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Santa fun runners raise Christmas charity cash
The town's Priory Park even had mini Santas as children under five took part against family members of all ages in aid of the Reigate & Redhill branch of the YMCA.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Pair held over Fred Kucharski fire death released without charge
The 92-year-old Polish war veteran died in hospital five days after being injured in a house fire in Slyfield Green Two men who were arrested over the death of a war veteran following a house fire in Guildford have been released with no further action taken.
Slingshot Theatre Tours Nativity in Creakebottom thru Dec 24
SLINGSHOT THEATRE presents the world premiere and national tour of a brand new comic play for the festive season, the story of the greatest birth on earth! The tour runs now through December 24, 2013.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Motorists warned about 'abnormal load' lorries convoy
Two lorries carrying 21m-long metal cylinders are expected to take four hours to travel from Slyfield Industrial Estate in Guildford to Pease Pottage services in West Sussex Motorists travelling on roads in Surrey on Saturday have been advised to allow extra time for their journey as an abnormal load passes through parts of the county.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Man jailed for knife threats and pool cue attack
A violent thug has been jailed for more than three-and-a-half years for his part in an unprovoked attack on a man sleeping peacefully on his brother's couch.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Modern Water Wins China Deals as Forward-Osmosis Pioneer Expands
Modern Water Plc , which completed the world's first commercial forward-osmosis desalination plant in Oman last year, won three contracts in China during a U.K. trade mission led by Prime Minister David Cameron.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
In this week's Surrey Advertiser - Prince & Princess vote
The Surrey Advertiser , in conjunction with White Lion Walk Shopping Centre and the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, has launched a search to find Surrey's very own little Prince and Princess - now we want you to vote for your favourite.
'Depraved' paedophile jailed for trying to rape young girl
A paedophile who attempted to rape a young girl has been sentenced to six and a half years in prison.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Villagers set for green belt march on council offices in Guildford
Protesters from villagers surrounding the town fear an "assault" on the green belt that could open the door to housing developers Members of protest groups from villages surrounding the town will demonstrate their anger outside the council's office in Millmead at 2pm.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Shoppers surprised by Cinderella panto flash mob
The cast of this year's Guildford pantomime, Cinderella, gave shoppers a surprise as they performed a spontaneous flash mob in the town centre.
Charity pilgrimage follows in Martin Sheen's film footsteps
A walker inspired by a film at Guildford Film Festival took on a 500-mile international challenge to raise more than A 12,000 for the British Heart Foundation Following in the footsteps of a film character, a Guildford man embarked on a 500-mile charity pilgrimage across northern Spain.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
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Ewhurst teenager sentenced for arson attack on Cranleigh educational centre
A 19-year-old man from Ewhurst who admitted an arson at a local educational centre, in which a thatched reconstruction of a Celtic roundhouse was destroyed, has been given a 16 month custodial sentence at a Young Offenders Institute.
Mole Valley Ramblers' weekend of walks
Mole Valley Ramblers will hold two walks totalling 11 miles, walking in a figure of eight to the east and west of Guildford, on Saturday, November 30, meeting at 10am at Echo Pit Road car park, Guildford.
Three men deny affray following death of Ryan Harrison
Three men have denied charges of affray in relation to an altercation at Guildford railway station in which a 22-year-old was killed by a train.
Panto stars illuminate town as record crowds look on
Families enjoyed festive fun in Guildford on Thursday as the stars of the town's panto switched on the Christmas lights Bonny Langford turns on the Guildford Christmas lights with Mayor Cllr Diana Lockyer-Nibbs and panto stars Kit Heskith Harvey and Jamie Brooks People stood shoulder to shoulder, from White Lion Walk to Holy Trinity church, to soak ... (more)
Wed Nov 20, 2013
What's in a name?
In the latter half of the 1800s, New Westminster municipal clerk H. J. Brewer gazed at the land across the churning, muddy Fraser River and was reminded of his native home in the United Kingdom.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Cameron swore he'd treasure the Green Belt. What a hollow promise
His brow furrowed with passion, David Cameron once said of the Green Belt: 'I would no more put that at risk than I would put at risk my own family.'
Developers 'circling like vultures', say village campaigners
An application is under consideration by the council for Russell Place Farm, in Frog Grove Lane to be considered as Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspace .
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Knights in shining armour battle on Southampton Common
While most head to Southampton Common to take a stroll or have a kick around, the Beech family are preparing for battle.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Villagers protest against expansion and development of 700 homes
Documents commissioned by Guildford Borough Council ahead of the current planning consultation suggest the village would be appropriate for 773 additional homes without significantly impacting the green belt.