We launch our very own Certificate of Excellence to reward local organisations that add to the overall culture and wellbeing of Surrey & SW London more

12 Oct 2016 11:16 News

There are some cracking Easter egg hunts happening this year in your area. Check out our review of twelve of the most eggcellent places for all the family to enjoy a great day out. more

13 Mar 2017 11:09 Kids/Schools

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As exam season for the new style A levels beckons, Easter revision courses have never been more popular. Samantha Laurie looks at the key players more

31 Jan 2017 16:50 Kids/Schools



There are so many fun and imaginative chocolatey treats to choose from, says Catherine Whyte more

30 Mar 2017 16:37 Food 1 Comments

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Paula Beetlestone

Now that spring has officially sprung, it’s time to embrace all things floral. And there’s some blooming marvellous things out there, says Fiona Adams more

27 Mar 2017 17:17 Health/beauty

Forget Easter eggs, Margaret Clancy recommends getting your chops around some gorgeous chocolatey reds instead more

27 Mar 2017 14:38 Wine

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He is part of the broadcasting aristocracy. But John Humphrys has a charitable eye on the poor. Ahead of a talk in Epsom this month, Emily Horton hears his thoughts on Today and hopes for tomorrow more

15 Mar 2017 11:41 Interviews

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If you fancy waking up in the wilderness but just can’t live without a warm bed, then look no further. Sophie Farah talks us through her love affair with glamorous camping more

27 Mar 2017 16:43 Health/beauty

Richard Herring is one of Britain’s leading comedy pioneers. William Gadsby Peet reels him in ahead of his tour dates at Camberley Theatre, Reading's Hexagon and Dorking Halls more

29 Mar 2017 17:22 Theatre/Arts

Miranda Jessop digs up ideas to give your garden a makeover without getting your hands dirty more

27 Mar 2017 15:44 Home Style

Are British kids ready for American-style summer camps? Samantha Laurie looks at the best residential kids camps in Blighty. more


Jane McGowan meets Paul Miller, celebrated artistic director of Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre more

30 Mar 2017 12:47 Theatre/Arts

You may be on holiday but there is no excuse for scruffiness in the terminal or beyond, says Pip Mills more

30 Mar 2017 12:32 Health/beauty

What began with 15 students standing round a piano at lunchtime has grown into a national phenomenon. Jane McGowan catches up with Rock Choir founder Caroline Redman Lusher more

30 Mar 2017 16:57 Interviews

To celebrate April's Earth Day Sophie Farrah explores the power of plants and takes a look at some of the best local places to go veggie or vegan more

30 Mar 2017 15:53 Food

Surrey paralympian Hannah Russell has certainly done her county proud. Here, she tells Jane McGowan about life in and out of the pool more

30 Mar 2017 17:22 Interviews

Gareth Gates talks to William Gadsby Peet about Pop Idol, musical theatre, Brexit and coconuts ahead of his performance in Footloose at the New Victoria Theatre in Woking July 18–23 more

6 Jul 2016 14:59 Interviews

Ignoring the scary advice, blogger and journalist, Amy Baker set out alone for a Great Big Adventure more

31 Mar 2017 11:06 Interviews

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Epsom is the “mysterical” land of Hobbledown – a magical place guaranteed to tire out even the most energetic of children! more

29 Mar 2017 15:13 Kids/Schools

If travel and horses are two of your favourite things, look no further. Sarah Tucker hops into the saddle to find the best equestrian holidays for you more

23 Feb 2017 12:25 Health/beauty

Bruce Casalis, founder of the multi-award winning Bruce’s Doggy Day Care, talks to Jane McGowan about his state-of-the-art dog care centre more

17 Feb 2017 10:26 Interviews

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