Welcome to February’s Dorking Talking to help us through another lockdown, with an outdoorsy programme including a wet walk on Holmwood Common, apple trees aplenty and Beatrix Potter’s garden. We tackle good intentions, look back to the end of pounds,… Continue Reading DorkingTalking Feb 21
Dorking Talking’s kicking off October with news about this year’s flu vaccinations – don’t miss yours, will you? – and the latest on Dorking High Street before we feature a local gin which manages to be both ancient and modern,… Continue Reading October Dorking Talking
It’s August – the time for sunshine and seaside, families and foreign holidays – except that this year it isn’t… the nearest we can come is a barbecue in the back garden. But is Dorking Talking downhearted? Certainly not! There… Continue Reading What’s Dorking Talking about in August 2020?
It’s July and things are changing in Dorking. You see our regular readers, who would normally be reading the paper to you from week to week, are getting restive. They all want to help. So several of them have been… Continue Reading July’s Magazine – bigger and better than ever!
March winds, March hares, March Dorking Talking: here we are again with your local audio magazine. We walk the High Street and meet Dorking Good Neighbours, the volunteers driving people to medical appointments. We learn some ways of tackling loneliness,… Continue Reading March 2020 Dorking Talking Magazine
It’s December and we’ve got the vital last posting dates for Christmas to hand, Jessica talks to Stella Black of the Macular Society about the new support group in Dorking, and hears about a volunteer from another Talking Newspaper who’s… Continue Reading December Dorking Talking
July means summer and we’ve got a really summery programme for you, ranging from Holidays at Home to cricket, from tea on the farm to a gin & tonic cheesecake, and from roses, gardening & lawnmowers to a spin in… Continue Reading July 2019 Magazine
Just back from holiday, Dorking Talking is here again! Starting with Dorking today we look back to 400 years ago, when William Mullins, Pilgrim Father, left our town for the New World. And we linger in the past with an… Continue Reading June Dorking Talking