Surrey County, England Newswire

Surrey County, England Newswire

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  1. Surrey residents can have pizzas delivered to their home that have...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Surrey Advertiser

    The UK's new Pizza Chef of the Year works in Stoke d'Abernon and if you live in the area you will be able to have his creations delivered to your home. Marco Fuso scooped the title at the Papa Awards - the annual industry awards run by the Pizza, Pasta and Italian Food Association.

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  2. Why is Donkey Town called Donkey Town? Discover the history of the area in the village of West EndRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Surrey Advertiser

    If you're a Surrey Heath local you may have heard of Donkey Town - but you might not know why it's called Donkey Town. Donkey Town is at the most western end of West End and occupies a small area of Brentmoor Road, Broad Street and Birch Lane, with anything west of it up for debate.

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  3. Property News: Retirement developments improve happiness and extend lifespanRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    The report by The International Longevity Centre UK, based on records kept over the past 100 years at Whiteley Village in Surrey, revealed that residents live much longer than the average for England and Wales.

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  4. School run nightmare: Coulsdon parking job sparks outrageRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Streatham Guardian

    Between getting the kids ready for school and getting to work on time, a school run can be tense for anyone. Well based on this photo taken by a local resident, there's a new contender for worst ever parking job.

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  5. Festival of Light to bring festive fun to WaltonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Surrey Advertiser

    The festival, which includes a lantern parade and Christmas lights switch on, will return to Walton on Saturday The festive season will officially begin in Walton this weekend as the town's annual Festival of Light returns on Saturday . The all-day event will include activities such as children's rides and street performers before the lantern parade and Christmas lights switch on later in the evening.

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  6. Compass Group PLC (CMPGY) Lowered to Sell at Zacks Investment ResearchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    According to Zacks, "Compass Group PLC provides food and support services to its customers globally through its subsidiaries. The Company serves customers in offices and factories; schools and universities; hospitals and senior living communities; major sports and cultural venues; and remote mining camps and offshore platforms.

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  7. New joint-Whyteleafe manager wants his side to be more clinical in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Surrey Advertiser

    'If you have a glass half-full attitude then in that time we have lost very few games but our trouble is turning draws into wins...' NEW Whyteleafe joint manager John Scarborough believes his side need to be more clinical in front of goal if they are to turn their draws into wins. Scarborough was made Whyteleafe caretaker manager after Leigh Dynan quit to take over at Isthmian League Premier Division side Kingstonian a month ago.

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  8. Rothery: new signing Harry has 'all the tools to be an outstanding goalkeeper'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Clacton and Frinton Gazette

    The 22-year-old has signed on the dotted line after playing in the R's last two Bostik League premier division games, against Folkestone Invicta and Burgess Hill Town. He stepped in for the injured Sam Cowler, who has now been de-registered and told he can move on.

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  9. Hockey Ladies remain thirdRead the original story

    Thursday | Basingstoke Gazette

    BASINGSTOKE Hockey Club Ladies returned to winning ways as they beat Maidenhead 2-1 to remain third in the table. Maidenhead spent long periods camped in the Basingstoke half, however Gemma Carswell kept them out, with only a penalty corner conversion bringing the game level in the second half.

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  10. Woman wakes to find rocking horse dumped in garden with seriously creepy noteRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Metro UK News

    Police have launched an appeal to find the owner of a rusty old rocking horse after it was dumped outside a woman's front door. As if the sight of the rocking horse wasn't enough, the woman also discovered a very creepy note had been left on it.

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  11. Aldershot man faces jail after 1kg drugs bust outside Guildford SpectrumRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Surrey Advertiser

    A man from Aldershot is facing prison after he was caught with 1kg of what is believed to be class A drugs outside Guildford Spectrum. Surrey Police arrested two men on Monday after finding the 1kg package during a vehicle search at the leisure centre car park.

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  12. Surrey rail disruption: Rush hour chaos to and from London after fire, fallen tree and bridge crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Surrey Advertiser

    Commuters on the Woking to London Waterloo line face delays after a tree fell on the line at Ash Vale during strong winds. Meanwhile, a vehicle struck a bridge at Worplesdon in Prey Heath Road at around 8.45am on Thursday, National Rail said, with delays expected until midday.

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  13. Guildford councillors roll up their sleeves for road safety project after funding cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Surrey Advertiser

    When the men in charge of Worplesdon Parish Council were told funding for a road safety project had been slashed, they rolled up their sleeves and started making their own cuts. Paul Cragg, chairman, and Chris Venables, vice chairman, cut away vegetation to widen a pavement and improve visibility on a section of Aldershot Road in Guildford which is regularly used by kids and parents travelling to and from Worplesdon Primary School.

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  14. Cobham traffic: Drivers report being stuck in long delays after crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Surrey Advertiser

    Surrey Police closed off a section of Seven Hills Road, by its junction with Byfleet Road, after the collision at around 7am on Thursday (November 23). The road has since been reopened by police officers, but drivers heading in both directions have contacted Get Surrey to report significant delays.

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  15. TRAVEL: Slow traffic after collision in East GrinsteadRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 22 | Crawley Observer

    The collision took place in Imberhorne Lane between A22 London Road and Heathcote Drive, just outside of Imberhorne School, according to reports. We are unable to send your welcome email at this time.

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  16. Streetlights in residential areas in Elmbridge to be left on for an extra hour at nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 22 | Surreycomet.co.uk

    Streetlights in residential areas in Surrey will remain on an hour later into the night, because the council overestimated the money the scheme would save. From Thursday, November 23, lights will now be on until 1am, although they will remain off until 5am as before.

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  17. Dementia And MeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 22 | This Is London

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  18. Underage girls were plied with drink before they carried out sex acts, court toldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 22 | Richmond and Twickenham Times

    Hotels in Twickenham and Tolworth were among those used by a sex trafficking ring which exploited girls as young as 13 by plying them with drink and drugs so they could carry out illegal sex acts with older men. Diane Chilcott, 40, and Daniel Pusey, 21, worked together to lure and then sexually exploit three girls aged between 13 and 15 at hotels across north Surrey and west London, Guildford Crown Court heard.

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  19. Wenceslas Winter Fuel Appeal 2017 to help Mole Valley people struggling to stay warm this winterRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 22 | Surrey Advertiser

    Austerity cuts, rising costs, Christmas shopping bills all take a toll and many people of all ages are vulnerable - you may be able to help. The Leatherhead Lions want you to ask yourself: do you really need help with fuel bills more than those less fortunate?

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  20. Full RacecardRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 22 | Sporting Life

    Street cry colt whose dam won from 7f to 9f. Shaped quite well when staying on steadily on debut at Lingfield and should improve.

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