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Reaction to Council Leader’s Resignation

The Guildford Dragon NEWS has obtained the opinion of several of those involved or interested in the local political scene on the sudden resignation of Council Leader Tony Rooth on…

The Dragon Says: This Must Be A Fresh Start For A Better Guildford

The sudden resignation of Council Leader Tony Rooth has not come as a complete surprise to those who have been watching the council over the past few months. The final…

Review: HMS Pinafore – Yvonne Arnaud

By The Stage Dragon Fans of Gilbert and Sullivan may be in for a few surprises with this inventive version of HMS Pinafore. The Opera Della Luna’s production took the…

Acting Council Leader Says ‘It Is Business As Usual Until A New Leader Is Elected’

Cllr Stephen Mansbridge, the acting Leader of Guildford Borough Council, following Cllr Tony Rooth’s resignation, said, when spoken to by The Guildford Dragon NEWS, that it was business as usual…

GBC Council Leader Resigns Suddenly In the Wake of GVG Challenge

The Leader of Guildford Borough Council, Tony Rooth, has resigned suddenly following increased tension within the Tory group caused by an embarrassing legal challenge from the Guildford Vision Group. The…

Archive Day Success in Onslow Village

A steady stream of Onslow Village residents visited the village hall in Wilderness Road on Saturday with old photos, memorabilia and a wealth of memories. Held by the Onslow Village…

Relief For Cyclists as Train Halts Race

A Chilworth resident watching the Tour of Britain cycle race pass through the village on Sunday witnessed and photographed an unusual sight as the cyclists were held up at a…

Where Is This? No:25

By David Rose Jackson’s Garage, the mystery photo featured last week, was at 97 High Street. The site is now where Millbrook / A281 sweeps through the town on past…

Anne Milton Says: Communities Should Be Given More Responsibility

Anne Milton MP told a Guildford audience last night (17 Sep): “Local communities want to take responsibility for their own areas and the Localism Act should help enable them to…

Kids Love Skulduggery And The Author Too

By Flora Windebank Celebrated children’s author Derek Landy visited Guildford last week to give a talk on his new book Kingdom of the Wicked. It is the seventh book in…