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"25.04.2017 08:30:25" farnhamherald.com Village pub sale is now completed BREWING giant Greene King has completed the sale of the popular village pub The Cherry Tree in Rowledge to a mystery buyer. HAS The Cherry Tree pub in #Rowledge pulled its last pint?
"25.04.2017 06:30:17" farnhamherald.com Go quackers for Rotary duck races THE Farnham Weyside Rotary Club ducks were spotted recently at one of their training sessions, where it appeared that all was not well. GET your ducks in a row for the great #Farnham charity duck races, returning to Gostrey Meadow on April 29!
"24.04.2017 18:30:29" farnhamherald.com Broadband work to cause delays TRAFFIC delays are likely in Shortheath Road over the next month, with Virgin Media set to expand its superfast fibre broadband network. A MONTH of roadworks are set to get underway in a busy #Farnham road from tomorrow. http://buff.ly/2ohwHOi
"24.04.2017 17:30:35" farnhamherald.com Christians bear witness AT noon on Good Friday, the most solemn moment of the Christian year, recalling the moment Jesus was nailed to the cross, a silent procession set out from the Upper Hart car park in Farnham. TEENAGER Phoebe Thain led the Walk of Witness procession through #Farnham on Good Friday.
"24.04.2017 16:30:37" farnhamherald.com Le Gal steps down as county councillor THERE will soon be a new face at Surrey County Council whatever the result of the May 4 elections, after Farnham North councillor Denise Le Gal announced she is to step away from county-level… COUNTY councillor for Farnham North since 2009, Denise Le Gal, will not seek re-election on May 4.
"24.04.2017 12:00:23" farnhamherald.com Tip charges face scrutiny SURREY County Council's controversial recycling centre charges have come under fresh scrutiny, after the government's new 'litter strategy' included a call for councils to stop charging people for… SURREY County Council may be forced to scrap controversial tip charges after just six months...
"24.04.2017 08:30:01" farnhamherald.com Annie celebrates her 100th LIFELONG Churt resident (and octogenarian para-glider) Annie Woods has celebrated her 100th birthday with friends and family. A CHURT woman who famously undertook a sponsored paraglide for charity aged 89, has celebrated her 100th birthday.
"24.04.2017 06:30:08" farnhamherald.com Brightwells campaigners told to pay Waverley's legal costs THE instigators of an unsuccessful judicial review claim against the Brightwells regeneration scheme have been told they must repay Waverley Borough Council's legal costs. OPPONENTS of the #Farnham Brightwells scheme have vowed to "continue to fight" for a development Farnham deserves.
"23.04.2017 17:30:16" farnhamherald.com Youngsters get the gardening bug MORE than 100 children aged two to 13 attended Farnham Town Council's free Bloomin' Kids gardening workshops over the Easter holidays. GREEN fingered youngsters got their hands dirty over the Easter hols.
"23.04.2017 12:00:04" farnhamherald.com Work on club's new ground under way RENOVATIONS at the new Badshot Lea FC grounds in Westfield Lane, Farnham, are now under way with work expected to be completed in time for the start of the 2018/19 football season. THE new 'Westfield Lane Stadium' in Wrecclesham is expected to open for the start of the 2018/19 football season.
"23.04.2017 09:22:05" farnhamherald.com Popular storytime event at library FARNHAM library in West Street is re-launching its popular Storytime event on Monday, April 24, perfect for children ages five and under. CALLING all junior bookworms - #FARNHAM Library will re-launch its popular Storytime tomorrow! See below for details
"23.04.2017 09:04:11" farnhamherald.com Celebrate best of spring produce CELEBRATE the best of English spring produce at the Farnham farmers' market which takes place on Sunday (St George's Day) in the Central car park from 10am to 1. HEAD down to the #Farnham Farmer's Market, taking place from 10am to 1pm today.
"23.04.2017 08:30:13" farnhamherald.com Vigilantes take action against alleged paedophile AN alleged paedophile from Farnham has appeared in court following a sting operation by a group of vigilante 'paedophile hunters'. A SUSPECTED paedophile has appeared in court after a vigilante sting at #Farnham station.
"22.04.2017 17:30:22" farnhamherald.com New lifesaving kit installed at centre SANDY Hill is to become a community of lifesavers after the Bungalow community centre was fitted with a public access defibrillator (PAD) and awarded a CPR training kit by the British Heart… A NEW public access defibrillator has been fitted at the Sandy Hill Bungalow.
"22.04.2017 12:00:16" farnhamherald.com Dog challenge for photographers AWARD-winning dog photographers The Artful Dog Studio in Farnham have em-barked on an unusual way of raising funds for a local dog shelter. A #FARNHAM dog photography studio is bidding to snap 30 different breeds in 30 days in aid of charity Chimneyfarm_dogs.
"22.04.2017 08:30:02" farnhamherald.com Developers bid to derail planning blueprint A LAST-ditch attempt by a group of developers to derail the Farnham Neighbourhood Plan ahead of next month's make-or-break referendum has prompted an indignant response from the community. DEVELOPERS are threatening to derail #Farnham's community-led Neighbourhood Plan ahead of the May 4 referendum.
"21.04.2017 18:30:08" farnhamherald.com Driving force behind In Bloom passes away at the age of 89 MADGE Green, the driving force behind Farnham in Bloom, a prized gardener and flower arranger, and accomplished journalist who counted Margaret Thatcher among her interviewees, has died aged 89. RIP Madge Green - a cornerstone of the #Farnham community for more than 60 years.
"21.04.2017 17:30:31" farnhamherald.com Some Beerex tickets still available AROUND 100 tickets are still available for the opening session of the 41st Farnham Beerex on Thursday, April 27. LAST chance to grab a ticket for next week's #Farnham Beerex...
"21.04.2017 16:30:13" farnhamherald.com Hunt is on to find best secret gardens THE annual competition to find Farnham's best secret gardens has been launched in time for National Gardening Week (April 10 to 16). THE hunt is on for #Farnham's secret gardens!
"21.04.2017 12:00:23" farnhamherald.com Alex all set for marathon A PAINTER and decorator from Farnham needs the public's support as he gets ready for his second London Marathon on April 23. FROM paint brushes to pounding pavements in aid of UK Youth - good luck Alex!
"21.04.2017 11:43:04" Timeline Photos PERPLEXED who to vote for in the May 4 county elections? See next week's Herald (on sale April 27) for personal statements of all 17 candidates standing in your area.
"21.04.2017 08:42:23" farnhamherald.com Church set to celebrate first 150 years AS part of the celebrations to mark the 150th anniversary of All Saints Church in Tilford, members are delighted that Stephen Lacey, a respected local organist, has kindly agreed to give an organ… HELP celebrate All Saints' Church's 150th anniversary.
"21.04.2017 08:30:03" farnhamherald.com Police warning after car break-ins SURREY Police are warning car owners to be vigilant after a spate of vehicle break-ins in Farnham and Godalming. CAR owners be wary...
"21.04.2017 06:30:00" farnhamherald.com Hair today and gone tomorrow FARNHAM teenager Hattie Sproule has donated 11 inches of her flowing locks and more than £300 to help make real hair wigs for young cancer sufferers. A 17-year-old Farnborough Sixth Form College student has said goodbye to her long locks as she donates 11 inches to The Little Princess Trust. https://tinyurl.com/k3um6gu
"20.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com Counties can bid for roads money COUNTIES across the South East can now bid for a share of £490 million to improve their roads. COULD a road near you benefit from a share of £490 million? https://tinyurl.com/ktzxbmr
"20.04.2017 17:30:00" farnhamherald.com Disabled anger over Blue Badge parking charges “IT'S going to make me really anxious, more fatigued and once again restrict my independence,” criticised one Farnham resident as Waverley Borough Council brought in new changes for disabled motorists. “IT'S not about the money, it's discriminating against people, like me, who rely on easy and fast access with minimum impact on energy or anxiety levels." https://tinyurl.com/k8onkgg
"20.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Hunt is on to find best secret gardens THE annual competition to find Farnham's best secret gardens has been launched in time for National Gardening Week (April 10 to 16). FARNHAM gardeners fancy getting involved in this year's Secret Gardens competition? Then click below for more information. https://tinyurl.com/mh9rpsv
"20.04.2017 12:02:00" farnhamherald.com Turmeric lattes tipped for the top by health food store TURMERLICIOUS, a new range of instant turmeric lattes produced by Farnham residents, are being heralded as one of the trendiest, as well as healthiest drinks for 2017. #FARNHAM business owner Maggie has launched Turmerlicious, a new range of instant turmeric lattes, in Holland and Barrett. https://tinyurl.com/k8e4xp8
"20.04.2017 08:30:00" farnhamherald.com Party atmosphere at playground RESIDENTS flocked to the Jubilee play area in Shepherds Way, Tilford, to enjoy the new and upbeat playground which was celebrated with a launch party by around 250 people. HAVE you visited #Tilford's new play park yet? https://tinyurl.com/l7g6z65
"20.04.2017 06:30:00" farnhamherald.com LIBRA to launch Tree of Life appeal campaign TRUSTEES of The Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA), a south east charity, are pleased to announce that £200,000 has been raised in aid of its Giving 4 Growth Campaign. A WHOPPING £200,000 has been raised by The Lions International Blood Research Appeal (LIBRA) through its Giving 4 Growth Campaign. https://tinyurl.com/n23aabk
"19.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com Love Your Zoo Week BIRDWORLD is delighted to be supporting Love Your Zoo Week, a national initiative run by BIAZA (British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums) to raise awareness of the zoos within the country, from Tuesday, May 30, to Friday, June 2. CALLING all animal lovers! Get down to #Birdworld next month as it launches its national initiative Love Your Zoo Week. https://tinyurl.com/maaxhso
"19.04.2017 17:30:00" farnhamherald.com Warning as thieves target rural gates POLICE patrols have been stepped up after a warning for people to be on their guard after a spate of gate thefts in recent weeks. SURREY Police are urging residents to report anything suspicious following a spate of gate thefts throughout the #Farnham area. https://tinyurl.com/lljmy5m
"19.04.2017 16:30:25" farnhamherald.com Farnham book place in Twickenham final FARNHAM 32, SALTASH 21 FARNHAM added a cup final at Twickenham to their London 3 South-West title in the club's most successful season ever. #FARNHAM RUFC are on the road to Twickenham!
"19.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com Fly-tippers target Phyllis Tuckwell PHYLLIS Tuckwell has once again been hit by fly-tipping. FLY-tippers strike again at Phyllis Tuckwell's furniture showroom in Dogflud Way. https://tinyurl.com/la83zxj
"19.04.2017 08:31:30" farnhamherald.com Young gardeners pleased to spruce up forlorn area YOUNG gardeners from Farnham Heath End School helped plant a native hedge near their school, thanks to support from Farnham in Bloom and Farnham Town Council. PUPILS from #Farnham Heath End School have added life to a forgotten verge along Farnborough Road by planting a hedge. https://tinyurl.com/kblcbv5
"18.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com Councillors welcome rail franchise decision FARNHAM councillors have welcomed the awarding of the South West rail franchise to First MTR, and in particular plans to reintroduce a direct service between Farnham and Guildford. “I'M very keen to see the Farnham to Guildford line re-opened. Not only would this make what is currently a complicated rail journey simple - it would also reduce peak time traffic on the A31 through Farnham.” https://tinyurl.com/mqvexxz
"18.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Extra £200,000 agreed to fight Dunsfold inquiry WAVERLEY council chiefs have signed off an additional £200,000 in taxpayers' funds to defend the decision to grant planning permission for 1,800 new homes at the home of BBC Top Gear, Dunsfold Park aerodrome. #WAVERLEY councillors continue their fight to build 1,800 new homes on land at Dunsfold Park. https://tinyurl.com/kltjd45
"18.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com New community bus becomes a reality THE much-loved community bus company, hoppa, has reached its fundraising target enabling it to buy a new bus thanks to the generous support of high-tech company, digi. THANKS to a number of generous donations the popular community bus service, hoppa, has been able purchase a new bus! https://tinyurl.com/lxruonz
"18.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com New scheme to promote sport AN innovative scheme to promote sport in the community, initiated by the Farnham Sports Council, has been welcomed by numerous agencies including Sport England, the Surrey Playing Fields and Active Surrey, the county sports partnership body. A SCHEME aiming to increase the widest community participation in #Farnham's community sports clubs and health and activity centres, is coming to town. https://tinyurl.com/l2xchut
"18.04.2017 10:42:45" farnhamherald.com Theresa May announces snap election VOTERS in South West Surrey will go to the polls not once, but twice in the next two months, after Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap general election on Tuesday morning. PRIME Minister Theresa May has called a shock snap general election - to follow just one month after the Surrey County Council and Farnham Neighbourhood Plan polls on May 4.
"16.04.2017 12:04:46" Timeline Photos A very hoppy Easter from the Herald!
"16.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com Proud moment for families at passing out ceremony SURREY Police has welcomed its latest police officer recruits into the force with a ceremony held at Guildford Cathedral. AFTER months of hard work and training #Surrey Police officers were given the opportunity to shine in front of their proud family and friends. https://tinyurl.com/lvy89ho
"15.04.2017 12:00:00" Timeline Photos #ALDERSHOT speedster Idris Kanu hurdles a desperate Torquay challenge as referee Rob Whitton plays a good advantage. https://tinyurl.com/ma68gzv
"15.04.2017 08:30:00" farnhamherald.com Muslims stage peace rally YOUNGSTERS from Farnham and Haslemere joined hundreds of Muslim youths at Westminster Bridge recently offering prayers for the victims of the recent terror attacks. #FARNHAM members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association stage a peace rally with hopes of demonstrating "the true, peaceful teachings of Islam and the commitment of British Muslims to peace and harmony". https://tinyurl.com/mwnqh7g
"14.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com Aldershot & Farnham pip Haslemere for league title HASLEMERE 0, ALDERSHOT & FARNHAM 1 ALDERSHOT & Farnham won the championship showdown match against Haslemere on Saturday, thanks to a lone goal from Mel Sutherland. ALDERSHOT and #Farnham won the championship showdown match against Haslemere on Saturday, thanks to a lone goal from Mel Sutherland. https://tinyurl.com/lsjqwzv
"14.04.2017 17:30:00" farnhamherald.com Murder cottage homes plan refused PLANS to demolish the house where Tilford man John Lowe murdered two women in 2014 and build three luxury homes in its place have been refused on appeal. PLANS to demolish the house where Tilford man John Lowe murdered two women in 2014 and build three luxury homes in its place have been refused on appeal. https://tinyurl.com/k3t4fjl
"14.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Fly-tipping next to recycling centre A BATH and other rubbish dumped just yards from Farnham's community recycling centre in Guildford Road has sparked fresh criticism of Surrey County Council's decision to introduce charges for disposing some waste. AND the fly-tipping continues in #Farnham! https://tinyurl.com/mpjwtgx
"14.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com New app set to save health service billions of pounds AN app created by two junior doctors that matches their colleagues' availability to gaps in the rota is set to make significant financial savings and deliver better staffing cover at a Surrey hospital. AN APP aimed at curbing the £3.5 billon a year spent nationwide on agency staff has been created by junior doctors at the Royal #Surrey Country Hospital. https://tinyurl.com/l5skvmg
"14.04.2017 08:30:00" farnhamherald.com Jean's just passionate about world of bees ENVIRONMENTALLY Jean Frost couldn't have chosen a better hobby when she decided to become a bee keeper as looking after our bees has become a national concern owing to the decline of these honey makers. DID you know that bees are a vital part of the ecological chain and are responsible for 80 per cent of pollination in the country? Jean Frost does! https://tinyurl.com/ms9829y
"14.04.2017 06:30:00" farnhamherald.com Senegal refugee is an inspiration AN inspirational talk by Dr Charles Dotou, a refugee from Senegal, gripped Weydon School students. WEYDON School students were mesmerised as Dr Dotou, who was granted asylum in the UK after he fled persecution at home, paid a visit. https://tinyurl.com/kfbj2cw
"13.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com Hodgson looking at houses FORMER England manager Roy Hodgson was spotted house-hunting in Farnham last week. COULD this former England manager be moving to #Farnham? https://tinyurl.com/kzqh27l
"13.04.2017 17:30:00" farnhamherald.com Single mum berates unreliable bus service A SINGLE mum of two has berated Farnham's unreliable bus services after growing tired of waiting in the rain for late buses with her young children. “I ENDED up getting pneumonia because I spent so long waiting out in the rain. It's excruciating and it's quite soul destroying...." https://tinyurl.com/k4aauar
"13.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Fundraisers take the plunge for Tuckwell SEVEN fearless fundraisers took to the skies in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. PHYLLIS Tuckwell's charity skydive has raised more than £5,000, with many people making the jump in memory of a loved one. https://tinyurl.com/l3kt2w4
"13.04.2017 14:55:56" farnhamherald.com Baillifs evicted travellers BAILIFFS have evicted an illegal traveller encampment from the Farnham Leisure Centre car park. PROFESSIONAL bailiffs were called in to evict the travellers at Farnham Leisure Centre, Waverley has confirmed.
"13.04.2017 13:27:16" farnhamherald.com Soldier behind bars after killing two girls A SOLDIER from Aldershot has been jailed for six years for causing the deaths of two teenage members of the Aldershot, Farnham and District Athletic Club last year. DRINK-drive soldier Michael Casey claimed he was 'distracted by his friend's sick' when he hit and killed teenage athletes Stacey Burrows and Lucy Pygott last year.
"13.04.2017 13:14:29" farnhamherald.com Travellers depart leisure centre car park AN illegal traveller incursion has vacated the Farnham Leisure Centre car park en masse this morning. TRAVELLERS have departed the #Farnham Leisure Centre car park after a week-long incursion.
