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At the Village Brasserie, attention to detail is uncompromising, with it's friendly staff, bold yet tasteful decoration, crisp linen, enchanting background music and most importantly the superbly fresh and aromatic cuisine. All of this comes at a competitive price showing true value for money.

We can cater for parties of all sizes either eating in or delivered to your door. A 20 year old man has died after being hit by a car in the early hours of Saturday morning in Reigate town centre. Ben Regan, a promising player at Dorking rugby player, was hit by a light coloured car in Bell Street at around 2am. Paramedics attended, but Ben was declared dead at the scene. A man in his 20s was arrested on Saturday afternoon on suspicion of several driving offences including failing to stop at the scene.

A man has been arrested in connection with two bank robberies at branches of Lloyds Bank in Guildford and Reigate. The first robbery occurred at the Reigate branch in the High Street at around 4. The second robbery took place at around A massive fire has destroyed several buildings at Redhill Aerodrome including the Chef on the Road restaurant. The fire was spotted at around 1. Eight fire engines and several special response units attended the scene but the buildings were already destroyed so fire crews concentrated on preventing the fire from spreading to other buildings.

The cause of the fire is unknown and an investigation is underway. Mr Fidler built his castle in Axes Lane in behind hay bales and kept it hidden until Mr Fidler appealed and at a public inquiry in November, inspector Rod Evans recommended that temporary planning permission be granted for a maximum of 3 years.

Six teenagers who are accused of brutally attacking a man for singing have denied the charges at Guildford Crown Court. When he crossed the road, one of the teenagers grabbed him and Mr Cooper retaliated before being hit from behind and falling unconscious. He awoke in hospital and required reconstructive surgery to his face. A man in his 40s is in a critical condition in hospital after being stabbed at a house in the early hours of Saturday morning. A 49 year old woman has been charged with affray, possession of an air pistol in a public place and criminal damage.

Jennifer Gwen Lloyd was arrested at the supermarket after witnesses saw her loading a gun nearby. A woman in her 50s has died after being found in a stream near Smallfield Road on Saturday 7th March.

Emergency services tried to resuscitate her at the scene and she was flown by air ambulance to St Georges hospital in Tooting where she was pronounced dead. The woman has been identified as Sandra Underhill and, whilst cause of death has not yet been confirmed, it is believed that she fell from a horse whilst riding along the road.

Surrey police are warning local residents to be extra vigilant after four homes in close proximity of each other were burgled within a 24 hour period. The houses in Vandyke Close, Brooklands Way and two in Budgen Drive were burgled on Tuesday and police believe they were specifically targeted for high-value jewellery and money. Surrey County Council are planning to increase council tax this year by 1. The cabinet will make a decision on the increase on Tuesday 3rd February.

A 28 year old man from Reigate has been arrested on suspicion of being involved with a gang responsible for up to burglaries in the South East. Police across Surrey, Sussex and Kent joined forces to catch the gang after a pattern emerged last September.

Officers were alerted to two burglaries in Midhurst and West Chiltington on Tuesday night and immediately pounced into action when a group of men were spotted in a stolen VW Golf. The men forced a Ford Focus to stop and then stole that car but had to abandon it shortly after. In addition to the suspect from Reigate, a 24 year old man from Sidcup, a 29 year old from Essex, a 20 year old from Billingshurst and a 16 year old boy were also arrested.

The 19 year old man guilty of the murder of St Bedes pupil Breck Bednar has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 25 years. The court heard how Daynes had lured 14 year old Breck to his home in Essex under the pretence of including the boy in a multi-million pound computer software deal having groomed him online for several months. Despite overwhelming DNA evidence and the original call made by Daynes, he tried to claim that two Middle Eastern men had broken into the flat, forced them to perform a sexual act and then stabbed Breck in the neck.

He changed his plea to guilty in November last year. After sentencing, many harrowing details of the murder were released to the public including the full recording of the emergency call Daynes made. After years of campaigning, Redhill is finally going to get a youth centre. The facility was agreed by Reigate and Banstead Borough Council and Surrey County Council at a meeting this week and it is hoped that the facility will be open in the next couple of months.

Surrey and Sussex police have launched a campaign to stop drink and drug driving over the festive period by publishing the names of offenders. Anyone caught committing an offence in December will have their details published on a special website and throughout local media.

Officers will also use Twitter to communicate arrests in real time. Members of the public are also being encouraged to participate in the campaign by reporting anyone they see getting into a car who could be under the influence. A night shelter for the homeless will be returning to Redhill, Reigate and Horley this Winter.

