Monthly Archives: December 2013

Missing man found safe and well – updated!

Surrey Police is appealing for information from members of the public to help trace a missing man from Egham. Darrell Kelly, 43, (pictured below) was last seen at an address off Spring Rise on the evening of Friday, 27 December … Continue reading

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Oh Christmas Nurse, Oh Christmas Nurse.. Thy Nursey Heart is so Unchanging

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What is good customer service and does it apply to the police?

Yesterday I received great customer service whilst shopping in extremely busy real shops in Basingstoke. The first was in Pandora and the second in the Apple store. In both instances the staff member was polite, knowledgeable about their product and … Continue reading

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Windlesham Pram Race 2013

Originally posted on Surrey Heath Residents Network:
As always the organisers of the Windlesham Pram Race organised an incredible event to raise money for local good causes. In this blog we have podcast interviews with the Mayor of Surrey Heath…

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Cole Cold Pear-D containing cocaine!

reblogged from Surrey County Council Trading Standards TS @lert! The Food Standards Agency is warning the public about a soft drink that has been found to contain high levels of cocaine. The product has been linked to the death of one person … Continue reading

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Magna Carta: The Foundation of Freedom

Magna Carta: The Foundation of Freedom Third Millennium Publishing, in partnership with the Magna Carta Trust, is producing the official book to accompany the many commemorative activities taking place in 2014 and 2015. Magna Carta: The Foundation of Freedom 1215–2015 … Continue reading

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Help police reunite bereaved family with treasured family heirlooms

A family who were burgled by callous thieves whilst visiting a sick relative in hospital are appealing to members of the public for their help in finding their jewellery.           The family home was empty at the … Continue reading

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HISTORY OF THE MAGNA CARTA : The ‘Magna Carta Towns’

  CITY OF CANTERBURY Canterbury lay in the eye of the storm which began with the accession of Stephen Langton as Archbishop in 1207. He became implacably opposed to King John and in 1213, Archbishop Langton revived the ancient charter … Continue reading

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MC800 in the press:

From the Daily Telegraph: “Why are the Americans so excited about the Magna Carta?” From First, the magazine of the Local Government Association: “Celebrating Democracy”, local government should be at the heart of the civic debate around the 800th anniversary of the … Continue reading

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Editors’ Picks of the Year: The Best of in 2013

Originally posted on News:
This week, our editors dove into the archives to find and rediscover notable posts published this year on, from nonfiction to poetry, and photography to illustration. These posts have been especially resonant to…

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