Stefan Reynolds

The Children’s Trust Virtual Wine Tasting Evening

Friday 24th July 2020 from 7.30pm–9.30pm We would like to invite you to our first virtual wine tasting event. The theme will be The Cool Kids. You will have the opportunity to taste the most well-known grape varieties like you’ve never tasted them before! Forget what you know already; these …

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RSPB launches UK-wide celebration of nature

The RSPB is inviting people across the UK to share what new things they have noticed in their world during lockdown. During lockdown, more than ever, we’ve seen how important the natural world is to our wellbeing. Between 3rd and 31st July, share your story and photos on how nature has lifted …

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Surrey Hills next in line for boundary extension

The Surrey Hills AONB Board are delighted to hear the news that fellow AONB, Suffolk Coast & Heaths has had approval from the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to extend their current boundary. This extension is great news for all protected landscapes and shines a light …

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Montezuma’s Chocolate recipes!

Montezuma’s Chocolate has partnered with Rosie Birkett, a cook, food writer and influencer to create a Chocolate, Cardamon and Hazelnut Tart and Mango & White Chocolate Mousse recipe. Chocolate, Cardamom and Hazelnut Tart This tart is a wonderful example of how great quality chocolate can be elevated into a really special dessert. I …

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Our Local Wildlife Trusts

Phil Kemp meets with the Surrey Wildlife Trust to learn about the outstanding work they and other Wildlife Trusts do to safeguard and enhance the natural environment for the benefit of nature. The Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts was founded in 1912 with the charity’s primary role being to ensure …

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Guildford Book Festival launches fundraising appeal

Guildford Book Festival has announced that it is facing an uncertain future as a result of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. The charity, which this October is set to celebrate its 31st edition, is reliant upon sponsorship and advertising to generate the £20,000 it costs each year to deliver …

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High Clandon – Art and Sculptures in the Vineyard

Sunday 19th July 2020 to Sunday 2nd August 2020 – 11am-4pm Celebrate the summer in serious style at High Clandon with sparkling wine and sculptures in the vineyard as we launch…. THE ENDYMION CUVÉE – Prestige Vintage 2015 Brut – the Quintessence of English Quality Sparkling Wines Do put a …

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Barbecue and a bread

Jerk pork & shallot skewers with pineapple salsa Ingredients: 650g pork steaks, cut into 2.5cm cubes (leg or shoulder), 12 shallots, peeled and cut in half, 3 tbsp jerk rub, 3 tbsp olive oil. For the Salsa: ½ fresh pineapple, chopped into 1cm cubes, 3 shallots, finely chopped, a handful …

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Latest news from The Clockhouse, Milford Day Centre

The trustees continue to contact and support members and volunteers regularly. Our mobile lending library is popular and the number of books and DVDs has increased considerably thanks to some very generous donations. For those who wish to purchase a book or DVD they are on sale for £1. Alternatively, …

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Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex

Air Ambulance Kent Surrey Sussex (KSS)  has raised more than £1m so far through its Coronavirus Emergency Appeal. This is just over a third of the total shortfall the charity was predicting due to the cancellation of major events and a decrease in fundraising income. The life-saving charity launched its …

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Free concert from the Petworth Festival!

With the 42nd Festival due to have opened on Tuesday 14 July, the Petworth Festival team are proud to announce an online event that will run throughout the festival fortnight, at the end of which a further announcement will be made about the extended 2020 Petworth Festival Special which will take place …

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Weekend Walk: Chawton – figure of eight

This walk takes you through pretty woods and fields around Chawton in Hampshire. You may, of course, choose to tackle only one of the loops and spend time visiting Jane Austen’s house. The walk was submitted by Guildford Rambling Club (see guildfordramblingclub.org.uk). Option 1 – 4.5 miles – Chawton to …

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Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village will re-open on 6th July

Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village is delighted to announce that it will start to re-open from the 6 July following the latest Government guidelines for the reopening of UK museums.  The reopening will be in four phases, enabling the introduction of Government-recommended measures across the site to ensure the safety of visitors, volunteers …

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Dates and films announced for the Loxwood Drive-In Movies

Experience the excitement of a drive in movie and enjoy a much awaited night out, when Loxwood Drive-In Movies launch on the 9th July. For 14 days this summer, the big screen will light up the Loxwood Meadows as the classic movie-going experience is reinvented.  And, if you are more …

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