The shelter, which will be held in different church halls across the towns, will run for 11 weeks from December Up to 15 homeless guests can be accommodated each night and will be given an evening meal, a bed for the night and breakfast. Fears that the country is in for another Winter of flooding became a reality for many motorists this morning after torrential rainfall caused part of the M25 to collapse.

Three lanes of the clockwise carriageway near Leatherhead were closed, causing lengthy tailbacks on the motorway and throughout nearby towns. The whole park has been overhauled and is a real oasis in Redhill town centre, with new walking and cycle paths, benches and flower beds.

A woman in her 50s was kicked in the stomach and robbed by a man on a bicycle in broad daylight on Friday as she walked along a residential road. The woman was walking along Holmesdale Road in Reigate at around Without warning he kicked her in the stomach and demanded that she hand over money. He was described as fairly young and wore a dark beanie hat. The house in Blackthorn Road was one of three houses raided in the South East and a number of counterfeit designer items were seized including handbags, aftershave and clothes.

A 61 year old man was arrested at the scene. British Red Cross staff attempted to resuscitate him at the scene before he was taken to East Surrey hospital, where he was pronounced dead a short time later. Thieves stole a cash machine from a petrol station in Woodhatch last night in what looks like a well-planned operation. Four people arrived at the Texaco petrol station in Dovers Green Road in a white van shortly after midnight and removed the barriers to give them access to the forecourt.

They then pulled the free-standing cash machine over, smashed it open and emptied the contents into the van before making their escape. The M25 was thrown into chaos yesterday morning after an accident involving seven vehicles resulted in the closure of both carriageways. The accident happened between the Reigate and Leatherhead junctions at around 8. One man in a Toyota Yaris had to be cut free from his car and was then airlifted to St Georges hospital in Tooting.

The man in his 70s who was found unconscious in an East Surrey hospital car park died of natural causes according to a police investigation.

The man was discovered at around 5pm last Tuesday and was pronounced dead shortly afterwards. Initially, police suspected that a vehicle may have been involved in the death but have now announced, following a post-mortem examination, that there was no third party involvement. He had apparently been attending a routine out-patient appointment at the hospital and police are now investigating whether he could have been hit by a vehicle.

A cycling school for disabled youngsters are devastated after callous thieves stole all of their bicycles. Other cycling equipment, including helmets, was thrown around the area. A 29 year old man from Horley has been charged with arson relating to the series of recent attacks across Horley and Reigate.

David Stephens of Massetts Road has been charged with eight counts of arson, three counts of criminal damage and one count of attempted criminal damage. Surrey Police set up a special task force called Operation Retinta after it became apparent that the attacks, which included Old Reigations Rugby Club and Horley Lawn Tennis Club, were possibly being committed by the same individual.

Three men armed with crowbars robbed the Morrisons supermarket in Bell Street, Reigate in the early hours of yesterday morning. The raiders smashed through the front door of the supermarket at around 1am and threatened night shift workers before stealing two cash tills and leaving. An inquest into the death of a motor cyclist from Redhill has found that there were three contributing factors that led to the fatal accident in which he died.

He had rounded a blind corner at speed and was suddenly confronted by stationary traffic caused by temporary lights. He hit the car in front of him and then rebounded off a car travelling in the opposite direction. The inquest found that police had failed to identify a risk to life in regard to the positioning of the traffic lights following an accident at the same spot the day before Mr Friend died.

The jury also concluded that the positioning of the lights and warning signs for the roadworks being carried out by Sutton and East Surrey Water as well as the speed Mr Friend was traveling were contributing factors to his death. Seven people were taken to hospital for treatment after two cars collided in Salfords. The cars were travelling along Axes Lane at around Police have arrested a man from Horley in connection with the series of arson attacks over recent weeks.

The 29 year old from Horley was arrested on Friday and released on police bail until September 24 whilst the investigation continues. No further action will be taken against the 43 year old man from Epsom previously arrested in connection to the attacks.

Three teenage boys have been arrested on suspicion of aggravated burglary after police received reports of several men trying to break in to a house in Earlswood on Friday. The occupant of the house was not injured during the incident and the intruders fled after hearing police sirens.

The police helicopter was used to assist officers on the ground and the suspects, a 17 year old and two 13 year old boys, were arrested nearby. Oakwood Sports Club in Balcombe Road is the latest victim of fire, after a blaze destroyed part of the centre on Sunday night. The fire, which may have gone undiscovered for several hours, damaged the roof above the changing area. Whilst there is no evidence to support suspicions, police are not ruling out that the Oakwood fire could be related to the string of other arson attacks at sports clubs in Horley and Reigate.

Sweet-toothed thieves broke into two shops in Reigate town centre on Sunday night. Old Reigations rugby club has been the victim of a second arson attack, causing further damage to that suffered in another arson attack two weeks ago.

