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Bowls Underway At Merrow For The New Season

David Raison reports from Merrow Village Bowls Club On Sunday, April 17 our green was officially opened for the new season. Our chair Richard Duddy and David Matthews’ daughter Sara…

Book Review: ‘Lumberjills Britain’s Forgotten Army’ Brings Gender Stereotypes Crashing Down

By Alice Fowler This week marks the 80th anniversary of the Women’s Timber Corps, a branch of the Women’s Land Army that worked in Britain’s forests during the Second World…

Guildford Man Sets Personal Best In Paris Marathon With 2 Hours 38 Minutes

Andrew Lilley, who grew up in Guildford, has achieved a time of 2 hours and 38 minutes in the Paris marathon on Sunday, April 3. Coming in at 183 out…

Stage Dragon Review: ‘Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em’ At The Yvonne Arnaud

By Ference Hepp There is a current trend to present revivals and adaptations of classic TV comedies from the golden era of sitcoms and we get to hear the familiar…

Stage Dragon: Review Luke Wright – Yvonne Arnaud Mill Studio

By Alice Fowler Luke Wright is a world-class performance poet – part-wordsmith, part-rock star, part-comedian. His dazzling one-man show came to the Yvonne Arnaud’s Mill Studio on Saturday: his second…

Stage Dragon Review: An Hour And A Half Late At The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp This is a wonderful Five Star production of An Hour and a Half Late at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. It stars the Olivier Award winning combination of…

Notice: Try Walking Rugby – It’s Fit For All

Walking Rugby is a fitness innovation that promotes physical health through rugby-style exercise, including stretching, walking, ball-handling and passing skills and rugby drills – but with no scrums, lineouts or…

Tough Times As Guildford City Lose Again

Combined Counties League Premier South Balham 4 Guildford City 0 Click here for match report on Guildford City FC’s website Next match, Saturday, April 2, home to Redhill, kick off…

Guildford Crematorium’s ‘Beautiful Architecture’ Wins Another Award

Guildford Crematorium has won a Civic Trust Award, one of 45 projects recognised in this year’s international competition of excellence in the built environment. The award judges said the building…

Stage Dragon Review: Private Lives At The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By Ferenc Hepp There are not many more combinations as perfect for an Yvonne Arnaud Theatre audience as a Noel Coward comedy starring Nigel Havers. And that is what’s on…