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Call to Rename a Woking Plaza After the Late Queen

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter A Woking councillor is calling for the Henry Plaza shopping area to be renamed as a permanent tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. A meeting…

Guildford MP Will ‘Continue to Mediate’ Between Allotment Tenants And Council

By Hugh Coakley Guildford MP Angela Richardson has said that she is happy to continue to mediate between GBC and allotment holders at the new allotment sites being created as…

Notice: Animated Film, Liyana, At The Electric Theatre On Sunday, December 4

Described in the Sunday Times as “part documentary, part animation, pure magic”, the film, Liyana tells the story of five children in Eswatini (formerly Swaziland) who turn their past traumas…

Letter: Thank You to the Generous Friary Centre Shoppers

From: Gulcem Ercis Branch co-ordinator, Mid Surrey Branch of Guide Dogs Many thanks for the kindness and generosity of everyone in The Friary, Guildford on Saturday  (November 19) who contributed…

Letter: Debenhams – Viability Assessments Are Misunderstood and Misapplied

From John Harrison See: Single Vote Decides Debenhams Plan Following Wide-ranging Debate If such large buildings are to replace Debenhams it is a tragedy that only 3 per cent of…

Notice: German Christmas Market and School Film Competition Awards – What’s Not to Like?

Come to the Guildford Twinning Association’s annual mini German Christmas market – we will give you a good time while we raise funds and our profile. There is free admission…

Thousands of Pounds’ Worth of Jewellery Stolen from Antiques Fair

An opportunity theft of thousands of pounds’ worth of jewellery has been reported to Surrey Police who are appealing for witnesses. The incident occurred at the Loseley Park Antiques Fair…

The Continuing Saga of the Absentee Parish Councillors: Chairman Calls a Special Meeting

By David Reading Ash Parish Council is to hold a special meeting on Tuesday, November 29, to discuss an issue that has made it a laughing stock in the eyes…

M25 Protesters ‘Playing Dead’ Means Arrests Take Longer

By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter M25 protesters acting as “dead weights” means they take longer to be arrested, according to Surrey’s Police and Crime Commissioner. Just Stop Oil activists…

Lions Aiming To Raise £10k To Help People Struggling With Fuel Bills

Members of the Guildford Lions Club have joined forces with the North Guildford Food Bank to raise £10,000 for it – by inviting local businesses, families, and individuals to come…