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Opinion: Conflict on the King’s Highway

By Terry Newman a personal view from chair of the London Road Action Group The media (social, print and online) make frequent references to conflicts between motorists and cyclists, motorists…

Opinion: The Lib Dem Budget for Guildford – Just Not Good Enough

By Philip Brooker Leader of the Conservative Group at Guildford Borough Council and borough councillor for Worplesdon At the budget meeting this coming Wednesday, Guildford Liberal Democrats will force through…

The Ash Aspect: GBC Remains Silent on Plot of Land Promised to the Community

By David Reading What will happen to the plot of land that Bewley Homes set aside for the construction of a new GPs’ surgery in Ash, now that the NHS…

Opinion: The Pros and Cons of the Re-designed Junction 10

By Chris Dick Will history judge Junction 10 M25 a success? Work on the new £350 million M25 junction is due for completion by Summer 2025. But will the benefits to road…

The Worplesdon Witness January 2024

Jan Messinger with round up of news from the parish of Worplesdon London gallery hosts artwork by Sidney Sime It’s a momentous start of 2024 for Worplesdon’s Sime Gallery as…

The Dragon Says: Ask Not for Whom the Post Office Alarm Sounds…

The Post Office scandal is a shameful example of the abuse of power and it has had local ramifications. Only three miles south of Guildford, on October 10, 2017, after…

Opinion: How I Was Motivated By ‘The Donald’

By Pete Bennett Chair of the Residents for Guildford & VillagesParty Twelve months ago, I was not interested in local government.  Boring people in boring meetings discussing irrelevant things. Skip forward…

Opinion: The Case for Recycling Old Buildings

By Anna Hummel local architect and member of the Guildford Society’s Design and Heritage Group In the drive for net zero should we be giving more thought to recycling our…

Opinion: Local Authority Funding – A Perfect Storm Is Almost Upon Us

Bernard Quoroll is a former local authority CEO and was an independent person at GBC. In this article, he gives a well-informed insight into the grave and urgent situation that…

Ash’s New Road Bridge: GBC Answers Some Of The Key Questions

By David Reading So long as all goes to plan, in just under a year Ash will have a new road bridge crossing the railway line near Ash Station. Guildford…