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A SQUATTER has taken up residence at a Chertsey school - much to the delight of the children.
A blue tit has made its nest in a high-tech bird box in the grounds of Pyrcroft Grange Primary School in Pyrcroft Road.
INSPIRED by the impending visit of the world's greatest athletes, children in Chertsey enjoyed a day of mini-Olympics last week.
Dozens of youngsters crammed in for a Fun Zone event at St Ann's Primary School in Free Prae Road where they did their best to emulate basketball hero LeBron James and tennis champ Roger Federer as they were given lessons in basketball and tennis, as well as other sports.
THE BMX world took over Addlestone Moor on Easter Sunday with 275 riders visiting the recently refurbished Brackendene track for an important race meeting.
Runnymede Rockets hosted round two of the South Summer Series, which is an important competition contributing to the overall ranking of the best riders and teams in the south east.
YOUNG patients will no longer have to occupy the 'no man's land' between adult and children's wards, thanks to the generosity of Procter & Gamble.
A brand new Young People's Unit (YPU), opened at St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey last Friday, is a dedicated inpatient area for teenagers.
AN outreach programme of religious education drew to a close last week as primary school pupils visited their mentors at St George's College.
Children from St Charles Borromeo Catholic Primary School in Weybridge, St Anne's Catholic Primary in Chertsey, Holy Family Catholic Primary in Addlestone and St George's Junior School in Weybridge attended a mass at the college in Weybridge Road, Addlestone, last Thursday.
A LANGUAGE teacher who tutors children in Addlestone has won a prestigious award in recognition of her continued excellence.
Sheila Sen, who teaches dozens of kids French, has been crowned as the La Jolie Ronde's regional licensee of the year for the London area.
BEAUTIFUL gospel music filled The Barbican in London when the St George's College chamber choir gave an electrifying performance to claim a national title.
Singers from the Weybridge Road school in Addlestone won the senior section in Barnardo's Choir of the Year competition.
RUNNYMEDE Rockets hosted their first open race day last weekend with more than 50 riders taking part.
Saturday March 10 was the first time the newly reformed club has hosted a competitive day of riding at the refurbished facility in Brackendene, Addlestone Moor.
MORE than 60 protesters hoping to save green space earmarked for sale in Row Town, Addlestone, met on Saturday in a show of unity.
Residents of Marley Close organised the get-together at Hare Hill's brick field and it saw a strong turnout, despite pouring rain.
A LIFELONG dedicated cadet officer finally got his chance to meet The Queen - 35 years after missing out.
Ray Pennock of the St John Ambulance and Cadet Group in Weybridge was chosen to attend a service of dedication with the Queen in St Paul's Cathedral, yesterday (Wednesday).