With some frost expected tomorrow, a gritting depot in Godstone, Surrey was a hive of activity today.
Three people have died and others seriously injured after a coach overturned after colliding with a tree on the A3 in Surrey.
Police are appealing for information after two burglars tortured a grandmother in her own home in Surrey.
Police have cordoned off the road where a body was found in a well at a property in Surrey.
Scotland Yard confirmed that seven men had been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Seven people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found down a seven-foot well in Surrey.
Police are still trying to recover the body from a front garden in Audley Drive in Warlingham.
A diving team has been called to the scene.
Detective Chief Inspector Cliff Lyons confirmed that residents on the street where a body has been found in an ornamental well outside a house had previously "expressed concern" about the the people who lived there.
Asked about claims by local residents that there had been trouble over the past couple of years with the people who lived in the house, and that police had been called many times, he said: "The residents have expressed concern, there is intelligence to support that notion, yes."
He said removing the body would take at least the best part of today.
The body recovered from an ornamental well in a Surrey garden had not been there for more than a matter of weeks, Detective Chief Inspector Cliff Lyons told reporters at the scene.
He said: "It's not been there for an extended period of time, it will be a matter of weeks at the most."
He was not prepared to discuss who lives in the house, or a suggestion that the body was wrapped in carpet. He could not confirm or deny whether the body was intact.
Seven people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a body was found in a well in Surrey, police have confirmed.
A diving team is being called in to recover the body from the front garden of a house in Audley Drive, Warlingham.
A senior detective said the body found in a well outside a home in Surrey "presents a number of logistical challenges".
Detective Chief Inspector Cliff Lyons said:
The well is two feet in diameter, it is seven feet deep to the water line, and the water is approximately four feet deep.
We need a police marine diving team, with breathing apparatus, and we need to recover the body intact to preserve forensic evidence.
The process of recovery is likely to take some time.
Although it is not possible to ascertain the gender of the body with accuracy, "judging by the size, it is most likely to be an adult, not a child", he said, adding, "The person is white."
Police have launched a murder investigation after a body was found in a well outside a home in Surrey.
Officers were called to the scene, in the front garden of a private house in Audley Drive, Warlingham, Surrey, yesterday afternoon.
Detective Chief Inspector Cliff Lyons said the recovery operation might take some time.
"It is a murder investigation. As far as I am concerned, when a body is found in a well, it either fell in there, or was placed in there, and the evidence is apparent that the body was placed in there," the senior detective said.
People are reported to be injured following a "serious collision" on the M25 in Surrey.
Six ambulances and four fire engines are at the scene of the accident between junctions 10 and 11, in which two people are believed to have suffered "serious injuries".
Surrey Police said the clockwise carriageway is expected to remain closed "for some time".
A sparkling 18th century crystal grotto has been unveiled after a year-long restoration project.
Writer, photographer and broadcaster Lady Lucinda Lambton, who has been described as a "crusader" for the nation's architectural heritage, placed the last crystal in the grotto's stalactite mineral decoration.
It is part of the historic Painshill Park landscape garden created between 1738 and 1773 by politician Charles Hamilton near Cobham, Surrey.The 158-acre Grade I listed site was inspired by Renaissance art and Hamilton's Grand Tours of Europe.
Following the £747,400 restoration work, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, the grotto will be open to visitors at weekends from next month.
A teenager accused of making comments placed on a social media website following the murder of soldier Lee Rigby has had his court case discontinued.
Nineteen-year-old Mohammed Mazar, of Balmoral Drive, Woking, Surrey, was charged with improper use of the public electronic communications network under the Communications Act 2003.
He was on the list to appear at Guildford Magistrates' Court but a prosecutor said a letter informing Mr Mazer that the case was to be "discontinued" had been sent earlier.