The Guildford Story Walk from Guildford Town Guides

► The Guildford Story covers a selection of the most important locations as chosen by your guide. As well as the High Street, Tunsgate, Castle grounds and Quarry Street areas, the walk may sometimes go down to the Town Bridge and the River Wey. Meeting place: ► Tunsgate Arch, High Street (opposite the Guildhall). Frequency: ► Twice a week from

Hidden Guildford Walk from Guildford Town Guides

Description: Theme walk - general interest ► A short walk on relatively level ground from High Street to Upper High Street and then spending some time in Chertsey Street and the adjoining small streets before returning towards High Street. Meeting place: ► Tunsgate Arch, High Street (opposite the Guildhall). Frequency: ► Six times per year. Dates are

John Russell, A Georgian Portrait Painter at Work Exhibition at Guildford Museum

Guildford Museum Castle Arch, Guildford

We are welcoming residents back to our museum with a fantastic exhibition dedicated to the stunning work of John Russell (1745-1806). The 'John Russell, A Georgian Portrait Painter at Work' exhibition opens on Wednesday 26 May at 12pm and runs throughout the summer until 9 October 2021. The show introduces John Russell and his working

Lewis Carroll Walk Guildford Town Guides

For nearly 30 years, this famous author spent part of each year at his unmarried sisters' home, The Chestnuts, where he died in 1898. On this walk you will see the buildings associated with him and hear how he spent his days writing, visiting and taking photographs. Description: Theme walk - creative arts ► A short

Medieval Guildford Walk from Guildford Town Guides

A look at Guildford in this period in more depth than is possible on the Guildford Story walk. There is much to discover about the town and the castle, where wicked King John stayed nineteen times. We hear about a warrior king who was actually in love with his wife and the forgotten invasion of

Seaside Fun at The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre!

The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Millbrook, Guildford

Come and celebrate all things seaside as we prepare to welcome Tall Stories' production of The Snail and the Whale to the theatre on the 3rd and 4th August. Activities are FREE and there is no need to book- just turn up and join in! They include: Seaside Street Art- buckets of chalk and space

Leading Lights Walk from Guildford Town Guides

An intriguing new walk discovering some of the Actors, Authors and Artists intimately associated with Guildford. Be prepared for tales of scandal, fame, intrigue and several surprises. Description: Encounter walk ► The walk takes in Market Street, where the Georgian theatre once stood, North Street and returns to High Street passing St Mary's Church in Quarry

Victorian Guildford Walk from Guildford Town Guides

During Victoria's reign, from 1837 to 1901, there were huge changes within the town - especially after the arrival of the railway. Description: Theme walk - history ► This will be a leisurely walk, visiting the Castle grounds, where you will see the Pleasure Gardens designed by the Borough Surveyor and Architect of the time, Henry

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