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4:00pm Sunday 20th July 2014
East Surrey College at Gatton Point in London Road, Redhill, will hold a free open day on Saturday, September 13, from 10am, for prospective students to see its facilities, speak to tutors and enrol on courses.
1:40pm Sunday 20th July 2014
Scenic Gatton Park in Rocky Lane, Reigate, will hold its next open day on Sunday, August 3. The gardens and grounds will be open from noon to 4pm, with guided tours during the afternoon and refreshments available in Gatton Hall. Admission is £4 per adult, with children free, and dogs welcome on a lead. The gardens and grounds include a bird hide, a restored Victorian parterre at the centre of the estate, and restored rock and Japanese gardens, all situated in 250 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown-designed parkland. Gatton Park is open on the first Sunday of the month from February to October. Website: www.gattonpark.com
10:00am Sunday 20th July 2014
The Betchworth and Buckland Society's autumn lecture will be on the controversial subject of fracking. Professor Richard Selley will give the lecture entitled, Fracking Shale Gas: What on Earth is that all about? in The Reading Room in Old Road, Buckland, on Friday, October 17, at 8pm. Website: www.bucklandsurrey.net
7:20am Sunday 20th July 2014
East Surrey N Gauge group of railway modellers, which meets on the first Thursday and third Wednesday of the month at Earlswood Baptist Church hall in St John's Road, Redhill, has announced the date of its 17th annual model railway exhibition next year.
4:00am Sunday 20th July 2014
Surrey Police has said it has shown violent offenders the red card, with the latest figures highlighting that public place and domestic violence incidents fell during this year's World Cup. For although England's performances on the pitch disappointed, total levels of violent offences reported during the World Cup, which ran from June12 to July 13, fell by around 40% compared with the figure recorded during the 2010 tournament.
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This year's Surrey Opportunities Fair, an event run by Surrey County Council to help young people considering their next steps, whether applying for further education or starting out in their chosen career, will be held at Epsom Downs Race Course, Epsom, on Tuesday, October 14, from 4pm to 7pm. Admission free.
5:00am Saturday 19th July 2014
Walkers will meet for the next monthly Woodhatch Ramble, a walk of about six to eight miles around the local area, at Woodhatch Community Centre, Whitebeam Drive, Woodhatch, on Thursday, August 7, at 10.30am. Walkers should be fit and at least 24 hours notice is required for booking on 01737 271030. Website: www.woodhatchca.org.uk
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Mole Valley Ramblers will hold a seven-mile half-day circular walk at Effingham on Sunday, July 27, meeting at 9.30am in The Street, Effingham, and taking a fairly flat route via Bookham, Effingham Golf Course and Old Lands Wood.
4:00pm Thursday 17th July 2014
Reigate Ramblers will hold a 5.5-mile circular walk entitled the Six Wives of Crowhurst and on the trail of Henry VIII, on Thursday, July 31, meeting at 10am at the car park next to the cricket field in Blindley Heath, and going via a flat route along farm tracks and fields, with ten stiles en route, and an optional pub lunch or drink afterwards.
2:20pm Thursday 17th July 2014
Merstham neighbourhood police panel will hold its next Portland House Surgery, meeting with residents and community representatives to discuss policing concerns and priorities, at Portland House in Portland Drive, Merstham, on Monday, July 28, at 10am.
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The ReadWell (Redhill Library) Reading Group will hold its next meeting in the upstairs cafe at The Harlequin Theatre, Warwick Quadrant, Redhill, on Wednesday, August 13, when members will discuss Nick Hornby's book, A Long Way Down.
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Victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence in Surrey are to benefit from £450,000 of additional funding for support services in the county. The announcement last week followed a number of successful applications from Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Kevin Hurley to the Ministry of Justice.
2:00pm Tuesday 15th July 2014
Redhill Comedy Cottage will open up again at the Harlequin Theatre in Warwick Quadrant, Redhill, for the last night of the current comedy season on Friday, July 25, at 8pm, with turns from Lewis Schaffer, Charmian Hughes, Justin Panks, Juliet Meyers, and BAFTA Award winner Nat Tapley as Sir Ian Bowler, with MC Sajeela Kershi and house music by Peter Dennis.
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Redhill's Warwick Community Choir is holding free open sessions for people of all ages and singing experience, with expert tuition and guidance, in association with The Warwick School and Raven Housing Trust, at The Warwick School in Noke Drive, Redhill, on Thursdays. The sessions run from 3.30pm to 4.30pm. For more details call Mrs Jo Synnott on 01737 764356, ext 202.
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Samantha Skeggles will be speaking to members of Horley Local History Society on the subject of Horley road names at the society's meeting in The Strawson Hall at 156 Albert Road, Horley, on Thursday, September 25, at 8pm.
6:00am Sunday 13th July 2014
Members of Betchworth Decorative and Fine Arts Society will hear from Christopher Bradley, a former civil engineer and adventure tour leader turned travel guide author, film-maker and consultant, in a talk entitled, the Treasures of the Silk Road – From China to the Mediterranean, at Betchworth Village Memorial Hall in Station Road, Betchworth, on Monday, July 21, at 2.30pm. The hall will open from 1.45pm for teas and coffees, with everyone to be seated by 2.25pm. For more details, including membership and joining, visit the society's website at: www.betchworthdfas.org.uk