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WI Chinthurst Group Spring Fashion Show March 2020

After a week of difficult decisions and a lot of last minute organisations, it was agreed we should go ahead with the Charity Spring Fashion Show organised by the Chinthurst Group of WI’s consisting of Ockford Godalming, Shalford, Bramley and Grafham & Smithbrook groups on Saturday 14th March. After ‘Hello …

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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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Guildford Antiques & Brocante Market will NOT go ahead

We regret to inform you that the Guildford Antiques & Brocante Market will NOT go ahead on the 26th April as planned due to the current restrictions, despite it being extensively advertised in VantagePoint magazine and across the region.  This is a directive received today.  Please check this website, the Guildford Council …

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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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Jazz, Gin & Blues at Loxwood Meadow

This July, for the second year, ‘Jazz, Gin and Blues’ will take place in the tranquil glade at Loxwood Meadow, site of the popular medieval jousting festival, Loxwood Joust. 26th July 2020 12 midday to 9pm The Enchanted Woodland, Loxwood Meadow, Loxwood RH14 0AL From 12noon until 9pm, an intimate …

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Supporting Local- Handpicked for Dorking

Handpicked for Clandon Wood. This weekend I popped along to Clandon Wood to show my support to Handpicked for Dorking as well as the exhibitors that were there. As we parked up I could hear Chris and Will from ‘Forget the DJ‘ who were playing some great music which added …

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A day out at Albury Organic Vineyard with The Wood Fired Larder

Albury Estate Spring Event with pop up pizza from Wood Fired Larder managed to dodge the week-end rain on Saturday.  A great selection of pizzas were available and I sampled the Mediterranean vegetable pizza which was delicious…vegan and the all day breakfast pizzas were also poplar choices! The Wood Fired …

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History of the Charlotteville Jubilee Trust’s involvement in the Guildford Pancake Races.

Charlotteville was a small village immediately adjoined to Guildford and is claimed to have been the town’s first suburb.  With all the shops now closed and with the pubs disappearing, the identity of The Village as it was known has largely disappeared. In the late 1960s the community centre (also …

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A Moonlit Dinner

Heralded as one of the first of its kind in the UK, the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden continues to exhibit contemporary sculptures in a truly magical environment. The story started thirty five years ago, when landscape designer Anthony and his wife Hannah bought some land in Surrey. Having grown up …

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Where a balloon is not just a balloon.

 For more information Call Amy Brown on 07825 613 969 Local Balloon Professional Earns Recognition as Certified Balloon Artist   Amy Brown of AJ’s Balloon Decor in Thursley, Surrey recently earned Certified Balloon Artist (CBA®) status. This required a series of tests, including oral and practical examinations. The certification was …

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Bride to be afternoon tea

As cliché as it sounds, a lot of little girls do dream of their big day. Dressing up in that white dress, walking down the aisle with all of their friends and family watching, twirling and dancing into the moonlight to live happily ever after. Yes, a lot of little …

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Behind the scenes at The Surrey County Show

Phil Kemp meets the show organisers to find out what makes this agricultural event so popular On the 28th May, Guildford’s Stoke Park hosts the country’s biggest one-day agricultural show welcoming visitors from far and wide – visitors who not only want to enjoy the excitement of watching competitive events …

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Chichester Cathedral’s Festival of Flowers 2018

The 12th Chichester Cathedral Festival of Flowers takes place from 31st May to 2nd June, when the Cathedral will be transformed with over 80 stunning flower arrangements using over 50,000 blooms. Over 60 arrangers from the Petworth, Midhurst, Petersfield and Haslemere area (including the Midhurst Flower Club) are working together …

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Godalming’s Music in the Park has started!

Summer must be on the way as we can now announce the programme for Music in the Park 2018. You can look forward to over 18 concerts on Sunday afternoons, starting from 13th May. All the regular concerts take place from 3pm to 5pm at the bandstand in the Phillips …

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