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The Knaphillian

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The Knaphillian is a website for the local community. We publish feature led content all about people so you can read about the people behind local trades and individuals with interesting businesses, hobbies or stories to tell.

A survey is now open for young people across Woking to have their say on what improvements they would like to see made to the service provision for young people in the borough.

Produced by the Woking Youth Action Group, a collection of individuals from local government, faith, business and third sector who are interested in improving and advocating for Woking’s Young people, driven forward by Woking Borough Council’s Family Support Team, questions will determine the needs, interests and issues of the respondents and whether they access the services currently available to them, or not. The survey also hopes to ascertain how safe young residents feel in Woking.

The survey is open to young people from all backgrounds who live, work or are educated in Woking Borough and are aged 10 to 25. It is confidential and anonymous and can be completed online by visiting www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/wokingyoungpeoplesurvey

Closing date for replies is 21 August 2020.
Further information: sandie.bolger@surreycc.gov.uk
After the rain... again!
After the rain, in our beautiful #brookwoodcountrypark #lovewhereyoulive #welovewoking
Our recent Covid-19 return to business posts feature some of our fab local businesses and initiatives. Take a look:  http://theknaphillian.co.uk... and keep supporting our local trades! @GaribaldiKnap @FestShyne @OscarPetFoods @cellarmagneval @brandonsmove and more!

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We are pleased to have feature some stories about how local businesses have adapted during the Covid-19 lockdown and what their plans are for a return to work. You can read about them here:
And if any businesses would like to be included in our FREE editorials, please email editorial@theknaphillian.co.uk
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Whats happening to Knaphill business and service providers during the Covid-19 lock-down and whats next when its over? Read the stories from some of our local shops and businesses about how they are managing, and join us in thanking shops and service providers that have stayed open to provide us with essential services: https://theknaphillian.co.uk . 
If you want your business to be included in these posts, please email us: editorial@theknaphillian.co.uk
The Knaphillian is extremely proud to be featuring the work of the Woking Community First Responders (WCFR) who are offering such a valuable service in our area. Working in conjunction with the South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust, the WCFR are often first on the scene of medical emergencies and can offer reassurance to patients as well as sometimes lifesaving support.

You can read more about this valuable group of people, at:
https://theknaphillian.co.uk/woking-community-first-responders/
We are lucky to have a recently opened Woking & Sam Beare Hospice HOME store in Knaphill. Such is the range and quality of the items in store, you will hardly know you have stepped into a charity shop. You can read more about the team who run the store in The Knaphillian: https://theknaphillian.co.uk/a-new-home-for-woking-sam-beare-hospice-shop-in-knaphill/ and visit them at 16- 18 High Street, Knaphill (where Barclays bank used to be).
The Knaphillian is delighted to have just published a feature on two inspirational local women and talented artists. Geeta Bhana  runs The Art House in Horsell offering lessons and holiday classes to children as well as running fun adult classes in painting, clay sculpture and printmaking.

Geeta is joined by Hannah Bruce, a professional award winning artist, for a joint venture called ‘Festive making Doo Daah!’ on Saturday 16th November at Hannah’s gallery in Maybury Road, Woking. You can be shown how to make mosaic and macramé tree decorations, lino cut Christmas cards, make wine glass charms and create a frosted glass jar for twinkly festive lights.

You can read the article here and follow the link to grab a limited ticket to the festive event: https://theknaphillian.co.uk/the-art-house-a-collaboration-with-creator-geeta-bhana-and-hannah-bruce/

11 months ago

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Did you all see our very own Knaphillian James Carrigy on University Challenge tonight? If you didn't... watch it on catch up. You'll be in for a treat. 🤩 ... See MoreSee Less

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I know. Knaphill is on the map! 🗺

I did..... Adorable.... Village of Knaphill Surrey.....I felt so proud

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The 2019 Knaphill Show is on Saturday 20th July. Read about the various attractions on offer at... www.theknaphillian.co.uk/knaphill-village-show-2019/
The site is now live. Go to: www.theknaphillian.co.uk and take a look. There are a few functions still to sort (that will hopefully be done next week) and can then do a shout out!
We are nearly ready to go live. Sorry for the delay, but hopefully well be worth the wait! Knaphill Businesses

1 years ago

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