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Extended hours at 4 Surrey Libraries

A plan to introduce extended opening hours at four libraries in Surrey has been rolled out.

The Super Access scheme has been introduced for users in Egham, Camberley, Dorking and Horley.

Membership will allow library entry outside normal opening hours and access to most services even when staff are not present.

Surrey library users need to upgrade their membership to participate in the scheme, according to SCC.

Gatwick Express celebrates 40 years

The Gatwick Express has marked its 40th anniversary by giving away free commemorative ruby waistcoats.

The rail passenger service first opened to the public on 14 May 1984.

The Gatwick Airport train station opened in 1958, providing travel between London and Brighton.

Due to the growing popularity of the service, the Gatwick Express was launched 26 years later

56 arrests after Redhill targeted police activity

A partnership initiative to improve safety and reduce crime in Redhill has resulted in 56 arrests along with the recovery of drugs, cash and knives.

Over the past six months, partners have been developing and implementing measures to reduce crime as part of the Safer Redhill programme.

The initiative has lead to 21 people being charged and 39 community resolutions for lower-level offences.

Witnesses Sought in Relation to Horley Attack

Surrey police are appealing for witnesses following an assault in Horley on Saturday morning.

Police were called in the early hours to a bus stop outside The Jack Fairman Pub on Victoria Road, where they found the victim with serious injuries to his head and face.

If anyone was a witness to the incident, or has dashcam or mobile footage, then you’re asked to contact police on 101.

Running Down the Runway at Gatwick

Around 1,700 runners took part in a fun run on Sunday within the confines of a restricted area of Gatwick airport.

The 10K event saw the participants take part along the full stretch of the main runway.

The run had an flying theme to the day which started and finished at the aviation museum.

Gatwick Airport said it was supporting Run Gatwick to help fundraise for local charities.

The winner was Paul Prothero from Tadworth.