After a nice long walk exploring Surrey's wonderful countryside, there's nothing quite like rewarding yourself with a refreshing pint of beer or wedge of homemade cake. Our county is home to lots of lovely walks, from woodland jaunts and hilly hikes, to waterside strolls and rambles around some of the area's top tourist attractions. Plus many of Surrey's top walking routes have places to eat and drink nearby, whether it's a pub, café or even an ice cream van. If you're looking to get some fresh air with friends and family this weekend, below are some of SurreyLive's suggestions for making a day of it. Read More Brilliant and beautiful Surrey 1. Virginia Water Lake, Virginia Water Where to eat: The Wheatsheaf Hotel or Virginia Water Pavilion There's not only a pub at the start of this route, but there is a café on site too. The Wheatsheaf Hotel is part of the Chef and Brewer pub chain and offers plenty of food and drink options including weekly deals, pub classics and … [Read more...] about The best walks in Surrey that have a café or pub on the route
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PUBLISHED: 16:02 10 May 2019 | UPDATED: 16:11 10 May 2019 The Earl of Iveagh remains third on the list of East Anglia's wealthiest people Picture: ANDY ABBOTT Archant East Anglia's richest person saw her wealth increase by £1.408billion in the last year, according to the new edition of The Sunday Times Rich List which is published at the weekend. Kirsten Rausing Picture: KEITH HEPPELLKirsten Rausing - a member of the Jockey Club who runs two stud farms in Suffolk - tops the list with a whopping personal wealth of £12.256bn.The increase puts more than £10bn between her and her nearest competition in the region. The Swedish-born 66-year-old has bred the last two winners of the Hong Kong Cup, Time Warp and Glorious Forever racing to victory in 2017 and 2018 respectively. They were bred at Rausing's Lanwades stud in Newmarket, and are among 1,600 winners she has had in the past 20 years. However, Rausing's wealth stems not from horses but from packaging. Ruben Rausing, … [Read more...] about Who are East Anglia’s richest people?
A WOMAN holding the world in her hands above the blue Mediterranean sea.This is a fitting image for Estepona and is the subject of the town’s latest mural.Called Atlantis, it is the 49th work in the town’s series of street art, located up the steep hill of Avenida de los Reales, which offers unparalleled views down to the sea.But this new painting by Jose Fernandez Rios, unveiled on International Women’s Day, reveals more than just a celebration of women’s contribution to society.It captures the constantly evolving nature of Estepona and its impressive global credentials, despite being a medium-sized town. Within Estepona’s mural series alone, you have the largest vertical mural in Europe, and even the first braille mural in Spain, using ceramic pieces, to assist the learning of the visually impaired.Perhaps one of the most unusual examples of Estepona’s worldwide appeal is Disney’s discovery of the area in the early 1990s – the town was … [Read more...] about ESTEPONA: Is it the crown jewel of Spain’s Costa del Sol?
Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex. FRIDAY, APRIL 12COMEDYJESS ROBINSON: No Filter. £14, 8pm The Hawth Theatre, Crawley (01293) 553636.KRATER COMEDY CLUB: Until April 14, 7pm/8pm/10.30pm, £5-£36.50 Komedia, 44-47 Gardner Street, Brighton 0845 293 8480.COMMUNITYBUXTED ART CLUB: 2019 exhibition of members’ work, 6pm-9pm, plus Saturday, April 13, 10am-4.30pm. £1 admission to include refreshments. Paintings in a variety of styles and mediums from beautiful traditional works to surprising new approaches.MEETING OF HORSHAM FRENCH CLUB: 8pm, Roffey Millennium Hall. There will be a presentation about Eleanor of Aquitaine. Refreshments provided.LEWES ARCHAEOLOGICAL GROUP: Lewes to Wessex and Back Again, A New Archaeology of the Prehistoric Downs by Dr Mike Allen, 7.30pm in the Lecture Room, Lewes Town Hall.LEWES RIVERSIDE CLUB: Trickery by David Bramwell, 2pm at St Thomas’ Church Hall, Cliffe, Lewes.TEA DANCE: 1.30pm-3.45pm, … [Read more...] about Entertainment listings for Friday to Thursday, April 12-18