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Petrol Stations Report Low Supply Levels And Continuing Heavy Demand

[thethe-image-slider name=”Petrol Stations Update”] Guildford’s four most central petrol stations all reported heavy demand for their remaining fuel stocks this evening (31 March). One had run out of all fuel…

Police Make Further Raids Over Illegal Drugs

The police have continued to tackle dealers bringing illegal drugs into Guildford with a second phase of raids this week. As stated on the Surrey Police website, on Tuesday morning,…

Not One, But Two St Catherine’s Fairs Planned for 2012

With just one exception a couple of decades ago, there hasn’t been a St Catherine’s Fair since the time of the First World War. Now it seems there are to…

GBC Exec Discuss Mayoral Vacancy As ‘Item of Urgent Business’

The now vacant post of Guildford Mayor for 2012-13 was raised as a matter of urgency at last night’s Executive Meeting of Guildford Borough Council. The vacancy has arisen because…

Launch Evening Success for The Guildford Dragon News

Forty specially invited guests, including Guildford’s MP Anne Milton, Mayor Terence Patrick and the Leader of the Council, Tony Rooth, attended the launch of The Guildford Dragon News website, held…

The Guildford Dragon is Here!

A brand new news website for Guildford is being developed here by Martin Giles and David Rose. It will contain Guildford news for Guildford people written by Guildford reporters. The…

Are Green Lane Developments Disturbing the Dead?

“Apparently even the dead are pissed off with what’s been happening lately.” This is just one comment from a local resident on seeing these strange photos taken along Green Lane…

Guildford Sports Relief Run

The Guildford Sports Relief Mile, organised by students at the University of Surrey and sponsored by Sainsbury’s, was one of hundreds taking place across the country today (Sunday, March 23).…

Taxi Fares to Rise But Guildford Public Housing Stock in Good Shape GBC Exec Reports

Rising cost of Diesel fuel has triggered the reintroduction of a fuel surcharge on taxi fares. It will be double that previously imposed and will cause fares to rise. Meanwhile…

New ‘Guildford Vision Group’ Claim GBC ‘Masterplan’ Is Flawed

An audience of around 200 gathered at Millmead Baptist Church last night (March 21) to hear a panel of architects and planners criticise the council’s draft ‘Masterplan’, claiming that it…