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AGM for Surrey Heath Conservatives

Great Annual Meeting of the Surrey Heath Conservative Association last night. We are one of the top Conservative Associations in the entire UK, and privileged to hear from our MP Michael Gove taking us through the work that needs to be done in this next 40 days of the campaign.   10 more words


And the race is on...

So, now, as of yesterday, all of us candidates are officially candidates, and now the race is on. To celebrate this first we went out on our first day or canvassing. 245 more words


Traffic Regulation Orders in place for major road resurfacings in Surrey Heath

I’ve received an email from Surrey Highways informing me of the Traffic Regulations Orders  in place from April 1st 2015 for temporary road closures of roads named below. 466 more words

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Update to Neighbourhood Watch crime bulletin for Frimley and Camberley

Surrey Police volunteer Stephanie Edwards 20420 – Neighbourhood Watch Administrator  issued this CORRECTION today to last week’s Neighbourhood Watch Bulletin on recent burglaries in the borough: 234 more words


Officers are increasingly concerned for Terence reported missing #Frimley - call 101 if seen

Surrey Police is appealing for information from members of the public to trace a vulnerable man reported missing from his home in Frimley.

Terence Wakeling, 47, was last seen at around 8.30am today (Monday, 23 February) when he left the home address without telling anyone where he was going. 112 more words

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Guest Post: Susie Chan and the IceMan

Today’s post is guest post from the formidable Susie Chan, ultra running babe extraordinaire! I had a place in the Human Race IceMan off road trail running race but couldn’t make it due to a family event, and so Susie kindly took it off my hands and has reviewed the event. 459 more words


Race Report : IceMan 11km/16km, Frimley, 7th Feb 2015

This was my second IceMan. When I raced in my first last year I had only been canicrossing for around five months. I’d like to say I’m a little wiser for it; perhaps because this time I ran it with my trusted, dependable Staffy Sidney rather than my other dog Red, who is highly erratic – pulling like a train initially (cue screams of terror from whoever’s attached to her at the time) and then losing complete interest half way round the course. 693 more words