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Rebecca Magill finds out about Link Leisure — a charity that gives young people with learning disabilities the chance to live a normal life.
There are lots of things to see and do this bank holiday weekend. Rebecca Magill takes a look at a selection of family-friendly activities.
Claire Stevens’ two sons were diagnosed with Hunter’s Syndrome, a condition whose sufferers rarely reach adulthood. But a new treatment has given them a second chance at life, writes Rebecca Magill
More than 20 runners completed Sunday's London marathon for the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice. The athletes raised more than £30,000 for the Farnham hospice.
MOTHER of two Julie Roome’s son John, who is eight and a half years old, was diagnosed with autism a year ago next week.
Heroes from the police and the community have been honoured at an awards ceremony rewarding acts of outstanding courage and professionalism.
by Dave Hurley
PEOPLE with heart problems in the Mail area no longer have to travel to London for a diagnosis thanks to a new laboratory at Frimley Park Hospital.
KEEN walkers can explore the 23-mile Blackwater Valley Path over a weekend next month.
THE Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice relaunched its Living Appeal on a bright note this week following the announcement that two of four beds closed last year will reopen.
THERE will be furry four-legged fun at the North Camp Village Summer Fair, with Animal Antics being chosen as the theme of this year’s procession.