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One small step for gardeners is one giant leap for wildlife – Surrey Wildlife Trust’s new wildlife gardening survey

Frances Tophill author and BBC Gardener’s World presenter is supporting Surrey Wildlife Trust’s new online wildlife garden survey. Anyone can take the survey, from complete beginners to advanced gardeners, and in just a few minutes find out how their garden scores for wildlife. The quick and easy online survey measures …

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Become a new Surrey Hills Champion and contribute to a sustainable future for the Surrey Hills

People with a love of the Surrey Hills are being encouraged to sign up to become a Surrey Hills Champion, as part of a newly-launched initiative led by Surrey Hills Enterprises, in conjunction with the Surrey Hills Society and Squire’s Garden Centres. Through becoming a Surrey Hills Champion, people can …

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Let Painshill transport you to a different world this summer

This summer, Painshill in Surrey invites you to sit in a beautiful English walled garden and be transported to the wilds of Africa, a fairy-filled forest glade, and the decks of a British warship. The historic 18th century landscape garden is hosting a magical summer of outdoor theatre, cinema and …

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A Poem from Eastwick Road Church

A Poem from Eastwick Road Church I have just eighty words- and as always loquacious Th’ available count doesn’t seem awf’ly spacious, However, I want to deliver a greeting: Hello and God bless you, I hope we’ll be meeting. At Eastwick Road Church I am newly in situ Arranging new …

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At Home With Henry Blofeld

Legendary cricket commentator and broadcaster, Henry Blofeld OBE, known amongst his many fans as Blowers and famed for his plummy tones and preoccupation with buses and pigeons on Test Match Special (TMS) invites you into his home to share some treasured moments from his life and career. Blowers was due …

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Weekend Walk: Puttenham to Compton (4 miles)

This walk takes you on an adventurous excursion from Puttenham, a delightful village with a church, cottages and a good pub. The other big attraction is the Watts Gallery and Artists’ Village in Compton where you can also visit the Studio via a woodland walk and enjoy good food in …

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What’s on this May half term at the National Trust’s Polesden Lacey, Hatchlands Park and River Wey Navigation.

National Trust places can provide the perfect backdrop to May half-term fun in the South East. With warmer weather and longer days, it is the perfect time to explore the great outdoors and appreciate the wonders of the natural world. There are plenty of things to do to keep everyone …

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National Lottery players get lucky with free Open Week offer at RSPB Pulborough Brooks

National Lottery players can enjoy free entry to RSPB Pulborough Brooks nature reserve in West Sussex from Saturday 5-Sunday 13 June, as part of The National Lottery’s Open Week celebrations. RSPB Pulborough Brooks nature reserve is one of hundreds of venues and visitor attractions across the UK saying thank you …

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Local community save rare chalk grassland habitat for wildlife

An extraordinary community bid, assembled in just three weeks and spearheaded by local residents has secured the future of 37.5 acres of rare chalk grassland on the North Downs in Guildford, Surrey. Home to nesting skylarks, chalk hill blue butterflies, bumblebees, wild thyme and orchids, the fields support a rich …

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New school play put epilepsy centre stage

• South Western Railway and the Guildford Shakespeare Company have teamed up to raise awareness of epilepsy with a new school play, ‘The Purple Princess’ • The production aims to educate children on what to do if they see someone having a seizure. • The play was inspired by Director …

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