"13.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com Lent lunch helps impoverished A FARNHAM parish has raised more than £420 by simply coming together and eating, in a bid to help transform communities around the world as part of the aid agency CAFOD's Lent campaign. “AT St Polycarp's we feel it's important to teach our children to 'serve' others. It was lovely to see the interaction between old and young and our children were excellent, well-mannered hosts." https://tinyurl.com/mg5vvkz
"13.04.2017 11:34:47" Timeline Photos TODAY'S Herald front page - get your copy now for just 50p in shops and online at www.farnhamherald.com. #SupportLocalNews
"13.04.2017 08:30:00" farnhamherald.com Take a walk for the wards in beautiful rolling countryside SIGN up now for Phyllis Tuckwell's Walk for the Wards 2017 and help raise money for a vital local charity. TAKE a stroll through Surrey's stunning countryside, whilst raising money for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. https://tinyurl.com/mh2wbha
"13.04.2017 06:30:00" farnhamherald.com Spring is definitely in the air IT'S safe to say that spring has certainly sprung at Birdworld over the past few weeks and Birdworld's gardens are now bursting with blossoms and new growth. COME and see Birdworld's latest newbies at the Jenny Wren Farm just outside #Farnham centre. https://tinyurl.com/lplglu9
"12.04.2017 17:30:00" farnhamherald.com Generous grant to school CHILDREN in Need has granted Hale School £78,503 over the next three years to support children and families in north Farnham. HALE School in #Farnham has been granted a whopping £78,503 from Children in Need! https://tinyurl.com/mspza9v
"12.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Pupils in chocolate heaven PUPILS enjoyed a choc-tastic last day of term as Waverley Abbey School held its annual Easter Eggstravaganza event last week. IT was eggs galore at Waverley Abbey School in #Farnham! https://tinyurl.com/mf6wbbe
"12.04.2017 13:55:26" farnhamherald.com Tie a yellow ribbon for Nazanin LAMPPOSTS in West Street and The Borough have been adorned with brightly coloured ribbon today, in solidarity with Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who is currently serving a five-year jail sentence in… HAVE you spotted the yellow ribbons in #Farnham today? #FreeNazanin
"12.04.2017 12:08:41" farnhamherald.com Walk for burns unit GET walking for charity this bank holiday and support Grada Helsdon as she raises money for the Burns Unit at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, which helped and supported her after a cooking mishap left a quarter of her body seriously burned. DIG out those walking boots in aid of the Burns Unit at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital this Bank Holiday weekend. https://tinyurl.com/lqoto8b
"12.04.2017 06:44:18" farnhamherald.com Research shows stereotyping in the work place GAY men and lesbian women face discrimination when seeking leadership positions due to the sound of their voice, a new study in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour has found. A STUDY, carried out by researchers at the University of Surrey, has found that gay men and lesbian women face discrimination when seeking leadership positions due to the sound of their voice. https://tinyurl.com/l4sk4ao
"11.04.2017 17:43:09" farnhamherald.com Illegal cosmetics seized TRADING standards officers in Surrey have seized hundreds of illegal skin-lightening products containing an ingredient linked to cancer. TWO shipments of potentially dangerous cosmetics have been seized by trading standards officers in Surrey. https://tinyurl.com/loalqubby
"11.04.2017 16:35:54" farnhamherald.com Hayley set for marathon run in aid of Macmillan A FAMILIAR face to customers of Argos in West Street, Hayley Barratt, is gearing up to run the London Marathon later this month in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. ARGOS' Hayley Barratt, is clocking up the miles as she prepares for this year's London Marathon in memory of her step-dad. https://tinyurl.com/m6ecpwx
"11.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com Good public turnout for annual town meeting AROUND 100 Farnham residents, including a large cohort of students from the University for the Creative Arts, attended the Annual Town Meeting on Thursday, March 23, at The Bush Hotel. CONCERNS were raised about a lack of student and affordable accommodation within #Farnham at this year's annual town meeting. https://tinyurl.com/kumsuol
"11.04.2017 10:51:30" farnhamherald.com Travellers issue with court summons WAVERLEY council has issued a court summons to a group of travellers occupying the Farnham Leisure Centre car park. UPDATE: A court summons has been issued to a group of travellers occupying the Farnham Leisure Centre car park.
"11.04.2017 08:30:00" farnhamherald.com Mad for Red Nose Day STUDENTS and staff of Weydon School in Farnham pushed aside their workbooks as they took part in a day of fundraising for Red Nose Day. THROUGH a variety of activities Weydon School in #Farnham raised an impressive £2,993 for charity! https://tinyurl.com/kl43qzj
"11.04.2017 06:30:00" farnhamherald.com Explore creative side at gallery FAMILIES can explore their creative sides at the Watts Gallery's new Sunday drop-in craft sessions. FIND your inner artist at The Watts Gallery, a unique art gallery and heritage site in Compton, as it launches its Sunday drop-in craft sessions. https://tinyurl.com/mx9p9rj
"10.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com University ranked best in South East THE University of Surrey has been ranked the best in the South East in this year's prestigious Student Experience Survey, compiled by Times Higher Education (THE). THINKING of university? Then check out the University of Surrey as it gets ranked the best in the region. https://tinyurl.com/lrfstg7
"10.04.2017 17:30:00" farnhamherald.com How candidates line up for Surrey county elections A TOTAL of 14 candidates will battle it out for Farnham's three Surrey County Council seats at the elections on Thursday, May 4, it has been confirmed. SURREY residents who have not yet registered to vote in this May's elections should do so before Thursday, April 13. https://tinyurl.com/kkk3sjy
"10.04.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Specsavers is new sponsor THE Farnham branch of Specsavers is the new principal sponsor of Farnham in Bloom, the town council has announced. HOPING to bag some more awards this year #Farnham in Bloom have announced Specsavers, on West Street, as its 2017 sponsor. https://tinyurl.com/ljvyqfu
"10.04.2017 13:30:44" farnhamherald.com Travellers ignore eviction notice A GROUP of travellers have ignored an eviction notice after setting up camp in the Farnham Leisure Centre car park last week. MORE than a dozen caravans have pitched up next to Farnham Leisure Centre - and are refusing to budge.
"10.04.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com Fran's study helping to make stolen dogs too hot to handle FARNHAM resident Fran McWade, who studied a degree in psychology and criminology in 2014, was delighted to be given the opportunity to present extracts from her dissertation - 'The First Academic Perspective of Dog Theft', at the Dog Theft Awareness Day “I AM honoured and thrilled that my work is being used for Pet Theft Awareness and that I am able to help fight against this crime,” said Fran. https://tinyurl.com/lbsmduz
"10.04.2017 06:30:17" farnhamherald.com Easter bunny arrives early EASTER arrived at St Andrew's Infant School on the last day of term, starting with a traditional Easter service in St Andrew's Church. FARNHAM's parish church was choc-a-block last week as St Andrew's pupils hopped in for an eggcellent Easter service!
"09.04.2017 17:30:05" farnhamherald.com Rikke returns as winner RIKKE Askew of Farnham Boxing Club was victorious as he jumped back in the ring for his first pro fight in the home corner at York Hall in Bethnal Green, London. WELL done Rikke!
"09.04.2017 12:00:20" farnhamherald.com Reporter in the eye of the storm A JOURNALIST from Farnham found herself at the centre of a media storm this week after football manager David Moyes told her she might “get a slap”. A JOURNO from Farnham was caught up in the David Moyes 'slap' scandal this week.
"09.04.2017 08:30:01" farnhamherald.com Explore creative side at gallery FAMILIES can explore their creative sides at the Watts Gallery's new Sunday drop-in craft sessions. CHECK out the Watts Gallery's new free family workshops.
"08.04.2017 17:30:29" farnhamherald.com Pupils take up Fairtrade cause PUPILS at St Peter's School in Farnham celebrated Fairtrade Fortnight by selling cakes which had to include at least one Fairtrade ingredient. TOP banana St Peter's School!
"08.04.2017 12:00:14" farnhamherald.com Frensham north-easterly brings best out of Cadets FRENSHAM Pond Sailing Club's Cadet Open meeting was a complete contrast to the recent, becalmed 'Frenzy'. YOUNG Cadet sailors revelled in the windy conditions at Frensham Pond during the club's Cadet Open meeting.
"08.04.2017 08:30:12" farnhamherald.com Farnham are champions – and the season goes on FARNHAM 31, BATTERSEA IRONSIDES 10 FARNHAM wrapped up the league championship to go alongside promotion back to London 2, with a fairly comfortable victory over Battersea Ironsides on Saturday. CONGRATULATIONS to Farnham Rugby Club on winning the league championship!
"08.04.2017 06:33:17" Timeline Photos GET the barbecue out, it's going to be a cracker!
"07.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com Granite worktops meet unfortunate end A LORRY load of brand new granite worktops met an unfortunate end near the Shepherd and Flock roundabout this week. Ooops!
"07.04.2017 17:30:19" farnhamherald.com How candidates line up for Surrey county elections A TOTAL of 14 candidates will battle it out for Farnham's three Surrey County Council seats at the elections on Thursday, May 4, it has been confirmed. FIND out who's standing for election in your area this May...
"07.04.2017 16:30:44" farnhamherald.com All set for first town wine festival THE Mayor of Farnham, John Ward, visited Majestic in Farnham this week in advance of the first Farnham Wine Festival which will take place at Farnham Maltings on April 7 and 8. DON'T miss the first ever Farnham Wine Festival at the Maltings tonight and tomorrow!
"07.04.2017 12:01:04" farnhamherald.com New mini-bus for Abbey School THE Abbey School has a spanking new 17-seater Ford Transit minibus thanks to The Children With Special Needs Foundation (CWSNF) and Alan Greenwood & Sons. MEMBERS of The Abbey School in Farnham are feeling incredibly grateful after receiving a new 17-seater mini bus.
"07.04.2017 08:30:03" farnhamherald.com Popular run makes return THE Barfield Bolt, an increasingly popular family fun run open to all, is back for another year. MONEY from this year's Barfield Bolt will go towards bringing autistic children closer to home.
"07.04.2017 06:30:10" farnhamherald.com Flower power to combat polio ANYONE going up or down Castle Street will have seen the colourful array of purple crocuses planted by Farnham Weyside Rotary Club. IF you're in Farnham today take a walk up Castle Street and check out the radiant purple crocuses recently planted.
"06.04.2017 18:30:33" farnhamherald.com Waverley urging people to recycle food waste WAVERLEY Borough Council has launched a new campaign to encourage residents to recycle more food waste. “RECYCLING just six tea bags could produce enough electricity to boil the kettle for another cuppa."
"06.04.2017 17:30:06" farnhamherald.com Waverley to charge Blue Badge holders to park their cars DISABLED drivers are to be charged to park in all Waverley car parks unless they can prove they are receiving income-related benefits. DON'T get caught out as Waverley bring in changes to Blue Badge holders parking within the borough's car parks.
"06.04.2017 16:30:06" farnhamherald.com Brownies spell message out loud and clear THE 1st Tilford Brownies is in danger of closing unless more volunteers come forward. TILFORD Brownies need your help and urgently!
"06.04.2017 12:00:59" farnhamherald.com Michele has eyes set on marathon MICHELE Taylor will be celebrating 10 years of working for local charity, Citizens Advice Waverley, by running the London Marathon. MICHELE is clocking up the miles in preparation for this year's London Marathon in aid of Citizens Advice #Waverley.
"06.04.2017 08:30:10" farnhamherald.com Church looking at alternative community uses A FARNHAM church is looking at new ways that the community can use its facilities. ST John's Church in #Hale wants to create an expansion and needs your help on deciding what it can be used for.
"06.04.2017 06:30:27" farnhamherald.com Farnham Runners ladies look secure in top flight FARNHAM Runners ladies came away from the Eastleigh 10km with fifth team place in the top flight of the Hampshire Road Race League. #FARNHAM Runners ladies came away from the Eastleigh 10km with fifth team place in the top flight of the Hampshire Road Race League.
"05.04.2017 18:30:11" farnhamherald.com Pupils celebrate Red Nose Day IT was red noses galore at The Ridgeway Community School in Farnham as pupils completed a sponsored walk while digging deep in their pockets for Red Nose Day. PUPILS at The Ridgeway Community School in Farnham got all creative for this year's Red Nose Day!
"05.04.2017 17:30:30" farnhamherald.com Rail link plans on track after takeover PLANS to reintroduce direct rail services between Farnham and Guildford are moving full steam ahead, after the Department of Transport (DfT) awarded the Stagecoach South West Trains (SWT) franchise… A NEW Farnham to Guildford rail service could be introduced alongside better trains, more seats & quicker journeys. http://buff.ly/2p0Ni50
"05.04.2017 16:30:01" farnhamherald.com Stu aiming to inspire other ME sufferers A CHRONIC fatigue syndrome suffer from Farnham is thrilled after being given a place in this year's London Marathon in aid the Royal National Institute for the Blind. A CHRONIC fatigue syndrome sufferer is raising money for the blind as he gears up for this year's London Marathon.
"05.04.2017 16:14:21" Timeline Photos A MAN was left with a large cut to the head after an assault near St Mark's Church, Upper Hale this morning. http://www.farnhamherald.com/article.cfm?id=118229&headline=Witness%20appeal%20following%20unprovoked%20attack§ionIs=news&searchyear=2017
"05.04.2017 12:01:22" farnhamherald.com Plenty of choice for gardeners PHYLLIS Tuckwell Hospice has a wide variety of plants on sale at low prices for those wanting to brighten up the garden after the dull winter months. WANT a garden people envy? Then head down to Phyllis Tuckwell's Farnham hospice and pick up some plants now.
"05.04.2017 08:30:12" farnhamherald.com Kelly's cycle challenge makes welcome return KELLY'S Storage Charity Events are repeating their hugely popular cycle sportive in May, with every penny raised going to benefit a local charity, Challengers, which provides play and leisure for… GET fit for charity and sign up for now Kelly's cycle challenge - all riders can be sure of a truly scenic cycle.
"05.04.2017 06:30:04" farnhamherald.com Performers and venues required THIS June there's an exciting new event to look out for – the Farnham Flash Festival, a whole month of performances every day. FANCY being part of a flash mob or have a venue where one can take over? Then click below for more information!
"04.04.2017 18:30:00" farnhamherald.com New season gets under way at Rural museum THE new season at the Rural Life Centre promises to be another invigorating breath of fresh air. THE Rural Life Centre in Tilford is jam-packed with activities this spring, check them out below!
"04.04.2017 17:30:19" farnhamherald.com Shiver me timbers - pirates are taking over Birdworld JOIN the festivities at Birdworld this Easter by taking part in the great annual Birdworld Easter Egg hunts. EASTER will see the return of Birdworld's popular Pirate Activity Week, sign up now and enjoy some swashbuckling fun and games.
"04.04.2017 16:30:01" farnhamherald.com Indulge passion for fashion FRENSHAM Pond Hotel is staging a Shades of Summer charity fashion show n aid of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care. IN need of new summer clothes? Then head down to Frensham Pond Hotel for its Shades of Summer charity fashion show.
"04.04.2017 12:00:01" buff.ly Performers and venues required THIS June there's an exciting new event to look out for – the Farnham Flash Festival, a whole month of performances every day. FANCY being part of a flash mob or have a venue where one can take over? Then click below for more information!
"04.04.2017 08:30:16" farnhamherald.com Laura needs more surgery in US A YOUNG woman from Farnham, who survived eight months of life-saving treatment in the USA last year for a rare connective tissue disorder, is fundraising for her return to America for more essential… HELP raise £100,000 for Laura's pioneering brain surgeries in the USA.
"03.04.2017 18:30:06" farnhamherald.com Play area given a revamp WORK on the new play area at Oast House Crescent in Farnham has been completed following a £30,000 upgrade by Waverley Borough Council. CHILDREN can now enjoy Farnham's latest addition as Oast House Crescent's play area gets revamped.
"03.04.2017 17:30:18" farnhamherald.com Brownie unit in desperate need of someone to take over the reins AN urgent appeal is being made for a new Brownie leader to take on the running of the popular 1st Runfold Brownies. RUNFOLD Brownies are desperately seeking a new leader to take over the running of the unit to keep it open.
"03.04.2017 16:30:16" farnhamherald.com Graduation time for students FRENSHAM charity The Helen Ariel Dyslexia Centre held a graduate ceremony at Farnham Castle for students from Surrey and also Berkshire, East Sussex, Essex, Hampshire, Kent, London, Middlesex, West… "OUR graduates have demonstrated the high standards that Helen Arkell are known for and we congratulate them for their achievements."
"03.04.2017 12:00:04" farnhamherald.com Tablers come to club's assistance BOURNE Blades FC have taken delivery of new goalposts with the financial support of Farnham Round Table. BOURNE Blades FC have been enjoying their new goalposts thanks to the kindness of Farnham Round Table.
"03.04.2017 06:30:01" farnhamherald.com Trusted users trial dementia technology A GROUP of 20 'Trusted Users' recruited to test the technological devices being used in a major NHS study ahead of launch say they are already benefiting from the technology in their homes. A PIONEERING study into NHS treatment for dementia in Surrey has been hailed by patients and carers.
"02.04.2017 17:30:19" farnhamherald.com Bread maker is new attraction FARNHAM Country Market has been swelled by a new member who is a specialist bread maker. FRESHLY baked rustic breads, Belgian and hot cross buns anyone?
"02.04.2017 12:00:48" farnhamherald.com New style Festival of Transport THE Herald is teaming up with Farnham Weyside Rotary Club this summer to produce a brand new, bigger and better Festival of Transport and Charity Fair. THE Herald Festival of Transport will return bigger and better than ever before this May!
"02.04.2017 08:30:10" farnhamherald.com Stellar gymnasts make the grade EARLIER this month gymnasts from Stellar Gymnastics in Farnham took their National Development Pathway Grades at the Spectrum in Guildford. "ALL of our girls should be very proud of the hard work and dedication they have shown since the start of the year."
"01.04.2017 17:30:07" farnhamherald.com Waverley buys £2.4m business unit WAVERLEY Borough Council has kicked off its new investment strategy with the purchase of a £2. WAVERLEY has splashed £2.4 million of taxpayers' cash on a business unit in #Farnham.
"01.04.2017 12:00:11" farnhamherald.com Big adventure for families TAKE advantage of the warmer weather with Waverley's biggest adventure for families throughout Farnham over the Easter holidays. THE popular Xplorer fun family challenge will return to Farnham Park this Easter.
"01.04.2017 09:04:46" Timeline Photos MINE'S a margarita! NEW rail operator First MTR has proposed a fleet of Hong Kong-style 'cocktail bar trains' between Farnham and Waterloo, the Herald understands.
"01.04.2017 08:30:11" farnhamherald.com Hedgehogs donate quiz proceedings to charities THE Hedgehogs presented cheques of £1,000 each to charities Farnham ASSIST and Change of Scene arising from the net funds raised at its annual quiz night held in February at Weydon School. #FARNHAM charities Farnham ASSIST and Change of Scene have been awarded £1,000 each from The Hedgehogs.
"31.03.2017 18:30:04" farnhamherald.com Invitation to join the party JOIN the party this Saturday (April 1) as Tilford gets ready for the grand opening of the revamped Jubilee play area in Shepherds Way. JOIN the party to celebrate Tilford's brand new children's play area tomorrow!
"31.03.2017 17:30:27" farnhamherald.com Surrey County Council elections looming ELECTIONS to Surrey County Council take place on Thursday, May 4. ELECTIONS to Surrey County Council take place on Thursday, May 4.
"31.03.2017 16:30:18" farnhamherald.com Residents being urged to back planning blueprint A REFERENDUM will be held on the Farnham Neighbourhood Plan on Thursday, May 4, along side the Surrey County Council elections. “AFTER several years of hard work, Farnham's Neighbourhood Plan is a step closer to being adopted"
"31.03.2017 14:29:44" Timeline Photos Happy Easter hols!
"31.03.2017 12:00:50" farnhamherald.com Ground-breaking work could save thousands of lives APPROXIMATELY one in every 250 people in the South East has familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH), a potentially deadly inherited condition which, if undiagnosed, can cause people to die from a heart… “OUR research has meant that we are now able to diagnose people with familial hypercholesterolaemia (FH)"
"31.03.2017 08:30:19" farnhamherald.com Sewage consultation extended THE Environment Agency is appealing for comments on an environmental permit application received from Countrywide Park Homes, which seeks to release 43. HAVE your say on plans to release treated sewage into Frensham Pond.
"31.03.2017 06:30:15" farnhamherald.com A perfect bunch of horrors A LITTLE Shop of Horrors production by Showshack's Elite Theatre students was declared “an amazing showcase of talent” by more than 140 friends and family who turned up to watch the comedy horror… SHOWSHACK students enthralled with the story of a down-trodden florist and a plant bent on world domination!
