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How time flies when you’re having fun! It may be a cliché, but for the Guildford Fringe team it rings true as they celebrate their fifth anniversary festival with a bumper year of vibrant theatre, comedy and a sprinkling of magic. Tinx Newton catches up with festival director, Nick Wychsna, to discover what’s in store

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With voting open for the 2017 Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards, here we catch up with a selection of last year’s award winning foodies to find out what success has meant for them

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In the absence of a no-fault clause getting a divorce is not always easy

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In life, you may sometimes look at others and think “I wish I could see what they see; have the same experiences in life; feel what they feel; enjoy what they enjoy”.

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A love of Liberty fabrics and the idea of being able to create something from that fabric motivates designer Amy Hunt of Willa & Bobbin. Janet Donin meets her at home in Reigate

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It’s been a good year for Dunsfold artist Marilyn Bailey, with her work selected for the Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries

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The latest exhibition at The Lightbox in Woking, In Their Own Words: Artists’ Voices from The Ingram Collection presents work by 22 British artists paired with archival audio recordings capturing their earliest memories.

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In this month’s column, author Miriam Wakerly heads to Shere and meets the man behind the picturesque village’s enlightening website

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Every month in Surrey Life magazine we discover what inspires Surrey’s top chefs. Here we meet Matt Worswick, head chef at The Latymer restaurant at Pennyhill Park luxury hotel and spa in Bagshot

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England has an increasingly international and mobile society and Surrey reflects this national trend.

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The future of the UK will be influenced greatly by how entrepreneurial the next generation proves to be. Simon Lewis CEO at Partridge Muir & Warren has found good reason for optimism.

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Guildford’s newest theatre company, TTA Productions, perform Terence Rattigan’s The Deep Blue Sea at the Mill Studio. Surrey Life art editor Tinx Newton watches on

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As she continues her ventures out and about in Surrey, this month, bestselling author Adele Parks drags her husband to one of Europe’s best antiques markets

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As Guildford Lions Club celebrates its 50th year, long-standing member Vic Quayle tells us about one of the many weekends he spends helping to organise local events for the club

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As artists across the county welcome visitors through their studio doors for Surrey Artists’ Open Studios this June, art editor Tinx Newton meets some of those involved and finds out why Surrey is such an inspiration to them

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The summer is a great time to indulge yourself in a little ‘me’ time, so join the Royal School of Needlework (RSN) for one of their day classes between now and August. When most schools close over the summer holidays, the RSN offers a wide variety of classes for all levels of hand embroidery.

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With wedding and race season upon us, Farnham milliner Beverley Edmondson shows Rebecca Younger how to complete an outfit with the perfect hat

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Local celebrities attend VIP launch of The Ivy Cobham Brasserie before stylish new restaurant’s public opening

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With a decade of gardening journalism and a host of award-winning landscape designs to his name, Dan Pearson’s latest book is chock-full of insights gained from a successful career at the forefront of global horticulture, which began at the sprawling RHS Garden Wisley

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The passing away of well¬known Surrey resident Mary Wondrausch OBE, on Boxing Day last year, created a high demand from those wishing to own a piece of her work. The exhibition of her work at The Watts Gallery in February, subsequently sold out very quickly

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