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Letter: Read All About This Bird-Brained Scheme

From Gordon Bridger hon alderman and former Mayor of Guildford Readers might wish to see an article in The Spectator: Building artificial beauty spots to protect nests is a bird-brained…

Letter: Look At The Little Yellow Line They’ve Painted In My Road!

From Derek Carley The attached photo and communication I have had from Surrey Highways below must be worthy of a feature on The Guildford Dragon NEWS or a competition for…

Letter: Green Belt Protection And Town Regeneration Are Both Necessary

From David Roberts I write to answer to Peter Knight’s question: “Why should we put up with that little type of development in isolation whilst those in [Lovelace Ward (Ripley,…

Letter: I Feel Sorry For The Rough Sleepers But One Told Me to F*** Off!

From Shirley West I was shocked to see this morning (January 9, 2018) in Guildford one homeless person begging in North Street and five in the High Street. It was…

Letter: Patching Up Farnham Road Railway Bridge is Not Good Enough

From Bibhas Neogi In response to: Bridge Plans Need Urgent Reconsideration The Portsmouth railway line was extended to the south of Guildford in the 1840s. Roads that crossed the tracks were…

Letter: Was The Brexit Meeting With Local MPs Publicised?

From Dave Middleton In response to: Guildford and Woking MPs Hear Local Business Concerns Over Brexit The organisers may dispute the secrecy or otherwise of the meeting, but I for one…

Letter: We Do Need To Get On With The Museum Project

From Gordon Bridger hon alderman and former Mayor of Guildford In response to: Let’s Encourage The Council To Get On With The Museum Project When I visit Guildford Museum I am…

Letter: If Brexit Happens It Will Be An Unmitigated Disaster

From Dick Carpenter In response to: Guildford and Woking MPs Hear Local Business Concerns Over Brexit The Brexit meeting organised by Guildford & Woking in Europe was an  excellent evening, with…

Letter: Bridge Plans Need Urgent Reconsideration

From Maurice Barham secretary of the Guildford Society Transport Group On December 13, the Guildford Local Committee, which meets only four times a year, dealt with a 109-page agenda package…

Letter: Choosing the Least Worst Party Could Become a Thing of the Past

Letter: Choosing the Least Worst Party Could Become a Thing of the Past

From Jenny Procter In response to: Are Residents Well Served by the Main Political Parties in Local Government? It is encouraging to see this groundswell of opposition to the control of…

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