Author Archives: Roger Nield MBE

About Roger Nield MBE

Safety Director for the SMPL Organisation and supporting our Vulnerable Veterans Programme.

July Date for SAFDI announced:

Do come and see us at Woking Football Club on July 27th. We open at 1000. 

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Portraits of Film Stars by Fine Artist Paul Ayres — Discover

Browse the illustrated portraiture of fine artist Paul Ayres. via Portraits of Film Stars by Fine Artist Paul Ayres — Discover

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Unseen Biba – Saturday 12 March

Via Runnymede Borough Council: Chertsey Museum is holding a fashion event called Unseen Biba on Saturday 12 March 2016 from 2pm -3.30pm. Martin Pel will lead the talk exploring the history of the Biba fashion brand. Formerly Keeper of Costume … Continue reading

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Camberley Natural History Society’s Exhibition at Surrey Heath Museum – Photo blog

Thanks to Mike Hillman & Allan Meeks for this superb photo blog

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Are you clearing out your old clothes?

Two thirds of Surrey residents don’t realise that underwear, socks and tights can be recycled. Research has shown that residents know that clothes, and home textiles like sheets and towels, can all be recycled, but are more likely to throw … Continue reading

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It Community Safety Review Time

Community Safety Survey – Give your views now The Runnymede Community Safety Partnership is reviewing its Community Safety Strategy. We would like to ask your views on crime and anti-social behaviour as part of the review. This is an opportunity … Continue reading

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Round up: Fostering open evening; Libraries celebrates science week

Originally posted on Surrey News:
Fostering open evening An event to help find more foster carers in Surrey is being held by the county council. The open evening, which takes place on Monday 29 February, will give people the chance…

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