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Pushing Pedals: Explore Your Route To A Better Commute

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…

Guildford Company Use Video to Give an Impression of Medieval Guildford

A Guildford-based company which specialises in creating historical virtual reality experiences has produced a video of medieval Guildford town and castle. Historic VR Ltd, based in Quarry Street, has made…

War Changes Everything: Moldova’s Response to Ukrainian Refugee Crisis

Peter Curran is the chairman of Stoke Community Support, an organisation that did great work during the pandemic helping families in need, particularly by providing meals. During this May’s half-term…

University Wins EU Research Into Bleak State Of Eastern Europe’s Liberal Democracy

The University of Surrey’s politics department has been awarded a £650k grant from the Horizon Europe research programme of the European Commission to try to understand why illiberalism has made…

National Trust’s Plans For Clandon Park: ‘A Great House Laid Bare’

The National Trust has announced its plans for Clandon Park, catastrophically damaged by fire in April 2015. It says these will feature walkways and platforms for visitors to explore the…

Birdwatcher’s Diary No.258

By Malcolm Fincham As we entered into the last weeks of June a plume of hot Spanish air had pushed up as far as southern counties of the UK. Its…

A Glimpse Of Women Munitions Workers During The First World War

By David Rose With a number of light engineering factories in Guildford during the First World War, it’s not surprising that women were employed too, as the firms produced munitions…

Success Of Kane FM’s MindWaves Programme That Really Helps Young People In Need

A free programme in Guildford in which young people learn about radio production, broadcasting techniques and digital DJ-ing and music production is proving to be a tremendous benefit to those…

Rubens’ Blog: It’s Time To See If There’s Different Forms of OCD

Rubens King works as an armed forces caseworker for young people, helping people find training, work experience, volunteering and paid work. He also writes giving advice on mental health issues…

Who Recalls Pleasure Trips Along The Wey Navigation In The 1960s On The Narrowboat Arcturus II?

By David Rose Back in the 1960s there was a narrowboat that gave pleasure trips along the River Wey Navigations and further afield too. The narrowboat was called Arcturus II…