Stefan Reynolds

Win a box of bespoke chocolate bars from It’s All About The Wrapper

How fantastic would it be to have branded chocolate bars for your business, or to give a box of chocolate bars to family or friends with a wrapper personalised just for them? It’s All About The Wrapper produces chocolate bars with bespoke wrappers. By taking your company logo, a photo …

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Win a vineyard tour and tasting at Kinsbrook Estate in Sussex

Kinsbrook Vineyard, just outside West Chiltington, Sussex, has announced the release of its exceptional trio of debut wines. The family-owned and run vineyard, founded in 2014, is releasing its 2014 Sparkling Vintage Cuvée made by celebrated local winemaker Dermot Sugrue. Kinsbrook is also offering a limited production Bacchus and Pinot …

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Win a meal for two and a bottle of wine at the White Horse, Shere

Nestling amongst the lovely half-timbered buildings of Shere, close to the tiny bubbling River Tillingbourne, is a former 15th century farmhouse and Grade II Listed Building called The White Horse. It’s hard to imagine an English country pub more idyllic. One of Hollywood’s most romantic films ‘The Holiday,’ starring Cameron …

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Win a Champagne afternoon tea for two at the White Horse, Dorking

Set in the charming heart of Dorking, nestled between the North Downs and gentle slopes of the Denbies Estate and Vineyards, The White Horse stands as one of England’s most storied coaching inns, with a history dating back as far as 1278. The property was completely refurbished in 2018 and …

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Zoom Art! Good for creativity and mental health

At Oakleaf, we believe that creativity and better mental health go hand in hand. During these extraordinary Covid-19 times, our creative workshops have found a new virtual platform, forming an online community for our clients. We have been running online Art Therapy as an alternative to our in-person workshops, and these …

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Brooklands Loch Ness Wellington ‘Monster’ – 35 years since it was hoisted from Loch Ness

Thirty-five years ago on September 21st 1985, there was frantic activity on the banks of Loch Ness as a ‘monster’ was hoisted from its depths. This ‘monster’ was Wellington Bomber N2980, nicknamed ‘R for Robert.’ During a training exercise with 20 Operation Training Unit, based at RAF Lossiemouth, on December …

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Park for Free After Three Dorking Initiative

From 2nd October 2020 to 29th January 2021 Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) working with Dorking Town Partnership will offer free parking every Friday from 3pm in St Martin’s Walk, Wathen Road, Southside and West Street car parks. The Park for Free after Three initiative, funded by Dorking Town Partnership, …

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Turn Stones into Seeds at Squire’s!

We may not be able to turn water into wine, but children can turn stones into seeds this October and November at Squire’s Garden Centres! The garden centre is asking children under 16 to paint a pebble or stone to look like a vegetable. They can pick up a free …

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Weekend Walk: Ripley and the Wey Navigation (5 plus 5 miles)

This is an easy, flat, figure of 8 walk, running past a lake and alongside the historic Wey Navigation. The walk description is provided by Guildford Rambling Club (guildfordramblingclub.org.uk). Facing the back of the shops, head right, passing behind the houses until emerging on Newark Lane (the B367). Turn right …

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Walking The Portuguese Coastal Camino in memory of my father

In memory of a beloved father and footballing legend My dear Dad, Ralph Morris, died in September 2019, aged 91. He was a gifted footballer in his younger years. During his National Service in Malaya in the late 1940s, he represented RAF Butterworth, playing with distinction all over the peninsula, …

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Citizens Advice Guildford: Seven things to check if you’re at risk of redundancy

Citizens Advice Guildford has helped 268 people with employment issues since lockdown. Benefits and Tax Credits, Employment, Housing and Universal Credit are the top issues it has dealt with during the pandemic. Becky Jeffrey, Chief Officer of Citizens Advice Guildford, said: “We have helped people with a huge range of …

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The Artful Gallery – Art & Soul Exhibition until 4th October

It’s always a treat going to David and Lynn Paynter’s fabulous house and magnificent garden near Haslemere for their annual Art & Soul Exhibition as part of Surrey Artists’ Open Studios. This usually takes place in June, so it was lovely this year to see their garden in a different …

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Win two tickets to the Autumn Show & Game Fair 2020

The South of England Agricultural Society is delighted to announce that the Autumn Show & Game Fair 2020 has been given the green light and will go ahead as planned. Deemed a ‘Good to Go’ venue by Visit England, and adhering to strict new Covid-19 regulations, this year’s show will …

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Drawing Competition: Win a free Cartoon Club for Kids online art class and colouring e-book

Does your child love to colour? Do they like to doodle cartoons? This is for them! Meet Sarah Jane Vickery, a Godalming artist who’s developed unique online art classes for creative kids who love cartoons. Her goal is to help as many children as possible build the core life skill …

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Volunteers needed in Phyllis Tuckwell Shops

  Local charity Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care is in need of more volunteers to help in its 18 charity shops, which are located across West Surrey and North-East Hampshire. If you’re a people person, you’ll love the social interaction that volunteering in Phyllis Tuckwell’s busy shops will bring, as you …

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