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Albury Produce Show Review

VantagePoint were out and about at the Albury Produce show on Saturday. Steeped in history the show has been held continuously on Albury Heath since 1861.  It was halted for a few years during WW2 and was re-started in 1946.  The activities are all run by volunteers and the show …

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One small job=One happy mother!

TMC Fencing. It’s that time of year where the gardens in England look stunning. Flowers are in bloom, the grass is lush and green, potted plants are flourishing and of course everyone is spending a lot more time out in the garden. My mother had recently discovered that she is …

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Review: The Girl on the Train

The Girl on the Train was a 2015 novel by Paula Hawkins which soon became a publishing sensation, with over a million sales in its first few weeks, and still holds the record for the most weeks at number one in the UK hardback book chart (20 weeks). It went …

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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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Review: ‘Art’ at The Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford

Art is French play by Yasmina Reza which premiered in Paris in 1994. The UK rights were acquired by Sean Connery who commissioned Christopher Hampton to do an English translation and it arrived in the West End in 1996 with Sir Tom Courtenay, Ken Stott and the late Albert Finney. …

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Maldivian memories made

It has become a way of life now. We spend hours a day scrolling through social media and looking at the most amazing destinations in the world. Looking longingly at these images and thinking, how amazing it would be to go and visit them and experience the beauty in person. …

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VantagePoint Review: The Lady Vanishes at the Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford

Sir Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lady Vanishes arrived in great style last night at Guildford’s Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, with a fabulous cast led by Juliet Mills and her husband Maxwell Caulfield. The play begins in an Austrian railway station, the German eagle and swastikas flying overhead. The train heading to Zurich …

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