"30.03.2017 18:30:16" farnhamherald.com Weydon cricket girls hit impressive winning streak WEYDON School U15 girls cricket team won all four of their matches in the Surrey finals making it through to the regional finals at the Ageas Bowl in Hampshire on Thursday, April 27. WEYDON'S under-15 girls cricket team are heading to the historic Rose Bowl after making the regional finals.
"30.03.2017 17:30:07" farnhamherald.com Clare Park proudly unveils new state-of-the art facilities SPIRE Clare Park Hospital in Crondall welcomed members of the local healthcare community at the opening of a new, dedicated, high definition endoscopy suite named 'The Taylor Endoscopy Unit' on… “THIS is an important landmark in the hospital's 36-year history.”
"30.03.2017 16:30:07" farnhamherald.com Time for Easter eggstravaganza SINCE 2007 the Lions Club of Farnham has raised more than £60,000 to support the Kent Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance via its annual 'Easter Eggstravaganza' appeal and is looking forward to raising… THE Lions Club 'Eggstravaganza' will raise money for Kent Sussex and Surrey Air Ambulance this Easter.
"30.03.2017 12:00:15" farnhamherald.com MP in 'awe' of security after terror attack FARNHAM MP Jeremy Hunt has expressed his “awe” for Britain's security forces after witnessing the horrific attack in Westminster first hand last week. “I FEEL nothing but awe for the brave men and women who defend our democracy."
"30.03.2017 11:14:22" Timeline Photos CALLING all househunters - don't miss your free Herald Homes supplement inside this week's paper, hot off the press this morning!
"30.03.2017 10:35:27" Timeline Photos TODAY'S Herald front page. Grab your copy now for just 50p in shops and online at www.farnhamherald.com. #SupportLocalNews
"30.03.2017 10:06:20" farnhamherald.com Hard-hitting lesson on dangers surrounding the misuse of alcohol STUDENTS from across Surrey are getting a hard-hitting lesson on the risks of underage drinking as part of an international programme reaching 135,000 students – All Hallows School in Farnham was the… PUPILS from All Hallows School in #Farnham learn the dangers of abusing alcohol.
"30.03.2017 08:30:06" farnhamherald.com Pupils stage meeting in town council chamber PUPILS from More House School in Frensham have had the opportunity to conduct their weekly school council meeting in the formal surroundings of the council chamber at Farnham Town Council. A LIVELY debate about school uniform and charitable deeds took place in the council's chambers as pupils took over.
"30.03.2017 06:30:12" farnhamherald.com Walking festival launched FARNHAM'S first walking festival has been launched and includes a number of accessible walks that will enable wheelchair users and walkers of all abilities and ages to discover historic Farnham and… GET involved in #Farnham's first walking festival by signing up today!
"29.03.2017 18:30:35" farnhamherald.com Make a hand print animal INTERNATIONAL wildlife charity, Born Free Foundation, has launched a competition to mark United Nations World Wildlife Day – the foundation is asking children and young people to 'make their mark… DOES your child have an opinion on wildlife? Then let them voice it in Born Free Foundation's latest competition.
"29.03.2017 17:30:41" farnhamherald.com Military college steals a march THE motivational Military Preparation College for Training (MPCT) group, which helps many young people to build life skills, self-confidence and physical fitness through an 'active learning'… THE Military Preparation College for Training group has been shortlisted for a national accolade.
"29.03.2017 16:30:04" farnhamherald.com Schools face four day week FARNHAM secondary school heads joined 3,500 schools across England on Tuesday in an unprecedented mass protest against a new national funding formula that could force the introduction of a four-day… “IF this campaign is not successful, our school budget will shrink by 10%. I am urging every parent to join us, to save our state school system."
"29.03.2017 08:30:12" farnhamherald.com Easter activities to keep children amused SQUIRE'S Garden Centre in Badshot Lea has organised some a number activities to keep the children entertained in the Easter holidays. GET creative this Easter at Squire's Garden Centre in #Badshot Lea!
"29.03.2017 06:30:09" farnhamherald.com Music In The Park tickets now on sale MUSIC in the Park is back and tickets are now on sale. GET ready for this year's Music in the Park, the hugely popular music event which raises money for Phyllis Tuckwell.
"28.03.2017 18:30:21" farnhamherald.com Wings & Wheels RAF line-up confirmed WINGS & Wheels is delighted to confirm the RAF Red Arrows will be headlining the 2017 air display along with the RAF Typhoon Display team and the Lancaster and two Spitfires from the Battle of… DON'T miss out on a spectacular Wings & Wheels air show this summer. Book your tickets now!
"28.03.2017 17:30:15" farnhamherald.com Showshack principal joins host of stars to celebrate Dame Vera SHOWSHACK Dance and Theatre School principal Pauline Thomson, who founded Showshack in 1995, was delighted and honoured to be invited to dance at the London Palladium on Saturday in 'A Tribute to… A #FARNHAM dance teacher is on cloud nine after taking part in Dame Vera Lynn's 100th anniversary celebrations.
"28.03.2017 16:30:16" farnhamherald.com Farnham Floorball marks tenth anniversary with league championship double success TEN years ago, on March 17, 2007, a small group of children gathered at Farnham Sports Centre to try a new sport, floorball. "WE are proud of our young athletes and the passion and skill that they have shown this league season."
"28.03.2017 12:00:27" farnhamherald.com Bloomin' gardening sessions for kids is back FARNHAM Town Council's popular Bloomin' Kids' gardening workshops will return on Tuesday, April 11, and Thursday, April 13. FREE children's gardening workshops this April - click below for more information.
"28.03.2017 08:32:10" farnhamherald.com Volunteers thanked by Lord-Lieutenant WAVERLEY volunteers were among the supporters of 18 Surrey charities and organisations nominated for the prestigious Queen's Award for Voluntary Service 2017, who received an official 'thank you' at… WAVERLEY volunteers have been awarded for their outstanding contribution helping to keep local communities alive.
"28.03.2017 06:30:20" farnhamherald.com Speak out and stay safe A REPRESENTATIVE from the NSPCC joined members of St Mary's Infant School in Frensham, as they gave a special assembly about their Speak out, Stay safe service. ST Mary's Infant School in #Frensham has raised over £1,000 after taking part in the NSPCC's Buddy's Big Workout.
"27.03.2017 18:30:20" farnhamherald.com School praised for work with young carers POTTERS Gate Primary School in Farnham has been presented with a Bronze award for its work to make sure students don't miss out on an education because they are young carers. POTTERS Gate School has achieved a Bronze award after showing true commitment and support to its young carers.
"27.03.2017 17:30:13" farnhamherald.com Focus on domestic abuse A RECENT conference hosted by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, brought together professionals from across the county including front line police officers, doctors and representatives… "WE must understand risks and warning signs to identify victims at the earliest opportunity, ensuring they receive the support they need and perpetrators are brought to justice."
"27.03.2017 16:30:00" farnhamherald.com Rail users advised to check before they travel RAIL users are advised to check before they travel due to major engineering works at Guildford over two weekends in April and on two Sundays in May. MAJOR engineering works are taking place in Guildford this weekend - rail users are being advised to plan ahead.
"27.03.2017 12:01:10" farnhamherald.com Lions make it a special day FARNHAM Lions pulled out all the stops to make sure the club's annual Elderly Persons Party was one to remember. “FOR many of our guests it's a rare opportunity to leave their homes and enjoy the company of others.”
"26.03.2017 17:30:33" farnhamherald.com Residents accuse Hart council of 'done deal' RESIDENTS campaigning against plans to build 30 new homes in Redlands Lane, Crondall, have accused the district council of “bending rules” to accommodate the developer. HART council has been criticised for accepting a £300,000 payment from a developer before granting planning consent.
"26.03.2017 12:00:26" Timeline Photos THE Farnham Neighbourhood Plan will go to a public vote this May after passing independent examination. http://buff.ly/2nekxSS
"26.03.2017 08:30:02" farnhamherald.com Waverley pupils are feeling really rocky FORTY-eight pupils from Waverley Abbey School in Farnham are feeling ecstatic after their recent victory in the Southern Heats of J Rock. YOUNG dancers from Waverley Abbey School have booked a place in the national finals of the J Rock competition.
"25.03.2017 18:30:29" farnhamherald.com US death being treated as murder investigation FRIENDS of Lizzie Brown, Farnham's “first animal aunt”, who moved to Kansas City in the USA in the 1990s, were shocked to hear her death on January 29 is being investigated as a murder. POLICE in Kansas City have launched a murder investigation after the death of a #Farnham woman in the US.
"25.03.2017 13:00:21" farnhamherald.com Go-karting company now celebrating 25th year THE UK's leading indoor go-karting company, TeamSport, whose head office is based in Farnham, is celebrating its 25th birthday this year and to mark the event will open its 20th track in Sheffield. A GO-karting firm with origins in Farnham is celebrating its 25th anniversary
"25.03.2017 09:30:00" farnhamherald.com Jade says goodbye to long tresses FARNHAM Sea Cadet, Jade Newell, decided to do something different for her 16th birthday as she waved goodbye to her long locks with hopes of making someone else's life that bit easier. SEA cadet Jade Newell chopped off her locks for children battling the effects of cancer and alopecia.
"24.03.2017 19:30:02" farnhamherald.com Clean-up volunteers spring into action FARNHAM'S largest litter picking effort to date has uncovered some unusual items of rubbish including an old carpet, a foot-long pipe joint, a car bumper and an installation CD for Microsoft Windows. HAS anyone misplaced a foot-long pipe joint?!
"24.03.2017 18:30:01" farnhamherald.com Leadership challenge defeated SURREY Leader David Hodge survived a vote of no confidence at Tuesday's full council meeting. THINGS are hotting up at Surrey County Council...
"24.03.2017 17:30:23" farnhamherald.com RNLI seeking new volunteers VOLUNTEERS from the RNLI's fundraising branch in Farnham are looking for new volunteers to join their team and are inviting people to their next recruitment evening on April 7. COULD you volunteer for the RNLI's Farnham fundraising group?
"24.03.2017 13:00:40" farnhamherald.com Students shoot film at former barracks STUDENTS from the University of Creative Arts (UCA) in Farnham have filmed a music video at Woolmer Forest Studios at the former Prince Philip barracks in Bordon. FILM students at UCA Farnham put their skills to good use to shoot a music video for rock band Shaken Tailor.
"24.03.2017 11:39:26" farnhamherald.com Make a special gift for Mother's Day THIS Saturday and Sunday (March 25 and 26) Squire's Garden Centre in Badshot Lea is running a 'Create & Grow' Mother's Day planting weekend. STILL need some ideas for Mother's Day? http://buff.ly/2nYbXaF's%20Day§ionIs=news&searchyear=2017
"24.03.2017 11:28:36" farnhamherald.com Farmers' market will have all the right ingredients for Mother's Day THIS Sunday's farmers' market will have all the ingredients sons and daughters need to cook up a very special Mothering Sunday meal. TREAT mum to some last minute goodies for Mother's Day at this Sunday's Farnham farmers' market.
"23.03.2017 18:52:37" Timeline Photos ST Andrew's CofE Infant School has proudly become an academy with the Diocese of Guildford's Good Shepherd Trust, which has pledged its commitment to securing its future in the heart of Farnham. https://tinyurl.com/md3mpz8
"23.03.2017 17:53:34" Timeline Photos IN a bid to raise awareness of duchenne muscular dystrophy four local men have raised an incredible £11,000 for charity. https://tinyurl.com/lsvoh6g
"23.03.2017 17:30:33" farnhamherald.com Westminster attack: Tributes paid in Surrey and Hampshire PUBLIC figures, landmarks and authorities in Surrey and Hampshire have paid tribute to the victims of Wednesday's deadly attack in London. FARNHAM Castle lowered its flag to half-mast today in honour of victims of the deadly Westminster attack.
"23.03.2017 13:30:00" Timeline Photos GET down to Farnham Maltings this Wednesday as Spilikin, the robot, answers your questions. https://tinyurl.com/me9kj7k.
"23.03.2017 07:30:00" Timeline Photos MUSIC in the Vineyard didn't disappoint as Surrey-based band, Out of the Shadows, kept visitors entertained all night long. https://tinyurl.com/kqc9zec.
"22.03.2017 19:30:00" Timeline Photos THE Woodlarks Centre in Farnham relies on volunteers to do those extra little things which make it a warm, friendly and happy place to live – can you spare an hour or two? https://tinyurl.com/kszuoxn
"22.03.2017 18:30:00" Timeline Photos ALWAYS wanted to jump out of a plane for charity? Then click below for more information. https://tinyurl.com/ltd6m6e
"22.03.2017 17:31:39" Timeline Photos SPARK, the annual youth arts festival, is making its return to the Farnham Maltings this weekend – don't miss out! https://tinyurl.com/l47m889
"22.03.2017 12:00:00" farnhamherald.com Brightwells campaigners reflect on next move A HIGH Court challenge that could have forced Waverley to re-tender its £100 million scheme to regenerate East Street, was dismissed last week in a legal judgement that could have repercussions across the country. A HIGH Court challenge that could have forced Waverley to re-tender its £100 million scheme to regenerate East Street, was dismissed last week in a legal judgement that could have repercussions across the country. http://buff.ly/2nwZoG6
"21.03.2017 19:30:52" farnhamherald.com Stellar gymnasts take gold STELLAR Gymnastics' Silver Team are over the moon after walking away with gold at their recent Grades Practice Competition in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. #FARNHAM gymnasts triumphantly take home gold!
"21.03.2017 18:30:20" farnhamherald.com Five out of six get their first choice in school places SURREY offered five out of six applicants their first preference secondary school after demand for places reached a record high. AS demand for school places reached a record high, Surrey was able to offer over 80% of applicants their first choice secondary school.
"21.03.2017 17:30:21" farnhamherald.com SWT director steps down after 10 years SOUTH West Trains (SWT) managing director, Christian Roth, has decided to step down after nearly a decade with the business. “I WOULD like to thank Christian for his contribution to the business over the past decade and wish him well for the future."
"21.03.2017 13:01:03" farnhamherald.com Pupils bury time capsule AFTER weeks of creating artwork and stories to be buried in a time capsule in the grounds of Keble Court retirement development, the day finally arrived for pupils from St Nicholas' School in Church... #FARNHAM pupils have been writing stories and creating artwork about what they think life will be like in 50 years' time.
"21.03.2017 09:32:40" farnhamherald.com Town is second best place to live IT'S official - Farnham is one of the best places to live for scenery, strong sense of community, culture, food and drink, education and much much more. #FARNHAM came in at number two in The Sunday Times' shortlist of the 15 most desirable locations in the South East.
"21.03.2017 07:30:36" farnhamherald.com Daffodil Appeal a doubly grand event THE Farnham fundraising group for Marie Curie have raised more than £2,000 for the charity's Great Daffodil Appeal in under two days, thanks to the generosity of people in the Farnham area. MORE than £2,000 has been raised for Marie Curie's Great Daffodil Appeal thanks to you, the community of #Farnham!
"20.03.2017 19:30:28" farnhamherald.com 'No bail out for the cathedral' warning CONCERN for the future of the 'mother church' of the diocese is mounting, following confirmation from the Archbishop of Canterbury that there will be no rescue package for Guildford Cathedral. “WITHOUT this planning permission there will be no endowment, no investment income and possibly no cathedral.”
"20.03.2017 18:30:11" farnhamherald.com Valuable carp stolen in burglary STAFF at Squire's Garden Centre, Badshot Lea, were left “absolutely devastated” by the theft of 10 large Koi carp and a sturgeon, valued at £7,725, from the display pond. TEN large Koi carp and a sturgeon, valued at £7,725, have been stolen from Squire's Garden Centre in Badshot Lea.
"20.03.2017 17:30:05" farnhamherald.com Hogwarts arrives at Potters Gate PUPILS at Potters Gate School were given the chance to attend the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry last week, in a series of after-school workshops. POTTERS Gate School is no more as Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry arrives in #Farnham.
"20.03.2017 13:05:54" farnhamherald.com Surrey on track to save SURREY County Council is on track to save local taxpayers more than £150 million since 2010 at a rate of almost £60,000 every day through striking better deals. SURREY has made a total of £450m worth of savings from its annual budget since 2010 and is aiming to save £700m by 2020.
"20.03.2017 07:30:21" farnhamherald.com Dunsfold homes scheme 'called in' WAVERLEY'S blueprint for future housing development suffered a setback on Budget Day with the government decision to 'call in' outline plans for 1,800 new homes at Dunsfold Park. WAVERLEY'S blueprint for future housing development suffered a setback with the government decision to 'call in' outline plans for 1,800 new homes at Dunsfold Park.
"19.03.2017 18:30:15" farnhamherald.com Woodlarks hoping to bag loads of cash THE Woodlarks Centre in Farnham is bidding to bag a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. SPARE a thought for The Woodlarks Centre in #Farnham when casting a vote in the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
"19.03.2017 13:00:39" farnhamherald.com Flying the flag for Commonwealth A FLAG-raising ceremony took place on Monday at the Farnham Town Council offices to commemorate Commonwealth Day. A CELEBRATION has taken place in Farnham to mark Commonwealth Day on Monday, March 13.
"19.03.2017 09:30:06" farnhamherald.com 'Secret deal' revealed by BBC SURREY Leader David Hodge has come under renewed attack over the county council's shock budget U-turn which saw a proposed 15 per cent tax hike reduced a rise of 4. THE prime minister Theresa May has repeatedly denied Surrey County Council was given what Labour called “a sweetheart deal” but in a recording, Mr Hodge said he had written government assurances and recordings of talks.
"18.03.2017 18:30:11" farnhamherald.com Couple out to show appreciation of wonderful live-saving medical staff PREPARATIONS are under way for a Farnham couple as they gear up for this year's Dragon Tour and London Revolution cycling challenges, in aid of the intensive care neurological unit at St George's… EVEN a brain aneurysm won't stop former elite level cyclist Bernie from doing what she loves most!
"18.03.2017 13:00:07" farnhamherald.com Retiring RNLI supporters thanked for their hard work DAVID and Caroline Urbani, the retiring chairman and secretary of the Farnham branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Intuition (RNLI), have been honoured with awards for outstanding service. RETIRING RNLI committee members are remembered for their hard work and dedication over the past 18 years.
"18.03.2017 09:30:26" farnhamherald.com Sandwich shop in line for award A FARNHAM sandwich shop is in the running to be crowned 'Sandwich Designer of the Year 2017' as the competition moves into its semi-final stage. TASTEBUDS of #Farnham in Downing Street has been nominated for 'Sandwich Designer of the Year 2017'!
"17.03.2017 19:30:50" farnhamherald.com Sweet taste of victory for football club as new ground approved THE long awaited kick start for Badshot Lea Football Club was finally realised last week and it's now all systems go for the move to its purpose-built new home in Westfield Lane, Wrecclesham. “HAVING a new facility will give us the much-needed 'home' that we have so badly needed over the years."
"17.03.2017 18:30:49" farnhamherald.com Waverley sees rise in fly-tipping A GAP between the amount of fly-tipped waste collected in Waverley compared to the Surrey county average is widening, according to new figures. DESPITE the reported decrease in fly-tipping across Surrey, #Waverley has seen an increase.
