More Surrey Mirror work experience pieces
March 23, 2012, 11:08 am
Filed under: Work experience pieces

There are a couple of other pieces I wrote for last week’s Surrey Mirror.

This one is about a new scheme to help mums save money by cutting down on food waste – I took to the streets to find mums I could tailor advice for: http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/Save-50-month-cutting-food-waste-says-Surrey/story-15542879-detail/story.html

This is about a plucky girl running ten races in ten weekends: http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/fundraiser/story-15532336-detail/story.html

This is a nib that came about when I saw college students Tweeting about a fire on Twitter: http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/Evacuation-false-alarm/story-15532343-detail/story.html

This is about plans for a new Eco Park: http://www.thisissurreytoday.co.uk/Surrey-Eco-Park-gets-green-light-despite/story-15532315-detail/story.html

I also did street style, if I were in charge of this town, fitness tips and vox pops for Mirror Midweek.

For this week’s paper, I visited a Unison protest and knocked on the door of a Conservative MP whose staff ran away.  I also wrote about a meals on wheels type scheme called Casserole and went to watch and interview children doing science experiments in a shopping mall.  My favourite story was the one I posted before, as it was a result of an hour’s news hunt, which was a challenge but enjoyable.


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