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Letter: The Urgent Traffic Problem In Guildford Is Obvious

From Colin Cross Lib Dem borough councillor for Lovelace £250 million just to push the motorway traffic a mile or to on to the next jam. Really? The only really…

Letter: Can You Help Me Find Old School Photos?

Letter: Can You Help Me Find Old School Photos?

From Delma Brain Do any Guildford Dragon readers have any photos of Stoughton Infant School and joiners to Northmead Girls School from the 1960s please? I have been looking for…

Letter: The Borough Council’s Reputation Is Hanging By A Thread

From Helena Townsend Guildford Borough Council’s reputation is hanging by a thread in the commercial world. Many stakeholders say that the council is extremely difficult to deal with and “like…

Letter: Planned Diversions for Bridge Replacement Could Cause Gridlock

 From Bibhas Neogi At the public display at Shalford Village Hall on Tuesday [February 20, 2018] I had a view of the proposed diversion for works on the B3000…

Letter: ‘Thanks For The Latest Birdwatcher’s Diary’

From Juliet Miller Hills Thank you for the latest Birdwatcher’s Diary No.155 by Malcolm Fincham. I live in the Midwest of the USA and we are just getting heavy rain after…

Letter: GBC Budget – Imitation Is the Best Form of Flattery

From George Dokimakis Guildford Borough Council’s decision to borrow and invest £81 million in a revenue-generating asset is straight out of Labour’s manifesto and a long-standing Labour policy. This is…

Letter: Article 4 Direction Is Great News for Wanborough

From Tony Rooth Conservative borough councillor for Pilgrims ward (which includes Wanborough) The Article 4 Direction for Wanborough Fields now requires owners of the land to obtain planning permission for…

Letter: It Is Clear How Much We All Enjoyed Our Time in the WRAC

From Joan Young In response to: Memories Of Queen Elizabeth Barracks And The Women’s Royal Army Corps It has been lovely to read all the comments on the article about Queen…

Letter: There Are Better Options For New Pond Road Bridge

By Bibhas Neogi Work to replace New Pond Road Bridge is planned to start on April 23 and will finish around mid-July. I live less than half a mile from…

Letter: Public Exhibition on M25 Junction Proposal Now Running

From Bob McShee Conservative borough councillor for Worplesdon I attended a councillor briefing by Highways England last week about the A3/M25 Junction 10, which handles approx 100,000 vehicles per day.…