Emergency services were called to the club at around 4. In this attack, the North side of the building was targeted. The attack on 28th June badly damaged the South side of the building before fire crews could extinguish the blaze. The Crown Buildings will be demolished and a new four-storey office block will be built in its place. He has been released on police bail until August 21 pending further police investigation. A series of deliberately started fires around Horley and Reigate have resulted in a reward being offered by Crimestoppers.

The latest arson attack was in the early hours of Wednesday morning at a house in Massetts Road which was being renovated and unoccupied. The house fire is being linked with three other fires in the area at Horley Lawn Tennis Club, Reigate Bowls Club and Old Reigations rugby club and police believe that the same individuals could be responsible for all four attacks. Another sports club has suffered a devastating loss in a week that has seen three clubhouses destroyed by fire.

Emergency services were called at 3. Firefighters fought for several hours to extinguish the fire that is believed to have started at the rear of the building, but the damage sustained is said to be significant. Investigators are looking into the cause of a that completely destroyed a Reigate Bowls pavilion in the early hours of Thursday morning.

It took more than five hours to completely extinguish the fire and ensure that the area was safe, but the building was completely destroyed. A supply teacher who taught at Snadcross Primary School in has been convicted of sex offences against 39 children. None of the crimes for which he were conducted were related to the Reigate school where he worked as a supply teacher in The former chief inspector of Surrey Police has been jailed for two and a half years at Winchester Crown Court for a series of fraud offences.

She had also been convicted earleir of twenty five other charges relating to fraud. Among her offences were claiming to be a counter-terrorism officer in order to get a cheap holiday to the Caribbean, wrongful damage claims against airlines and demanding refunds from high street shops after purchasing items cheaply on E-bay.

In sentencing, the judge stated that he had to make an example of Ms Brookes as she was a serving police officer and the shame she has brought on the uniform could not be ignored. Her husband, David Brookes who was also a chief inspector with Surrey Police was sacked in April after an investigation, but will not face criminal charges.

A man in his 40s died after his Honda motorbike collided with a car on Bank Holiday Monday. The incident happened at around 3. Despite the efforts of paramedics who worked for nearly hour in an attempt to save the man's life, he was pronounced dead at the scene. The female passenger was thrown from the nike and treated in hospital for a leg wound.

Police closed Reigate Road for several hours to investigate the incident. A 19 year man from Reigate has pleaded guilty to possessing indecent images of children at Guildford Crown Court. Maximillian Coughlin of Holmesdale Road had previously pleaded not guilty to the charges at Redhill Magistrates court, but changed his plea prior to the start of his Crown Court trial. He has admitted making and distributing pictures of which at least one was the most serious category five and also possessing 22 videos, five of which were category four.

He also pleaded guilty to inciting a an underage teenage boy to commit a sex act. He will be sentenced later this month. Drivers in Reigate will face a month of detours and closed roads when travelling at night due to essential resurfacing work.

Seven of the main roads around the town centre will be closed between 8pm and 6am to allow the work to take place. Sainsbury's in Redhill have made a request to Reigate and Banstead Boropugh Council to allow them to open a temporary store in a Redhill car park whilst they develop their existing site. The store will need to close for 18 months while renovation work takes place and a new gym and hotel are built above it. But in order to continue trading, they have made an application to set up a store in the Gloucester Road car park.

The 15, square feet store would take up of the space car park, leaving 99 spaces for shoppers. If approved, work could start on the renovation in October. Public Health England have declared this week that the stench coming from a landfill site in Redhill is not a danger to the public.

For over three months, the smell emanating from the site in Cormongers Lane has prompted complaints and concern from residents in Redhill, Reigate and Horley.

The Environment Agency instructed Public Health England to analise the levels of hydrogen sulphide and whilst the findings state that the levels should be below the current level, they present zero risk to health.

A 15 year old boy died at Horley train station on Monday after falling from the platform and touching a live rail. Jesse Quincey was waiting for a train to go home to Redhill after spending the evening with friends in Horley. Emergency services were called at around 8. However, there was nothing paramedics could do and he was pronounced dead at the scene. Social network tributes have already started pouring in describing Jesse as a wonderful and happy young boy.

The public consultation into proposals to build a second runway at Gatwick Airport opened on Friday, giving local residents the opportunity to review the plans and to have their say.

There are three options for the position of the second runway, all of which are South of the existing runway towards Crawley. Anyone interested in the proposal can visit the website set up exclusively for the process www. Residents in East Surrey woke on Monday to find their cars covered in a film of muck that experts say has travelled from the Sahara Desert. Sandstorms in the African desert set dust into the atmosphere that was then deposited over Southern England in rain showers.

