Woking, England Newswire

Woking, England Newswire

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  1. McLaren F1 sells for $15.62 million at Bonhams auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 18 | Autoblog

    ... silver exterior and black/grey leather interior. The unnamed owner bought it new from the factory in Woking, England, in 1996. This F1 has 9,600 miles on its odometer - half of them from a European roadtrip its owner took after buying the car . This ...

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  2. Woking stabbing: Teenager charged with GBH over attack that left...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 16 | Surrey Advertiser

    A Woking teenager has been charged with GBH after a knife attack in January 2017 left another teenager with a stab wound in his neck. A 17-year-old boy has been charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and is due to appear at Guildford Magistrates' Court on August 30.

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  3. South West Trains tell people to avoid London Waterloo for second day after derailmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Metro UK News

    Commuters travelling on one of the country's busiest passenger rail networks face a second day of disruption to their journeys. South West Trains advised thousands of customers not to use its services into London on Wednesday after problems caused by a points failure and a passenger train derailment caused major problems on the line into Waterloo on Tuesday.

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  4. See wreck of combine harvester after blaze in which 'several explosions' heardRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 15 | Surrey Advertiser

    This is the burnt-out wreck of a combine harvester which was destroyed in a huge fire on Monday (August 14). Four fire crews - two from Guildford, one Godalming, another Woking - were battling the flames and securing the area until 9.03pm.

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  5. Knaphill church to open clothes bank to assist 'unspoken need' of struggling residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Surrey Advertiser

    A Knaphill church group is setting up a "foodbank for clothes" to help people in Woking who could not otherwise afford clothing and bedding. The clothes bank, which will operate like a foodbank , is being organised by members of Knaphill Methodist Church and follows the success of a similar project in Weybridge.

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  6. Ex-Formula One boss Ron Dennis buys up 175 acres of landRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 10 | Daily Mail

    Ex-Formula One boss Ron Dennis buys up 175 acres of land to build a mansion and farm on a sprawling estate weeks after selling A 275m share of McLaren Former Formula One boss Ron Dennis has bought 175 acres of land to build his own mansion after selling his share of McLaren for A 275million. He has bought a huge plot of land in Henley-on-Thames, next to what was once the most expensive home in the country, Park Place.

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  7. Haverhill brothers make new fitness business a family affairRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 10 | Haverhill Today

    Two footballing brothers, one of them an ex-professional with Ipswich Town, have teamed up to launch their own fitness business. Ben Robinson has enlisted the help of his brother Joe to start Next Level Fitness, with the financial support of Rob Power, the dad of Ben's girlfriend.

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  8. Prosecution proves foul behaviour unacceptableRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Elements or Lower

    A man was successfully prosecuted at Guildford Magistrates Court on 10 July 2017 for causing a stink after allowing a dog to foul near a children's play area and not removing the faeces. The incident took place on the grass near the Alpha Road play area on 16 January 2017.

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  9. Sniffer dog to take centre stage at roadshow's highlighting illegal tobacco trade.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 9 | Elements or Lower

    Specially trained sniffer dog Phoebe will showcase her skills at roadshows around Surrey to highlight the dangers of illegal tobacco. Phoebe will join trading standards and public health teams in Redhill, Woking, Staines and Guildford next week as part of a crackdown on the counterfeit tobacco trade.

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  10. Daggers and huge blades among 80 knives taken off Surrey's streets in week-long amnestyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 8 | Surrey Advertiser

    Knives collected during the week-long amnesty will be used to build a "Dove of Peace Monument" against knife crime More than 80 knives were handed in across the county as part of a week-long amnesty organised by Surrey Police . The amnesty , which started on July 19, was part of Operation Sceptre - a national initiative aimed at tackling knife crime.

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  11. No serious issues for commuters as Waterloo rail works get under wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | The Belfast Telegraph

    Amended rail services to the UK's busiest station ran "very well" on the first week day morning of a major engineering project, Network Rail boss Mark Carne said. Amended rail services to the UK's busiest station ran "very well" on the first week day morning of a major engineering project, Network Rail boss Mark Carne said.

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  12. Waterloo engineering works to cause disruption on rail networkRead the original story

    Monday Aug 7 | South Wales Argus

    Commuters face severe rail disruption after almost half of the platforms at the UK's busiest train station closed for a major overhaul. Workers heading for London have been told to expect reduced services on the first working day since platforms one to nine at Waterloo were closed on Saturday until August 28 to enable engineering works to take place.

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  13. 'Pleasantly surprised' London commuters enjoy faster trains and empty carriages amid Waterloo upgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Independent.ie

    It was thought the Waterloo upgrade work would disrupt commuters and cause travel chaos as it went underway and almost half of the platforms at the UK's busiest train station closed for a major overhaul. It was thought the Waterloo upgrade work would disrupt commuters and cause travel chaos as it went underway and almost half of the platforms at the UK's busiest train station closed for a major overhaul.

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  14. Commuters battle first Monday of 800m Waterloo station upgradeRead the original story

    Monday Aug 7 | Manx Radio

    Tens of thousands of commuters were braced for severe disruption as major engineering works to "bring Waterloo into the 21st century" got under way - but were hit by unrelated signalling problems instead. As they headed into the first working day of the major overhaul, it appeared many rail travellers had heeded the warnings of the disruption and had either decided to stay at home, altered their journey times or mode of transport as the predicted chaos failed to materialise.

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  15. London's trains are eerily quiet this morning despite Waterloo closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 7 | Metro

    But so far, bar a few exceptions, stations in and around London appear to be eerily quiet despite the closure of half of Waterloo's platforms for engineering works. Today is the first of 28 days worth of anticipated disruption with commuter belt stations including Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Woking and Guildford expected to be worst hit.

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  16. Top stories from Britain and around the world - New powers will give...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 6 | IcNorthWales

    Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater "right to be forgotten" online. The Data Protection Bill will make it simpler for people to control how companies use their personal details, with extra powers for the information watchdog to issue fines of up to 17 million.

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  17. Holiday hell as crashed lorry closes M5 and queues hit M6Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 5 | Daily Mail

    Holiday getaway hell: Spilled lorry load of FLOUR causes seven mile queues on the M5 while drivers on the M6 abandon cars amid 15 mile tailbacks and play FOOTBALL on the motorway Holidaymakers suffered travel chaos after a spilled lorry load of flour caused seven miles of queues on the M5 while drivers on the M6 were forced to abandon their cars. Near Gloucester motorists were trapped in vehicles from 4.30am after a truck crashed with a car towing a caravan, causing 24 tonnes of flour and diesel to spill across the road.

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  18. Month of CHAOS and disruption begins at the UK's busiest stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 5 | Daily Star

    Nearly half of London Waterloo's platforms were closed today until August 28 to enable a major engineering project to take place. There is a significant reduction in South West Trains services from popular commuter locations such as Woking, Guildford and Surbiton.

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  19. 'Loveable' landscape gardener died on way to pick up friend from pub, inquest hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 4 | Surrey Advertiser

    A "loveable" landscape gardener died on the way to pick his friend up from her shift at a Guildford pub, Woking Coroner's Court heard on Friday . James Clark, 33, from Godalming , died on January 14, 2016 at St George's Hospital after his car collided with a tree along Stakescorner Road days earlier.

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  20. What is happening to Waterloo station and how you will be affectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 4 | Metro UK News

    Ten platforms will be closed in the UK's busiest railway station until August 28, 2017 - the August bank holiday weekend. There will be a significant reduction in South West Trains services from popular commuter locations such as Woking, Guildford and Surbiton.

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