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Bringing history to life: Guildford Museum out and about this summer

Connecting the past with the present and bringing history to life, Guildford Museum is out and about this summer, with lots of exciting free events around the borough. Lead Councillor for Leisure, Heritage and Tourism, Cllr James Steel, says: “We’re taking our museum out and about over the next few months linking the past with

2020-06-12T13:49:42+00:00June 10th, 2019|Events|0 Comments

Jacks marks 25 years in business with year-long support for Prostate Cancer UK

Jacks of London is celebrating 25 years in business by giving the 5-star treatment to staff from Prostate Cancer UK during Men’s Health Week, [10-16 June] and after, until the end of the month. The move marks the beginning of a year-long partnership between Jacks of London and Prostate Cancer UK to raise awareness and

2020-06-12T13:48:42+00:00June 10th, 2019|Charity, Retail & Shops|0 Comments

Guildford Philanthropy celebrates five years and £500,000 of fundraising

Guildford Philanthropy celebrated its fifth year recently with an event at Guildford Castle. Set up by Guildford Borough Council, Guildford Philanthropy encourages local giving to tackle local need, and supports projects that deliver training opportunities, work experience, jobs and other benefits to local people who need help. The aim is to build confidence and self-esteem

2020-06-12T13:53:26+00:00June 7th, 2019|Charity|0 Comments

Guildford crowns the town’s Best Bar None winners

Guildford's pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants celebrated at the Electric Theatre on Wednesday 5 June as the town's Best Bar None award winners were announced following the sixth year of judging. Delivered by Experience Guildford, the town centre’s Business Improvement District, in partnership with Guildford Borough Council, Surrey Fire & Rescue and Guildford Pubwatch, the

2020-06-12T13:51:38+00:00June 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

LOCAL DRAMA SCHOOL, PPA BRING HIT BROADWAY LOVE STORY TO THE YVONNE ARNAUD

The Pajama Game Tuesday 11 -Saturday 15 June 2019 After last summer’s rip-roaring hit The Producers, PPA return to the Yvonne Arnaud stage with the classic Broadway musical The Pajama Game, from Tuesday 11 to Saturday 15 June,  A union strike at Sleep-Tite Pajama Factory generates plenty of steam and heat in this toe-tapping comedic

2020-06-12T13:50:42+00:00June 7th, 2019|Events, Theatre|0 Comments

Indie Spot of the Month – Carbon Blush!

Carbon Blush is a 5* aesthetics, beauty, health and well-being clinic that opened in November 2017 on the Upper High Street.  Having been established for 6 years, Carbon Blush has had clinics in Ottershaw, Cobham and Harley Street.  Carbon Blush has an award winning team of experts, specialising in advanced aesthetic skin treatments, laser hair

2020-06-12T13:56:43+00:00June 6th, 2019|Experience Guildford, Retail & Shops|0 Comments

Food poverty a growing issue across the borough

The real impact of food poverty and insecurity across the borough has been revealed following a wide-ranging analysis by the Council's Overview and Scrutiny Committee. Working with local experts, the study found that food poverty exists in both urban and rural settings and is influenced by a number of factors including changes to the benefits

2020-06-12T13:55:08+00:00June 6th, 2019|Guildford Council|0 Comments

Voting for the Experience Guildford Customer Service Awards launches Friday 7th June!

Experience Guildford, the town centre’s Business Improvement District, is calling for individuals to vote for the businesses they think offer outstanding customer service in the annual Customer Service Awards.   Covering the full mix of retail and leisure businesses operating in the town, from beauty salons to burger joints, venues to clothing stores, the awards,

2020-06-12T14:01:31+00:00June 4th, 2019|Events, Retail & Shops|0 Comments

Brownfield land unlocked for sustainable affordable housing

Plans to regenerate 41 hectares of brownfield land at Slyfield for new homes – 40% of which will be affordable housing - have reached a significant milestone. Guildford Borough Council and Thames Water have signed an agreement to relocate the current waste water treatment works in order to develop a sustainable and innovative riverside urban

2020-06-12T14:00:34+00:00June 4th, 2019|Events|0 Comments
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