Latest News In Banstead

23rd Jun 2017

NHS Trust fined over health and safety breaches after mental health patient falls to death from hospital chimney

An NHS Trust has been fined £300,000 after a mental health patient fell to his death from a hospital chimney tower.
23rd Jun 2017

Nork Post Office to close during WHSmith rebrand

Nork will be without a Post Office for nearly two weeks while refurbishment takes place.
23rd Jun 2017

What you should do if your fridge-freezer might be the same model that started the Grenfell Tower fire

Thousands of people have been urged to contact Hotpoint after police revealed the Grenfell Tower fire started in a faulty fridge-freezer manufactured by the company.
23rd Jun 2017

Accident and emergency departments need to do more to identify young people with alcohol problems, new study finds

Nine out of ten A&E departments are failing to identify young people with alcohol problems, preventing them from getting the help they need, a new study has found.
23rd Jun 2017

Nonsuch Town and Country Show takes place this weekend

A festival of food, dog show, motocross display, falconry, and magicians will all feature at the Nonsuch Town and Country Show this weekend.
23rd Jun 2017

Learn how to save your pet in an emergency with a Pet First Aid Course

A pet first aid course takes place in Epsom next month.
23rd Jun 2017

Here’s your chance to have your say about Epsom and St Helier Hospitals

People are encouraged to ask questions to the Epsom and St Helier Hospitals Trust Board at the Annual Public Meeting scheduled to be held at St Helier Hospital on Friday July 14 at 9am.
23rd Jun 2017

Ahmadiyya Muslim Association’s Quran exhibition on display at Bourne Hall in Ewell

An exhibition dedicated to the Quran is on display in Ewell this week.
23rd Jun 2017

Met launch campaign against 'snatch and grab' scooter robberies

The Met Police have launched a campaign against so-called 'snatch' and robbery offences of scooters.
22nd Jun 2017

Vile pervert who sexually assaulted young girl is now behind bars

A vile pervert who assaulted a young girl has been jailed and forced to register for life as a sex offender.
22nd Jun 2017

Proposed cuts to community recycling centres ‘would give green light to fly-tippers’, opposition councillor claims

Four Surrey recycling centres could be closed under proposed changes by the cash-strapped county council as it attempts to balance its budget.
22nd Jun 2017

2050: The year London will have complete zero-emission transport says Mayor Sadiq Khan

Plans to make London's entire transport network zero-emissions by 2050 have been unveiled by Sadiq Khan.