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Two Years On From Collapse, Still No Significant Progress On Weir Replacement

By Martin Giles Two years on from the dramatic and near-tragic collapse of the Tumbling Bay Weir at Millmead there is still no agreement between the Guildford Borough Council, the…

Letter: More Bridges, Please, But in the Right Places

From: Barry Williams In response to: Wey Towpath Diversion as Work Starts on New Walnut Bridge Replacing the Walnut Tree bridge with an expensive and poorly-thought design seems very misguided.…

Dragon Cartoons

This page is for the cartoons we have published: 27 Published November 18, 2022 26 Published November 7, 2022 25 Published August 30, 2022 24 Published August 16, 2022 23…

Limestone Transportation Gives a Glimpse of Times Past on the Wey

The 300-year-old River Wey and Godalming Navigations are being used for their original purpose in recent days. Eighty tons of limestone to be used as infill in the restoration of…

Narrowboats, Canoeists, Paddle-boarders and Anglers Back on the Wey

The River Wey in Guildford re-opened to all river traffic yesterday morning, Saturday (June 20) at around 9am. It had been closed since the collapse of the Tumbling Bay Weir…

Letter: Enjoy Your Dogs But Show Consideration and Take Responsibility

From Barry Williams  In response to: Swan Attacked By Dogs At Riverside Nature Reserve The failure to keep dogs under control also extends to our urban streets. I live close…

Restoring River Water Levels Delayed

Restoring the water levels in the River Wey has been delayed until June. The water level dropped when the Tumbling Bay Weir collapsed in November making the stretch between St…

Farncombe Boat House Family Tells of ‘Devastating’ Effect of Weir Collapse and ‘Official Silence’

by Martin Giles The collapse of the Tumbling Bay Weir has had a “devastating effect” on Farncombe Boat House, says its managing director, Russell Chase who has accused the National…

Dragon Interview: Weir Repair Will Take Two Years

The River Wey towpath by the collapsed Tumbling Bay Weir in Millmead will not be restored for two years under current plans for the repair project. But work currently underway…

Second Attempt to Repair Collapsed Weir Commences But Funding Still Uncertain

By Martin Giles A new temporary dam has been constructed on the River Wey to allow repair to the collapsed Tumbling Bay weir in Millmead. A council spokesperson said today…

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