Thursday Mar 6
Jenny Seagrove falls for Noel Coward play
In the past few weeks actress Jenny Seagrove has been acting in a play, releasing a debut single, rescuing stranded horses and working on a film production, but she managed to find time to speak to Jacky Byrne Clearly the former pupil of Godalming's St Hilary's School likes to keep busy.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
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Defence begins in 'complex' Fernhurst murder trial
IT has taken more than two weeks for the prosecution to give evidence in the Fernhurst murder trial and now the 14 defence barristers have started to put forward their arguments.
Black ice blamed as seven cars crash outside cemetery
One person was taken to hospital as a number of cars lost control and crashed on the A286 Haslemere Road Black ice is being blamed for causing seven cars to crash on Wednesday morning as motorists lost control and skidded off the road outside a cemetery, in Milford.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Crash victim Dan Burden had 'driven on road a million times'
An inquest into the death of popular tennis coach Dan Burden, 21, has heard he died while driving home from a leaving party with friends before travelling to Australia.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Rock Choir singers serenade couple for special TV proposal
Dozens of Rock Choir members took part in a proposal which was aired on TV show The Proposers this week Seventy members of the Rock Choir from Farnham, Guildford and Goldaming, as well as members of groups from further afield, hit the right notes to score a 'yes' for nervous Darren Major when he decided to pop the question to girlfriend Leann ... (more)
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Rapid rise of Chobham's new Hollywood star
Actress Lauren Maddox has starred alongside Hollywood A-listers such as Demi Moore and James McAvoy and is due to hit screens in upcoming film Verdigis From "tasty chips served with a smile" to "the best curry sauce", these are the places where you have your chips Actress Lauren Maddox has starred alongside Hollywood A-listers such as Demi Moore ... (more)
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Woman describes how she fell for A 54,000 online banking con
The victim of cybercrime describes the professional scam where con-artists made her think they were protecting her money, before stealing it all A cybercrime victim conned into transferring A 54,000 out of her bank accounts is warning others to watch out for scams.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Fernhurst Murder: Michael Griffiths hid A 40,000 of diamonds in flasks
FERNHURST murder victim Michael Griffiths was tortured for 40,000 worth of diamonds thought to be kept in a safe - but were later found by police stored in two picnic flasks, a court heard today .
Death of man who fell from hospital bed ruled accidental
Derek Lindley, 86, tried to climb over the rail of trolley bed. The fall caused facial fractures, which led to severe bleeding.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Man jailed for 'haymaker' punch that led to Ryan Harrison's death
Crown court judge jails three men involved in the death of 22-year-old Ryan Harrison at Guildford train station last year The man who killed Ryan Harrison by punching him and knocking him under a train has been jailed for five years.
Jeremy Hunt's visit to flood victims labelled 'too little, too late'
Residents are angry that it took their MP 52 days to visit homes on Catteshall Road which were flooded on Christmas eve Jeremy Hunt's visit to Godalming this week to chat with flood victims has been labelled as "too little, too late".
Mon Feb 10, 2014
The Supernatural Bunnymother of Surrey
It was the winter of 1726, and Nathaniel St. Andre and Samuel Molyneux arrived in the market town of Godalming in Surrey to meet Mary Toft, a short, stout peasant of "stupid and sullen temper" .