Arts & Culture
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Ewhurst Players
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Audiences received an excellent evening’s entertainment with the Ewhurst Players’ production of “Quartet” by Ronald Harwood in the penultimate week of May. ...

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Film Finds in the Surrey Hills: Dirk Bogarde – A great film actor with links to Surrey
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Sir Dirk Bogarde was born Derek Jules Gaspard Ulric Niven van den Bogaerde of a Scots mother and a Flemish father who was the art editor of The Times. The ...

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Harvest Cranleigh
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We have been thanking entities and industrious farmers for bountiful harvests since pagan times. Harvest is the time to celebrate reaping what we have sown ...

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Free to Choose
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To continue this month’s theme, Free to choose, a three course menu of your own choosing. We live in a part of the world where we can go to the supermarket ...

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Artist of Cranleigh
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William Heath Robinson (31 May 1872 – 13 September 1944)   Heath Robinson’s main employment was in providing a unique brand of humour to ...

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A Tale of Two Ships – by David Edwards
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Many Cranleigh youngsters will remember school trips to the TS Gerald Daniel, affectionately known as the “GD”. The ship is a converted Minesweeper that lost ...

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Art of Cranleigh April 2016
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Art Of..... Well, anything can be an art form, if time is taken to appreciate it. Speaking, for instance. When we speak, our accents colour our words ...

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Just Say The Word
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In the English language, the use of the word ‘love’ ap plies to a range of feelings and experiences. From the love of a partner, to the love of your children, ...

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People Profile – Chris Wright
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Born in 1978 and raised in Norfolk, Chris Wright now lives in Cranleigh with his wife, Rebecca, and two young boys, Patrick and Ben. A self-taught artist, ...

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People Profile – Neil Longhurst
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THE MAN WHO SHOOTS BADGERS A few months ago, I was in the Cranleigh Co-op, unable to find what I was looking for, writes George Trolley. I was obviously ...

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