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Birdwatcher’s Diary No.268

By Malcolm Fincham Inclement Atlantic westerlies continued the theme for November as we drifted into the second half of the month. Despite the forecast, my wife and I took the…

Opinion: Our Views on Proposed Changes Should Count

By Martin Giles One thing voters rarely forgive in their political leaders is arrogance. There is a difference between fighting for proposals against political opposition and railroading initiatives that are…

Corrected: Lib Dems Take Two Tory Seats in By-elections

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter This article has been corrected. Previous errors were introduced in the edit and no fault of the LDRS reporter. The Liberal Democrats have taken…

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…

Council Pledges Nearly £10,000 To Four Crowdfunding Projects

Protecting a community garden’s eco hub, celebrating disability art, a decorative Christmas lantern display, and engaging educational tours are four projects currently being supported by Guildford Borough Council. The council…

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…

Activate Learning Launches First Personalised Digital Prospectus

Activate Learning has launched the first personalised digital prospectus in the further education sector for prospective students. With its learning campuses at Guildford College, Merrist Wood College and Farnham College,…

Donate Items At Tesco This Weekend To Keep Food Banks Supplied

Tesco is asking shoppers to donate long-life food items to keep food banks supplied this winter. The tenth annual Tesco Food Collection is taking place in every UK Tesco store from…

Lions Aiming To Raise £10k To Help People Struggling With Fuel Bills

Members of the Guildford Lions Club have joined forces with the North Guildford Food Bank to raise £10,000 for it – by inviting local businesses, families, and individuals to come…

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