Monthly Archives: October 2014

Surrey man jailed for breaching Domestic Violence Protection Order

A 44-year-old man has this week become the first person in Surrey to be jailed for breaching a Domestic Violence Protection Order (DVPO). Sean Emmett, previously of Addlestone, was sentenced to four weeks in prison after pleading guilty to breaching … Continue reading

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Chertsey Rotary Club present the Ska Souls

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Royal Logistic Corps Museum Military, Aviation and Naval Book Fair

  This Saturday (1st November) will see The Royal Logistic Corps Museum hosting its annual Military, Aviation and Naval Book Fair, organised by the Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association. The fair will be from 10am-4pm and it is free admission. Present will … Continue reading

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WELL BEING: Introduction

As many of you that have followed this blog previously you will know I have commented on many aspects of traffic legislation and what it was like to be a traffic officer and all that it entailed including the role…

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Fake it – till you Become it! Should YOU discover Your Power Pose?

Originally posted on John Healy's Space:
I have to say, along with 21 million others I came away feeling it was worth watching this TED Talk on Body Language. OK, so it doesn’t sound like a Gripping subject: True.…

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Boy Soldiers through the ages 23rd Oct!

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Magna Carta to be Key Feature of Lord Mayor’s Show

The City of London’s 1297 copy of the Magna Carta will be a key feature of the ceremonial procession in the Lord Mayor’s Show on Saturday 8th November. The Lord Mayor’s show is expected to draw huge crowds in to … Continue reading

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