"17.03.2017 17:30:32" farnhamherald.com Anglo-Saxon history brought to life YEAR 4 pupils at South Farnham School took a trip back in time when they were paid a visit by an Anglo-Saxon warrior. WANT to know what life was like in Farnham 1,000 years ago? Then ask the pupils at South Farnham School.
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"17.03.2017 13:01:08" farnhamherald.com Retirement festival a great success HUNDREDS flocked to the Farnham Maltings' second festival of retirement - just days after the venue received a £60,000-plus funding boost for its next arts and health project. #FARNHAM Maltings has benefitted from a £62,338 funding boost for its next arts and health project.
"17.03.2017 07:30:15" farnhamherald.com Pupils go the whole hog PUPILS at St John's School in Churt have thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the creation of 'Hamlet of the Sowey Hills'. CHILDREN at St John's School let their imaginations run wild as they recreate Churt in an artistic way.
"16.03.2017 19:30:12" farnhamherald.com Residents incensed by latest sewage application A FRESH application has been filed by developer Countrywide Park Homes (CPH) to release up to 43. MP for #Farnham Jeremy Hunt speaks out on an application seeking to release sewage waste into Frensham Great Pond.
"16.03.2017 18:30:15" farnhamherald.com Girl power impresses on International Women's Day ALDERSHOT Town FC celebrated International Women's Day on Saturday with a full day of events. #ALDERSHOT Town FC celebrated International Women's Day with a full day of events.
"16.03.2017 17:30:22" farnhamherald.com Top marks for schools SOUTH Farnham School has been placed in the top two per cent of all primary schools in the country for mathematics in the 2016 key stage two assessments. SOUTH #Farnham School has been placed in the top 2% of all primary schools in England for mathematics in the 2016 key stage two assessments.
"16.03.2017 14:31:12" FULL story in this week's Herald www.farnhamherald.com Commonwealth Day 2017 FULL story in this week's Herald www.farnhamherald.com
"16.03.2017 13:00:34" farnhamherald.com Invitation to attend annual town meeting RESIDENTS are invited to attend the Farnham Annual Town Meeting taking place on Thursday, March 23, at 7pm at The Bush Hotel. FANCY a chance to grill councillors? Then head down to The Bush Hotel tonight for the #Farnham Annual Town Meeting.
"16.03.2017 09:30:07" farnhamherald.com Awards for those special people who enhance their communities TEN special people who have been quietly working to make Farnham a better place have had their efforts recognised at the 2017 Services to Farnham Awards. INDIVIDUALS who continue to make a significant contribution to the community of #Farnham have been recognised.
"16.03.2017 07:30:29" farnhamherald.com No cold feet before firewalk FUNDRAISERS hot-footed it over red hot coals to raise money for Royal Surrey County Hospital's fundraising appeal to create a dedicated Early Pregnancy Unit. THERE was no tip toeing around as members of Royal #Surrey County Hospital braved temperatures of almost 650°C.
"15.03.2017 19:30:28" farnhamherald.com Caring Rachael on a mission to rescue dogs from Romania FARNHAM resident Rachael Welch is on a mission to save to lives of as many dogs as she can, as she roams Romania alongside her Dogs Walk This Way Rescue team. “THEY didn't ask to be born and they sure as hell didn't ask to die in such an awful way."
"15.03.2017 18:30:39" farnhamherald.com Simple to get your 10 a day RECENT scientific research suggests we should be eating 10 portions of fruit and vegetables a day to help live a longer life. DO you struggle to eat your five-a-day? Then click below for some simple tips on how to improve this.
"15.03.2017 17:30:37" farnhamherald.com A thousand pounds to change the world for the better SURREY residents are being given the chance to receive £1,000 to do their bit to put community projects and ideas into action and change the world for the better in 2017, thanks to organic skin and… HAVE an idea that could change the community for the better but need some money to kick start it? Then click below.
"15.03.2017 13:01:30" farnhamherald.com Fun and games at the 21st annual pancake races day THE sun shone down brightly for Elstead Village's 21st pancake race, which saw more than 80 children and adults, many in fancy dress, racing and tossing their pancakes along Stacey's Farm Road to the… WHAT'S pancake day without some good old fashion pancake races!
"15.03.2017 09:39:41" farnhamherald.com Duchess welcomes troops returning home from Iraq SERVING soldiers of 4th Battalion, The Rifles based at Aldershot were given a royal welcome home by The Duchess of Cornwall last week. THE Duchess of Cornwall has paid tribute to the many soldiers returning home from Iraq at Normandy Barracks in Aldershot.
"15.03.2017 07:30:25" farnhamherald.com No action over guns being returned to killer CRIMINAL charges will not be brought against two Surrey Police staff members under investigation for returning guns seized from Tilford double-murderer John Lowe, 84, who is serving a life sentence… DUE to "insufficient evidence" criminal charges will not be brought against two Surrey Police staff in connection with the return of #Tilford murderer John Lowe's shotguns in 2013.
"14.03.2017 19:30:30" farnhamherald.com Bags of help for skateboard project MORE than 200 young people will again have the opportunity to take part in skateboard, scooter and BMX workshops this summer after Waverley Borough Council bagged £2,000 from a Tesco funding scheme. LEARN from the pros this summer as #Waverley's popular skatepark workshops make a return this August.
"14.03.2017 18:30:08" farnhamherald.com Police chiefs pledge support for servicemen POLICE and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, David Munro, and Chief Constable Nick Ephgrave have pledged their support for Britain's servicemen and women by signing the Armed Forces Covenant. “THE contribution to our society made by servicemen and women, both past and present, should never be forgotten."
"14.03.2017 17:30:30" farnhamherald.com New residents' guide published A REVAMPED version of the Official Residents' Guide has landed on the doormats of homes and businesses in Farnham. GET the most out of living in #Farnham by picking up an improved copy of the Official Residents' Guide now.
"14.03.2017 13:00:14" farnhamherald.com Pupils mark World Book Day HOGWARTS Sorting Hat made sure pupils of Highfield South Farnham School were in the right houses for a Quidditch game in the playground on World Book Day last Thursday. PUPILS at Highfield South Farnham School jumped on the fancy dress bandwagon as the nation celebrated World Book Day.
"14.03.2017 09:30:29" farnhamherald.com Get on those dancing shoes ROCK 'n' roll lovers enjoyed a night of fun as they tried out their best moves on the dance floor, while raising £700 for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice and the British Kidney Patient Association (BKPA). FARNHAM residents took a step back in time as they rock 'n' rolled the night away for charity.
"14.03.2017 07:30:26" farnhamherald.com Runners encouraged to enter Frimley run for stroke appeal ENTRIES to Run Frimley, an annual event which includes a 10k road race and a 2. SIGN up now to Run Frimley and help raise as much as possible for Frimley Park Hospital's Stroke Appeal.
"13.03.2017 19:30:12" farnhamherald.com Frimley assures no major services are facing the axe FRIMLEY Health NHS Foundation Trust has given its reassurance that major services do not face the axe, after BBC analysis of NHS local hospital plans revealed the Frimley Health area, which includes… #FRIMLEY Health NHS Foundation Trust has given its reassurance that major services do not face the axe.
"13.03.2017 18:30:28" farnhamherald.com Drink and drug driver banned AN Elstead man has been charged with drink and drug driving and speeding offences. A DRINK and drug driver from Elstead has been banned from the roads for 24 months.
"13.03.2017 17:30:45" farnhamherald.com New equipment is kids' play PUPILS at St Andrew's Infant School in Farnham returned from their half term to discover that the new Trim Trail in the school's playground was completed. IT'S playtime at St Andrew's School in #Farnham as pupils put their new play equipment to the test.
"13.03.2017 13:00:05" farnhamherald.com Dunsfold Park homes plan 'called in' WAVERLEY'S blueprint for future housing development suffered a setback on Budget day with the government decision to "call in" outline plans for 1,800 new homes at Dunsfold Park. WAVERLEY'S blueprint for future housing development suffered a setback on Budget day with the government decision to "call in" outline plans for 1,800 new homes at Dunsfold Park.
"13.03.2017 09:45:02" farnhamherald.com Chiks marks 20th year THANKS to locally-based charity Chiks, which has just celebrated its 20th birthday, children in dire poverty have been rescued from streets and railway stations in India for the past two decades. TO celebrate, what has been a “spectacular” 20 years, the Chiks' team put on a party to remember at one of Churt's most favourite venues, #Frensham Pond Hotel.
"11.03.2017 09:30:08" farnhamherald.com Mum in running for top franchisee REBECCA Wootton from The Creation Station in Farnham is in the running to be crowned Top Franchisee of the Year in Working mums. “I HAVE so much fun getting creative and painty..to win the award would just be the extra glitter on top of it all.”
"10.03.2017 19:30:05" farnhamherald.com Lions reach fundraising target five years ahead of schedule LIONS clubs across the South East have successfully raised a quarter of a million pounds to support the Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance in its ambition to deliver a Helicopter Emergency Medical… THANKS to Lions clubs across the region the Kent, #Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance will now benefit from £250,000.
"10.03.2017 18:30:45" farnhamherald.com Rotary cyclathon another success THE Rotary Club of Farnham pulled off another successful cyclathon attracting contenders of all ages racing to raise as much possible for charity. CYCLISTS peddled to max helping to raise over £10,000 and counting in The Rotary Club of Farnham's annual cyclatron.
"10.03.2017 17:30:33" farnhamherald.com Neighbourhood Plan gets Inspector's backing A POWERFUL community-led planning tool, which will guide the long-term future of Farnham and its surrounding countryside is a step closer to being adopted. THE future of #Farnham will soon be in your hands - what's your verdict on Farnham's Neighbourhood Plan?
"10.03.2017 13:01:09" farnhamherald.com Fundraiser for Hale Carnival UPPER Hale-based band Late To The Party will be playing at Hale Village Hall on Saturday, March 11, to raise funds for the Hale Carnival. GOT plans this Saturday? If not then head down to Hale Village Hall and tune into Hale-based band Late To The Party.
"10.03.2017 11:53:08" farnhamherald.com High Court judge rejects claim for Brightwells judicial review A HIGH Court judge has rejected a claim for a judicial review of Waverley Borough Council's decision to proceed with the Brightwells regeneration scheme. A HIGH Court judge has rejected a landmark legal challenge against the Brightwells regeneration scheme in #Farnham.
"10.03.2017 09:30:07" farnhamherald.com Hoppa nearing its target THE presentation of a £5,000 cheque from Farnham Town Council has brought Waverley hoppa Community Transport tantalisingly close to achieving its target to buy a replacement bus for its highly… A MUCH-needed community transport service needs just £2,000 extra to buy a new, reliable and comfortable bus for #Farnham passengers.
"10.03.2017 07:30:05" farnhamherald.com Janet Maines presented with MBE by the Queen FARNHAM'S latest inductee in the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE), Janet Maines, has spoken of the “greatest honour possible” after receiving her award from The Queen. A TRUE #Farnham heroine has been recognised for her hard work and dedication over the years.
"09.03.2017 19:30:09" farnhamherald.com Life-threatening injuries after A31 crash POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a crash closed part of the A31 near Alton yesterday. A MAN is in hospital with life-threatening injuries following a two-vehicle crash on the A31 near #Alton yesterday afternoon.
"09.03.2017 18:30:08" farnhamherald.com Weapons handed in during knife amnesty A TOTAL of 237 weapons were handed in during Surrey Police's month-long knife amnesty. A TOTAL of 237 weapons were handed in during #Surrey Police's month-long knife amnesty.
"09.03.2017 17:30:20" farnhamherald.com Pupils have a flippin' good time EXCITED children at South Farnham School had a flippin' good time as they competed in an annual pancake race to mark the start of Lent. IT was pancakes galore at South #Farnham School.
"09.03.2017 13:00:13" farnhamherald.com Parking protest falls on deaf ears ANGER about Waverley's proposals to increase parking charges, branded “totally unacceptable” by Farnham traders, triggered a backlash by Tory councillors at a full council meeting to finalise the… A WAVERLEY councillor has suggested making an amendment to charge 50p for 30 minutes in Central car park, #Farnham.
"09.03.2017 09:30:22" farnhamherald.com Memorial service for Dennis Stone A MEMORIAL service for former Herald chief executive Dennis Stone will be held at St Andrew's Parish Church, Farnham on Thursday, March 16. A MEMORIAL service for Dennis Stone will be held at St Andrew's Parish Church, Farnham on Thursday, March 16.
"09.03.2017 07:30:28" farnhamherald.com CBE for professor A DISTINGUISHED University of Surrey professor has received his CBE from The Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace. "IT is a tremendous honour to receive this prestigious award," commented Surrey professor, Nigel Gilbert.
"08.03.2017 19:30:43" farnhamherald.com Rudridge to the rescue after burglary FARNHAM-based builder's merchants Rudridge has come to the rescue after a Churt riding school was burgled. BURGLARS have raided a Churt riding school making off with materials intended for the school's new paddock.
"08.03.2017 18:30:14" farnhamherald.com Business flooded after storm A LONG-established independent Farnham business has vowed to bounce back “bigger and better” after its furnishings showroom in South Street was flooded as a result of Storm Doris this week. STORM Dorris may have flooded out Farnham Furnishers but it hasn't dampened spirits as staff jump back into action.
"08.03.2017 17:30:05" farnhamherald.com Inaugural wine festival at Maltings FARNHAM Maltings will turn its focus from the hop to the grape this April for the inaugural Farnham Wine Festival, raising funds for two local charities Challengers and Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care. WINE lovers get your tastebuds ready as the Maltings prepare for its famous Farnham Wine Festival next month.
"08.03.2017 13:02:43" farnhamherald.com Unravel festival of all things woollen attracts record number of visitors AFTER months of planning and organising, unravel has once again whizzed by in a whirlwind of woolly delights. FARNHAM Maltings unravel festival had record-breaking attendances with more than 3,000 visitors over the 3 days.
"08.03.2017 09:35:19" farnhamherald.com Kathryn just loves her work experience EIGHTEEN-year-old Kathryn Aitken, who attends the Ridgeway Community School's Further Education Unit at Farnham Sixth Form College, has had a great time learning the ropes at Squire's Garden Centre. PUPILS at The Ridgeway Community School's Further Education Unit are enjoying life in the world of work. http://buff.ly/2mAqBqu
"08.03.2017 07:30:07" farnhamherald.com New jazz and comedy show at college IN the last two years the co-operation between Farnham Sixth Form College and the Old Farnhamians' Association has resulted in a number of highly successful events, which have been well supported by… #FARNHAM Sixth Form College's new Jazz and Comedy Club, launching this April, promises to be a barrel of laughs.
"07.03.2017 19:30:45" farnhamherald.com Father claims his family's health at risk from damp A FATHER-of-two from Farnham says his family is trapped in an endless cycle of illness and squalor as a result of the damp and cold conditions of their council house. A #FARNHAM tenant has threatened to withhold his rent unless Waverley takes action to improve the condition of his home.
"07.03.2017 18:30:21" farnhamherald.com Ambulance trust at centre of new response scandal SCANDAL-HIT South East Coast Ambulance Service became embroiled in fresh controversy after it was revealed 10 staff members from its Guildford station had been disciplined for switching off ambulance… TEN #Surrey paramedics have been accused of switching off ambulance tracking devices so they could avoid responding to 999 calls.
"07.03.2017 17:30:05" farnhamherald.com Drivers caught in sexual acts behind wheel BAD driving on the A3 included one driver engaging in a sexual act with a passenger, according to the findings from a joint crackdown conducted by Surrey and Sussex Roads Policing Unit. A DRIVER has been caught engaging in a sexual act whilst driving on the A3 southbound.
"07.03.2017 13:01:49" farnhamherald.com Plenty of talent on view FOR the fifth year running, Weydon School in Farnham presented its popular dance show, with two sell-out performances. PUPILS from Weydon and St Peter's School put on yet another awe-inspiring and enthusiastic evening of dance.
"07.03.2017 07:30:12" farnhamherald.com Take the plunge for Marie Curie JUMP in the pool at Farnham Leisure Centre this April to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Swimathon and raise vital funds for Marie Curie, the UK's leading charity for people living with a terminal… CALLING all swimmers! Sign up now for this year's Swimathon taking place at #Farnham Leisure Centre next month.
"06.03.2017 19:30:18" farnhamherald.com Fly me to the moon YEAR one children at Folly Hill School in Farnham have been discovering all about space in their topic Moon Zoom, which launched with an exhilarating alien crash landing at the school and an… CHILDREN at Folly Hill School tackled an alien crash landing as they delved deep into outer space.
"06.03.2017 18:30:06" farnhamherald.com Couple subjected to racist incident AS the county endured increased levels of hate crimes following the EU referendum, two Farnham residents expressed their concerns after waking to find a “threatening” note telling them to “go home”. “WE were so distressed to find the words 'GO HOME' written in the dust on the rear windscreen of our car."
"06.03.2017 17:30:18" farnhamherald.com Lilly's a lifesaver LILLY Castle, of Waverley Abbey School in Farnham has successfully crowd-funded £735 by completing a 7. THANKS to Lilly's charitable efforts #Waverley Abbey School will now benefit from a lifesaving piece of equipment.
"06.03.2017 13:01:55" farnhamherald.com Surrey leader awarded CBE SURREY County Council Leader David Hodge has been made a CBE for services to local government and charity in the Queen's New Year's Honours. "IT was an unforgettable day, a fantastic experience for my family and recognition of the outstanding work of thousands of county council staff and voluntary workers across Surrey."
"06.03.2017 10:04:50" farnhamherald.com Music shop swaps to on-line trading DOWNING Street's famous Lloyd and Keyworth Music shop, which has been a proud member of the Farnham business scene since 1951, closed its doors on Tuesday due to retirement as owners take the… LLOYD and Keyworth Music Shop in #Farnham may be closed but its online business is thriving.
"04.03.2017 13:00:17" farnhamherald.com Families enjoy park adventure FAMILIES enjoyed the great out doors as they took on Xplorer, Waverley's popular family friendly navigation challenge at Farnham Park. #FARNHAM families put their skills to the test as they took on Xplorer, the family friendly navigation challenge.
"04.03.2017 09:30:14" farnhamherald.com Generous response to refugees appeal REFUGEES throughout the UK, Europe and the Middle East will benefit greatly following a “very successful” collection event hosted by charitable group, Farnham Help for Refugees. ONCE again the community of #Farnham came together to help refugees in need across the world.
"03.03.2017 19:30:17" farnhamherald.com Surrey defends investment strategy SURREY County Council has confirmed it is yet to legally exchange on its agreement to fund the commercial element of Farnham's Brightwells regeneration scheme. SURREY County Council has confirmed it is yet to legally exchange on its agreement to fund the commercial element of Farnham's Brightwells regeneration scheme.
"03.03.2017 18:30:40" farnhamherald.com TAG finalises Farnborough airspace proposals THE outcome of the TAG Farnborough Airspace consultation into the changes to airspace and flight-paths will look to be completed this spring. THE outcome of the TAG Farnborough Airspace consultation into the changes to airspace and flight-paths will look to be completed this spring.
"03.03.2017 17:30:42" farnhamherald.com All systems go for new eco-friendly pavilion AMBITIOUS plans for a new three-storey cricket pavilion on The Bourne Green funded by a mystery benefactor are moving full steam ahead after receiving the green light by Communities Secretary Sajid… GET ready for a larger, more eco-friendly and versatile cricket pavilion on The Bourne Green this summer.
