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Local Politicians Comment on PM’s Dragon Interview

Local political parties were invited to comment on the responses given yesterday by Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to Dragon editor Martin Giles. See: Exclusive: Prime Minister Says: ‘There’s a Clear…

Limited Rail Services at Guildford Again When ASLEF Strikes – Union Leader Blames Government

South Western Railway (SWR) and Great Western Railways have confirmed its services on days of national industrial and strike action in December. Unlike previous rounds of ASLEF industrial action, the…

How Ash Murder Victim Helped to Convict Her Jealous Killer

By David Reading The killer of 59-year-old Joy Boulton from Ash was convicted of murder today (November 30) following a five-week trial at Guildford Crown Court. The jury reached a…

Letter: Why Tamper with Survey Data Whilst it is Still Active?

From: Terry Newman chair of the London Road Action Group (LRAG) See more London Road articles here. From the outset, LRAG has monitored the submissions made by the public to…

Details of MP-organised Public Meeting with Thames Water Announced

By Martin Giles Two public meetings are still being planned to hear residents’ points of view following the “major incident” in Guildford and Godalming when water supplies were interrupted over…

Exclusive: Prime Minister Says: ‘There’s a Clear Choice for Guildford Voters at Next Election.’

Prime Minster Rushi Sunak told The Guildford Dragon NEWS this morning, in an exclusive interview, that there will be a clear choice at the next general election for those wishing…

Wendy’s Opens in North Street. ‘I Think it’s the Sauce. It’s Sort of my Favourite’

By Martin Giles Guildford has a new burger bar and both staff and customers seem happy with its arrival on North Street this week. Its launch comes a year after…

Notice: Phyllis Tuckwell’s Light up a Life Service, Guildford Cathedral, December 10

Phyllis Tuckwell’s Light up a Life service takes place outside Guildford Cathedral on Sunday, December 10, at 7.45pm, and anyone who would like to remember a loved one is welcome…

High Sheriff is Impressed by Warm and Purposeful Atmosphere at Artventure Trust

The High Sheriff of Surrey, Tim Wates, and his daughter Louisa, have visited Artventure Trust in Merrow, where they met staff and volunteers of the charity and spent time with…

Thank You GBC for Jubilee Gardens’ Upkeep

From: Anthony Mallard In response to: Stoke Park’s Jubilee Oak Tree Gets Special Visit by Grandchildren of Those who Planted It The Jubilee Gardens – albeit I didn’t know it…