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Stephen Mansbridge Poised To Be The New Council Leader – But Who Is He?

Stephen Mansbridge was elected unopposed this evening (September 26) as the new Leader of the Conservative Group at Guildford Borough Council. The result means that his  election as the new…

Review: The Handyman – Yvonne Arnaud Theatre

By The Stage Dragon This play will will leave you pondering – for days – I expect. Award-winning playwright Ronald Harwood’s The Handyman kept the audience gripped throughout as it…

Where Is This? No.26

By David Rose Some of the regular responders seems to have been stumped by last week’s pictures. No such problems for Chris Townsend, Brian Holt, Ray Springer, and Doug Staniforth,…

The Property Market Is Tough But Surrey Is Holding Its Own

By Claire Dee Surrey’s resilience in the face of the toughest property market conditions for decades has been applauded at a Guildford property seminar. Opening proceedings, PKF real estate partner…

Council Tax – GBC Invite You To Have Your Say

More Guildford residents are likely to pay Council Tax and some, who already pay, will pay more, according to a Guildford Borough Councillor. But the views of local people are…

Millmead Views: Orchestra Great – But We Haven’t Got The Money

An occasional column written by our local GBC councillors… By Richard Billington  Conservative Councillor for Tillingbourne Ward So now the nights are drawing in and we approach the season of…

Opinion: The Demise of The Guildford Philharmonic Strikes An Undemocratic Note

By Julian Lyon I have, for a long time now, been an active observer and regular letter-writer on matters about which I feel strongly.  I tend not to hold back…

GuilFest Future Bleak as Company Ceases Trading

The future of GuilFest is in doubt after the news that the company that runs it has stopped trading. Numbers were down this year at the annual three-day music festival…

Teenager Charged With Roundhill Way Murder

An 18-year-old male has been charged by detectives in Guildford this evening (September 24) with the murder of a teenager in Guildford on Saturday night. Liam Martin, of Roundhill Way,…

Book Review: Double Cross -The True Story of D-Day Spies by Ben McIntyre

By Phil Costen Ben Mcintyre introduces us to a group of eccentric fantasists involved in double and, possibly, triple-cross deceptions to convince, or reinforce, the Nazi high command view that…