Monthly Archives: February 2015

Man charged following attack in Egham in December

A man has been charged in connection with an attack on another man in Egham in December last year. The incident occurred in Egham Hill near to the junction with Middle Hill at 12.45am on December 3. The victim, a … Continue reading

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VIDEO: New Coroner’s Court opens in Woking

Originally posted on Surrey News:
A new Coroner’s Court complex that opened in Surrey this week will better serve the needs of bereaved families. Surrey County Council has renovated the former North West Surrey Magistrates’ Court building in Woking to…

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Everyday creativity

Originally posted on Amandacomms's Blog:
For anyone working in the so-called creative industries do you ever question whether you are really being creative? It was something I challenged myself with this week. I have just started an online course…

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Surrey PCC – We Must Invest in the Police if they are to Evolve to Meet New Challenges

Originally posted on Surrey Heath Residents Network:
Responding to the College of Policing report on police demand released today, Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, said: “The College of Policing’s report into demand is another insight into the…

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Good News – Missing Susan found safe and well

A woman reported missing last night in Oxshott (Thursday, 19 February) has been found safe and well. Susan McLoughlin, 54, from Surbiton was located in Epsom this afternoon (Friday, 20 February). Members of the public and the media are thanked … Continue reading

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Magna Carta Events – March

March Highlights: • 1st: A ‘Read not Dead’ performance of ‘The Troublesome Reign of King John’ at Temple Church, from the Globe Theatre • 5th: Seminar commemorating ‘Magna Carta and the Golden Bull’ hosted by the Embassy of Hungary • … Continue reading

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Surrey on course to make £330million savings over five years

Originally posted on Surrey News:
Surrey County Council is on track to make almost £70million of savings for taxpayers this year – almost £190,000 every day. Annual figures are set to show that savings of £69million for the 2014/15 financial…

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