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Latest News

Asda and Aldi have joined Waitrose in banning the sale of high-caffeine energy drinks to children under 16.
A Sunbury teenager has denied carrying out the Parsons Green terror attack which injured 30 people.
An Oxshott woman is planning to swim the English Channel this summer to help stop child sex trafficking in Mumbai.
Football icon Cyrille Regis died aged 59 of a suspected heart attack on January 14, and his first manager has paid tribute to the “wonderful lad” he remembers.
Multiple weather warnings for London have been issued by the Met Office as the capital is set to be besieged by harsh weather.
More than 120 cases of measles have now been confirmed in outbreaks affecting five areas across England.
"A climbing frame is on the shopping list at Ashley C of E Primary School, Walton-on-Thames, after the Friends of Ashley (FOA), the school’s Parent Teacher Association, rallied parents and staff together to raise a record breaking £11,500 at last year’s Christmas Bazaar. A giant cheque was handed over to the school by Sharon Moat and Lindsey Blake (FOA Co-Chairs) and will be spent on a Tangle Tree Climber with the long-term plan of creating an exciting and meaningful outdoor play area by September 2018.  Sharon Moat and Lindsey Blake, FOA Co-Chairs, said: “This year, we wanted the money we raised to go to a specific item – something tangible to show what the money raised at the Christmas Bazaar has been spent on.  We are so grateful for the parental help and contributions we received and are delighted to be able to provide this equipment for the school.” Richard Dunne, Headmaster, added, “At Ashley, we work together with parents and staff for the benefit of the children. We are thrilled to be presented with this cheque by the FOA and would like to thank everyone involved for raising much needed supplementary revenue for the school. This fantastic new sustainable play equipment has been chosen to help our children develop both physically and socially as they move through the school in a way that supports health and fitness.” Work has already begun on the Tangle Tree Climber. "