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See the Light – Years of Campaigning Finally Pay Off

By Martin Giles Mandy Millyard is not a woman to give up easily. After nearly nine years campaigning she has finally seen complete success with the re-installation of lighting to…

Jeremy Hunt Selected as Tory Candidate for New Godalming and Ash Constituency

By Martin Giles Jeremy Hunt has been selected as the Conservative candidate for the new Godalming and Ash constituency, which includes the village of Hambledon where Hunt lives. The announcement…

Pushing Pedals: London Road Cycle Lanes – We Must Find a Way

This is the regular column on local cycling by the Guildford Bicycle User Group (G-BUG). Its vision is to make cycling in Guildford safer, more convenient and fun. Members share…

Highways Repair Bulletin January 30 – February 5

Next week there will be road closures in Chilworth, Effingham and Guildford and traffic light signals operating in Guildford town (Egerton Road, Epsom Road, Farnham Road and Worpledon Road), Normandy,…

Clarks Shoes Shut as Basement Floods in High Street Shop

By Hugh Coakley Clarks shoe shop in the High Street (adjacent to Tunsgate Quarter) has been closed for about a week. A source told The Dragon it was due to…

Planning a Street Party to Celebrate the King Charles’ Coronation? Apply Early Is the Advice

Thousands of people are expected to line the streets of London to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles III, but Guildford residents will want to celebrate within the borough too.…

Ash Aspect: ‘Help Us Launch New Youth Centre’ – Message to Ash Residents

By David Reading Plans to reopen Ash Youth Centre will be taking shape on Monday evening (January 30) at a public meeting to which the whole community is being invited.…

GBC Says: ‘Protect Your Pet, Use a Licensed Boarder’

Guildford pet owners are being encouraged to use licensed companies to look after their pets when they go away by Guildford Borough Council. Licenced premises will have passed an inspection…

Royal Surrey Hospital Preparing for Junior Doctor Strike

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter Royal Surrey hospital trust bosses are beginning to plan for three days of junior doctor strikes which could have a “significant impact” on services.…

Sandfield Primary to Build Green Screens to Combat Air Pollution

Sandfield Primary School will build green screens and plant trees around its perimeter to act as a natural shield against emissions from idling cars and traffic to protect the health…