Latest News In Walton & Weybridge

17th Apr 2018

Full list of candidates for Elmbridge local elections 2018

The candidates for the local election in Elmbridge on May 3 have been named.
13th Apr 2018

Permission for Costa Coffee to open in Thames Ditton High Street granted

Costa Coffee looks set to come to Thames Ditton after Elmbridge Council granted planning permission.
13th Apr 2018

Suspected arson at flat in West Molesey

A suspected arson in West Molesey is being investigated by police.
12th Apr 2018

Surrey County Council chief executive pay among highest in UK

Surrey County Council’s previous chief executive was among the highest paid managers in local government across the UK last year.
12th Apr 2018

Seafood 'number one suspect' in Russian whistleblower death, inquest hears

Seafood is now the "number one suspect" in the death of wealthy Russian whistle-blower Alexander Perepilichnyy, who died after collapsing while jogging near his Weybridge home.
10th Apr 2018

Dominic Raab's consultation on illegal traveller camps welcomed by Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner

Esher and Walton MP Dominic Raab’s consultation on unauthorised encampments has been welcomed by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, David Munro.
9th Apr 2018

Elmbridge and Runnymede talking newspaper reviews year of Weybridge Hospital Fire destroying studio

Reviewing a year in which the fire at Weybridge Hospital destroyed their studio, Elmbridge and Runnymede Talking Newspaper paid tribute to the hard work that got them back on their feet.
6th Apr 2018

New laws could make landlords hike up London rents

London landlords could be forced to sell their rental property or hike up rents, a study has found.
6th Apr 2018

Key questions as sugar tax on soft drinks comes into force

A new tax on sugary soft drinks is now in force across the UK.
1st Apr 2018

Average cost of full panini sticker album is over £700 says mathematician

A single collector trying to complete Panini's World Cup 2018 sticker book would cost on average £773.60, a leading mathematician has calculated.
31st Mar 2018

Police appeal after co-op robbed in Addlestone

Police are appealing for any wintesses after a Co-op in Addlestone was hit by a robbery.
29th Mar 2018

Tap and pray: seventh-century church hopes contactless payments will help younger congregation donate

Seventh-century church St Mary’s Stoke D’Abernon has taken the very modern step of allowing contactless payments for donations, hoping it will help attract a younger congregation.