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December, 2016

  • 14 December

    The Story of Port

    In advance of the three VantagePoint Wine Festivals next year, we are revisiting some of our past wine articles. Tickets to one or all of the Wine Festivals, taking place in Farnham in April, Guildford in May and Dorking in September. Tickets are on sale now at www.vantagepointevents.co.uk and make great Christmas …

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  • 13 December

    Wines for the Festive Season

    In advance of the three VantagePoint Wine Festivals next year, we are revisiting some of our past wine articles. Tickets to one or all of the Wine Festivals, taking place in Farnham in April, Guildford in May and Dorking in September. Tickets are on sale now at www.vantagepointevents.co.uk and make great Christmas …

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November, 2016

  • 30 November

    Spiced Hot Chocolate

    This is a magical recipe for a rich, silky, creamy, smooth, luxurious and enchanting hot chocolate treat! The combination of spices and raw cacao create a truly heartwarming drink that is a staple drink during the cold winter months. Ingredients: 60g of arriba nacional or other high-grade, sustainably sourced raw …

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  • 29 November

    Sitting Disease

    In this article, Naomi Dinneen, a Chartered Physiotherapist at Physio1to1 in Godalming discusses the risks of sitting, pain at the desk and how to sit well. Firstly and most importantly, should you be sitting at all?  Global studies show, on average, we sit for 7.7 hours a day at work, …

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  • 27 November

    The Mini

    The Mini was first launched in 1959 and has become a motoring icon. Andy Goundry charts its development. The original Mini, launched way back in 1959, took the world by storm, being taken to people’s hearts in a way unique in motoring history. It found favour with every age group, …

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  • 26 November

    Weekend Walk: Dunsfold to Hascombe (5.5 miles)

    The walk takes you through woods and fields with some short climbs, one quite steep. You could refresh yourself either just over half way around, at the White Horse in Hascombe, or at the end, at the Sun at Dunsfold. The walk was submitted by Guildford Rambling Club (see guildfordramblingclub.org.uk). …

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  • 25 November

    Making wine very special

    In a continuing series promoting our great local businesses, Phil Kemp visits three independent wine merchants in the area Over thirty million British people regularly drink wine so it’s perhaps not surprising that even a quick visit to a supermarket will reveal shelves stacked high with wine, and a quick …

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October, 2016

  • 31 October

    Sandhurst

    Many people have heard of Sandhurst but do not know much about the Military Academy. Here is a potted history and information about its role today. Over 200 years it has built an unrivalled reputation as a world class centre of excellence in the theory and practice of leadership. It …

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  • 25 October

    Kathy’s Pecan & Pumpkin Tart

    Every year at Secretts they grow a range of different varieties of squash and pumpkin which are prized for their use in all sorts of culinary preparations. They also grow a field of pumpkins for their famous tractors rides to pick a pumpkin too. These are mostly used for carving …

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  • 24 October

    Nicola’s Spicy Pumpkin Cake

    Every year at Secretts they grow a range of different varieties of squash and pumpkin which are prized for their use in all sorts of culinary preparations. They also grow a field of pumpkins for their famous tractors rides to pick a pumpkin too. These are mostly used for carving …

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