The dust particles have also created high levels of pollution, causing breathing difficulties among prone individuals. Biffa have collected air samples from 25 locations twice a day and say that hydrogen sulphide levels have not exceed 0. A man in his late thirties was taken to hospital suffering from a fractured eye-socket after being attacked on Friday night.

The man was waiting at the taxi rank outside Roadrunners taxi firm in Station Road, Redhill at around A second victim also in his late thirties suffered minor injuries to his face.

A man in his twenties was arrested on suspicion of assault. Whilst the work will vastly improve amenities at the park, regular users were disappointed to hear that it will be off limits throughout Spring and Summer this year. The improvements will include a new cafe pavillion, play areas, multi-use sports zone and toilets. Dunottar School in Reigate has been saved from closure by a learning charity.

After governors announced that the school might have to close due to low pupil numbers, United Learning who run 50 independent schools and academies made a bid to take over the school and will run it for at least 10 years. As part of the rescue attempt, the charity will allow boys into the school for the first timein it's history.

As a result of the deal, all links with Reigate Grammar School will finish and a battle to attract boys and girls to both school swill no doubt ensue.

Two inquests held in Woking in the last week have ruled against foul play in relation to two bodies discovered near East Surrey hospital in unrelated incidents last year. The first inquest was into the death of 42 year old care worker Adrian Sirbu in March last year.

Mr Sirbu had visited the hospital suffering from psychiatric problems but was discharged following tests which attributed his mental state to his reliance on alcohol. The inquest ruled that Mr Sirbu stabbed himself in the heart shortly after leaving the hospital. The second inquest was into the death of 52 year old Carol Holmes who went missing from her care home last September prior to her body being discovered in woodland in Earlswood. The inquest found no evidence of third party involvement in her death but had to conclude an open verdict.

The 76 year old man who shot himself inside a Reigate gun shop was on bail for an investigation into sexual assault against him. Michael Belford had been charged with assault in December and was also under investigation for a historic sexual assault in the 's. It is believed that he entered the shop in Reigate with live ammunition which he loaded into a gun owned by the shop and shot himself. Breck Bednar from Caterham was pronounced dead at the flat in Rosebery Road, Grays after police were called at around 11am on Monday.

An elderly man died after shooting himself in what is suspected to be a suicide in gun shop in Reigate. After the gun went off, police and paramedics quickly arrived at the scene but were unable to save the man's life.

Police have launched an investaigation into the shooting but believe that no third party was involved. A Reigate restaurant and Redhill pub have both been told that they must make urgent improvements in their food hygiene standards.

The Red Lion pub in Linkfield Lane, Redhill and Thai Dining in Reigate High Street received zero ratings in their most recent inspections, although both businesses dispute that the reports are accurate. An early morning operation targeting drug dealers in the area resulted in 22 arrests of people suspected of supplying drugs.

The co-ordinated strikes started at 6am on Wednesday morning and involved more than officers raiding properties in Redhill, Earlswood, Horley and North London. The police belive that, whilst the targets were low-level drug dealers, the effects of the arrests will have a significant impact on drug dealing in the area.

A school in Reigate that has provided education to girls for 83 years has announced this week that it could close in the Summer. The board of governors at Dunottar School in High Trees Road have announced that the dwindling number of pupils at the school have caused financial problems that could result in the school's closure. In , the school entered the Reigate Grammar School group in a bid to secure their future but pupil numbers have continued to decline.

The charity that ran a unique rest home for artists and writers from a mansion in Reigate have had to close their doors after succumbing to financial problems. For more than 50 years it operated as a retreat for creative types, giving them food and lodgings for a fraction of the price of a hotel. However, the charity were spending three times as much as they made and the money finally ran out. A man from Redhill died after collapsing in his front garden on Sunday. The neighbour tried to administer CPR whilst waiting for the paramedics but could not revive Mr Bourne and he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mr Bourne was an avid rugby fan and a popular coach of the under 17s and 18s at Dorking Rugby Club. He had just returned from coaching when he collapsed. Reigate and Banstead Borough Council have appointed the company to undertake the massive redevelopment of Redhill town centre. Coplan Estates have been awarded the project which will create a six screen cinema, four restaurants and four retail units, plus 90 new homes, in the Marketfield Way car park and High Street in Redhill. Torrential rain and gale force winds struck overnight on 23rd December, resulting in flooding throughout the county.

Many homes were left without electricity and Christmas preparations were either put on hold or cancelled altogether as friends and neighbours rallied to help each other. Severe flooding resulted in gridlock on many roads as motorists failed to make it through deep water. But despite a brief respite on Christmas day, there are still flood warnings in place as the bad weather continued at the end of December and into the new year. Surrey has become the first county in the country to receive a 24 hour emergency air ambulance service.

