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Walk like an Egyptian
Wildlife trust seeks Hedgerow Heroes
Boost for opportunities
Rotary boost for Home Start
Family feel to tournament
English Heritage condemns actions
New traveller incursion reported in Wrecclesham
Antiques centre closing its doors
Cycling event helps people get active
Town targeted by fifth traveller incursion in a week
Fair trade on agenda
Perfect venue for fashion shoot
Detective to be disciplined over Banner’s arrest
Holiday activities at Squire's
Prizes for the green fingered
Author wins Young Quills Award for historical fiction
Police join in knife amnesty
Travellers cause more headaches for the authorities
More misery for Upper Hale residents
Victory Day celebration
Car bursts into flames
Lorry overturns after hitting Wrecclesham railway bridge
Fun and frolics at summer fete
Cheque from mayor’s fund is boost for Ridgeway School
Residents campaign for faster broadband speeds
Waverley set for ‘bold’ job share move
In Bloom sponsors gain recognition
Anyone for tennis?
Cayman deaths inquest opens
Judge rules in favour of Neighbourhood Plan
A right song and dance for judges
Set back for landfill scheme improvements
Lions show their gratitude
Pupils rise to challenges
Housing prices force local people to leave
Thunder and lightning possible
Lions stage a sizzling summer spectacular
Waverley housing targets increased
London to Paris ride for hospice
Chance for art to get wider audience
Colin Firth is welcome guest
Get on your bike for dog charity
Ever had that sinking feeling?
A touching tribute to brave Robbie Keville
Generous response to BHF appeal
Para Games extended to allow greater participation
Hundreds flock to show
Network Rail issues travel warning to passengers
School launches training programme
Finding Farnham Festival at museum
Girls win national speaking contest
Hundreds participate in Walk for the Wards
Caravans appear at Heath End rec
England rugby star inspires
Paralympian Kylie to compete in 2017 championships
Marathon goes from strength to strength
Volunteers roll up their sleeves
Wisley weekend of cultural delights
Pupils put on the Hollywood style
Double glazing firm fined £80k over illegal sales tactics
Coveted award for St Andrew’s School
Sir Topham Hatt is back
Homes plan withdrawn
Run in memory of talented athlete raises vital cash for air ambulance
Resident placed on Sex Offenders' Register
Rotary presents funds from events
New firm affirms commitment to Guildford rail link
Traditional summer fete a grand occasion for villagers
Bells Piece opens doors as part of National Garden Scheme
Work gets under way on home scheme
Investment provides ringing endorsement for Maltings
Medals day celebration for young footballers
Inspector challenges Waverley’s homes assessment figures
£6.9m cash boost for Royal Surrey A&E
All Hallow’s students dressed to impress
Many hands make light work
Work on smart motorway is completed on schedule
Festival funds are donated to hospice
Construction work on East Street due to start 'soon'
WaterAid volunteer spreads the word
Show celebrates its 90th anniversary
Success for Birdworld Bustard project
Views invited on play equipment
Will’s on a mission
Town gets into the Tour de France spirit
Police cross border drugs crackdown nets another four
Popular kids toys impounded
Surrey predicted to overspend by £24m
Hale Carnival enjoys best turn out ever
Bar launches investigation into ‘exclusion’
A long ride for Robbie
Lib Dems attack recycling cutbacks
Pedal power for Childline
Water main bursts AGAIN in Upper Hale
Gratitude for Guide Dogs collection
Young poet rewarded with invitation to Passchendaele
Pupils dressed to kill at their prom
Make a date with Hayfest
Entrepreneur is star of the show
Church action on parking problem
Almost 600 homes to be built in Waverley per year
Undergraduate is proud recipient of two awards
Thousands start new businesses
Memorial to founder
More traffic delays expected
Developer re-submits homes plans
Celebration time in care homes
Growing demand for Labour stalwarts to be reinstated
Community to lose vital bus services
Fly-tipping menace on the rise
Fire station open day
New survey to address people’s health needs
People give generously to support work of Marie Curie
Air pollution motion sparks council storm
Hale Fest a day to remember