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August, 2019

  • 25 August

    Weekend Walk: Norbury Park (4.5 miles)

    Allow about two hours for this undulating and at times hilly walk. The walk follows public footpaths and bridleways which cross private land, so please respect people’s privacy. Leave the station car park by steps then turn left up road. Cross road at railway bridge and take footpath on right …

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  • 23 August

    Weekend walk: Woolbeding Common (6.4 miles)

      This is a pleasant walk with some lovely views. It starts from the Woolbeding carpark at Older Hill near Midhurst which itself has a magnificent vista as seen right. This is the first walk I have done using a new walking app called ViewFinder. If you get a premium …

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  • 21 August

    Denningberg Centre for the Elderly

    A couple of weeks ago, I had a phone call from Linda who was wanting to spread the word about the Denningberg Centre. Having worked in Godalming for two years I have to be honest and admit I had never heard of it. I decided that I was going to …

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  • 16 August

    Woolly Tales

    The first chapter of  Woolly Tales. I met Andy for a coffee this morning as I wanted to find out more about this unique business him and his wife Nicola have set up from their home in Godalming. Andy is a graphic designer, illustrator and photographer. His wife Nicola knits …

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  • 16 August

    Weekend Walk: Shere Village and Little London (4 miles)

      This is a glorious and fairly short walk, full of variety, with a fine village at the start and a good pub at the high point. It also passes close to two of the most interesting and ancient churches in Surrey. Since publishing this walk in VantagePoint, we have …

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July, 2019

  • 26 July

    All at Sea – first time cruising

    A week’s sea cruise from Malta in June is not a proposition to be immediately spurned. It certainly contains elements of attraction yet also offers reasons to demand caution. While it is getting cheaper, cruising has never exactly been the budget choice and being contained in the middle of the …

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June, 2019

  • 24 June

    VantagePoint – our latest testimonials

    Don’t take our word about how good VantagePoint can be for your business, read what our advertisers and readers have to say! I have been advertising in Vantage Point for a few months now and I have seen great results. The team are always really friendly. Highly recommend. Matt Harle, …

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  • 21 June

    Is home-schooling right for my child and my family?

    As the end of the school year approaches, many parents will be wondering if their children’s education is on the right path. Might they be happier and do better with home schooling? It’s an enormous step to take, but former primary school teacher Catherine Lynch of PlanBee knows the advantages …

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  • 21 June

    Citizens Advice … the first 80 years!

    Just before the outbreak of war in 1939, the National Council of Social Service introduced a network of national agencies to help citizens deal with any problems they might encounter. This was the network that became the Citizens Advice Bureau. Waverley area was in the vanguard, with the Haslemere bureau, …

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  • 10 June

    Dogs For Autism

    Dogs for Autism  YOU CAN HELP US HELP THEM   As you all know I always have a great time when I visit The Walled Garden, but when I went down yesterday I was greeted with PUPPIES…and yes I mean plural! The walled garden closed their doors to the public …

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