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Woking Hockey Club women's first XI compete in the English Hockey League Women's League 1 (tier 2); the men's first XI compete in a regional league. The club has two AstroTurf pitches next to a clubhouse based in Goldsworth Park.
The cost for providing this is approximately UK£0.01/kWh less than for public electricity. It has been reported that the borough saves UK£974,000 a year in energy costs if the installation costs are ignored. By March 2004 the initiatives had also cut the borough's carbon emissions by 17.24% and those of the council by 77.4%.
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Elections to the borough council take place in three out of every four years, with one-third elected in each election. The election in 2011 gave the Conservatives an overall majority of seats for the first time in 20 years.
Woking Food & Drink Festival 2016 2 to 4 September
Another piece of public art is a Hawker Hunter jet fighter mounted on a pole roughly ten metres tall situated outside the Big Apple family entertainment complex. This is the last Hunter built and was used to promote the previous Planets family entertainment complex. Originally black, the plane is now finished in all-over silver.
Several combined heat and power stations provide district heating and electricity, and electricity is also provided by a combination of hydrogen fuel cells and solar cells dispersed throughout the borough. These are linked via an innovative private electricity distribution system operating completely off the public power grid.
The constituency of Woking has historically been a Conservative safe seat, with the Liberal Democrats being the principal opposition in the last five general elections. Its current Member of Parliament is Jonathan Lord.
Horsell Common is includes Bronze Age round barrows as well as the Muslim Burial Ground...
Woking has a Coroners Court and a Police Station, which is housed in a former school. In the area there are smaller police stations. Nearby, in Guildford and Surrey Heath there are two prisons: a Category C prison and a women's prison.
The Basingstoke Canal, completed in 1794, passes through the north of the town and is crossed by several footbridges and road bridges. The Lightbox, an Art Gallery, is sandwiched between the canal and Victoria Way, a dual carriageway. The canal underwent restoration in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s with the restoration completed on 10 May 1991.
Rail Accident Investigation Branch has one of its two operational centres in Woking.
Woking College is located in Old Woking and provides post-16 education.
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This year marks 150 years since the birth of H.G. Wells - a prolific English writer who was inspired to write many and some of his best known works, including War of the Worlds, whilst living in Maybury, Woking.
Since 2012, we have attracted in excess of 100,000 visitors per year to our range of free interactive, family-friendly events, including Party in the Park, Woking Food and Drink Festival, Diwali, Remembrance Sunday, to name just a few!
In order to do this, the local government laid new power lines to all locations on the Woking sustainable community energy system (due to Department of Trade and Industry regulations). Should the public power grid fail, central Woking would continue to have an energy supply.
Run by Woking Borough Council these facilities offer unrivalled opportunities for leisure...
A picturesque lake with miniature boating and fishing, ideal for walking, family picnics,...
She has been editorial director of the online and print titles in Surrey and north-east Hampshire since 2007. Marnie previously worked at the BBC as a producer for 5 Live, having moved to national radio from BBC Sussex and Surrey.
There is a large concentration of office accommodation in Woking town centre. Employers from the IT, FMCG, Engineering Services and Charities sectors are particularly well represented and provide a large number of highly skilled jobs. Significant local employers include Fidessa, Capgemini, Mouchel, Petrofac, John Wood, SABMiller and WWF UK.
Woking is also to home to the Surrey History Centre, which holds archives and records about the county.
To commemorate Wells' achievements, Celebrate Woking and its partners will deliver a cultural programme in his honour called Wells in Woking. Get ready for talks, walks, exhibitions and family events - all with a sci-fi twist!
Woking College Celebrates ESOL Achievements at The Maybury Centre09 September 2016
The Council is dealing with a number of incidents of flooding across the Borough. If you have been affected, or require assistance, please contact us on 01483 755855.
The Surrey campus of the International School of London is located in Woking.
Organisers, charities, runners and the deputy mayor of Woking turned out for the launch event of the 13.1-mile run
Woking is perfectly placed in the heart of Surrey and has a fast, regular train service from London Waterloo, which is just half an hour away. Visitors find Woking’s pedestrianised, accessible town centre easy to get around, especially with the added benefit of Shopmobility.
Bill Moore served in the RAF Bomber Command 138 Squadron during the Second World War, dropping secret agents into occupied Europe
Woking Borough Council’s successful Celebrate Woking is an established programme of community events.
A beautiful building, built in 1889 to serve students of the Oriental Institute, it was...
This was a £40 million project to take hundreds of Woking homes away from the flood plain of the Hoe Stream. It has also provided new community facilities and roads. Woking Borough Council had been planning this scheme, which was approved in September 2010, for over 20 years. It was being run in conjunction with the Environment Agency.
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Woking has a modern and successful economy. The local working population is characterised by educational attainment levels well above the UK average. The number of jobs in the borough in the managerial, professional and technical sectors is around 50%, 7% above the UK average. Local Employment is largely in the private sector - Woking is one of the districts in the UK least reliant on Public Sector employment.
Woking comes under Surrey PCT (Primary Care Trust), administered and run by the NHS. Group of GPs together with Woking Community Hospital serve a minority of local residents' primary healthcare needs with its walk-in centre but mostly works in the areas of community rehabilitation and neuro-rehab in the Ted Bradley Unit. Specialist hospitals nearby are St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey (for A&E) and Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford.
A huge range of indoor and outdoor activities within Woking's Park, including Woking...
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