"03.03.2017 13:07:33" farnhamherald.com Traders fear outcome of business rates revaluation FARNHAM traders could be hard hit by changes to business rates in April, calculated to take into account the rise in property prices since 2008. FARNHAM traders could be hard hit by changes to business rates in April, calculated to take into account the rise in property prices since 2008.
"02.03.2017 19:30:17" farnhamherald.com Writer and actress a welcome guest EARLIER this month the Challengers Business Club met for its first event of 2017 to hear from comedian, actress and writer Sally Phillips at the Challengers Farnham Youth Centre. VOLUNTEERS at charity #Challengers were left star-struck after a visit from TV star Sally Phillips.
"02.03.2017 18:30:18" farnhamherald.com Residents' anger over sewage proposals RESIDENTS are up in arms after plans emerged to release treated sewage into a feeder stream of Frensham Great Pond - used by thousands of people throughout the year, including sailing clubs, swimmers,... TREATED sewage waste could soon be released daily into Frensham Great Pond, much to residents disgust.
"02.03.2017 17:30:22" farnhamherald.com Police houses finally ready for council tenants to move in SIX former police houses to the rear of Churchill Retirement Living's Hawthorn Lodge development in Longbridge are finally ready to home tenants from Waverley's social housing register. SIX former police houses in #Farnham are finally ready to home tenants from Waverley's social housing register.
"02.03.2017 13:00:13" farnhamherald.com Farnham in Bloom chosen for In Bloom Finals 2017 FARNHAM in Bloom is delighted to have been selected to represent the south and south east in the Large Town category of the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Britain in Bloom UK Finals 2017. #FARNHAM has made it through to the RHS Britain in Bloom UK Finals 2017 for the third time in four years!
"02.03.2017 07:30:07" farnhamherald.com Dennis Stone - Sad passing of a dedicated newspaper man DENNIS Stone, who devoted more than half a century of his life to The Herald series of newspapers first as a printing apprentice aged 14 and latterly managing director, has died at the age of 90. OUR condolences go out to the family of a true Herald newspaperman who has passed away at the age of 90.
"01.03.2017 19:30:26" farnhamherald.com Police celebrated for their diversity SURREY Police has been recognised for its continued dedication to diversity by the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) charity Stonewall. #SURREY Police has been praised for its commitment to diversity.
"01.03.2017 18:30:09" farnhamherald.com Legit lads make big impression on audience BOYS from The Dance Movement's Legit dance club left audiences speechless following their latest live show at Weydon School in Farnham. INTERESTED in seeing what street dance with The Dance Movement is all about? Then click below for more information.
"01.03.2017 17:30:18" farnhamherald.com Jobcentre universal credit assurances THE Jobcentre has reassured benefits claimants in Farnham that measures are already in place to support those concerned about the transition to Universal Credit. “IF anyone is claiming Universal Credit and they haven't got any money and they're really vulnerable, we can give an advanced payment for instance.
"01.03.2017 13:00:03" farnhamherald.com Maltings launches community radio to go live in next year THE Farnham Maltings used the occasion of World Radio Day to announce the launch of its own radio project – and it wants the community to get involved. ALWAYS fancied yourself as a radio presenter? Then check out #Farnham Maltings new community radio project.
"01.03.2017 09:30:31" farnhamherald.com Crime chief believes in rehabilitation A GROUP of former offenders helping to spruce up Hale Cemetery in Alma Lane as part of their 'community payback' recently received a visit from the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Surrey,... “THIS type of work can go a huge way towards bettering those who have been in trouble with the law by offering them with an alternative to prison time and improving their integration back into the community."
"01.03.2017 07:30:17" farnhamherald.com Band on the Rum live at rugby club A BAND of “outlaws, desperadoes, soldiers of fortune, and a soprano cruelly denied the West End break she so richly deserved” will take to the stage at Farnham Rugby Club next week to raise funds for… LISTEN to your favourite rock classics this Friday at #Farnham Rugby Club.
"28.02.2017 19:46:35" farnhamherald.com 'Earth Hero' in running for prestigious environmental award at Westminster AN environmental campaigner from Farnham is off to the Palace of Westminster in London next week – after reaching the final of the prestigious WWF Earth Hour Heroes competition. “BEING nominated for this award gives me hope that our team efforts are not in vain.”
"28.02.2017 17:30:20" farnhamherald.com Popular family rave is a sell-out occasion THE highly popular Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave returned for its third sell out show last weekend, attracting more than 500 raving families to Farnham Maltings. FAMILIES released their inner rock star at this year's Big Fish Little Fish Family Rave.
"28.02.2017 13:01:18" farnhamherald.com Great British Spring Clean in town centre ON Saturday, March 4, the Great British Spring Clean will take place in Farnham town centre. GET inspired this March by signing up to the Great British Spring Clean and help make #Farnham glisten.
"28.02.2017 09:30:16" farnhamherald.com Look out, the Romans are coming YEAR three pupils at Waverley Abbey School cast their minds back through time to ancient Roman Britannia, as they delved deep into the invasion of the Roman army and how it affected the Celts. WAVERLEY Abbey School pupils were put through their paces as they trained to become soldiers of the Roman army.
"28.02.2017 07:30:04" farnhamherald.com Bridge players congratulated WEYDON School has congratulated its team of four full bridge players, after winning the Intermediate Salver competition at the Surrey School's Bridge Tournament. PUPILS from Weydon School walked away with heads held high after beating off stiff competition at the #Surrey School's Bridge Tournament.
"27.02.2017 19:30:30" farnhamherald.com Head sleeps rough to raise funds A HEADTEACHER at a Farnham private school spent almost two weeks sleeping rough in a bid to raise money for a school in Malawi. ANDREW Fisher of Frensham Heights School gave up the comforts and warmth of his own home for life on the streets.
"27.02.2017 18:30:07" farnhamherald.com Popular pub put on the market A QUESTION mark is hanging over the future of The Cherry Tree in Rowledge after the village pub was put up for sale by owners Greene King. THE Cherry Tree in #Rowledge has been put up for sale.
"27.02.2017 17:30:42" farnhamherald.com BMX freestyle riders to show off their skills at carnival IN a spectacular 'first', a team of professional BMX freestyle riders will display their thrilling brand of cycling skills and stunts around the streets of Farnham as part of this year's carnival… A TRIPLE Guinness world record holder will be making an appearance at this year's Farnham Carnival.
"27.02.2017 13:01:02" farnhamherald.com Villagers back land purchase DOCKENFIELD villagers have backed plans to purchase 1. VILLAGERS have unanimously backed plans to extend the Dockenfield playing fields.
"24.02.2017 09:30:20" farnhamherald.com BMX freestyle riders to show off their skills at carnival IN a spectacular 'first', a team of professional BMX freestyle riders will display their thrilling brand of cycling skills and stunts around the streets of Farnham as part of this year's carnival… A BMX freestyle stunt team will lead the way at this year's Farnham Carnival!
"24.02.2017 07:30:20" farnhamherald.com Abbey pupils are really in the swim of things THE Abbey School has once again been awarded the Farnham Hedgehogs' junior annual sponsored swim trophy for 2016. YOUNG swimmers from The Abbey School raised more than £1,000 taking part in the Hedgehogs' annual sponsored swim.
"23.02.2017 19:30:30" farnhamherald.com Inspector unhappy over the Green Belt WAVERLEY has come under fire from the planning inspector for failing to make the case in its Draft Local Plan for freeing up green belt land for development. WAVERLEY Borough Council's latest attempt at a Local Plan has hit another snag...
"23.02.2017 18:30:47" farnhamherald.com Surrey County Council could swell coffers by millions SURREY County Council stands to swell its coffers by 'more than £180 million' should its request to be included in the Government's new business rates retention scheme be accepted, The Herald… SURREY Council's place on the Government's new business rates retention scheme could be worth 'more than £180m'.
"23.02.2017 17:30:12" farnhamherald.com Holocaust survivor a welcome guest MORE than 230 students from All Hallows Catholic School heard a testimony from Holocaust survivor Joan Salter last week as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET). A HOLOCAUST survivor imprisoned in Spain at just two years old after fleeing the Nazis has visited a Farnham school.
"23.02.2017 13:00:01" Timeline Photos HOUSE hunters can grab their free 24-page Herald Homes supplement inside this week's Herald - hot off the press this morning.
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"23.02.2017 09:30:29" farnhamherald.com Talent shines through at junior school contest PUPILS at Waverley Abbey Junior School put their skills to the test as they competed against one another for top place in this year's Waverley's Got Talent competition. COMPETITION was fierce as talented Waverley Abbey pupils battled for a place at this year's Farnham's Got Talent.
"23.02.2017 07:30:14" farnhamherald.com Operation Viking clamp down on cross border drugs trade A DEDICATED team of Surrey Police officers have arrested 33 people so far as part of a new initiative called Operation Viking to disrupt cross border drug dealing. SURREY Police has seized £15,000 in cash and Class A drugs including cocaine and heroin since launching Op Viking.
"22.02.2017 19:30:16" farnhamherald.com Mistrust revealed between Waverley councillors and officers WORKING relationships and attitudes between Waverley borough councillors and officers need improving, an independent report has found. “ATTITUDES and working relationships between members and officers was not always as it should be”.
"22.02.2017 18:30:03" farnhamherald.com Beerex tickets go on sale next month SOUGHT-AFTER tickets for the 41st annual Farnham Beerex, taking place from April 27 to 29 at the Maltings, will go on sale on Sunday, March 5. A DATE for your diary beer-lovers!
"22.02.2017 17:30:44" farnhamherald.com Plenty of new things to try at market COFFEE lovers will be pleased to see the return of The Roasted Bean Company and its mouth-watering coffee made from responsibly grown green coffee beans, at this month's Farnham farmers' market. FRESHLY roasted coffee and locally distilled gin will steal the show at the Farnham Farmer's Market this Sunday! ☕
"22.02.2017 13:00:34" farnhamherald.com England women rugby stars train at Weydon STUDENTS at Weydon School in Farnham had a surprise visit from England's women's rugby team. THE 'Red Roses' made use of Weydon's all weather pitches ahead of their women's Six Nations clash with Wales.
"22.02.2017 07:30:19" farnhamherald.com Joint effort to create new footpath CHARITIES, societies and Frensham residents have come together to create a new permissive footpath, making a safe route for walkers between the A287 and the six-year-old Reeds Road permissive path. CALLING all walkers! Come and take a stroll along Frensham's brand spanking new footpath.
"21.02.2017 19:30:36" farnhamherald.com Trading Standards warn about baby products that come with a risk SHOPS and online retailers are selling two popular baby products without safety warnings despite a series of deaths from suffocation, a trading standards investigation has found. TRADING Standards are warning people to be careful of baby products which have been linked to around 16 deaths from suffocation in England and Wales.
"21.02.2017 18:30:25" farnhamherald.com Creative Response under threat A CHARITY that has provided a vital service to some of Farnham's most vulnerable residents for more than 20 years has warned its very existence is threatened by public sector cutbacks. CREATIVE Response which helps some of the county's most vulnerable adults is facing closure.
"21.02.2017 17:30:44" farnhamherald.com Royal Surrey appoints new chairman ROYAL Surrey County Hospital is delighted to announce the appointment of Sue Sjuve as its new chairman. INSPIRED by the excellent treatment that Royal Surrey provides Sue cant wait to start her new role as chairman.
"21.02.2017 13:18:43" farnhamherald.com Amyas shares message of love A TEENAGER with a life-limiting illness which leaves him struggling to speak, made the ultimate romantic gesture this Valentine's Day by defying his condition to write and perform a song for the… THERE'S a superstar in the making at children's hospice charity, Shooting Star Chase.
"21.02.2017 09:30:18" farnhamherald.com Gingerbread men buy two goats THE reception children at St Andrew's Infant School in Farnham have been learning the story of The Gingerbread Man as part of their 'Once Upon a Time' topic. BAKING efforts by pupils at St Andrew's School have resulted in the purchasing of two goats for families in Africa.
"21.02.2017 07:30:23" farnhamherald.com Frimley appeals for return of walking aids FRIMLEY Park Hospital is appealing for the return of borrowed walking aids from past patients in a move that could save thousands of pounds. FRIMLEY Park Hospital are in urgent need for borrowed walking aids to be returned as soon as possible.
"20.02.2017 19:30:33" farnhamherald.com School's apple project finally comes to fruition A NUMBER of years ago pupils from St James Primary School in Elstead, went out on a quest to find apple trees dating over 60 years old – this was the start of their Community Heritage Apple Tree… FANCY adopting an apple tree for a good cause? Then give St James Primary School in #Elstead a call now.
"20.02.2017 18:30:29" farnhamherald.com Former nurse is seeking a sponsor A FORMER nurse from Farnham is hopeful of exhibiting for a second time at the RHS Hampton Court Flower Show next summer - but urgently needs a sponsor. CLICK below and see how you can make someones dream a reality.
"20.02.2017 17:30:06" farnhamherald.com Squire's opens new pets and aquatic centre SQUIRE'S Garden Centre in Badshot Lea held a special 'Pets and Aquatics' event to celebrate the opening of its new Pets and Aquatics Centre. THINK your brave enough to stroke a spider? Then get down to Squire's Garden Centre in Badshot Lea and give it a go.
"20.02.2017 13:00:42" farnhamherald.com Community leaders seek a 'manifesto' for Farnham PROMINENT members of the Farnham community and of Farnham and Waverley councils, including the Mayor of Farnham, John Ward, and leader of the town council, Carole Cockburn, met in the South Street… MEMBERS of the community came together to campaign for policies that could bring benefits to the lives of many people within #Farnham.
"19.02.2017 18:30:07" farnhamherald.com Surrey fire station closures rumours SURREY County Council's cabinet member for fire services has refused to dismiss rumours that fire stations across the county could be axed to help plug the council's growing budget shortfall. THE future of #Surrey fire stations remains unclear following the county's plans to save £92 million in the next financial year.
"19.02.2017 13:00:04" farnhamherald.com Pupils 'go orange' for Harry JUST under £2,000 has been raised for Muscular Dystrophy UK and Help4Harry, a campaign launched in aid of Farnham school boy, Harry Barnley who suffers from a rare and life-limiting degenerative… #FARNHAM residents have raised a whooping £2,000 by swapping their daily attire to something a bit more eye-popping.
"19.02.2017 09:30:16" farnhamherald.com Watchdog calls for action on inconsistent level of care in homes AN independent health watchdog is calling for Surrey County Council to act on the findings of a report which revealed variations in the activities available for elderly care home residents across the... ACCORDING to an independent health watchdog more work is needed to fulfil the needs of #Surrey residents in care.
"18.02.2017 18:30:16" farnhamherald.com Primary schools embrace GB's newest Olympic sport FARNHAM'S newest floorball team are Southern Venom, a combination of fathers and offspring. FARNHAM'S newest floorball team are Southern Venom, a combination of fathers and offspring. And the team registered their first victory in Division 2 of the South-East Floorball League on Sunday.
"18.02.2017 13:01:04" farnhamherald.com Pianist Zofeyah takes top spot TWO Rotary Clubs have launched a competition to find the most talented young musicians in the area - doing Farnham proud was Zofeyah Aspinwall, who gained first place. TWO Rotary Clubs have launched a competition to find the most talented young musicians in the area - doing Farnham proud was Zofeyah Aspinwall, who gained first place.
"18.02.2017 09:30:16" farnhamherald.com Ridgeway has a new sensory room THE Ridgeway Community School in Farnham is proud of its new MILE Room (Multi Interactive Learning Environment), which includes a state-of-the-art 180-degree projection curved wall, a magic carpet,… CHILDREN at The Ridgeway Community School in Farnham are making the most out of their new interactive learning room.
"17.02.2017 19:30:11" farnhamherald.com Labour leader argues for change in local government organisation SURREY Labour Party is arguing that the way to overcome Surrey's funding gap and avoid the need for a 15 per cent rise in council tax is to change the current two-tier system of local government… "COUNCIL tax is a manifestly unfair tax which hits the poorest people hardest and takes no account of people's ability to pay."
"17.02.2017 18:30:44" farnhamherald.com Parking fees to rise along with increase in council tax WAVERLEY is on course to agree a £5 increase for Band D tax payers to plug a £1. MAKE sure you have the correct change when shopping #Farnham, as an increase in parking charges gets the go-ahead.
"17.02.2017 17:30:40" farnhamherald.com Invitation to join Waverley Singers WAVERLEY Singers are inviting people to join them on Saturday, February 18, at St Thomas-on-the Bourne Church in Farnham, for a sing-through of Handel's Israel in Egypt. FANCY putting your singing to the test? Then get down to St Thomas-on-the Bourne Church in Farnham this Saturday.
"17.02.2017 13:00:20" farnhamherald.com Betty celebrates her century FORMER owner of Blackwell Farm on the Hogs Back and loveable Farnham resident Betty Brock, celebrated her 100th birthday in style, as family and friends gathered to reminisce the last 100 years. FAMILY and friends gathered to make a #Farnham favourite's 100th birthday one for the memory book.
"17.02.2017 09:30:09" farnhamherald.com Police seeking the views of young CHARITY Surrey Youth Focus has teamed up with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Surrey to launch a survey aimed at getting the views of young people on the role of the police. POLICE are seeking people to take part in a survey to help forge closer relationships between teenagers and police.
"17.02.2017 07:30:05" farnhamherald.com Awards evening for Farnham Runners MORE than a hundred Farnham Runners, relations and friends gathered at the Hog's Back Hotel for the club's annual awards dinner last week. MEMBERS of #Farnham Runners were recognised for their outstanding achievements during their annual awards evening.
"16.02.2017 19:30:31" farnhamherald.com Police name woman who died in A325 crash POLICE have named the pedestrian who died following a collision on the A325 in Farnham. POLICE have named the victim of a fatal crash on the A325 in #Farnham as a 43-year-old woman from Haslemere.
"16.02.2017 18:30:08" farnhamherald.com Public school paedophile sentenced to 18 years A FORMER public school teacher from Churt has been jailed for the historic sexual abuse of 10 boys in what was described by the judge as a “shocking period of offending”. A MAN from Churt has been convicted of 24 counts of indecent assault and one count of sexual activity with a child.
"16.02.2017 17:30:41" farnhamherald.com The passing of a true Farnhamian WHEN Monica Jones approached the then-editor of the Farnham Herald, Oliver Meddows-Taylor, for a job in 1950 she was told in no uncertain terms that the paper “already had one female reporter” and he… TRIBUTES have been flooding in for former Herald chief reporter, Monica Jones, who has passed away at the age of 90.
"16.02.2017 13:00:37" farnhamherald.com Help for Refugees collection event today FARNHAM Help for Refugees, a charitable group set up by mums to support Syrian refugees in the UK, Europe and the Middle East, is hosting a collection service from 2pm to 7pm today (Thursday,… #FARNHAM Help for Refugees is calling for donations at its collection service taking place later today from 2pm.
"16.02.2017 11:10:42" farnhamherald.com Co-op targeted again by ram-raiders THE Co-op supermarket in Rowledge has again been targeted by ram-raiders. RAM-RAIDERS tried and failed to smash through the front of Rowledge village shop AGAIN this morning
"16.02.2017 10:55:01" Timeline Photos TODAY'S Herald front page - on sale now for just 50p in shops and online at buff.ly/2lURd1y.
