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Notice: Guildford’s Street And Road Names Talk By David Rose, July 12

Local historian and writer David Rose will be giving his illustrated talk on the origins of Guildford’s street and road names on Tuesday, July 12, at Onslow Village Hall. The…

Stage Dragon Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream – GSC

By Alice Fowler What better way to spend a warm summer’s evening in Guildford, than watching magical outdoor theatre in a hidden, leafy enclave that traps the last rays of…

Burpham Wellfest on July 17 Aiming To Be The Best In The South East

Burpham Wellfest takes place at Sutherland Memorial Park on Sunday, July 17, and its organiser Ruth Stone says this year’s event has grown significantly since it launched last year. It…

Fun In The 1950s at Guildford Baptist Church’s Holiday At Home

Guildford Baptist Church is hosting its popular Holiday at Home event again on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, July 19, 20 and 21. This year’s theme is ‘Fun in the 1950s’…

Stage Dragon Review: Dead Lies At The Yvonne Arnaud

By Ferenc Hepp This week at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Red Entertainment presents a political thriller, Dead Lies, inspired by the Jeremy Thorpe scandal of the 1970s and set against…

Castle Bowls Club Flies a Jubilee Union Flag

By Martin Giles As a new Jubilee Union Flag stretched out in the breeze, bowlers at the Castle Green Club were taking advantage of the sunshine on Friday (May 27)…

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Announces Mill Studio’s Summer Season

Sponsored article The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre is delighted to announce its upcoming summer 2022 Mill Studio season. The programme features a wonderfully diverse mix of established and emerging artists and…

Surrey Artists Prepare to Show Off – And Why Not?

By Alice Fowler Artists across Surrey are preparing to open their doors for this year’s Surrey Artists Open Studios (SAOS), taking place from June 11-26. In what promises to be…

Music and Sunshine at the Castle Grounds Offers the Perfect Sunday Afternoon Relaxation

By Martin Giles What better way to chill out on a warm late spring Sunday afternoon than to wander up to the Castle Grounds, find a pew or a patch…

Fore! Look Out for The Tigers

By Martin Giles Surrey’s local infantry regiment, the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (PWRR), nicknamed “The Tigers”, took to the golf course in Clandon last week (April 28) for their…

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