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Updated: No Rail Service Again from Guildford During Today’s Strike

South Western Railway (SWR) is urging customers only to travel by rail if absolutely necessary during RMT’s strike day today, Wednesday July 27.  There will be no services on the…

Community Invited To View Latest Designs For North Street Regeneration

Sponsored article Register for the webinar on Thursday July 28 at 6pm by emailing to info@housegroup.co.uk. The Guildford community is being invited by developer St Edward to view the latest…

Campaigners Condemn Wisley Airfield Plan for New Homes as ‘A Recipe for Disaster’

By Martin Giles The long-anticipated application for a major housing development of 1,730 homes on the former Wisley Airfield has been made by developers Taylor Wimpey but local residents represented…

Fight Against Surrey Wildfire Scaled Back

Firefighters are continuing to attend the large wildfire at Hankley Common where over 50 hectares have already been affected. A spokesperson for Surrey Fire & Rescue said: “We’ve scaled back…

Man in Bridge Street Incident Named

Mark Jones, aged 36, of no fixed address, has been charged with being in possession of an offensive weapon in a public place following an incident in Bridge Street, Guildford,…

Another Fire In Surrey Woodlands As Surrey Fire & Rescue ‘Stretched To It’s Limits’

By Emily Inge Whilst the fire in Hankley Common was still being brought under control, Surrey Fire & Rescue attended a fire in Ockham near Wisley late on Sunday evening…

Updated: ‘Please Stay Away from Fires’ Plead Firefighters Still at Work on Hankley Common

By Hugh Coakley and Martin Giles This morning (July 25) Surrey Fire and Rescue has repeated its call for the public to be aware of the current increased fire risk…

Is This the Shortest Cycle Lane in the County?

By Hugh Coakley A bike freshly painted on Worplesdon Road in Guildford shows a cycle lane for both the lycra clad and the more casual cyclist. It’s complete with a…

Guildford’s Hong Kongers Throw Spotlight on Brutal 2019 Attack

By David Reading A group of more than 100 Hong Kongers living in the Guildford area conducted their second peaceful protest in the town centre on Thursday evening – the…

Heatwave: The Dragon Asks Local Politicians Has Climate Change Action Stalled?

By Emily Inge Three years after Guildford Borough Council (GBC), Surrey County Council (SCC) and Parliament declared a climate emergency, The Dragon asked our local representatives “has action stalled?” Local…