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Your chance to enter Guildford’s Innovation Awards 2019

If your business is based in Guildford and breaking new ground in its industry, we want to hear from you. Now in its third year Guildford’s Innovation Awards 2019 supported by Kyan, has nine categories celebrating a spectrum of sectors from healthcare and technology to sustainability. The annual industry awards serve as a forerunner to

2020-06-12T13:08:32+00:00June 25th, 2019|Guildford Council|0 Comments

THE KEEP-WHAT’S ON JULY 2019

What's on this July at The Keep.... Sunday 30th June– Launch of Guildford Fringe Free Fringe Weekend = The Pilgrim Morris Men in residence! Sunday Lunch served from 2 pm – 5 pm Monday 1st July – 1000 Monkeys Poetry Open Mic Main Bar from 6pm – All Welcome Thursday Evenings in July– Fringe Film

2020-06-12T13:07:25+00:00June 25th, 2019|Events, Retail & Shops|0 Comments

Guildford celebrates Armed Forces Day with special flag raising ceremony

Guildford honoured Britain’s Armed Forces Day today by hosting a special Flag raising ceremony at the Guildhall in the High Street. Colonel Patrick Crowley, Deputy Colonel The Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment joined the Mayor of Guildford, Cllr Richard Billington, a local veteran and Chelsea Pensioner and RGS Cadet Alex Norris on the balcony of

2020-06-12T13:10:53+00:00June 24th, 2019|Guildford Council|0 Comments

Summertime celebrated at Guildford in Bloom School Gardening Awards 2019

Schools are not quite out but there was definitely a buzz at the Guildford in Bloom Schools Gardening Competition awards at Clandon Park Garden Centre this week. Mayor of Guildford, Cllr Richard Billington presented the children with their certificates and winners were treated to a talk from a bee keeper and a potting workshop. More

2020-06-12T13:09:47+00:00June 24th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Artist Studio space available at The Boileroom, Guildford

Artist Studio space available at The Boileroom, Guildford - Available from 1st August 2019 Boileroom have a studio space available from 1st August in their gorgeous garden; ideal for a solo artist, creative start-up, or shared work/artist space. The rent includes 200mb business fibre broadband, business rates and council tax and 24hr access. If you

2020-06-12T14:09:06+00:00June 22nd, 2019|Retail & Shops|0 Comments

A new collection of artwork by Billy Connolly will be unveiled at a Guildford gallery this week.

The fourth instalment of the Born On A Rainy Day series will be available to view at Castle Fine Art on Guildford High Street from Friday 21st June, as well as on www.castlefineart.com. It comprises a selection of six limited edition prints signed by the award-winning actor, comedian and musician. Born On A Rainy Day was

2020-06-12T13:12:54+00:00June 21st, 2019|Events, Retail & Shops|0 Comments

THE YVONNE ARNAUD YOUTH THEATRE HIGHLIGHT THE IMPORTANCE OF COMMUNITY WITH PERFORMACE AT PILGRIM WOOD RESIDENTIAL HOME

Members of the of the Yvonne Arnaud Youth Theatre’s production group Act 3 performed at the Pilgrim Wood Residential & Dementia Care Home on Tuesday 18 June 2019. The company, comprised of eight to 13 year-olds, performed a devised piece of theatre entitled Community Matters, which was based on what community means to them, the

2020-06-12T13:14:47+00:00June 20th, 2019|Theatre|0 Comments

Surrey student advises GBC on efficacy of CCTV and crime prevention

University of Surrey student Jon Allen has played an instrumental role in Guildford Borough Council’s (GBC) recent review of the provision of closed-circuit television (CCTV) and its impact on situational crime prevention across the Borough. Jon, a third-year student from the Department of Sociology, has compiled a comprehensive research report for GBC which will be

2020-06-12T13:15:48+00:00June 19th, 2019|Guildford Council|0 Comments

Specsavers Surrey Youth Games 2019 celebrates sport for all

Young people from across the borough enjoyed representing Team Guildford at the 23rd Specsavers Surrey Youth Games hosted at Surrey Sports Park, over the weekend. Over 1,600 young people from across the county came together for the festival weekend, which aims to celebrate their achievements and provide a positive experience of sports and physical activity.

2020-06-12T13:16:58+00:00June 18th, 2019|Guildford Council|0 Comments
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