Following numerous fundraising events, Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance have purchased a MD helicopter capable of flying at night, which will be based at Redhill Aerodrome.

The new service will mean the difference between life and death for thousands of patients who require emergency treatment and speedy transport to hospital at night. Passengers wishing to travel on the London to Brighton line over the Christmas period will face considerable inconvenience and diversions. Southern Rail have announced that there will be no trains travelling from Gatwick to London Victoria between Boxing Day and January 1st due to platform work at the airport and maintenance on the lines.

Passengers wishing to use Horley, Redhill and Merstham stations to travel to London will have to find an alternative route or other means of transport during this period. A police officer sustained an injury to his arm after the marked police car he was in was rammed by a 4x4 that they were trying to stop. It then fled the scene and was later located off Babylon Lane, Lower Kingswood.

Members of the local Conservative party have voted to allow Crispin Blunt to stand as the Conservative candidate for Reigate at the general election. However, after massive publicity surrounding their decision, they have been over-ruled by an overwhelming vote by their members in favour of Mr Blunt. A new bike hire facility called a Brompton Dock has been installed at Redhill train station giving commuters a flexible option for travelling to and from the station as well as at the other end of their journey.

All of the 20 bikes available are fully folding, meaning that they can be taken on the train at any time of day.

To use the service, customers must first register at www. The Panorama programme, aired on Monday this week, revealed that the years of abuse at the school were covered up by the authorities, despite a string of complaints against several teachers. The abuse took place from the s right through to the s but no action was taken until further complaints were made in the s. Former Assistant House Master Colin York was jailed in for abusing two boys in the s and he was prosecuted again earlier this year for additional crimes after more victims came forward.

Allen Meredith, a house master at the school in the early s who was prosecuted for raping 11 year old boys at another school in Hereford, told the documentary that numerous allegations were made against him whilst he was at Royal Alexandra and Albert, but none were reported to police. East Surrey Hospital has been named one of the safest hospitals in the country in a new report. The Care Quality Commission compiled the report on hospital trusts across the country and graded each trust in bands between 1 and 6.

Surrey and Sussex Healthcare Trust was one of 37 trusts given the highest rating meaning that patients receive safe, effective, high quality care. However, he has received huge support from local people, MPs and even David Cameron himself in his fight for the right to stand.

A 25 year old man from Redhill has been jailed for eight weeks for racial and religious harassment of a taxi driver. Mr Woodard used the word Muslim in a derogatory sentence and threatened to run the Belfry Cars driver over. He also drove his vehicle towards Mr Haque in a threatening manner. A planning application for a new primary school in Battlebridge Lane has now been submitted to the council, although it is likely to face significant opposition from local residents who claim that the site is not suitable.

Lime Tree Primary School have submitted plans to Surrey County Council to build a pupil, two storey school with a small nursery attached, but as the location is on Green Belt land, it will face scrutiny from both the council and the government before any decision is made. The school is currently operating out of temporary premises in Reigate having taken on children in Reception year in September. Police have identified the body found in woods in Earlswood last week as 52 year old Carol Holmes from Redhill.

Ms Holmes was last seen in Hatchlands Road, Redhill on 13th September, 17 days before her body was discovered in the woods. Her death is still being treated as unexplained after inconclusive post-mortem results, although police still claim that there is nothing obviously suspicious. The massive overhaul of Redhill train station and the surrounding area has now been approved, giving the green light to the most important project in Redhill since The Belfry shopping centre was built 22 years ago.

Reigate and Banstead Borough Council approved the plans by Solum Regeneration at their planning committee meeting last week and work is set to start early next year. A large area of Earlswood Common was cordoned off by police on Monday, after a human body was discovered in a wooded area. A post-mortem on Tuesday proved inconclusive regarding the cause of death and police suspect that the body may have been in the woods for some time.

Whilst foul play cannot be ruled out at this stage, the police are currently treating the death as unexplained. At a secret ballot of the 22 person council, Mr Blunt lost his automatic right to stand. If he wishes to run for the position again, he must win the vote of local party members. A Reigate businesswoman has gone on trial accused of theft at Guildford Crown Court. A total of 22 cheques were paid from Mrs Harrison to Ms Butt, including one during a period that Mrs Harrison was in hospital following a stroke.

As part of a multi-million pound plan to ease congestion throughout Redhill, work will start at the Lombard roundabout next week where the one-way system will become two-way. The pilot of a microlight aircraft has died after his plane nose-dived into the ground at Redhill Aerodrome.

The horrific accident happened at around Paramedics declared the male pilot dead at the scene and confirmed that nobody else was involved in the crash. The scene was attended by fire crews from Reigate, Dorking and Godstone, but there were no further incidents resulting from the crash.

