Snowdrops and warm, welcoming pubs… yes it’s February’s Dorking Talking. An update on Dorking’s High Street, a cross-section of the Mayflower and Dorking’s own composer – you can’t say we don’t offer variety! Then we hear tips from the Partially… Continue Reading Mayflower, Snowdrops & Winter Ale… it’s February again!
Deceiving the devil with shoes; the patron saint of singers & fishermen, gout and sore throats; memories of illicit Christmas trees from Ranmore; and did Cromwell really cancel Christmas? It’s all here in Dorking Talking this month. We’ve also got… Continue Reading December 2021 magazine
Welcome to September! The month when high summer is coming to an end, but we’re not yet ready to wind down towards shorter days and autumn. Dorking Talking’s got plenty going on… Heritage Open Days are nearly upon us, we… Continue Reading September’s Dorking Talking
As England is put back into national restrictions to reduce the spread of Covid 19, the Talking Newspaper too has had to revert to lockdown mode. That means we’ll produce a monthly news summary and magazine on the first Thursday… Continue Reading November Dorking Talking – Here we go again!
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
On the cusp between Summer and Autumn, here’s the September edition of Dorking Talking to keep you informed, interested and hopefully amused. Stand by for shopping and scouting, holidays and heritage, creatures and commonsense… Welcome & Birthdays News Summary Anniversaries… Continue Reading September Dorking Talking
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