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Guildford is Cricket’s True Cradle Claims Renowned Cricket Writer

David Frith, respected cricket commentator and writer, former editor of Wisden magazine and Guildford resident, launches a long-overdue claim for Guildford to be regarded as cricket’s premier source of development. For…

Book Review: Guildford’s Cricket Story by David Frith

by John Schluter Guildford not Hambledon should be regarded as the cradle of cricket according to a new book by David Frith, a Guildford resident and former editor of the…

Opinion: Howell’s That! – (This Lord Does Not Speak For Guildford)

By Martin Giles If Lord David Howell of Guildford had been batting for England this week he would have been out ‘hit wicket’. He did not need to enter the…

New Twist In Waitrose Site Saga After Judge’s Ruling

The saga over the proposed Waitrose store in Guildford town centre continues. Although the High Court has now dismissed an application for a judicial review from the Guildford Vision Group’s (GVG)…

Richard’s Wey June 2013

The latest of our riverbank tales from the local Stoke lengthsman Richard Cant June began with a very pleasant day out in the sunshine for the properties staff and volunteers…

Review Under Way of Guildford’s Community Safety Wardens

Guildford’s Community Safety Warden (CSW) service is being reviewed. The council wish to ensure that, in the current financial climate, the £390,000 service is of appropriate scale with the correct…

Council To Partner With New Friary Centre Owners and Re-evaluate North Street Bids

Guildford Borough Council is to partner up with the new owners of the Friary Centre and reconsider bids from the three short-listed development partners for the North Street redevelopment project.…

Fun In The Sun At Festival Boat Gathering And Raft Race

With no hint of the weather conditions that cancelled last year’s event (first drought and eventually flood) the Guildford Festival Boat Gathering took place at Millmead at the weekend, with…

First Use of Council Powers to Make An Empty House A Home

A house in Guildford, which has been empty for over five years, is the first to be brought back into use by Guildford Borough Council using compulsory powers. The privately-owned property,…

Opinion: Traveller Sites – The Council Has Been Put Between A Rock And A Hard Place

by Martin Giles For the past two years that I have been attending council planning meetings at Millmead there has been a clear message from all parties: we have to…