The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers the RMT have warned that there could be massive disruption to train services if franchise operations collapse across the network. First Great Western who operate trains from Redhill, Reigate, and Dorking have asked the Department of Transport for an extension to the deadline after failing to extend its current franchise.

However, if a new deal is not struck, the RMT believe that services will be thrown into disarray with cancellations and severe disruption to commuters. The Union believes that the government should give the franchise operation to the publicly owned Directly Operated Railways. Residents in the borough have expressed concern over the number of travellers setting up camp on recreation grounds and public land in recent weeks.

Following the drawn out eviction process of the travellers who occupied the Hooley Recreation Ground for three weeks, smaller groups of travellers have been appearing on public land in Meadvale, Whitebushes and Horley. The laws regarding police intervention favour the travellers, making immediate eviction difficult after the travellers have accessed a site if no criminal damage has been committed.

However, both the Meadvale and Whitebushes sites were cleared after swift intervention from the council and the Horley site was cleared after private action from landowner Barratt Homes. A teenage girl was sexually assaulted as she walked along Tunnel Road in Reigate in the early hours of Friday morning. Police have not released details of the girls exact age or identity, but the alleged attack is being described a serious sexual assault and took place at around 2.

A 29 year old man from Crawley was arrested a few hours after the assault and released on police bail until September Police are appealing for witnesses after two people were shot with a paintball gun in two separate attacks.

The first attack happened in Church Street in Reigate at around Minutes later, a man was hit three times with paintballs fired from a moving car at the junction of Mill Street and Garlands Road in Redhill. Both victims suffered bruising but were fortunately not seriously injured. With many High Streets across the country struggling, filling retail space is a priority for most councils.

However, a shop that opened its doors in Reigate this week has caused outrage among other businesses and local residents. The Homeware Zone shop has taken up a short term lease with a decreased rent in the premises formerly occupied by Blockbuster in Reigate High Street, but when they opened their doors last Friday, shoppers were confronted with a mountain of cheap plastic as they walked along the ordinarily conservative street.

Social media site Twitter was inundated with comments from unhappy residents including Eastenders star Shane Ritchie. One of the men who attempted to rob a Reigate jewellers has been jailed for five and a half years at Guildford Crown Court.

The men were dressed as postmen and forced their way into the shop before striking manager David Price with a metal bar. After failing to gain access to the safe, the two men fled empty handed but King was traced through forensic evidence left at the scene and in a van they hired for the raid. A 7 year old boy was hit by a 32 tonne lorry as he tried to cross a busy road on his scooter yesterday.

The lorry hit the boy and he was thrown up the road by the impact. Two men were attacked in two separate incidents in Earlswood Road on Friday. The first attack was on an 18 year old man cycling along a footpath just after midnight when he was pushed of his bike and punched in the head. He was taken to East Surrey Hospital with minor head and facial injuries. The motive for the attacks is not known and a 33 year old man from Croydon has been arrested. The M23 between the M25 and Crawley is set to get extra lanes in an attempt to ease future congestion.

Although the motorway currently handles the level of traffic adequately, with the occasional accident causing large traffic jams, the motorway has been identified as one that could suffer from increased congestion in the future. Variable speed limits will also be introduced to the motorway to help improve traffic flow. They realised that their friend was probably at home and immediately rushed to the top floor flat where they discovered the kitchen engulfed in flames due to a chip pan fire.

The quick thinking duo managed to put the fire out using a jumper soaked in water. The Redhill osteopath who sexually assaulted five patients has had his jail sentence increased by the Court of Appeal. However, victims and their relatives thought that the sentence was far too lenient for his crimes, which stretched over a 12 year period, and appealed for a longer sentence.

Judges at the Court of Appeal agreed and increased his sentence to four years. Her crimes were revealed when an external auditor reviewed the accounts in March Smith, who is currently pregnant, was jailed for nine months at Guildford Crown Court and will give birth in prison if she serves her full term.

A 63 year old man has died after trying to protect his dog from another dog. Jim Summers from Holland Close in Redhill was walking his two dogs in fields in Woodhatch on 28th March when another dog became aggressive against one of Mr Summers' dogs. As he tried to pull the two dogs apart, Mr Summers suffered a heart attack. Paramedics were called by fellow dog walkers and Mr Summers was rushed to St George's hospital in Tooting.

However, Mr Summers didn't recover and died on Sunday. After massive local opposition, rejected planning applications and building delays, work has finally begun on the controversial new police custody suite in Salfords.

The 24 cell custody suite is being built on an industrial estate in Salfords and should be finished by September in advance of an October launch date.

