Monthly Archives: June 2011

Woman’s Own opportunity: deadline tomorrow (1 July) 30/06/2011

Catherine Dunn (NHWN, Administrator, England & Wales) Dear members & supporters, I have been approached by freelance journalist Katie Burnetts who is writing an article for Woman’s Own. She is looking for case studies of women over the age of … Continue reading

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@prottsie at the police family day

When we were at the police family day Special Sergeant Alex Protts (whose twitter name is @Prottsie) spent some time away form meeting the public and friends to share what she does with me  

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Harriet Coleman is singing JAZZ – Tomorrow (Saturday) !!

Harriet Coleman singing at Egham United Services Club Saturday night Hello neighbours. I hope you don’t mind me letting you know that I will be singing at the Egham United Services Club at the top of Spring Rise in Egham … Continue reading

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JAG seeks your help!

The Runnymede Joint Action Group – the multi-agency team who tackle location based crime and anti-social behaviour would like you to bear in mind that we have seen a sharp rise in the number of pedal cycles stolen in the past month in the borough. Chair of the JAG Wendy … Continue reading

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Surrey Police Family Day goes with a bang – or two!

THOUSANDS of visitors flocked to Mount Browne Police HQ on Sunday (19June) to enjoy the free fun and entertainment of the Surrey Police Family Day and Police Dog Trials. As well as the dog trials and armed stop demonstrations, always … Continue reading

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Flying the Flag – Saluting the Armed Forces

Runnymede Borough Council joined other local authorities to show their support for the Armed Forces by raising the Union Jack flag outside Runnymede Civic Centre, Station Road, Addlestone on Monday 20 June at 10.30am. Attending the flag raising ceremony were, … Continue reading

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Wings Line-Up Announced for 2011 Show (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Each year Dunsfold’s historic aerodrome delights visitors with breathtaking 5 hour air displays and this year’s show, on 28 th & 29th August, is no exception. Wings & Wheels is proud to confirm that RAF legends the Red Arrows will … Continue reading

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Surrey’s chairman takes the plunge – Levinia Sealy (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Lavinia Sealy, the Chairman of Surrey County Council, has abseiled the 162 feet of Guildford Cathedral to raise money for charity. The event took place on Saturday (11 June) when the chairman and 48 others abseiled the building. Mrs Sealy, … Continue reading

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Ray Lowther appeal making good progress

By Carl Gavaghan June 13, 2011 AN appeal to raise more than £8,000 to erect a flag pole in the memory of former Chertsey councillor Ray Lowther is well on the way to meeting its target. The man known simply … Continue reading

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Call for 10,000 people to make a ‘date to donate’ New data from NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) today reveals an alarming generation gap amongst regular blood donors and calls for 10,000 people to ‘make a date to donate.’ Only … Continue reading

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