Latest News In Walton & Weybridge

15th Aug 2017
5:28pm

Ghandi chose a Tadworth woman's father to help bring peace in India after mass killings 70 years ago

A Tadworth woman’s father was personally picked by Ghandi to be on a committee to broker peace between Muslims and Hindus after widespread rioting.
15th Aug 2017
11:33am

Rail fares could increase by 3.6 per cent next year

Rail fares are set to rise by around 3.6 per cent in January next year, affecting commuters as season tickets and some return fares.
15th Aug 2017
10:50am

Here are some ways you can volunteer in Elmbridge

If you want to improve your skills, meet new people or simply do something for the community, there are several volunteering opportunities listed by Elmbridge Volunteer Centre for the Autumn.
11th Aug 2017
5:11pm

Arrest made by police investigating Robyn Mercer murder in West Molesey

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in relation to the death of Robyn Mercer from West Molesey.
11th Aug 2017
1:13pm

Hospital fire destroys equipment of news digest service for people with difficulty reading

The fire at Weybridge Community Hospital in July has left a news service for those who have difficulty reading in need of a new home.
11th Aug 2017
12:17pm

‘Whatever this driver had going on must have been super important’: Police catch driver travelling at 60mph with phone in BOTH hands

A driver was caught travelling at 60 miles per hour with a phone in each hand.
9th Aug 2017
4:30pm

'Of course it floods': Road near railway station closed due to deep water

Firefighters are helping stranded cars struggling in deep water in Worcester Park.
9th Aug 2017
2:34pm

Concern for missing teenager from Walton

A teenager has gone missing from Walton, causing concern for his welfare.
9th Aug 2017
8:04am

Children as young as five thrown out of school for sexual misconduct

Children as young as five have been thrown out of school for sexual misconduct, an investigation has found.
9th Aug 2017
7:36am

Yellow warning issued for London as downpours move south

Up to 80 millimetres of rain could fall across parts of the country in the next 24 hours as heavy downpours are expected to continue.
8th Aug 2017
9:58am

Garden centre raises £2,500 for marine conservation through plastic bag sales

A garden centre has raised £2,567 just by charging for plastic bags, with the money going to the Marine Conservation Society.
8th Aug 2017
8:14am

Weather warning for London as UK braced for summer downpours

Large swathes of the country are due to be hit with "thundery downpours" over the next two days.

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