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Working from Home – six easy steps to help you through your day

It’s not just our physical health that is being affected by the coronavirus pandemic – uncertainty, frustration, anxiety and stress, along with the huge changes in the way we now live our lives, are all having an impact on our mental health too, says Tina Turpin. You’re not alone if …

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Exciting Vegetables to Grow Now!

I enjoy the excitement felt at this time of year!  By the middle of March, the window of possibility stretches out before us; we have the opportunity to sow seeds of a wide range of great tasting vegetables.  Here are some of the seeds you can sow this month: I …

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Weekend Walk: Bignor Hill and Houghton Forest

This walk is an absolute classic, and you can see the reason: it has the ingredients of great views without climbing and wonderful woodland on the return. It is short and easy and hugely rewarding, especially recommended for those who want a pleasant half-day in the South Downs or maybe …

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Beth Otway’s Gardening Advice

Spring is a magical time.  Cheerful spring flowers brighten our gardens, as we bask in the joy of nature’s promise that there’s so much more to come.  This is such an invigorating and inspiring time, with much to see and do in the garden. It’s easier to pull up weeds …

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Local Events postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19 – UPDATED!

Sadly a number of events have had to be postponed due to Coronavirus. Here are those that we know about so far, with the latest cancellations that we have been told about first… Free Croquet Taster Sessions, Guildford and Godalming Croquet Club Loseley Spring Garden Show – another event will …

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XR Godalming Presents: Permaculture and its role in combatting climate breakdown, with Maddy Harland

Wednesday 22nd April, Earth Day 7.30PM, Free entry (donations to hall hire welcome) Unitarian Church Hall, Meadrow, Godalming, GU7 3JB XR Godalming Presents: Permaculture and its role in combatting climate breakdown, with Maddy Harland A talk plus Q&A on some key facts about the climate crisis and the solutions that …

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Weekend Walk: Polesden Lacey Circular

At Hikes of Surrey, we begin most of our walks from St Martins Church because of the easy parking and the spire acts as an excellent focal point and marker when we’re out in the hills. Parking is easiest in St Martins car park just north of the church. Make …

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Win one of three pairs of tickets to ‘Illuminate’ – a new literary festival

A new event for Godalming arrives on 2nd May. Illuminate is a one-day literary festival which is fun, fresh and interesting. Set up by Barney Jeavons of Kick Arts, it incorporates spoken word, comedy, author talks, fun for kids, illustration and writing workshops, a song writing circle, a short story …

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Win a family ticket to a new event at Godstone Park in the May half-term

There’s something afoot at Godstone Farm and they are busy planning for an exciting new area, launching Spring 2020! With over 500 animals and extensive play areas both indoors and outdoors the farm is a great place to spend time with the family. With special events every holiday period it’s …

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Win a free family ticket to Jane Austen’s House Museum

Jane Austen’s House Museum in the picturesque Hampshire village of Chawton provides the perfect day out for families of all ages. Visitors can step into Jane’s world – the home where her genius flourished and where she wrote and had published all her novels, including the timeless Pride and Prejudice. …

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Win Sunday brunch or roast for 4 at Bramley Golf Club

Bramley Golf Club is set in the majestic Surrey Hills with a century of golf behind us. Just two miles south of Guildford on the A281, Bramley Golf Club is easily accessible. The club has recently launched its Sunday Brunch and Roast option to rave reviews. Sunday Brunch Menu offers …

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Win 2 tickets to Grange Park Opera – La Gioconda, La Bohéme, Meet me in St Louis

In the Surrey Hills, just 23 miles from Hyde Park and close to Wisley gardens, Grange Park Opera is one of Europe’s major summer opera festivals. The company has staged 80+ productions including Fiddler on the Roof with Bryn Terfel at the BBC Proms. Until 2016 Grange Park Opera was …

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2020 Visions – Art in Perspective – Denbies Gallery

30th March to 5th April between 10am and 5pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 4pm on Sunday A stunning exhibition showing art from the perspective of ten different Artists. Join us this spring at Denbies Art Gallery and discover a diverse and inspiring collection of original and contemporary paintings …

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Free Places for NHS Staff at GoFest Kids Camps

Surrey based company GoFest Active is offering free places at its Easter and May Half Term kids camps for NHS workers and emergency services staff. Paul Farris, CEO said “Nobody is working harder than those on the frontline. As well as the unprecedented workloads they are taking on, childcare is …

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Local Events postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19

Sadly a number of events have had to be postponed due to Coronavirus. Here are those that we know about so far… Craft in Focus at Wisley AppArt at Priorsfield School The Bolt in aid of GUTS Guildford and Woking Humanists April meeting Anyone interested is encouraged to check Meet-up, …

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