Anniversary of Titanic hero memorial
The 100th anniversary of a memorial cloister built to commemorate the chief wireless operator on the Titanic has been marked.
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Pub reopens after Christmas floods
Extensive work was needed at the Mill which sits on the banks of the River Wey at Elstead, near Godalming, after the water subsided.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Flood-hit pub opens for business after 'very difficult time'
John Peters, who was shot down over Iraq in January 1991 and survived weeks of gruelling torture, saw his son Guy proudly follow him into the forces "I can't be hard on the boys, I'm tired myself", said Woking FC boss Garry Hill as Cambridge United halt seven-match sequence Get Surrey takes a look back at the evolution of GuilFest and the popular ... (more)
Tue Apr 08, 2014
All about Godalming - vibrant town is the place to be
A man in his 20s was airlifted to hospital after being hit by a van on the A25 Woodbridge Road in Guildford on Tuesday morning Head coach Paul Dixon said players were "flat" in second period of EPL Play-Offs semi-final defeat to Basingstoke Bison The small, quiet town of Dorking was buzzing with excitement on Tuesday as the cast and crew of ... (more)
Hundreds of petition signatures call for Dunsfold Park homes
Waverley Borough Council meeting in June will debate petition calling for new homes around Cranleigh to be built on large brownfield site More than 1,400 people have signed a petition calling for Dunsfold Aerodrome to be considered for housing rather than the greenfields around Cranleigh.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
GP in warning over dementia targets
Setting targets for the number of people who should be diagnosed with dementia could lead to "substantial harm" to patients, a GP has said.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
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Jury still out in Michael Griffiths Fernhurst murder trial
A JURY at Hove Trial Centre is still deliberating the case of a group accused of torturing and killing Michael Griffiths at his Fernhurst home.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Family one step closer to Disney dream after charity walk
Mother with incurable cancer said she was "overwhelmed" by the support she had received and thanked everyone who took part in the fundraiser Almost A 2,000 was raised towards sending a young family dealing with cancer to Disneyland, during a charity walk on Saturday .
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Pensioner dons walking shoes to support Godalming Town FC
Jane Phillips, 71, will complete a six mile solo sponsored walk in an attempt to raise A 500 to support her beloved flood-hit club Devastated by the flood that wrecked her club at Christmas, Jane Phillips is ready to do her bit to help get Godalming Town FC back on an even keel.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
The jury has retired in the case of a group of people accused of torturing and killing a man.
After a number of days of summing up in the case, Judge Michael Lawson QC sent jurors at Hove Crown Court out today at around 2.45pm to consider their verdict.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Power lines down as supply goes underground at Thursley Common
Electricity cables are being laid underground at Thursley Common as part of a A 400,000 project to remove overhead power lines from the beauty spot Thursley Common is being dug up for electricity cables to be laid underneath, as part of a A 400,000 project.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
104 homes next to Milford Hospital leave objectors feeling sick
A controversial plan to build more than 100 homes on land next to Milford Hospital was set in stone on Wednesday March 19. Appointed developer David Wilson Homes lodged an application with Waverley Borough Council, seeking permission to carry out 'landscaping, layout and scale' works at the site, which lies to the west of Tuesley Lane.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Charity walk in aid of mum battling cancer
A group of friends are raising funds to give a Godalming mother with cancer "a trip of a lifetime" with her family A group of friends are getting their walking boots on this weekend in a bid to raise money for a woman who is battling four types of cancer.