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Surf’s up in Reigate – Steamer Lane

Surf’s up in Reigate – Steamer Lane

A Reigate couple are taking on the fashion big-boys by launching a t-shirt chain – from the comfort of their own home. Antonia Rees-Brown and Philip Harmer have set up…

Fading Gigolo – film review

Fading Gigolo – film review

John Turturro is a well known face in the movies and a reliable character actor. He is not normally considered leading man material but in Fading Gigolo – a film…

Editor’s Blog 29th May 2014

Editor’s Blog 29th May 2014

Really? Rain over half term? I’m never sure whether it’s worse for the children or us, it certainly curtails your plans, and with lots of children on various camps this…

RollaDome – Get your Skates on!

RollaDome – Get your Skates on!

Roller Discos! A fantastic party idea for your children’s birthday bash, a corporate event, or any other celebration RollaDome is coming to Surrey! RollaDome provides a wide variety of activities…

Witnesses sought after man robbed in Horley

Witnesses sought after man robbed in Horley

Detectives are investigating after a man was dragged from his car and robbed of a quantity of money in Horley last night (23 May). The victim was robbed after visiting…

Police ask for help with armed robbery investigation

Police ask for help with armed robbery investigation

Detectives investigating an armed robbery at a Dorking pub last night (23 May) would like to speak to the driver of a car which nearly collided with the vehicle believed…

Urban Kitchen support Sutton Community Farm

Urban Kitchen support Sutton Community Farm

Urban Kitchen, in Reigate’s bustling town centre, is the latest community-conscious cafe to pledge their support for Sutton Community Farm by becoming a “pick-up point” for their not-for-profit VegBox Scheme.…

Exhibition and Concussion – film reviews

Exhibition and Concussion – film reviews

It was on the face of it an interesting double bill at my favourite local cinema. Both films examine a long term relationship which has run into difficulties. In neither…

The Two Faces of January – film review

The Two Faces of January – film review

I seem to remember that following her appearance in The Virgin Suicides in 1999, the 17 year old Kirsten Dunst was hotly tipped for great things. Stuck in what seemed…

Review – The Pilot’s Hub

Review – The Pilot’s Hub

There is an aerodrome in Redhill, literally just round the corner. It’s ace, not that I can fly, though I’m seriously considering it. In the aerodrome, close enough to watch…

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