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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

As temperatures soar, you don’t have to sacrifice style for comfort, says Pip Mills more

12 Jul 2017 16:44 Health/beauty

What better way of staying youthful than to work with young people as a volunteer? Samantha Laurie looks at some inspiring local opportunities more

12 Jul 2017 14:45 Kids/Schools

From posh picnics to cool cakes and classes, summertime is filled with gorgeous, gastronomic goings-on. Sophie Farrah rounds up the very best more

12 Jul 2017 15:04 Food

Train travel isn’t all about delays. On holiday it can be full steam ahead. Sarah Tucker keeps the conversation on track more

12 Jul 2017 15:33 Health/beauty

Being active is not the preserve of the young. There are plenty of fitness opportunities for the older (wannabe) athlete, discovers Fiona Adams more

12 Jul 2017 15:50 Health/beauty

Learn something new – and make friends in the process – with one of the many health-benefiting courses, projects or volunteering schemes throughout the county more

17 Jul 2017 10:05 Craft & Country

It takes courage for the English to teach the art of Gallic cookery in France. William Gadsby Peet talks to chef Heather Hayes about swapping Windsor for the Canal du Midi more

17 Jul 2017 10:14 Food

Moving into a retirement residence can be a hard call. But sometimes it’s a home from home. Miranda Jessop researches some top local options more

12 Jul 2017 11:37 Home Style

From Nicola Millbank's cookbook, 'Milly's Real Food' more

5 Jul 2017 10:37 Recipes

There are few things as good for you both mentally and physically as a solid yoga session. Sophie Williams lists her top yoga studios in Surrey and South West London for helping you find your inner Zen more

28 Jul 2016 15:45 Health/beauty 1 Comments

Looking for a new local? Brooke Theis rounds up the best pubs in and around Guildford to wine and dine or sipple and tipple more

14 Jul 2017 16:41 Food

Carlton Kirby is one of the most familiar voices in cycling. Ahead of this year’s Tour de France, the Eurosport commentator tells Fiona Adams how his career took him from Sheffield to Teddington via Norwich and the South Seas more

15 Jun 2017 16:45 Interviews 1 Comments

Surrey is abundant with historical landmarks and famous faces; here are some of the less well-known historical sites and people who have resided in the county, and have left their mark on local and national history more

7 Jul 2017 09:45

Miranda Jessop plasters the walls with stylish be-spoke bike paraphernalia more

16 Jun 2017 10:23 Home Style

Be seen and look chic without compromising the essentials of performance and comfort, Brooke Theis explores a sartorial selection of summer styles for the modern cyclist more

16 Jun 2017 14:15 Health/beauty

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Love cycling but want to start training for a challenge? Make sure you’re well prepared and you should have fun as well as get fit, dietician Tracy Parker tells Fiona Adams more

16 Jun 2017 12:11 Health/beauty

Gearing up to watch the RideLondon-Surrey 100? All set for Wimbledon? A luxury picnic hamper could be just the ticket to keep you far from the hungry crowd more

20 Jun 2017 11:07 Food

The Royal Botanic Gardens has teamed up with the Bolney Estate in West Sussex to produce two new sparkling wines. Margaret Clancy does the decent thing and tries them both more

16 Jun 2017 11:57 Wine

Hold onto your pelvic floor. Samantha Laurie discovers a lunchtime comedy club for new mums and their babies more

16 Jun 2017 11:11 Kids/Schools

Making waves at this year’s International Youth Arts Festival is a musical retelling of Tony Bullimore’s dramatic brush with death in the Southern Ocean. Rosanna Greenstreet catches up with the nautical hero more

19 Jun 2017 16:53 Theatre/Arts

In need of some motivation to get out and exercise? Sophie Farrah looks at local hotspots where food and fitness combine in delicious harmony more

16 Jun 2017 11:45 Food

All the world’s a shrine, as Shakespeare might have put it. But modern pilgrimages have some surprising destinations. Sarah Tucker sets out more

16 Jun 2017 15:15 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

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