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Fergus McEwan

Fergus McEwan

Fergus is the Camberley News & Mail reporter, having previously been Communities Editor for the News & Mail and Surrey Advertiser series.

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Odiham WWII veteran celebrates 90th birthday and France's highest honour

Fred Lee took part in the D-Day Normandy landings in 1944 and met the Duchess of Cambridge at a centenary commemoration of the operation in 2014

Crimea Inn concert in Aldershot raises thousands for charities

More than £4,000 was raised at the mini festival for the Aldershot charity Parkside and the 'blood bikers'

Southwood Infant School in Farnborough celebrates upgrade after glowing inspection by watchdog

Two years ago the school "required improvement" but the most recent inspection by government watchdog Ofsted was much more positive

'Unacceptable' noise from Aldershot sewage works keeps me awake at night claims resident

Royston Shepherd said he has complained about the Thames Water treatment plant, which borders the A331, eight times since May 2014

Jack Vidler was jailed at Guildford Crown Court for burglary and theft while serving a suspended sentence

Woman did not resist rape by Farnborough man because 'she lived in fear', court hears

"I was controlled. My self-esteem was really low. I had already asked for help and had been let down," the victim told the court    

Bumper turn outs at Farnborough and Sandhurst Donkey Derbies

Thousands of people spent Bank Holiday Monday at the traditional Donkey Derby events

Mum2mum Market wins £35k investment after appearing on Dragons' Den

The business, which organises second-hand sales of baby and children's goods, secured the investment from Deborah Meaden

Jen Daplyn has been handing out leaflets to other parents about the new SATS exams at North Farnborough Infant School, encouraging them to keep their children off school

Farnborough mum organising 'pupils' strike' at daughter's school in exam protest

SATs protest mum, Jen Daplyn, bids to keep children off school at North Farnborough Infant School on Tuesday in support of the ‘Let Kids Be Kids’ campaign

Hampshire Constabulary joins campaign to help Syrian women

The force is backing a new campaign urging women not to travel to Syria to join the conflict

Aldershot's Sir Harold Gillies and his pioneering plastic surgery celebrates 100 years

Sir Harold Gillies gave new hope to soldiers cruelly disfigured in war and his techniques are still used in modern surgery to this day



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