"16.02.2017 09:30:10" farnhamherald.com Powerful Faustus production STUDENTS at Lord Wandsworth College performed a powerful, all-male production of Christopher Marlowe's classic tragedy, Dr Faustus, to great acclaim. PUPILS at Lord Wandsworth College gave an inspirational performance of Dr Faustusa with a unique school-based twist.
"16.02.2017 07:30:07" farnhamherald.com Cycle workshop was an education LEARN cycling skills and give to charity - that was the challenge accepted by 18 intrepid souls at the United Reformed Church in Farnham on January 18. #FARNHAM residents have raised over £100 for a local charity dedicated to transforming the lives of young people.
"15.02.2017 19:30:16" farnhamherald.com Bags of help for Folly Hill play equipment A NEGLECTED green in Folly Hill is set to revamped with new children's play equipment after Waverley Borough Council bagged £5,000 from Tesco's Bags of Help funding scheme. AN open green space in Folly Hill is set for a new lease of life, after receiving a grant of £5,000.
"15.02.2017 18:30:20" farnhamherald.com Police increase their council tax precept SURREY'S Police and Crime Panel has approved a 1. AN approved increase of 1.99% to Surrey Police's share of the council tax bill will cost residents an extra 8p a week.
"15.02.2017 17:30:55" farnhamherald.com Tae Kwon Do members show their fighting spirit DESPITE their squad being depleted by injury and illness, members of Farnham School of Tae Kwon Do were in action last week at the first tournament of 2017. THERE are high hopes for members of #Farnham School of Tae Kwon Do, following a very successful tournament.
"15.02.2017 09:30:18" farnhamherald.com Inquest opened into Paris rail death AN inquest into the death of a free runner who was killed after an accident on the Paris Metro has been opened. AN inquest into the death of Nye Newman who was killed after an accident on the Paris Metro has been opened.
"15.02.2017 07:30:27" farnhamherald.com New psychology practice welcomes MP to launch ONE of Farnham's newest businesses held a successful launch party last month with MP Jeremy Hunt in attendance. NEW psychology practice, Carlton Psychology, is ready to support you with any issues you may have, including bereavement, relationship difficulties and domestic violence.
"14.02.2017 19:30:27" farnhamherald.com Lib Dem champion's life to be celebrated FRIENDS and family will gather next week to celebrate the life of well-known Farnham resident Dennis Saunders, who passed away peacefully at his home on January 5. WE offer their deepest condolences to the family and friends of Dennis Saunders who has passed away peacefully.
"14.02.2017 18:30:42" farnhamherald.com Detainee's family reject 'release' offer ACCORDING to online reports, the family of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who was sentenced to five years in an Iranian prison for national security related crimes last month, has refused to pay £125,000… THE family of Nazanin, who was sentenced to 5 years in prison, have refused to pay £125,000 for her release.
"14.02.2017 17:30:21" farnhamherald.com Rikke steps back into the ring FARNHAM Boxing Club leader Rikke Askew has decided to practice what he preaches as he dusts off his gloves and steps back into the ring this March. LEADER of #Farnham Boxing Club, Rikke Askew, is getting back in the ring this March, after 18 months of teaching.
"14.02.2017 13:01:15" farnhamherald.com MP's reasons for triggering Article 50 FARNHAM MP Jeremy Hunt has explained his decision to vote in favour of the bill triggering Article 50 to start the Brexit process - despite his constituency voting to 'remain' last summer. "LAST June the country decided to leave the EU. Having given that decision to the people in a referendum, it is not for parliament to change it. On the contrary we must get on and make a success of it, which I believe we will."
"12.02.2017 18:30:27" farnhamherald.com Squire's donate cash to local charities SQUIRE'S Garden Centres have presented cheques totalling £24,758 to various charities across the South East, including Change of Scene, Quest Riding for the Disabled, Alzheimer's Dementia Support and… SQUIRE'S Garden Centre in #Badshot Lea has raised an incredible £1,139 for Change of Scene, which provides alternative provision for children and young people who struggle to cope in mainstream education.
"12.02.2017 13:00:40" farnhamherald.com Explore park in adventure game BLOW away the cobwebs and explore Farnham Park with Waverley's biggest adventure for families this Valentine's Day (Tuesday, February 14) from 10. GET up to something different this Valentines, as #Farnham Park play host to Waverley's biggest family adventure.
"12.02.2017 09:30:13" farnhamherald.com AFD's Steph Twell just misses out in Portugal STEPH Twell led Aldershot, Farnham & District AC to third place in the senior women's race at the European Clubs Cross Country Championships on Sunday. STEPH Twell led Aldershot, #Farnham & District AC to third place in the senior women's race at the European Clubs Cross Country Championships on Sunday.
"11.02.2017 18:30:06" farnhamherald.com Enjoyable afternoon of fun and games SIXTY-seven year two children from infant schools across Farnham, including All Saints Infant School and Highfield South Farnham, came together for an afternoon of fun and games. SCHOOLS across #Farnham perfected their ball and handling skills during an entertaining afternoon of fun and games.
"11.02.2017 13:00:46" farnhamherald.com Demand for care goes through roof THE number of older people in Surrey needing the highest levels of adult social care has soared by more than 50 per cent in five years, according to Surrey County Council. THE annual cost of adult social care for over 540 people in #Surrey is estimated to rise to around £38m by 2021.
"11.02.2017 09:30:39" farnhamherald.com Gurkhas tell their story to health group THREE former soldiers of the famous Nepali Gurkha regiment have shared their stories with the NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), to improve understanding of… “WE were honoured that these former Gurkhas were willing to share their personal stories with us. It was an eye-opening and humbling experience."
"10.02.2017 19:30:37" farnhamherald.com Bishop was victim of child abuser THE Bishop Of Guildford has revealed he was “one of the survivors” of former QC John Smyth, alleged to be responsible for the sadomasochistic abuse of teenage boys at Christian summer camps in the… "THE beating I endured in the infamous garden shed was violent, excruciating and shocking."
"10.02.2017 18:30:15" farnhamherald.com Shock as car crashes onto driveway AS residents enjoyed afternoon tea with neighbours they had a shock as moments later a blue Volkswagen Polo crashed onto their driveway in Brambleton Avenue, Farnham. RESIDENTS were greeted by an unexpected visitor yesterday, as a car plunged into their driveway in #Farnham.
"10.02.2017 17:30:35" farnhamherald.com St Nick's is top of the class ST Nicholas' School in Church Crookham has ranked as the best secondary school for GCSE results in the South East. 97% per cent of St Nicolas' School pupils were awarded GCSE grades A* to C, putting them second best in the region.
"10.02.2017 13:05:59" farnhamherald.com Residents better prepared for adverse weather VISITORS to the recent Flood and Winter Risk Community Drop-In event are now better informed about how they can protect themselves from the effects of adverse weather. WANT to know how to better protect yourself against winter weather? Then click below for more information.
"10.02.2017 07:30:06" farnhamherald.com Emily wins battle of Parliament Hill TWO runners from Aldershot Farnham & District AC fought out a duel in the South of England Cross Country Championships at London's Parliament Hill Fields on Saturday. TWO runners from Aldershot #Farnham & District AC fought out a duel in the South of England Cross Country Championships at London's Parliament Hill Fields on Saturday.
"09.02.2017 19:30:29" buff.ly Archaeologists' club launch success THE Museum of Farnham's new Young Archeologists' Club was a huge success, as visitors delved deep into the history of the Roman Empire at its launch last Saturday. TAKE a step back in time and study the town's history through the Museum of Farnham's new Young Archeologists' Club.
"09.02.2017 18:30:06" farnhamherald.com Hair salon supports Marie Curie LUCIE Harrington Hairdressers on Farnborough Road, Farnham, has raised £250 through raffle ticket sales for Marie Curie, which provides care and support for people living with any terminal illness,… A #FARNHAM salon would like to say a huge thanks to those who helped them raise £250 for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice.
"09.02.2017 17:30:23" farnhamherald.com Olympics, Cadets, Sailability – Frensham success all the way FRENSHAM Sailing Club, which is just entering its 64th year, has retained its status at the top of its sport. #FRENSHAM Sailing Club, which is just entering its 64th year, has retained its status at the top of its sport.
"09.02.2017 13:01:09" farnhamherald.com New man takes over baton at Alder Valley ALDER Valley Brass Band has welcomed former Irish Guards bandsman and conductor Lee Woodward as its new musical director. LEE Woodward is looking forward to the challenge of taking Alder Valley Brass forward in his new role as director.
"09.02.2017 09:30:39" farnhamherald.com Emily represents Great Britain EMILY Harris, a 14-year-old pupil at Lord Wandsworth College, has represented Great Britain at the U18 Women's Ice Hockey World Championships in Poland. “A LOT of hard work and perseverance goes into performing at this level and she is doing fantastically well.”
"09.02.2017 07:30:11" farnhamherald.com Badshot Lea champion will be huge loss to community WHEN Mike Probert used to walk through Farnham, rarely could he get further than a few yards without somebody stopping him for a chat or asking for some of his famously sage advice. "MIKE was extremely proud of his family and they are representative of what a fine person he was.”
"08.02.2017 19:30:46" farnhamherald.com Boost for cats charity STAFF at Wey Valley Cats Protection were delighted to receive a cheque of £2,371, from Support Adoption for Pets', Santa Paws Appeal. WEY Valley Cats Protection would like to say a massive thanks to Pets at Home #Farnham for a very generous cheque.
"08.02.2017 18:30:04" farnhamherald.com 'Modest' rise in town share of council tax COUNCILLORS have signed off a 'modest' two per cent increase to Farnham Town Council's share of the council tax bill - the equivalent of just over 2p per week for an average Band D household. TOWN councillors have agreed to limit its share of the council tax to just over 2p per week for a Band D household.
"08.02.2017 17:30:04" farnhamherald.com Brightwells campaigners get their day in High Court THE future of the Brightwells regeneration scheme hangs on the decision of a High Court judge this week after a judicial review claim against Waverley Borough Council's long-delayed plans to… THE future of the #Brightwells regeneration scheme hangs on the decision of a High Court judge this week after a judicial review claim against #Waverley Borough Council's long-delayed plans to transform a run-down part of #Farnham town centre reached the
"08.02.2017 09:32:38" farnhamherald.com Rail firm accused of 'backdoor' price rises CAMPAIGNERS say South West Trains have introduced higher weekend travel fares by the backdoor, without consulting passengers. "THESE changes represent a backdoor fare increase of up to 27 per cent which has not been reported by the company.”
"08.02.2017 07:30:09" farnhamherald.com Cycle store believes James is the real deal HOOPS Velo is calling on the public's help in supporting local rider James Boyman accomplish his dreams to be a pro. "EVERY now and then you get that tingle when you know this guy or girl can do something special."
"07.02.2017 19:30:22" farnhamherald.com Celebrating Chinese New Year ST Andrew's Infant School in Farnham celebrated China's most important traditional festival – the Chinese New Year. CHILDREN at St Andrew's School in #Farnham would like to wish you a happy Chinese New Year.
"07.02.2017 18:30:34" farnhamherald.com An alternative present for your truelove this Valentine's Day SURREY Wildlife Trust is offering the chance for those 'wild at heart and goat-ally in love' to ditch the flowers and chocolates and buy a wild gift for their Valentine this year. SUPPORT #Surrey's beloved wildlife this Valentine's Day by adopting an otter or goat for just £25.
"07.02.2017 17:30:47" farnhamherald.com Air ambulance Brighton challenge THE Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance has the perfect opportunity for those looking for a new year challenge – places in the Brighton 10K on Sunday, April 9. DON'T miss out on the opportunity to achieve a personal goal whilst raising funds for a great cause. this April.
"07.02.2017 16:08:39" farnhamherald.com Surrey scraps 15 per cent council tax hike SURREY County Council has scrapped a proposed 15 per cent council tax hike in a last minute bid to avoid a “divisive” referendum this May. BREAKING: Surrey County Council has dramatically scrapped a proposed 15 per cent council tax hike this afternoon.
"07.02.2017 13:00:15" farnhamherald.com RVS Meals on Wheels service comes to an end IT'S the end of an era for the Royal Voluntary Service in Farnham, which for the past 50 years has been helping some of Waverley's most vulnerable people with its popular meals on wheels service. CLIENTS are now able to enjoy freshly cooked meals on a daily basis, as Farnham's new meals on wheels service gets underway.
"07.02.2017 09:30:30" farnhamherald.com Cheque presented to Phyllis Tuckwell HART Male Voice Choir used the Christmas period to the benefit of others as they presented a cheque for almost £1,500 to Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. STAFF at Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice couldn't be happier after receiving a cheque of £1,340 from Hart Male Voice Choir.
"07.02.2017 07:30:20" farnhamherald.com Sing your heart out with community choir LOVE to sing, while meeting new people and having fun? Then get involved with The Wey Community Gospel Choir, as it launches its new weekly group this February. LOVE singing but only do it in the shower? Then sign up to The Wey Community Gospel Choir's new weekly group.
"06.02.2017 19:30:08" farnhamherald.com Wildlife Trust announces job cuts SURREY Wildlife Trust has confirmed that staff numbers are being reduced from 16 to 10, but says it will not abandon the countryside. A PETITION has been started to stop the redundancies currently being made at Surrey Wildlife Trust .
"06.02.2017 18:30:08" farnhamherald.com Political row over council tax rise A POLITICAL row at county hall erupted on Tuesday as members of Surrey County Council's Tory-dominated Cabinet unanimously approved a tax hike of 15 per cent - subject to a referendum on May 4 - to… RESIDENTS are calling upon #Surrey County Council to drop its "unaffordable" 15% council tax hike.
"06.02.2017 17:31:06" farnhamherald.com Garden centre delighted to support Challengers FOREST Lodge Garden Centre in Farnham has raised £2,384 for children's charity Challengers, from the proceeds made from their animated Christmas window display. STAFF at #Challengers are overwhelmed by the kindness of strangers after receiving a cheque totalling £2,384.
"06.02.2017 13:00:46" farnhamherald.com Rail plea to stop tragedy AN inquest into the death of an 83-year-old man, hit by a train on an unmanned level crossing at Bentley, has led to renewed calls by the family for safety improvements to prevent further tragedies. AN inquest into the death of an 83-year-old man, hit by a train on an unmanned level crossing at Bentley, has led to renewed calls by the family for safety improvements to prevent further tragedies.
"05.02.2017 18:30:46" farnhamherald.com Man arrested after A325 hit and run fatality A MAN has been arrested in connection with the death of a female pedestrian in a suspected hit and run on the A325 opposite Alice Holt Forest. A MAN from Liss has been arrested in connection with the death of a female pedestrian in a suspected hit and run on the A325 opposite Alice Holt Forest.
"05.02.2017 13:00:19" farnhamherald.com Jeremy Hunt remembers victims of the Holocaust FARNHAM MP Jeremy Hunt signed the Holocaust Educational Trust's Book of Commitment last week - honouring those who were murdered during the Holocaust as well as paying tribute to the extraordinary Holocaust... "IT becomes ever more important that we take the time to remember the victims and also pay tribute to the survivors."
"05.02.2017 09:30:16" farnhamherald.com Businesses hit by bridge closure RESIDENTS of Tilford could breathe a huge sigh of relief this week as Surrey County Council re-opened the East Bridge, almost two weeks before it was scheduled to. RETAILERS express deep concern for the future of their businesses following the closure of the Tilford bridge.
"04.02.2017 18:30:16" farnhamherald.com Chance for young dancers to work with the professionals THIS February half term, young dancers can take part in a day-long workshop to create a dance inspired by The Red Shoes, the latest production by renowned dance-maker Matthew Bourne. GET dancing this February half-term, as Farnham Maltings play host to a day-long workshop, which promises to be one to remember.
"04.02.2017 13:00:45" farnhamherald.com Take a walk on the wild side THE Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is searching for pre-schools and primary schools to take 'a walk on the wild side' and design wildlife-themed scarecrows for display at this year's RHS Hampton… SCHOOLS in #Farnham are called on to design wildlife-themed scarecrows for this year's RHS Hampton Court Flower Show!
"04.02.2017 09:30:22" farnhamherald.com Great Gatsby ball in aid of Tuckwell OAK Park Golf Club will play host to a Great Gatsby Ball this spring in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell. 'DANCE to the jazz spivs' in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell at Oak Park Golf Club this spring!
"03.02.2017 19:30:20" farnhamherald.com New Thai restaurant open for business FARNHAM'S latest eatery, Thai restaurant Giggling Squid, opened its doors in Castle Street this week following a comprehensive refurbishment of the Grade II listed building. GIGGLING Squid has finally opened for business in Castle Street!
"03.02.2017 18:30:42" farnhamherald.com Travel delays expected on Hog's Back MOTORISTS should plan ahead this Monday, as a closure of one lane on both sides of the A31 Hog's Back between Farnham and Guilford, is expected to cause delays for up to two weeks. LONG tail backs are expected on the Hogs Back for the next two weeks
"03.02.2017 17:30:26" farnhamherald.com Story time at library THE lovable Grandma Goldilocks, aka Gilly Stewart. ENTERTAIN the children tomorrow, as the loveable Grandma Goldilocks makes her return to #Farnham Library.
"03.02.2017 13:25:55" farnhamherald.com Gales forecast as Storm Doris looms STORM Doris is expected to hit Surrey and Hampshire with strong gales on Friday and into Saturday morning. BATTEN the hatches - gusts of up to 70mph are possible tonight as Storm Doris hits Surrey and Hampshire!
"03.02.2017 13:00:46" farnhamherald.com Leverton Hall now more accessible WRECCLESHAM'S Leverton Hall at St Peter's Church in Beales Lane, is now a more accessible space for community events and activities, thanks to the installation of a platform lift and the laying of… A CHURCH hall in Wrecclesham is now more disability-friendly thanks to a £50,000 project.
"03.02.2017 09:30:04" farnhamherald.com Tuckwell staff go that extra mile PHYLLIS Tuckwell Hospice has been presented with an Extra Mile Award by the Motor Neurone Disease Association, acknowledging its “exceptional” work in caring for people living with MND. @PTHospice has been recognised for its “exceptional” work caring for people living with motor neurone disease.
"03.02.2017 07:30:04" farnhamherald.com Tougher penalties for drivers spotted using mobile phones SURREY Police has thrown its weight behind a national campaign to highlight tougher penalties which are due to become law, as well as cracking down on motorists using hand-held mobile phones when… DRIVERS caught using their mobile phone behind the wheel face a £200 fine and six penalty points from March 1, 2017.
"02.02.2017 19:30:42" farnhamherald.com Police appeal after hit and run fatality POLICE are appealing for information after a hit and run near Farnham left a woman dead. HAVE you seen a dark green Peugeot or Citroen estate/people carrier-style car, with possible front end damage? http://buff.ly/2kXaa4m
"02.02.2017 18:30:22" farnhamherald.com Rumour of Woolmead sale THE hailed redevelopment of the Woolmead shopping precinct in Farnham could face a lengthy delay, after rumours of the building's impending sale began circulating this week. IT looks like #Farnham could be stuck with the Woolmead for a while yet...
