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  • Council Defends Car Park Charges: Usage Nearly Back To Pre-Pandemic Levels
    by Hugh Coakley on 3rd July 2022 at 10:06 pm

    By Hugh Coakley Guildford Borough Council has defended its car park charges. This is against claims the charges are deterring shoppers by saying ticket numbers across the council’s car parks “are only 4% below pre-Covid April and May 2019” and that April 2022 “was the busiest April for car park sales since 2016”. But with The post Council Defends Car Park Charges: Usage Nearly Back To Pre-Pandemic Levels appeared first on Guildford Dragon. The post Council Defends Car Park Charges: […]

  • Photo Feature: River Mayhem Returns With The Annual Raft Race
    by Hugh Coakley on 2nd July 2022 at 10:33 pm

    By Hugh Coakley There was mayhem on the River Wey again this year for the annual raft race, back again after a break since 2019 due to Covid. Guildford Lions Club joined forces with Zero Carbon Guildford and Surrey Care Trust to stage the popular event and set a theme of the jubilee and the The post Photo Feature: River Mayhem Returns With The Annual Raft Race appeared first on Guildford Dragon. The post Photo Feature: River Mayhem Returns With The Annual Raft Race appeared first on Guildford […]

  • A Glimpse Of Women Munitions Workers During The First World War
    by David Rose on 2nd July 2022 at 9:55 am

    By David Rose With a number of light engineering factories in Guildford during the First World War, it’s not surprising that women were employed too, as the firms produced munitions for the war effort. At its factory at Broadstreet, Rydes Hill, lathes and other machine tools were made by Drummond Bros. From the outset of The post A Glimpse Of Women Munitions Workers During The First World War appeared first on Guildford Dragon. The post A Glimpse Of Women Munitions Workers During The First […]

  • Ambulance Trust Removes Remote Access to Key Meeting
    by Martin Giles on 1st July 2022 at 6:18 pm

    By Emily Coady-Stemp local democracy reporter An “inadequate” ambulance trust removed the option of attending a key meeting remotely where it discussed inspectors finding a culture of “bullying and harassment”. The South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust had dedicated two hours of a board meeting on Thursday (June 30) to responding to findings The post Ambulance Trust Removes Remote Access to Key Meeting appeared first on Guildford Dragon. The post Ambulance Trust […]

  • Letter: The ‘Get Things Done’ Policy Has Environmental Consequences
    by Martin Giles on 1st July 2022 at 11:22 am

    From: Tony Edwards In response to: Project Team ‘Disappointed’ With SoS Decision to Slash M25 J10 Environmental Mitigation Following his ‘Get BREXIT Done’ campaign, Boris & Co seem to have adopted a general policy of ‘Get Things Done – Regardless of the Costs & Consequences’. And the Junction 10 fiasco is no exception. As a The post Letter: The ‘Get Things Done’ Policy Has Environmental Consequences appeared first on Guildford Dragon. The post Letter: The ‘Get […]