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[News]: NovaFuture and From Another Mind collaborate for record presentation

NovaFuture and From Another Mind collaborate for record presentation

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We are really happy to announce another nice collaboration.

From Another Mind, a party crew from Stuttgart and Munich, are working on their first release. 95 more words

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Call for volunteers to unearth the story of Wilfred Owen's military training camp

An army of volunteers is needed to help uncover the secrets of a former Surrey military camp where renowned war poet Wilfred Owen penned a prelude to his famous ‘Anthem for Doomed Youth’. 489 more words


BBC interview with Surrey leader about airport expansion

Listen to Surrey County Council leader David Hodge telling BBC Surrey’s Jack Fiehn that investment in local infrastructure is needed before any new runway is built at either Heathrow or Gatwick. 13 more words


ROUND UP: Official opening of Guildford Fire Station; Still time to apply for community cash

Official opening of Guildford Fire Station 

The official opening of a new fire station in Guildford will take place this Friday (26 June) with a host of guests attending including HRH The Duke of Gloucester, Surrey Chairman Sally Marks and Cabinet Associate for Community Safety Services Kay Hammond. 310 more words

Surrey County Council

ROUND UP: Surrey student wins award; Join Surrey's Summer Reading Challenge

 Surrey student wins award

A woman who was bullied at school and had a spell staying a hostel for homeless people has received recognition from a national education organisation after transforming her life through study. 141 more words

Surrey County Council

Fish weirs, Doctor Who and Fort Knox - things you didn't know about Magna Carta

In the last in a series of videos celebrating 800 years of Magna Carta, TV historian David Starkey reveals that a host of US states still include the historic document in their constitution – including a reference to fish weirs on the Medway and Thames – while other fascinating facts linked to the charter feature Fort Knox and Doctor Who. 190 more words