"02.02.2017 17:30:21" farnhamherald.com Potter is back in new series of TV show DANIEL Pratap, director of West Street Potters in Wrecclesham will be gracing our screens tonight for the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down on BBC2. KEEP an eye out for #Farnham potter Daniel Pratap in the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down, starting tonight on BBC2.
"02.02.2017 13:01:25" farnhamherald.com Father and daughter unite in drive to find a cure for Parkinson's disease A FARNHAM father and daughter have been training hard in preparation for this year's London Marathon, in memory of a “legend” they unfortunately lost and to continue his legacy of finding a cure for… A FATHER and daughter duo will run the London Marathon this summer in aid of The Cure Parkinson's Trust.
"02.02.2017 12:27:03" farnhamherald.com Police appeal after hit and run fatality POLICE are appealing for information after a hit and run near Farnham left a woman dead. OUR thoughts are with the family of a woman killed in a suspected hit and run on the A325 Bordon Rd last night.
"02.02.2017 11:51:33" Timeline Photos HOUSE hunters can grab their free Herald Homes supplement inside this week's paper, on sale now for just 50p.
"02.02.2017 11:15:38" Timeline Photos TODAY'S Herald front page - get your copy now for just 50p in shops and online at buff.ly/2jzWIGk. #SupportLocalNews
"02.02.2017 09:30:06" farnhamherald.com Vintage revival at Rural Life Centre THE Rural Life Centre will wind back the clock to the 1940s and 50s this summer for its first ever Rural Life Vintage Revival festival. CHECK out the Rural Life Centre's new Vintage Revival festival, which promises a wealth of entertainment for all ages this summer.
"02.02.2017 07:30:07" farnhamherald.com Relatives reunited with World War I plaque A WORLD War I memorial plaque originally discovered under an old shed in Weybourne, near Farnham in 1984 has been returned to its rightful owners some 30 years later. A LONG lost plaque commemorating a victim of the First World War has reunited two cousins after decades apart.
"01.02.2017 19:30:28" farnhamherald.com Beerex archive completed with donation of first ever programme LAST year, for the 40th Farnham Beerex, with the support of Phil Alexander and Mike Andrew a collection of all past Beerex programmes was assembled to be displayed at Beerex and preserved as part of… FARNHAM Beerex organisers are thrilled after receiving the original 1977 programme, making their archive complete.
"01.02.2017 18:30:24" farnhamherald.com Tougher penalties for drivers spotted using mobile phones SURREY Police has thrown its weight behind a national campaign to highlight tougher penalties which are due to become law, as well as cracking down on motorists using hand-held mobile phones when… "MOTORISTS are putting themselves and those around them at huge risk - using a mobile while driving can cause death or serious injury."
"01.02.2017 17:30:59" Timeline Photos READ all about it in tomorrow's Herald! No decision yet sadly, but we do have a full report of the proceedings direct from the High Court.
"01.02.2017 16:29:13" Waverley Beat (Surrey Police) Is someone in your life suddenly smelling different? Can you help us identify this man in connection with the theft of fragrance from a #Godalming store? Please call 101 quoting 45170007047 if you have any information. Is someone in your life suddenly smelling different?
"01.02.2017 09:32:37" farnhamherald.com Town blacksmith dies aged 81 RENOWNED town blacksmith and long-time owner of the Farnham Forge in Upper Church Lane, Arthur Trussler, has died aged 81. RENOWNED town blacksmith and owner of the Farnham Forge in Upper Church Lane, Arthur Trussler, has died aged 81.
"01.02.2017 07:30:20" farnhamherald.com Knighthood for services to music CHIEF conductor of the Hamburg Symphony Orchestra and former Farnham school boy, Sir Jeffrey Philip Tate, was knighted for his 'services to British music overseas' in the New Year Honours List. FORMER Farnham Grammar School boy, Sir Jeffrey Tate, has been knighted for his 'services to British music overseas'.
"31.01.2017 19:30:50" farnhamherald.com Two outstanding Farnham figures pass away FARNHAM is mourning the passing of two outstanding servants of the community this week; Badshot Lea stalwart Mike Probert and former Herald chief reporter Monica Jones. OUR deepest sympathies go out to the family and friends of two outstanding #Farnham figures, who have passed away.
"31.01.2017 18:30:04" farnhamherald.com Surrey wants to raise council tax by 15% HOUSEHOLDS in Farnham face a possible £200-plus hike to their annual council tax bills this April after Surrey's local authorities confirmed their budget proposals this week. #FARNHAM residents could face an extra £200 increase to their annual council tax bills from this April.
"31.01.2017 17:30:22" farnhamherald.com Burns Night celebrated in style FARNHAM United Reformed Church celebrated Burns Night in style on Saturday, with all proceeds going straight to the Pilgrim Project, which aims to raise funds for making the church buildings a better… #FARNHAM Golf Club played host to a rememberable evening as Farnham United Reformed Church celebrated Burns Night.
"31.01.2017 14:02:03" Timeline Photos UPDATE: The London Waterloo to Alton line has reopened after two people were hit by trains earlier this afternoon, however due to the length of time it was closed significant disruption is expected to continue until the end of the day.
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"31.01.2017 13:00:21" farnhamherald.com Volunteer loving her time in India FARNHAM resident Diane Vasey is enjoying her new home for the next four months, as she puts herself forward as a volunteer in India, with WAGGGS, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. "AGE is no barrier", comments Farnham resident, Diane Vasey, 62, as she returns to India to help those in need.
"31.01.2017 09:17:08" farnhamherald.com Judgement day for Brightwells protesters BATTLE lines were drawn this week on the eve of a landmark High Court challenge against Waverley Borough Council's long-delayed '£130 million' Brightwells regeneration scheme on land south of East... THE immediate fate of the Brightwells Regeneration Scheme hangs in the balance this morning...
"31.01.2017 07:30:29" farnhamherald.com Hardy treat in store at Bush Hotel POETRY lovers are in for a treat this February, as writer, teacher, lecturer, translator and broadcaster, Graham Fawcett, hosts an evening dedicated to world poet Thomas Hardy at The Bush Hotel in Farnham. DO you love poetry? Then head down to The Bush Hotel in #Farnham this Monday for an enjoyable night of readings.
"30.01.2017 19:30:06" farnhamherald.com Women take to the streets in protest over pension changes BACK in the summer WASPI, a group of women fighting against state pension inequality, staged a demonstration at Westminster in London to address the injustice of state pension age changes – now they… “THEY just want us to push the babies out and get back to work. It is just madness and not fair to women."
"30.01.2017 18:31:46" farnhamherald.com Detainee sentenced to five years IRANIAN-British detainee Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been sentenced to five years in an Iranian prison for national security related crimes, following a court's decision last Sunday to reject her… THE appeal court has upheld Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's sentence of 5 years for national security related crimes.
"30.01.2017 18:30:45" farnhamherald.com Detainee sentenced to five years IRANIAN-British detainee Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been sentenced to five years in an Iranian prison for national security related crimes, following a court's decision last Sunday to reject her… THE appeal court has upheld Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's sentence of 5 years for national security related crimes.
"30.01.2017 17:30:45" farnhamherald.com BHF celebrates 25 years THE Farnham British Heart Foundation (BHF) shop marked a milestone recently, as it celebrated its 25th birthday on Wednesday last week. STAFF at the #Farnham British Heart Foundation shop, would like to say a huge thanks, as it celebrates 25 years.
"30.01.2017 13:00:11" farnhamherald.com Traders say 'think again' over parking fee rises FARNHAM Chamber of Commerce has urged Waverley Borough Council to scrap “totally unacceptable” plans to hike car parking charges for the second time in 12 months. #FARNHAM Chamber of Commerce has urged #Waverley Borough Council to scrap “totally unacceptable” plans to hike car parking charges for the second time in 12 months.
"30.01.2017 10:20:49" Photos from Farnham Herald's post FARNHAM is mourning the passing of two outstanding servants of the community this week; Badshot Lea stalwart Mike Probert and former Herald chief reporter Monica Jones.
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"30.01.2017 07:30:24" farnhamherald.com Mayor and Mayoress do the honours THE Mayor and Mayoress of Farnham, John and Gillian Ward, opened Abbeyfield Wey Valley Society's new home care service this week. ONE of #Farnham's leading care home providers Abbeyfield Society has launched a new home care service.
"29.01.2017 18:30:11" farnhamherald.com Sign up for Rotary cycle challenge FANCY a challenge? Then sign up for this year's Rotary Club of Farnham's 12-hour cyclathon, taking place on Saturday, February 25, at Farnham Maltings. SADDLE up for the Rotary Club this February and raise funds for Phyllis Tuckwell, Surrey Young Carers and CHIKS children's homes in India.
"29.01.2017 13:00:43" farnhamherald.com Deadline looms to nominate buildings of architectural merit A PROJECT seeking to secure recognition for Farnham buildings considered to be of local architectural or historic interest is drawing to a close. PEOPLE have until February 3 to nominate buildings they would like to see designated as Buildings of Local Merit.
"29.01.2017 09:30:08" farnhamherald.com 'Hand in knives during UK's amnesty' plea by Surrey PCC SURREY Police has launched 'Save a life, surrender your knife' amnesty, as part of a national initiative to tackle knife crime. KNIVES can be deposited safely without fear of prosecution at Guildford police station until Monday, January 30. http://buff.ly/2jbtwFl
"28.01.2017 18:30:21" farnhamherald.com Parents on thin ice PARENTS have been criticised for allowing their children to play on a frozen pond at Sandy Hill common over the weekend, prompting a warning about the dangers of walking on thin ice. CHILDREN were seen playing on thin ice at Sandy Hill common last week - watched by their parents.
"28.01.2017 13:00:40" farnhamherald.com Alterations to rail services THERE will be a number of alterations to South West Trains services to and from London Waterloo this weekend (January 28 to 29). JOURNEYS into London Waterloo from #Farnham will be severely disrupted this Saturday and Sunday.
"28.01.2017 09:30:16" farnhamherald.com Fun runs raised more than £50k RED noses and pointy ears were in abundance when Phyllis Tuckwell held their annual Reindeer and Elf Runs, in November and December. AROUND 6,500 pupils from across Surrey and Hampshire took part in Phyllis Tuckwell's Reindeer and Elf runs last year. http://buff.ly/2jwyXNS
"27.01.2017 19:31:34" farnhamherald.com Outdoor learning is great fun CHILDREN at Potters Gate School in Farnham love outdoor learning - whatever the weather they don their wellingtons, hats and gloves and head out into the fresh air to learn. “We spend a lot of time outside, it is a great opportunity to learn what makes your children tick.”
"27.01.2017 18:31:45" farnhamherald.com 100 arrests in drink drive clamp-down A MAN caught driving on the M25 with a front tyre missing, a teenager who had only passed her test three weeks before and a drug user found driving with no insurance or MOT in Farnham were among… A MAN caught in #Farnham driving over the drink drive limit, with no insurance or MOT and a stash of cannabis in his car, was one of a hundred arrested in Surrey Police's Christmas crackdown.
"27.01.2017 17:30:44" farnhamherald.com Fun and games at Frost Camp AROUND 300 Scouts, Explorer Scouts, Guides and leaders camped at Bentley Copses' Frost Camp which was held last weekend at Bentley Copse Activity Centre. SCOUTS from across #Farnham gathered at Bentley Copse Activity Centre for a weekend of fun earlier this month.
"27.01.2017 16:03:36" Timeline Photos TUNE in to BBC Surrey (104/104.6FM) at around 5.40pm tonight to hear Herald chief reporter Daniel Gee discuss the week's big stories in the #Farnham area.
"27.01.2017 13:04:46" farnhamherald.com Surrey awash with fake number plates SURREY has the second-highest number of illegal number plates in the country, and the most behind London, according to new research. SURREY has the most illegal number plates in the country behind London, according to new research.
"27.01.2017 09:30:07" farnhamherald.com Watchdog opposes parking fee increases PROTESTS that Waverley proposals to raise car park charges for the second time in 12 months to plug the borough's £1. WAVERLEY Borough Council plans to hike car parking charges for the second time in a year to help bridge a funding shortfall.
"27.01.2017 07:30:06" farnhamherald.com Popular head retires after 18 years at helm ALL Hallows Catholic School has ushered in a new era following the retirement of headteacher Elizabeth Lutzeier. WISHING a very happy retirement to Mrs Lutzeier!
"26.01.2017 19:31:51" farnhamherald.com Family relieved as death crash driver loses appeal A VAN driver who killed a cyclist on the A31 between Farnham and Alton while texting behind the wheel has lost his appeal to have the sentence cut. AN Alton man has lost an appeal against his jail sentence for killing a cyclist on the A31 at Bentley while texting.
"26.01.2017 18:30:40" Timeline Photos HOUSE hunters and flat foragers can pick up their free 24-page Herald Homes supplement inside this week's paper, on sale now for just 50p!
"26.01.2017 17:30:46" farnhamherald.com Hospital black alert ROYAL Surrey County Hospital was one of more than 20 NHS trusts that declared a 'Black Alert' at the start of January, meaning it could not guarantee patient safety and provide a full range of normal… ROYAL Surrey County Hospital declared a 'Black Alert' earlier this month, meaning it could not guarantee patient safety.
"26.01.2017 17:30:39" farnhamherald.com Hospital black alert ROYAL Surrey County Hospital was one of more than 20 NHS trusts that declared a 'Black Alert' at the start of January, meaning it could not guarantee patient safety and provide a full range of normal… ROYAL Surrey County Hospital declared a 'Black Alert' earlier this month, meaning it could not guarantee patient safety.
"26.01.2017 13:00:02" Timeline Photos SEE today's Herald for a spread of newly released artistic impressions of the Brightwells regeneration scheme, as exhibited to the Farnham Chamber of Commerce last week.
"26.01.2017 11:22:09" Timeline Photos TODAY'S Herald front page - grab your copy now for just 50p in shops and online at http://buff.ly/PPsIBI. #SupportLocalNews
"26.01.2017 09:30:23" farnhamherald.com Mum sheds her hair for Cri du Chat support group A FARNHAM mum has raised more than £760 for the Cri du Chat Syndrome Support Group and children's hospice charity Shooting Star Chase, by waving goodbye to her hair. “BELLA is a complete joy to be around. She's taught us to never ever take a single second of life for granted."
"26.01.2017 07:30:28" farnhamherald.com Help at hand for victims of strokes AROUND 30 members of Farnham Leisure Centre's stroke rehabilitation group met for a Christmas meal at the Beefeater in Guildford Road before Christmas. #FARNHAM Leisure Centre's stroke rehabilitation group enjoyed an afternoon of festivities at Guildford's Beefeater.
"25.01.2017 19:30:25" farnhamherald.com Going that extra mile for Robbie MORE than £12,500 has been raised by members of the Farnham community as they competed in the 'robbiesrevs Everest Spinathon' challenge, climbing the equivalent of Mount Everest. RIDING a cumulative 82 hours, 70 lycra clad locals cycled their way up the equivalent of Mount Everest for charity.
"25.01.2017 18:30:06" farnhamherald.com Cash to transform how health care is delivered PEOPLE in Farnham are to benefit from almost £5 million of further national funding to continue to transform the way health and care is delivered. HEALTH authorities are delighted after receiving funding to improve medical care whilst reducing pressure on busy GP and A&E services. http://buff.ly/2kitdp5
"25.01.2017 17:30:18" farnhamherald.com Little Shop of Horrors SHOWSHACK Dance and Theatre School are excited to announce that their elite theatre students will be producing and performing The Little Shop of Horrors on Saturday, March 11. THEATRE lovers are in for a treat this March, as The Little Shop of Horrors comes to #Farnham.
"25.01.2017 13:00:27" farnhamherald.com Railway line to close for two days THE railway line between Farnham and Alton will close for a further two days this spring as Network Rail completes its permanent embankment repairs at Wrecclesham. NOTE for the diary - the railway line between #Farnham and #Alton will close for a further two days this spring.
"25.01.2017 09:30:25" farnhamherald.com Taking the pain out of queueing A NUMBER of Farnham residents got up at the crack of dawn to man a small refreshment stall outside Morgan's Butchers in Ridgway Road, raising more than £1,000 for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. FARNHAM residents provided light relief with extreme generosity, while shoppers queued for their Christmas turkeys.
"25.01.2017 07:30:25" farnhamherald.com Important advice for women A SMEAR test could mean the difference between life and death, yet figures show that 20 per cent of women still do not attend their cervical screening appointments. DOCTORS are urging women to make sure they are up to date with their smear tests.
"24.01.2017 19:30:33" farnhamherald.com Nice little windfall for Health Secretary FARNHAM MP Jeremy Hunt is set to become 'the richest member of Theresa May's cabinet' after the educational listings company he co-founded in 1996, Hotcourses, was sold to an Australian firm. CLICK below and see why Farnham MP Jeremy Hunt is set to become 'the richest member of Theresa May's cabinet'.
"24.01.2017 18:30:22" farnhamherald.com Black ice to blame for crashes THE A287 Frensham Road was closed on Wednesday, after a perilous patch of ice caused by a burst water main led to a succession of crashes on the A287 south of Farnham. “THE car in front of me slammed its brakes on so I put my brakes on, slid on the ice and I went flying."
"24.01.2017 17:30:30" farnhamherald.com Become an otter detective THE elusive otter could soon be moving into Surrey and wildlife lovers are asked to become 'Otter Spotters' to help look out for these beautiful creatures on the county's waterways. SURREY Wildlife Trust needs your help to play otter detective and report on any sightings of the animals in #Surrey.
"24.01.2017 07:30:13" farnhamherald.com Maltings launches dementia carers' club FARNHAM Maltings is delighted to announce the launch of its new group Take Care, a light-hearted drama improvisation group aimed at carers of people with dementia. ARE you a dementia carer? Then take a look below as Farnham Maltings launch its new group made specifically for you.
"23.01.2017 19:30:22" farnhamherald.com Olive branch offered in holiday homes row A DEVELOPER embroiled in a row with Churt residents over its mobile home park on the outskirts of the village has offered an olive branch to the community, in the form of sponsorship for charitable… A DEVELOPER embroiled in a row with Churt residents over its mobile home park on the outskirts of the village has offered an olive branch to the community, in the form of sponsorship for charitable causes in the area.
"23.01.2017 18:30:13" farnhamherald.com Surrey announces plans for a 15 per cent hike in council tax SURREY County Council leader David Hodge has announced shock plans to increase council tax by 15 per cent this April. DESPITE #Surrey finding £450m worth of savings from its annual budget, a 15% increase in council tax has been proposed.
"23.01.2017 17:30:49" farnhamherald.com Brother runs for Stacey STACEY Burrows and Lucy Pygott, the teenage runners tragically killed in November, will be remembered this weekend by Stacey's brother, Lee. “STACEY believed her athletic career was steering towards marathon running, I therefore see this as a tribute to the life she would have led.”
"23.01.2017 13:00:39" farnhamherald.com Get fit for Phyllis Tuckwell LOOKING for a new challenge this year? Then look no further as Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice gets ready for its annual Get Fit for Phyllis campaign, to raise money to fund the supportive and end of life… GET that adrenaline pumping in one of Phyllis Tuckwell's breath-taking Get Fit for Phyllis campaign challenges.
