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Runnymede Villages/Communities

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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Exhibiting History: Know your Story

Thank you Egham Museum for this – watch and enjoy!  

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MBE for retired neighbourhood inspector Roger Nield

A retired Surrey Police officer has been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list announced yesterday (December 30). Former neighbourhood inspector Roger Nield, 59, who served with the Force for 30 years before retiring in September, was awarded an MBE … Continue reading

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Air compressor unit stolen from coachworks in New Haw

Detectives in Runnymede are appealing to the public for information following a burglary at a commercial premise in New Haw in which an air compressor gun was stolen.  The incident happened on Wednesday, 5 August sometime between 2.15pm and 2.45pm … Continue reading

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Chertsey Show now on – this weekend 8/9 August

The Chertsey Show, the last proper agricultural show inside the M25 is on this weekend? Fancy something old but new? A fun day guaranteed and you may just learn something….. You’ll find the Show at the Showground, Mead Lane, Chertsey KT16 … Continue reading

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Water Supply Problems – update and contact details.

Update at  20:25 Postcodes: GU15, GU18, GU19, GU20, GU21, GU24, GU25, KT15, KT16, RG12, RG42, SL4, SL5, TW3, TW4, TW5, TW14, TW15, TW18,TW20, UB1, UB2, UB3, UB4, UB8 Thanks to all our customers for doing their bit to use water … Continue reading

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Appeal for help in tracing missing Chertsey man Christopher Lloyd

Surrey Police is appealing for help in tracing missing man Christopher Lloyd who was last seen in Chertsey last month. Officers are concerned for his welfare as he was last seen on June 14 in the area of St Peter’s … Continue reading

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Man wanted on recall to prison

Surrey Police officers are appealing for help from the public to trace a man who is wanted on recall to prison. Gary Turner, 35, from Chertsey, is wanted for breaching the conditions of his release licence. Turner was last seen … Continue reading

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Did you miss the Magna Carta 800th celebrations?

If you missed the Magna Carta celebrations here in Runnymede may I offer you a taste of what happened and why it is important to you? Firstly Magna Carta was 800 on Monday June the 15th 2015 and for you … Continue reading

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Can you help officers investigating a robbery on the border of Addlestone and New Haw?

Surrey Police is appealing for witnesses after a woman in her thirties was robbed on Addlestone/New Haw border. The incident took place between 12noon and 12.15pm on Thursday, 4 June when the victim, a woman in her thirties, was walking … Continue reading

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