Surrey had a relatively small number of castles historically – just seven, compared with the 38 of neighbouring Kent, suggesting that our county has always been more ‘settled’. Stephen Roberts takes a tour of their sites to see what remains of them today...
On social media we asked Surrey Life’s followers and readers to name our county’s funniest, rudest, crudest and most bizarre place names. We weren’t disappointed and your fantastic responses have been compiled into this list
We’ve selected some of our favourite and most popular pieces of content to create this collection of places to visit, things to do and places to eat or drink when lockdown is over and we can all explore Surrey how we like
We’ve given you Devil’s Punch Bowl in the image above so you get the idea but the other 25 in our emoji quiz are down to you! Feel free to print off the questions and share it with friends and family - let us know how you do!
During these difficult times local businesses are under enormous pressure. Despite the challenges of social distancing many of Surrey’s favourite independent shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants and businesspeople are quickly adapting