"22.01.2017 18:30:26" farnhamherald.com School gets a blast from the past CHILDREN from St Mary's Infant School in Frensham donned traditional Victorian costumes, lent by the Rural Life Centre, to welcome guests from the Frensham and Dockenfield History Society, to unveil… ST Mary's Infant School in #Frensham has found some truly unique photographs of the school dating back to its Victorian beginnings.
"22.01.2017 13:00:36" farnhamherald.com Harry has his own Iron Men THIS summer four men from Alton will be taking on the Iron Man Triathlon – a 2. FOUR friends are taking on a monster of a triathlon this summer for muscular dystrophy and the Help4Harry campaign.
"22.01.2017 09:30:09" farnhamherald.com Goats prove an education AS a part of their topic, 'Once Upon a Time', the younger children at St Andrew's Infant School in Farnham have been learning the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. CHILDREN at St Andrew's Infant School in Farnham enjoyed an afternoon with some very special guests.
"21.01.2017 18:30:16" farnhamherald.com Crime chief responds to criticisms SURREY Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), David Munro, has reassured Farnham residents that the authorities are doing “all they can” to address the town's spiralling anti-social behaviour and… ANTI-social behaviour and vandalism problems within Farnham are not going unnoticed by authorities, says Surrey PCC. http://buff.ly/2jUURs2
"21.01.2017 13:00:35" farnhamherald.com Students hope to catch judge's eye SHOWSHACK students will be hoping to wet the appetites of industry professionals in March when the successful finalists will perform at a Showshack's Got Talent evening. FANCY something new? This term Showshack has a January offer of two free dance or theatre school trial lessons.
"21.01.2017 09:30:11" farnhamherald.com January is the month to love your liver says expert JANUARY is Love Your Liver month, a national awareness campaign from the British Liver Trust aimed at encouraging the nation to look after their bodies and maintain a healthy lifestyle. LEARN how to love your liver, with Spire Clare Park Hospital's Professor Aftab Ala.
"20.01.2017 19:30:53" farnhamherald.com Fly-tipping figures show alarming rise NEW figures obtained by The Herald under the Freedom of Information Act reveal reports of fly-tipping in Farnham have increased by almost 50 per cent over the past two years. REPORTS of fly-tipping in Farnham have increased by almost 50 per cent over the past two years.
"20.01.2017 18:30:06" farnhamherald.com Council leader urged to publish 'secret letter' THE leader of cash-strapped Surrey County Council, David Hodge, has been urged to make public a “secret letter” he has written to the county's 11 MPs regarding the £30 million budget deficit. SURREY County Council leader David Hodge has been urged to release a "secret letter" he has written to MPs about the council's £30m budget deficit.
"20.01.2017 17:30:28" farnhamherald.com Vipers see off London sides FARNHAM'S local adult floorball team, Southern Vipers, beat two big London clubs in a thrilling match at The Edge in Haslemere. FARNHAM'S local adult floorball team, Southern Vipers, beat two big London clubs in a thrilling match at The Edge in Haslemere.
"20.01.2017 13:00:31" farnhamherald.com Lucky escape for driver in bridge accident TILFORD'S iconic stone bridge will be closed for the foreseeable future, cutting the village in half, after a car skidded through its barriers on a frosty Thursday morning and narrowly avoided… TILFORD has been cut in half after a car crashed into the village's iconic stone bridge, narrowly avoiding plunging into the freezing River Wey on Thursday.
"20.01.2017 09:30:13" farnhamherald.com Pupils braved the shave PUPILS at Farnham Heath End raised more than £2,000 after they took to the stage and braved the shave for Pancreatic Cancer Research, in front of a roaring crowd egging them on. PUPILS at Farnham Heath End School were transformed after putting themselves forward to brave the shave for cancer.
"20.01.2017 07:30:11" farnhamherald.com Insurance row over Bourne Mill fire THE historic Grade II-listed Bourne Mill Antiques Centre in Guildford Road shows no sign of being repaired more than a year after a devastating fire ripped through the 300-year-old building - with… “IT is a great tragedy and I have to say that in the 33 years that I've owned it, I never expected it to be the way it is..hopefully we'll get there eventually.”
"19.01.2017 19:30:04" farnhamherald.com Fundraising page set up for teenager A FUNDRAISING page has been set up to cover the funeral costs of Farnham teenager Nye Newman who died on the Paris Metro on New Year's Day. A FUNDRAISING page has been set up for #Farnham resident, Nye, who tragically died after a train accident in Paris.
"19.01.2017 18:30:40" farnhamherald.com Opposition leader casts doubt on claims THE party leader of Waverley Borough Council's opposition Farnham Residents group, Jerry Hyman, has questioned whether Tory plans for a '£5 to £10 million' redesign of Farnham town centre signal an… THE party leader of Waverley Borough Council's opposition Farnham Residents group, Jerry Hyman, has questioned whether Tory plans for a '£5 to £10 million' redesign of Farnham town centre signal an end to developer Crest Nicholson's “dangerous and
"19.01.2017 17:30:06" farnhamherald.com Surrey announces plans for a 15 per cent hike in council tax SURREY County Council leader David Hodge has announced shock plans to increase council tax by 15 per cent this April. HOUSEHOLDS in Farnham are set to be hit by an eye-watering £200 hike to their annual council tax bills this April.
"19.01.2017 13:01:24" farnhamherald.com Saturday Safari Club returning to Pierrepont PIERREPONT Farm in Tilford, is excited to announce the return of its Saturday Safari Club, a club aimed specifically at children with a keen interest in the natural world. TILFORD'S Saturday Safari Club, a group for budding naturalists returns this March, click below for information.
"19.01.2017 09:30:37" farnhamherald.com School hoping to bag some help ST Mary's Infant School in Frensham is bidding to bag a cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative. ST Mary's Infant School in #Frensham could benefit from a grant of up to £5,000, with a little help from you.
"19.01.2017 07:30:26" farnhamherald.com Singing for the mind HOMECARE provider Right at Home runs a weekly Singing for the Mind group at the Farnham Maltings, for those living with dementia and before Christmas Right at Home owner Alastair Shanks organised a… SOUTH Farnham School joined members of Right at Home's Singing for the Mind group for a good old fashion sing-song.
"18.01.2017 19:30:18" farnhamherald.com Hunt denies NHS facing a 'humanitarian crisis' FARNHAM MP Jeremy Hunt has denied claims by the British Red Cross that NHS emergency departments are facing a “humanitarian crisis”. MP Jeremy Hunt wants to promise all NHS patients that they will have access to high-quality care wherever they go.
"18.01.2017 18:30:05" farnhamherald.com Concern grows for missing woman SURREY Police are appealing for the public's help in finding a vulnerable woman from Farnham. HAVE you seen this lady? She was last seen by a neighbour in #Farnham at 7.30am on Saturday, December 17, 2016.
"18.01.2017 17:30:21" farnhamherald.com Architect passes away peacefully MICHAEL McLellan, former chief architect of Waverley Borough Council and an active member of the Farnham community, passed away peacefully on December 27, 2016, at the age of 91. MICHAEL McLellan an active member of the #Farnham community has passed away peacefully at the age of 91.
"18.01.2017 09:30:29" farnhamherald.com Two extra concerts are now planned FARNHAM Town Council has a treat in store for fans of the summertime programme of Music in the Meadow. “TO help banish the winter blues, we have responded to residents' requests and will start 2017 on a musical note."
"18.01.2017 07:30:27" farnhamherald.com First World War battle tank commander's papers published THE papers of a Somme tank commander who married his sweetheart in Farnham before fighting on the Western Front have been published for the first time by the National Army Museum. THE papers of a Somme tank commander who married his sweetheart in Farnham before fighting on the Western Front have been published for the first time by the National Army Museum. http://buff.ly/2j5apZH
"17.01.2017 19:30:09" farnhamherald.com Tesco boost for Ridgeway STAFF at Tesco Express in The Ridgway celebrated the stores reopening with a cheque presentation of £250 to The Ridgeway Community School in Farnham. TESCO Express on The Ridgway looks brand new after closing for over a fortnight for refurbishment.
"17.01.2017 18:30:13" farnhamherald.com Theresa May visits 'crisis cafe' A PIONEERING 'crisis cafe' offering a vital refuge for people in mental distress across the Farnham and Aldershot area welcomed a very important visitor on Monday. “FOR too long mental illness has been something of a hidden injustice in our country, shrouded in a completely unacceptable stigma and dangerously disregarded as a secondary issue to physical health."
"17.01.2017 17:30:14" farnhamherald.com Weydon's got plenty of talent AT the end of last term, Weydon School's talented singers and musicians performed in their annual Christmas concert. PUPILS at Weydon School didn't disappoint as they put their talent to the test in their annual Christmas concert.
"17.01.2017 13:00:19" farnhamherald.com Generous response to Wenceslas appeal SINCE the November launch of Project Wenceslas, when Farnham Lions invited those pensioners who felt they did not need their Winter Fuel Allowances to donate them to those less fortunate, the club… AN appeal that invites pensioners to pass on their winter fuel payments has raised a staggering £15,768.
"17.01.2017 09:30:44" farnhamherald.com Take lumberjack challenge ELITE lumberjack competition, Stihl Timbersports, is looking to the residents of Surrey to find the next generation of athletes to put their axe and saw skills to the test at a taster weekend at… DO you have a taste for Timbersports? Then click below for more information.
"17.01.2017 07:30:06" farnhamherald.com Mud, glorious mud NURSERIES, early years groups, families and children up and down the country are being encouraged to take part in a Peppa Pig's Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children this May. HELP the world's most vulnerable children to have a brighter future by jumping in a muddy muddle this May.
"16.01.2017 19:30:40" farnhamherald.com Bin Laden inquest set to re-convene AN inquest into a plane crash which killed three members of Osama Bin Laden's family at Blackbushe Airport near Farnham is set to re-convene this March. AN inquest into a plane crash which killed members of Osama Bin Laden's family near Farnham is set to re-convene this March.
"16.01.2017 18:29:54" Timeline Photos “CARERS play an invaluable role and make such an enormous contribution in helping people stay in their homes." http://buff.ly/2jPN5Py
"16.01.2017 17:30:05" farnhamherald.com Pair jailed for NHS fraud A CORRUPT director at the Royal Surrey County Hospital who accepted bribes of £80,000 in exchange for awarding lucrative IT contracts has been jailed for three-and-a-half years at Guildford Crown… A DIRECTOR at the Royal Surrey County Hospital has been jailed for three-and-a-half years at Guildford Crown Court.
"16.01.2017 13:01:36" farnhamherald.com Primary schools ranked in top seven per cent FOUR primary schools in Farnham have been ranked in the top seven per cent in England for Key Stage Two SATS results. SOUTH Farnham School, Rowledge School, Waverley Abbey and St Peter's, have been ranked in the top seven per cent in England for Key Stage Two SATS results.
"15.01.2017 13:01:23" farnhamherald.com Gala dinner raises £7,000 in memory of Hedgehog THE family of long-serving Hedgehogs volunteer and West Street hairdresser Terry Taylor have donated more than £7,000 to the Lymphoma Research Trust following a gala dinner in his memory. MORE than £7,000 was raised at a special gala dinner held in memory of #Farnham Hedgehog Terry Taylor.
"15.01.2017 09:30:10" farnhamherald.com Farnham outclass physical Bognor BOGNOR 7, FARNHAM 62 THIS game was over after 17 minutes – bonus point in the bag and Farnham leading 24-0 against lowly Bognor. THIS game was over after 17 minutes – bonus point in the bag and Farnham leading 24-0 against lowly Bognor.
"14.01.2017 18:30:09" farnhamherald.com New Year honour for council leader SURREY County Council leader David Hodge has been made a CBE in the Queen's New Year Honours. “IT'S a huge privilege to serve the residents of #Surrey....I'm determined to carry on doing all I can to stand up for the county."
"14.01.2017 13:00:25" farnhamherald.com Flood risk drop-in session RESIDENTS, businesses and community groups in Farnham are invited to 'get prepared' at a flood and winter risk drop-in on Thursday, January 19, from 4pm to 8pm at the Farnham Maltings. PREPARE yourself this winter, by visiting #Farnham Maltings for its flood and winter risk event this Thursday.
"14.01.2017 09:30:04" farnhamherald.com Everyone gets involved in production THE Woodlarks Centre in Lodge Hill Road, Farnham, echoed to roars of applause and cheers, after performing this year's Christmas nativity, A Miracle in Town, an upbeat version of the traditional… RESIDENTS at The Woodlarks Centre in Farnham, impressive audiences with their Christmas nativity, A Miracle in Town.
"13.01.2017 19:30:19" farnhamherald.com Rocking and rolling for good causes FANCY a bit of rock 'n' roll? Then head down to Farnham Rugby Club on Friday, February 24, for an evening of rock 'n' roll in aid of Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice and British Kidney Patient Association... GET your dancing shoes on and head down to #Farnham Rugby Club for a night of rock 'n' roll this February.
"13.01.2017 18:30:28" farnhamherald.com Olive branch proffered in holiday homes row A DEVELOPER embroiled in a row with Churt residents over its mobile home park on the outskirts of the village has offered an olive branch to the community, in the form of sponsorship for charitable… A DEVELOPER embroiled in a row with Churt residents over its mobile home park on the outskirts of the village has offered an olive branch to the community, in the form of sponsorship for charitable causes in the area.
"13.01.2017 17:30:03" farnhamherald.com Warning as bikes targeted by thieves POLICE have urged cyclists to take action following a spate of bicycle thefts locally. POLICE warn cyclists to be vigilant as the number of bicycles to have been reported stolen across the borough rises.
"13.01.2017 16:56:26" Timeline Photos UPDATED: The level crossing at Farnham Station has reportedly reopened following a fault earlier this evening.
Long queues developed on the A31 and into Farnham town centre, and trains have been delayed by up to 15 minutes in both directions, after the
"13.01.2017 13:01:34" farnhamherald.com MBE award for Paralympian AFTER winning gold at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, 27 year old sprinter Georgina Hermitage from Binsted has been named in the Queen's New Year's Honours List. “I'M blown away really. It is the icing on the cake after Rio and getting gold," said Georgina Hermitage.
"13.01.2017 09:30:18" farnhamherald.com MP congratulates Janet on her award FARNHAM MP Jeremy Hunt has congratulated “one of our brightest lights” Janet Maines after the community stalwart made an MBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours list. “JANET'S commitment to our community is boundless....we are truly lucky to have her as one of our brightest lights.”
"13.01.2017 07:30:15" farnhamherald.com Appeal after man sexually assaulted POLICE are appealing for information after a 21-year-old man was sexually assaulted in Badshot Lea Road last Saturday. POLICE are appealing for information after a 21-year-old man was sexually assaulted in Badshot Lea Road.
"12.01.2017 19:30:22" farnhamherald.com Farnham man identified as author of Trump dossier A FARNHAM man has 'gone into hiding' after being identified as the author of an explosive dossier containing claims about the US President-elect Donald Trump. THE world's gaze fell on #Farnham today after a local man became embroiled in the latest controversy to rock US politics.
"12.01.2017 18:29:58" farnhamherald.com Save for social care is MP's stark warning FARNHAM MP and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has called on people to save for their social care as well as their pensions, following reports of Surrey County Council's “social care crisis”. “People will need to save for their social care much as they do for their pension."
"12.01.2017 17:30:38" farnhamherald.com Improper use of 999 service “IT'S Christmas and I'm smashed out of my nut - get me a cab home. “IT'S Christmas and I'm smashed out of my nut!" – that was a 999 call received on Christmas Eve by a Surrey Police call handler.
"12.01.2017 15:26:22" farnhamherald.com Farnham man identified as author of Trump dossier A FARNHAM man has 'gone into hiding' after being identified as the author of an explosive dossier containing claims about the US President-elect Donald Trump. A #FARNHAM man has sensationally been identified as author of the Trump dossier currently rocking US politics.
"12.01.2017 14:31:31" farnhamherald.com Met Office forecasting snow tonight UP to 10cm of snow may settle in Surrey and Hampshire from around 5pm this evening (Thursday), the Met Office has warned. GRAB your toboggan - up to 10cm snow may settle in Surrey and Hampshire tonight says the Met Office!
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"12.01.2017 09:30:09" farnhamherald.com Youngsters did go to the panto THE Princes Hall in Aldershot kindly donated 40 tickets to is Christmas pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, to Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care. OH no they didn't!
"12.01.2017 07:30:16" farnhamherald.com Children's centre thanks supporters STAFF at Potters Gate Children's Centre in Farnham hosted its annual coffee morning to say thank you to all of those who supported the centre over 2016. “I just really want to thank you for the on-going support," says the manager of Potters Gate Children's Centre.
"11.01.2017 19:30:42" farnhamherald.com Pensioner has faith in human goodness restored A PENSIONER has thanked the Farnham community for 'restoring her faith' after she was handed an envelope containing more than £500 last week following a public appeal to replace her stolen pension… AN elderly lady whose pension money was stolen in the days before Christmas has now received more than £500 in donations thanks to the generosity of the Farnham public.
"11.01.2017 18:30:38" farnhamherald.com St Andrew's to hold open day ST Andrew's Infant School pupils enjoyed a novel take on an Advent calendar before the Christmas holidays. PROSPECTIVE parents and their children are invited to St Andrew's open day tomorrow, from 9.30am to 11.30am.
"11.01.2017 17:30:16" farnhamherald.com Detainee released from solitary BRITISH-Iranian woman Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been held in an Iranian prison since June after being accused of attempting to overthrow the government, has been released from solitary… "NAZANIN was told that she would be moved out of solitary and into the general cells....she is no longer alone.”
"11.01.2017 14:08:07" farnhamherald.com Snow now 'likely', says Met Office THE Met Office has upgraded a weather warning, with the prospect of snow in Surrey and Hampshire this Thursday now thought more likely. SNOW is now 'likely' to cause disruption in Surrey and Hampshire tomorrow, forecasters have warned.
"11.01.2017 13:00:38" farnhamherald.com Pupils had a happy day at Aladdin panto CHILDREN from The Ridgeway Community School in Farnham, were treated to a day trip to Yvonne Arnaud Theatre to see Aladdin, after being gifted a day trip by Happy Days Children's Charity, a national… THANKS to Happy Days Children's Charity, pupils from The Ridgeway School enjoyed an upbeat evening at the theatre.
"11.01.2017 09:29:57" farnhamherald.com Unravel returns to Maltings in February FARNHAM Maltings' annual international festival of knitting, unravel, will return for its ninth year in February. ONE of the largest knitting festivals in the UK, unravel, will be making its return to Farnham Maltings next month.
"11.01.2017 07:30:26" farnhamherald.com 'Music while you munch' THE monthly 'Music while you Munch' organ recitals at St Andrew's Church, Farnham, will recommence in the new year with the return of Gillian Lloyd on Tuesday, January 10, at 1. GET down to St Andrew's Church in #Farnham, as its monthly 'Music while you Munch' organ recitals return to town.
"10.01.2017 19:30:09" farnhamherald.com Fancy dress race a popular event in Runners' calendar FARNHAM Runners' annual festive handicap race has been held since 1986 and on the same course since 1990 and remains a popular event in the club calendar. CHRISTMAS spirit was in abundance as #Farnham Runners donned flamboyant gear in December's festive handicap race.