He was queueing in the middle lane of Station Road when a youth of about 16 or 17 got out of a silver Ford and approached the victim's silver Toyota Previa and asked him to lower the window so they could speak. As soon as the victim did as asked, the teenager punched him several times in the face, causing a black eye and a cut to his right ear. The suspect, who was white with short straight blond hair and wearing blue combat trousers and a black shirt, got back in his car and drove off towards Feltham.
SEVERAL wild swans have been shot in two separate air rifle incidents in north Surrey during the past week.
Two swans were found critically injured in the Watersplash Road ford in Shepperton on January 13 having been shot in the face and neck.
Wednesday 17th December 2008 at the Big Tree.
From the heart of Shepperton...
Three businesses at the heart of Shepperton's community join forces to sponsor the village's favourite winter event, Big Tree Night
Van fire in Upper Halliford - Information needed.
Damage to the vehicle was extensive after the emergency services were called at approx 17:45 - Anyone with information regarding this matter is urged to call Surrey Police (0845 125 2222) quoting ref: SL/08/6966
Students from Halliford school jet off to Ethiopia
The group of 12 teenagers from Halliford School travelled to Ediget Feleg General Secondary School in Gondar and helped paint a computer room they raised £3,000 to revamp. History teacher Michael Graham, who organised the trip for the group of 15 to 18-year-olds, said: “This trip was a real eye opener for the students. I think first and foremost they were amazed at the difference in terms of how much we have and how little the students have.
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Copies of the orders (which include a compulsory purchase order) and documentation will be made available at Shepperton Library.
The statutory orders are:
Volunteers at Connect Foundation For Mental Health in Shepperton High Street discovered the blaze in the early hours of Monday morning after residents contacted the fire service.
Shepperton Weir lock keeper Steve Newman spotted the two boats in flames about 4.30am. Mr Newman had been woken by a rising water alarm, sounded when the two vessels became trapped in Weir A.