Driveway Transformation

Duncan James Landscapes. I like to be as organized as I can be, however sometimes things do slip through the net and become last minute jobs. I tend to find its always the bigger jobs that this applies to…I am working on it. I found myself in this situation a …

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Godalming Panto

The Godalming Pantomime. On Friday evening, I took the little one I used to nanny for along to the Godalming pantomime. When I found out it was being held in the Borough hall, I was a bit dubious as to what it would look like, and how they would be …

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The Britannia- Our Christmas Party!

Our Britannia Christmas Lunch.  “Why fix something when it isn’t broken?” I feel like this saying applies to choosing where to eat. We had such an enjoyable meal last Christmas at the Britannia that it was a unanimous decision to return this year. We were sent the menu choices nice …

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Hidden Historic Hamburger Happiness

The Kings Arms and Royal. Originally built in the 17th century, the Kings Arms & Royal Hotel is a grand historic building. The hotel has seen several famous faces during its many years of trading, including Henry VIII and Peter the Great. The name of the hotel is due to …

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Coffee with a Life Coach

Coffee with a life coach. I am an avid believer that most of the general public could benefit from a life coach, a counselor, a sponsor or all the above. The world is a fast paced, stressful rat race at times, and it can be very easy to overlook the …

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A Brilliant Day Out at Howletts

  Howletts, the Aspinall Wild Animal Park. It was a milestone birthday for my Mother this year, I would tell you which one, but I doubt I would survive the wrath that would soon follow. Myself and my sister decided that this year we would do something a bit special …

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La Casita- Our Experience

La Casita  Having been a Guildford gal for over half my life, it is fair to say I have frequented most of the restaurants in Guildford. This may not sound like much of an achievement, but there are a lot to choose from! We are very lucky to have such …

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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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