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Would You Report a Drink Driver This Christmas?

You see someone you know, or a stranger, about to drive away from a pub or a Christmas party after having several drinks. What would you do, would you report…

Lib Dems Take Two Tory Seats in By-elections

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter The Liberal Democrats have taken two Conservative council seats in Surrey this week after two by-elections, one at Guildford’s neighbouring Waverley Borough Council. Dave…

Highways Repair Bulletin December 5 – 11

The list below, published by Surrey County Council, provided by County Cllr Fiona Davidson and available on the SCC website, lists the current works planned or underway in the borough.…

A New Honorary Freeman Appointed

Guildford has a new honorary freeman – Keith Churchouse. His long-standing contributions to the town were recognised last night, when he was appointed with the award. It is the highest…

Free Tool Hire Scheme At Zero Carbon ‘Cuts Clutter And Waste’

By Hugh Coakley One of the things about DIY is having the right tool for the job. But on the other hand, you don’t want to spend a fortune on…

‘No Expectation’ That Surrey County Council Will Raise Council Tax By Full Amount

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter Surrey County Council’s leader says he has “no expectation at all” that council tax will be put up by the full amount allowed despite…

Timespan of Criticised County Council Cycle Lane Scheme Reduced

By Martin Giles A plan for improved footways and cycle lanes in both directions between Boxgrove Roundabout and the New Inn Lane roundabout on London Road (A3100), Burpham, next year…

Beekeeper’s Notes: Bees Live Four Times Longer In The Winter

Hugh Coakley keeps bees in Worplesdon It is probably the quietest time of the year for beekeepers. The bees are prepared for the winter, plenty of honey stores, a dry…

Thames Water to ‘Work Through the Night’ to Fix Guildford’s Water Supply

Thames Water says it will be “working through the night” to restore a water supply to Guildford homes, following problems at Ladymead Water Treatment Works. The problem has now, it…

GBC Decision on Howard of Effingham Houses Overturned on Appeal

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter A development of 110 homes on the Howard of Effingham site will be allowed after a borough council’s refusal was overturned. But inspectors have…

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