pounds worth of Asian gold jewellery was stolen A smash-and-grab raid on a house in Camberley has left its owner thousands of pounds out of pocket.
Mon Dec 16, 2013
Ahmadiyya volunteers help plant 1,300 trees on Fobney Island
Dolphin and Lion wards were filled with excitement when London Irish prop and Tongan international Halani Aulika and the rugby team's mascot, Digger, came for a chat Apart from the hot stews, braises, and delicious slow-roasted dishes, which are a favourite at this time of year, there are some great seasonal treats available to us in December More ... (more)
Fri Dec 13, 2013
A 300m pot 'to take Camberley to a whole new level'
A unified vision for Camberley town centre has been unveiled, including plans to modernise the Mall, revamp the A30 and create a cultural corner A grand unified vision for the future of Camberley town centre - amounting to more than A 300m investment - has this week been unveiled by Surrey Heath Borough Council.
Thu Dec 12, 2013
'Incompetent' burglar left behind tool bag with address on it
Azan Laslett, 44, of Branksome Park Road in Camberley, raided the dilapidated Paratech site in Alisons Road, Aldershot, in broad daylight A blundering burglar has been convicted after stripping a disused military compound in Aldershot for copper only to leave behind a tool bag bearing his own details.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Brave domestic violence victim warns others after boyfriend bit off her EAR during vicious attack
Eleanor Jarvis, 18, was pinned down in a park by Kirk Alldritt who knelt on her chest and launched a barrage of punches A teenage girl has relived the terrifying moment her boyfriend pinned her down in a park and launched an vicious attack which left her fearing for her life.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Man jailed for knife threats and pool cue attack
A violent thug has been jailed for more than three-and-a-half years for his part in an unprovoked attack on a man sleeping peacefully on his brother's couch.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Fleet News and Mail
Thriving uniform shop relocates to bigger store after six decades
High court ruling forces council to reconsider decision to allow Aldershot Model Club to fly model planes in an Old Basing field after a neighbour complained about the noise Christmas comes early as towns, villages, organisations and businesses across the county hold events in the run up to the festive holiday A Farnborough shop which supplies ... (more)
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Council rejects 'David and Goliath' Sainsbury's application
Retailer was seeking planning permission to knock down and rebuild its 20-year-old Watchmoor Park store in Camberley but faced opposition from councillors and traders During an extraordinary meeting of Surrey Heath Borough Council on Thursday , members voted by 27 to one in favour of overturning an officer's recommendation to approve the plans.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Tesco appeals against new Camberley store refusal
Despite its sorry state, more than 1,600 residents and traders objected to Tesco's plans for a new store in Frimley Road with 14 two-bed affordable flats Tesco has appealed against a decision by councillors to refuse planning permission for a new store it says would regenerate a 'dilapidated eyesore' in Camberley's Watchetts ward.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
It's nearly panto season - oh yes it is
The countdown to Christmas has begun and that can mean only one thing - it's nearly the start of the pantomime season Addlestone Community Theatre puts on a performance of Dick Whittington at Addlestone Community Centre on January 18, 19, 24 and 25. Tickets cost between A 8 and A 10 and are available by calling 07595 601869.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Luxury Detached House in England
Built in the 1990s, this five-bedroom detached home in southwest England has been recently renovated by its owner, who added features such as an orangery.-Javier Espinoza Owner Anouska Lancaster says the original part of this home was built in the early 1990s and it has been modernized over the past year.
Fleet News and Mail
Bus services to increase on Boxing Day to meet demand from shoppers
More bus services will run on December 26 to help sales shoppers get in and out of towns such as Aldershot and Farnborough Bus services are set to increase on Boxing Day after feedback showed a rise in demand from shoppers wanting to get to the sales.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Father-of-five acted in self-defence in bar brawl, court hears
Dale Todd from Owlsmoor is charged with racially aggravated assault occasioning ABH, while his brother Jamie is also charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and affray after an incident at the Jolly Farmer pub in Sandhurst Owlsmoor man Dale Todd and his brother Jamie are on trial at Reading Crown Court in relation to a brawl at the ... (more)
Fleet News and Mail
Sainsbury's turns away woman collecting donations for dog shelter
A shop owner raising awareness and funds has been told she cannot collect money outside Sainsbury's because the dog re-homing centre it is not a registered charity Farnborough FC's talented striker has been suspended for five weeks after traces of the drugs were found in his system Christmas comes early as towns, villages, organisations and ... (more)
Town centre debate over Sainsbury's expansion in Camberley
A larger Sainsbury's store at Watchmoor Park is backed by council planners, but a number of town centre businesses have raised objections Plans to tear down and completely rebuild a major supermarket in Camberley look set to be approved by the borough council.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Snowman flies into Christmas lights switch-on in Camberley
Children's film and book character attends the switch-on event as well as greeting children decorating their own festive baubles Fresh from walking in the air, the Snowman was ably assisted in switching on Camberley's Christmas lights on Saturday by the mayor of Surrey Heath, Councillor Beverley Harding.
'Heavy-handed' parking fines as A30 becomes permit-only
Motorists and shoppers hit out after a free parking zone became a permit-only area with 'poor' signposting blamed for people being caught out Parking enforcement in Camberley has become a "team sport" according to irate motorists stung A 35 a pop after free parking was revoked along a stretch of the A30 London Road.
Indoor trampoline centre has spring in step after council approval
A "disheartening" recommendation to refuse permission for a new sports facility in Camberley which would create job opportunities has been overturned.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Plans for A 95 million new Wokingham submitted
Five years of work has gone into the plans, and thousands of pages of documents have been handed to Wokingham Borough Council's planning department Wokingham Borough Council Town Centre Regeneration planning application officially being handed in to planners by council leaders.