When the new suite is fully functional, it will take over from the cells at Reigate Police station which have been described as inadequate. Adrian Sirbu of no fixed abode was spotted by a passer by at around 5.

When ambulance crews arrived 10 minutes later, Mr Sirbu was pronounced dead at the scene and police cordoned off the park, including a path leading to homes in the Royal Earlswood Park estate. Police are investigating the circumstances leading up to Mr Sirbu's death, but are currently not looking for any suspects. Surrey County Council have sworn to protect the local Green Belt from enforced development plans by the Government. The Government announced last year that it wanted local councils to identify parts of the Green Belt that could be sacrificed to meet development needs.

However, at a full council meeting in Kingston on Tuesday, councillors declared that borough and district councils should be allowed to make their own decisions regarding the Green Belt and should not be directed from central Government.

A 49 year old man climbed onto the roof of his house on Tuesday to protest against his eviction. Lawrence Nicholls has lived in the three bedroom house in Apley Road, Reigate since he was born and has watched both of his parents die at the home. He recently cared for his mother at the house prior to her death last June. Following her death, Mr Nicholls contacted Raven Housing Trust to inform them of his new situation and was told that they would be evicting him. When officers arrived on Tuesday to evict him, Mr Nicholls barricaded the door and climbed to the roof.

After several hours, the officers left and Mr Nicholls climbed down, but they returned on Wednesday morning and successfully evicted him, leaving him homeless.

A 27 year old man from Redhill was killed on his way to work on Thursday when his motorbike collided with two cars at a set of roadworks on the A at Sidlow. Father of two Lee Friend was riding his Honda motorbike on his way to work at Reigate Motor Company in Sidlow when tragedy struck at a set of roadworks dangerously placed on a blind corner.

Regular users of the road had complained about the safety of the roadworks after several other minor accidents had occurred the previous day and following the accident on Thursday, the temporary lights were moved so that they were visible from a greater distance.

Mr Friend was pronounced dead at the scene. A private club in the heart of Reigate has been refused a licence to re-open after council officials decided that the club would continue to be used for illegal gambling. The Reigate Town Club was shut down in November after a police raid discovered illegal high-stake poker games being played at the premises in Church Street. An application was made to re-open the private members club under the new name The Jubilee Club but the licensing committee at the council claimed that the club would continue to attract illegal gambling and therefore denied the licence.

An area of Redhill town centre had to be evacuated on Thursday after a fire tore through a troubled pub in the town centre. The fire at the Dog and Duck started at approximately 3. It quickly spread to the second floor and flames were seen billowing through the roof and windows. Firefighters evacuated workers from nearby offices and shops whilst they battled the blaze. A 28 year old NHS worker from Earlswood has been jailed for rape, but received a lighter sentence than reccommended due to the 'exceptional' circumstances of the crime.

Guildford Crown Court heard that on a night in November , Simon Bragg had been out drinking in Reigate with the unnamed 24 year old woman. The pair went back to his flat in Canada Court at East Surrey Hospital at the end of the evening where they had consensual sex.

However, Bragg insisted on having sex again later on against the woman's wishes. The woman did not recall the incident immediately, but after Bragg apologised via text message, she began having flashbacks. He was jailed for 3 years despite the normal minimum being 4 years.

Linkfield Lane in Redhill was closed on Wednesday morning after a young girl was hit by a car. Police, paramedics and the Surrey Air Ambulance rushed to the scene at around 9am. The girl had been hit by a silver VW Golf driven by a man in his 80's near the junction with Donyngs Recreation Centre. The air ambulance landed in the road, and after being treated by a doctor form the nearby surgery and paramedics, the girl was taken to St George's Hospital in Tooting.

The business was put up for sale last year by Aqueducts Capital UK and the sale to Sumitomo Corporation was announced this week. It is understood that there will be no changes to the operation of the company and no jobs will be lost at the Redhill headquarters as a result of the sale.

A pub that has served the residents of Reigate for years will call last orders for the final time today. The Nutley Hall in Nutley Lane, Reigate has been on the market for nearly three years, but due to poor custom it has not attracted a buyer wishing to run it as a pub. Last year, Hall and Woodhouse the brewer that owns the pub applied for planning permission to turn the pub into housing and despite fierce opposition from local residents, consent was given by Reigate and Banstead Borough Council.

A local couple have bought the building and intend to commence building work imminently. The helicopter that crashed into a crane in Vauxhall, killing two people and leaving thirteen others injured, had taken off that morning from Redhill Aerodrome.

The Agusta helicopter took off from Redhill at 7. Due to bad weather, the helicopter was diverted to Battersea heliport and at around 8am, tragedy struck as the helicopter crashed into a crane on the side of a building in Vauxhall.

