Having have made it their mission to prove that the gentler hills and calmer waters of Surrey are just as engaging as any jagged cliff face, photographers Rachael Talibart and Jenifer Bunnett new photography exhibition will celebrate our local landscape.
This year’s display at the Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden is the largest in their 31-year history – a fact that is made even more remarkable considering how much damage the gardens suffered in last winter’s storms.
As England’s largest vineyard, Denbies is also one of our best-known visitor attractions – but what is less well-known is that tucked away on the third floor of the iconic flint-clad building is a fine dining restaurant with spectacular views. Caroline Harrap pays a visit
As the head teacher of the seniors at Notre Dame School in Cobham, Anna King doesn’t have a lot of spare time in her busy day – but when she does get a moment to herself she enjoys the intellectual rigours of The Times’ cryptic crossword…
The world has moved on a long way from blackboards, chalk and board rubbers, and the technological revolution in our school classrooms has been moving at a truly blink-and-you’ll-miss-it pace. Matthew Williams brings us up to date
Three iconic elephants from the national Elephant Parade tour have been offered to the Shalford-based conservation charity the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation to help generate funds for their emergency orphan elephant appeal.
She may be rather better known as a QC in the hit TV series Judge John Deed, but away from the limelight, Jenny Seagrove spends most of her time running the Mane Chance Sanctuary in Compton, near Guildford, where she cares for horses and ponies that have been abused or abandoned. Jack Watkins pays a visit…
Now a regular on our TV screens, Noel Fitzpatrick (aka Channel 4’s Supervet) has become renowned for his pioneering work replacing animal limbs – and all from his surgery just outside the little village of Eashing. Carole Malone went to meet him
Former bassist with The Jam, Bruce Foxton likes nothing more than retreating to the tranquillity of his home in Hascombe when he’s not out on the road touring – especially as there’s an energetic golden retriever who’s eagerly awaiting his return...
Imagine a vacation home where everything is taken care of; a sanctuary where your every whim is known – a luxurious travel lifestyle like no other. This is The World – the largest privately owned residential yacht on earth and the only one of its kind.