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Shop Front: Black Sheep Coffee ‘Leave The Herd Behind’

Sponsored article “Oh no. Yet another coffee shop in Guildford,” goes the cry. But Black Sheep Coffee is different. It says it’s the only retail coffee company in the world…

Shop Front: Deli Italy ‘Great Welcome, Great Coffee and Freshly Made Food’

Sponsored article If you want a “great welcome, great coffee and freshly made food” and shop deli-style for things you won’t find anywhere else in Guildford, Deli Italy, the Italian…

Letter: More Politicians Should Cycle to See the Problems for Themselves

From: Ben Darnton In response to: State of Roads ‘No Fault of the Council’ – More Government Money Needed I’ve been cycling five miles into work in central Guildford for…

Caption Competition – Winners Announced

Readers were asked “What has happened at this North Street post box? Were the boots to be posted before the sender realised they had not wrapped them or ensured they…

Highways Repair Bulletin February 6 – 12

Next week there will be road closures in Ash, Bramley, Compton, Effingham Junction, and Guildford (Epsom Road). Traffic light signals will be operating in: Ash Vale, Chilworth, Guildford  (Egerton Road,…

Slow Decisions Might Cause Government to Limit GBC Planning Powers

By Hugh Coakley The government has written to Guildford Borough Council demanding an explanation for its poor performance on the slow speed of decisions on non-major developments. It says the…

Notice: Dance Cult 10 at Rubix Nightclub, Surrey Uni February 18, Free for NHS Staff

Carlton Reed is raising funds for the NHS because they saved his life. He said: “It was impossible to thank everybody that cared for me through my cancer journey and…

Dragon Interview: Cllr Rigg Says ‘If the Developers Walk Away It Will Be A Disaster for Guildford’

John Rigg, the lead councillor at Guildford Borough Council responsible for Regeneration, is still clearly smarting from the rejection in January of the North Street Planning application from the St…

Woking High-rise Development Limits Slammed

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter Plans to limit high-rise development in Woking is akin to slamming the stable door shut after the horse has bolted, Surrey County Council’s ex-head…

State of Roads ‘No Fault of the Council’ – More Government Money Needed

By Chris Caulfield local democracy reporter The state of Surrey’s roads is “no fault of the county council” its cabinet has heard, as councillors vowed to put more pressure on…

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