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New sensory garden is blooming lovely!

THE reception classes at Potters Gate Primary School have been enjoying the delights of a new sensory garden this term, thanks to the hard work of parents, kind-hearted folk from Bells Piece, and the business community. The stunning garden, bedecked... read on

ST Peter’s Primary School has achieved its best Ofsted rating for more than a decade, after the Wrecclesham school was graded ‘good’ in all categories by inspectors. read on...
SURREY County Council leader David Hodge has backtracked on a decision to award himself a pay rise of up to 60 per cent. read on...
A WARNING that Waverley Council could find itself “in special measures” if too many developers win planning appeals over major planning applications it has refused has received short shrift from councillors representing Farnham. read on...
PEOPLE?living in Tilford have reacted with horror to a planning application to establish a tourism enterprise, with five caravan pitches, four eco-pods and a utility building at Sheephatch Lane. read on...



ALDERSHOT Town completed their third signing in a fortnight with the arrival of versatile midfielder Sam Hatton from Grimsby Town. Hatton, 26, is primarily a box-to-box midfielder, with a reputation as a set-piece expert, but initially established himself as a right-back at former club AFC Wimbledon, with whom he won the 2010-11 Conference play-off final. A graduate of the Stevenage Borough youth academy, Hatton went on to be a regular in the Grimsby team which reached the Conference Premier play-offs in both 2012-13 and 2013-14, as well as the 2013 FA Trophy Final. He has also won three caps for England C. “I was impressed with the ambition of the club and the facilities here are good, so it was quite an easy decision,” said Hatton. For full story, see this week's Herald.

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