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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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Fed up of awkward intros, bad coffee and pinstripes, Guildford-based founders of she.space, Liana Wilson-Frickers and Sorcha Egan, are turning business on its head with a new breed of networking for women

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In the first of a new series where we’ll discover what inspires Surrey’s top chefs, we meet Douglas Balish, head chef at the Michelin starred The Tudor Room restaurant at Great Fosters, in Egham

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Simon Lewis reflects on recent investment returns and looks forward to the future with increasing confidence.

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Connecting farms, businesses and people in Surrey through technology will create new opportunities for our countryside

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Surrey Life’s brand new columnist, best-selling author Adele Parks, convinces a frazzled friend and twins to accompany her on a trip to Bocketts Farm near Leatherhead

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As chief executive of The Children’s Trust, a charity providing specialist rehabilitation to children with brain injury, Dalton Leong makes the most of his time away from the office, relaxing in the Surrey countryside

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With a new series of Britain’s Got Talent having just hit the nation’s TV screens, last year’s winner, magician Richard Jones, is heading to Guildford to show off the power of our imaginations

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Self-confessed stationery addicts, Trudi Savin and Sophie Morton, combined their love of block printing with a passion for pattern to create Yateley Papers. Janet Donin meets Trudi in their Reigate studio

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BBC Surrey Breakfast host, James Cannon, discovers what people really think he looks and gets behind a right royal hospital campaign

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In this month’s column, best-selling author, Miriam Wakerley, focuses on Ripley and its famous farmers’ market

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With the testosterone-charged antics of The Grand Tour and Top Gear, it can be all too easy to forget that motorsports aren’t the preserve of motoring mad men. This year, female fans of The Supercar Event, which raises money for The Children’s Trust, are putting their feet down...

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Author Adele Parks moved to Guildford from London 12 years ago to replicate her idyllic, chaotic, home-spun childhood on Teesside. She’s written 16 books in 16 years; sold 3m copies and is published in 26 countries. Her books – including The State We’re In and The Other Woman’s Shoes – have been borrowed more than 1.5m times from Britain’s public libraries - which delights Adele, since she spent a large proportion of her early years in them

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Shopping channel presenter, lifestyle author and Banstead resident Debbie Flint, talks about being a film geek and seeing Surrey at its finest at the Abinger Hammer Medieval Fayre

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Camberley Theatre’s newly-appointed venue and operations manager, Andy Edmeads, loves his job so much, he often spends his weekends visiting Surrey’s theatres too but he also makes time to flick through old vinyls and sample cheese

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Celebrating the very best of our county’s fabulous food and drink offering, the Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards are back for another year. With voting now open across 16 categories, from the best restaurants and pubs to local foodie shops, here we reveal this year’s judging panel...

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Her vibrant and refreshing take on our beautiful county saw Judit Matthews named our first Landscape Painter of the Year. Matthew Williams discovers her inspirations

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Aiming to re-invent ravioli with Surrey ingredients is a bold ambition, but having launched RaviOllie last year it’s one that Kingston upon Thames-based chef Oliver Greenhalgh takes seriously…

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There are more family businesses in the South East of England than any other area of the UK. They form an important part of the UK economy and - just like other businesses, across all sectors, they are affected by fast-changing technology.

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