Mr Barnes died in the crash as did a pedestrian on the ground below. Drivers who park in pay and display car parks without purchasing a ticket have always run the risk of receiving a fine. But now, even those who have purchased a ticket could receive a fine if their ticket is not displayed correctly and easily visible. Reigate and Banstead Borough Council have announced that drivers who have received a fine because they have not displayed their ticket correctly will no longer be excused from paying the fine on appeal.

Parking officers are equipped with cameras and will obtain photographic proof if a ticket is not displayed correctly. East Surrey Hospital have had to take the drastic steps of banning visitors in a bid to contain the Norovirus bug. Sick patients are being told to stay in their wards and have been advised that they will not be permitted visitors until the contamination risk is reduced. The hospital-wide ban on visitors comes just weeks after the hospital was forced to close a third of it's wards after an outbreak of the vomitting and diarrhoea bug.

Patients with minor injuries are also being advised to attend walk-in injury units at Crawley and Caterham rather than attending the Accident and Emergency at East Surrey.

It is hoped that the visitor ban will be lifted before Christmas Day. Following the public outrage at the announcement that Horley Fire Station will close next year, the fire service plan to open a brand new single-engine fire station in Salfords, providing a fast response service to both Horley and Redhill. The crew from Horley Fire Station are being relocated to Horsham in April, but a fire engine from Reigate will be based at the existing Horley station until the Salfords facility is opened.

The move is part of a wider strategy to provide faster response times by having more single-engine stations, each providing back-up support for the closest neighbours.

Reigate would also become a single-engine station rather than it's current two engines. A Redhill-based osteopath has been found guilty of sexually assaulting five patients over a 10 year peiod. He will be sentenced on 11th January. Surrey County Council have approved a proposal to ban vehicles from Reigate High Street and make it a pedestrianised shopping precinct.

The council are now investigating alternative routes to bypass the town centre but have not ruled out allowing buses to continue driving along the High Street. Reigate town centre struggles to accommodate for the large amount of traffic travelling through, especially during rush hour, but many retailers believe that diverting traffic away from the High Street will have a negative effect on business. Reigate and Banstead Borough Council have released their latest blueprint for development, which identifies several areas of Green Belt land around Reigate and Redhill that could be developed for housing.

Around homes could be built in each of the areas if the plans are approved. George Hollands from Reigate, one of the six men accused of the sickening attack on another holidaymaker in Crete, has been cleared of the charges at a court in Crete.

All four of the men intend to appeal against their conviction, despite not having to serve any actual jail time. Ben Herdman from Worth was also cleared of the attack. Redhill town centre will soon have a new community centre after Reigate and Banstead Borough Council approved plans for the project. The new development, which will be built at the former site of the Kandootoo shop in London Road, will incorporate a cafe, a religious meeting area, a business centre, youth facilities and a homeless shelter.

The application for the project was made by members of the Redhill and Reigate Community Church. After a three year delay surrounded by legal red tape and extradition orders, six local men have been brought to trial for an assault on another British man in Crete in Rob Hughes, a promising football player, was attacked whilst on holiday in Malia leaving him in a coma and with permanent brain damage. The trial is expected to last for several weeks.

Schools, businesses, care homes and hospitals have all been struck by the sudden return of the vomitting bug, Norovirus. Attendance at local schools has dropped dramatically in the last week as children have fallen victim to the bug whilst many care homes for the elderly have had to confine the guests to their rooms to prevent the bug from spreading. Nine wards at East Surrey Hospital have been affected causing the hospital to take emergency infection control actions including closing down selected areas.

Doctor's are appealing for people who may have contracted the virus NOT to visit their GP's surgery but to call for advice.

Reigate is set to get a new Thai restaurant after the Giggling Squid signed a 20 year lease for the former Puccinos cafe in Reigate High Street. Puccinos closed more than three years ago but there has been little interest in the unit until now. The Giggling Squid already run five restaurants in the South East and believe that Reigate is the perfect setting for their newest opening.

They hope that the Reigate restaurant will be open in Spring A Reigate pub was ordered to close by police on Saturday night and will now have it's licence reviewed. The Admiral Inn in Nutley Lane has been a cause of concern for police after numerous complaints from local residents.

They were called to the pub at around 1am on Sunday morning after threats of violence were heard from groups of drunk people wandering in and out of the pub. The police ordered the pub to close immediately for 24 hours and then attended Redhill Magistrates court on Monday morning to enforce the closure order.

Shane Ritchie, star of Eastenders, and Tony Tobin, celebrity chef and owner of The Dining Room in Reigate, are planning to bring a synthetic ice rink to Priory Park with festive attractions including food and drink stalls for everyone to enjoy.

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