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Discover what Surrey has to offer in the evenings more

What's On

Nov 15-18: With over 150 artists, there's sure to be something for everyone! more

Craft & Country

Climb and Zip through the trees. Barrel crawls, rickety bridges and loads more for an exhilarating fun at Skywalk Adventure more

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“Remember, remember, the fifth of November...” – Here are some of the most spectacular local bonfire and firework nights in the area more

Kids/Schools

George & The Giant Pledge secures nomination for ITV London's Fundraiser of the Year in the annual Pride of Britain Awards more

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Make this month one to remember with the best things to do in SW London & Surrey more

What's On

It's Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Jane McGowan meets a Surrey family who are putting the disease to the sword more

Kids/Schools

There have been countless pieces written theorising that children respond better when you treat them as equals instead of treating them well, for lack of a better phrase, ‘like a child’. more

Kids/Schools

Got kids? Michele Theil has compiled a mighty list of fun things to do in and around Surrey when you've got a couple of eager children to entertain more

Kids/Schools

When it comes to decorating your little bundle of joy's bedroom a personal touch is always the best policy more

Home Style

Alice Cairns talks to Frédérique Hull about her story sharing website, Family Quilt more

Interviews

Alice Cairns talks to divorce coach Sara Davison about love, loss and the rise of the silver splitter more

Interviews

With the unsteady financial future many face now, grandparents are looking to help the next generation along. Samantha Laurie talks to Sarah Coles and Patrick Connolly for some advice on how to save money for your grandchildren's future. more

Kids/Schools

June 29 – July 29. A dazzling array of poetry, burlesque, comedy, opera, art, theatre, dance, music, kids’ events, workshops, talks and performances come to Guildford over July as part of the Guildford Fringe more

Theatre/Arts

Curtis Stigers and Phill Jupitus talk music and fun ahead of their appearances at this month’s Henley Festival more

Interviews

Why childhood deprivation can work wonders more

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Resident gaming fanatic William Gadsby Peet walks parents through what computer games their children will be after in 2018 with advice on exactly what each one contains more

Kids/Schools

Jane McGowan goes behind the scenes at the third Camberley International Festival to find out what makes this event stand out from the rest more

Theatre/Arts

What the Ladybird Heard. Emma Breton (Farmer), Benedict Hastings (Raymond, Lanky Len), Emma Carroll (Lily, Ladybird), Edward Way (Eddie, Hefty Hugh). Credit - Robert Day_lowres.jpg

Robert Day

3 STARS, May 29 – June 3. The story is slow on the get-go and idles over cheery songs but charming nonetheless, says more

Theatre/Arts

Whether you have dainty little toothy pegs or tombstones, it’s important to take oral hygiene seriously. Fiona Adams gets some advice more

Health/beauty