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Staff and students at Salesian School in Chertsey are celebrating record A Level… Read more >

No-one was injured in the fire, which took hold in Bridge Road, Chertsey on Sunday August 21

Chertsey has an admission-free museum on Windsor Street, which provides considerable information about the history of Chertsey. It features clocks by two local makers, James Douglass and Henry Wale Cartwright.[22] (Note however that there were three successive watchmakers called James Douglass (or Douglas) in the Douglas family, the latter based in Egham)[23] The Black Cherry Fair is an annual event which the Museum hosts. It includes live music and refreshments in the museum garden.

Dahl is renowned as one of the greatest children’s authors of all time and on September 13, the world will celebrate 100 years since his birth

A fire station watch commander has issued a plea for people to install smoke detectors following a devastating blaze in Capel

Chertsey Bridge is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and Grade II* listed structure that has the listed City Post at one end and is predominantly of ashlar stone with two white flagstone york stone pavements with a low weight limit and narrow carriageways rendering it useless to HGVs, who have Staines-upon-Thames or a motorway alternative to reach Spelthorne.[20][21]

Court heard Paul Edwards told Ann-Marie Taylor "to keep your mouth shut otherwise I’ll burn your house down and slice you up"

Salesian School is part of the Xavier CET, a group of nine schools in the Diocese who… Read more >

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The anxious wait came to an end on Thursday for hundreds of students across the borough - cue the celebrations

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Elevation is generally low at 14m in the Town Centre and 11m on the River Thames at Chertsey Bridge, making it the lowest place in Chertsey. The highest point is on the peak of wooded and inhabited St. Anne's Hill which reaches an elevation of 77m, making it the second highest point in Runnymede. Across Chertsey bridge, pictured, on the Middlesex side of the river is the Thames Path National Trail and Chertsey Lock.

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Zane's parents have been left frustrated and shaken by the coroner's conclusion his death was caused by carbon monoxide after two years 'fighting for the truth'

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Arson, vandalism and years of campaigning have hampered the chain's plans and it faces another setback after certificate of lawfulness rejected

The school has had a long-standing 'old boys' football[35] team that was established in the early 1970s and still enters a number of teams in leagues around South West London[36]

Bus services across parts of Surrey are to be withdrawn by bus company Abellio after it announced it would be ‘downsizing their operation’

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Annually, in early August, the Chertsey Agricultural Show is held here.[33]

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Once again we would like to thank all our exhibitors, competitors and visitors who attended the Chertsey Agricultural Show in 2016. The many thousands of visitors over the two days were able to enjoy a great day out. Date for 2018 is 11th & 12th August

Amy and Steve Deller, from Woking, faced their first Christmas as parents knowing their baby Joshua had a rare childhood cancer

Bournewood House is part of Bournewood Park Hospital a central building in a large medical NHS trust adjoining St Peter's Hospital, formerly a nursing wing of the above hospital when it was run from the Victorian period as a mental hospital or asylum retreat.[14]

Thorpe Park, part of Merlin Entertainments PLC, is on the northern boundary, connected by frequent buses from Staines-upon-Thames and Chertsey station.[19]

Zane's mum Nicole Lawler said the inquest into her son's death was 'legally and evidentially' flawed upon hearing the coroner's verdict on Wednesday

Samuel Lewis devotes one of his longest entries to then small town in his 1848 topographical guide to England:

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Today the history of the abbey is reflected in local place names and the surviving former fishponds that fill with water after heavy rain. The nearby Hardwick Court Farm, now much reduced in size and cut off from the town by the M25, has the successor to the abbey's large and well-supported 15th century tithe barn, mostly rebuilt in the 17th century.

A woman was pushed and grabbed late at night as she bent down to pick up her phone in a park

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After a five-week inquest the coroner said the seven-year-old death was an accident from carbon monoxide toxicity