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VISIT THE TOWN & PEOPLE OF GUILDFORD MORE ABOUT GUILDFORD ALONG THE WEY to try and defuse a deadlock between Guildford Borough Council, new housing developers and the Government who are threatening to withdraw funds for affordable housing if their deadline is not met.
The pub reckons that the tits will be back again next year - a case perhaps of severe nicotine dependence?
The Pewley Downs Conservation Volunteers (PDCV) actively assist the council's wardens in the protection and upkeep of the down.
It has also been listed as a potential Site of Special Scientific Interest and in June 2006 process for establishing Pewley Down as a Nature Reserve was also started.
The brewery decided to gift Pewley to the town as a war memorial and today the hillside is a popular destination for local people wanting to enjoy the views over the Weald Basin and Surrey Hills.
MORE HERE At the close of the First World War the now defunct Friary Brewery was a significant landowner in the area, and as well as owning key sites in Guildford where their brewery functions were carried out, the brewery in 1920 bought a substantial part of Pewley Down near the town.
the trial broadcasts will be received by homes in south west London.
The BBC have chosen the Guildford transmitters from where to start testing their introduction of High Definition (HD) broadcasts into the UK through the Freeview service.
The site, identified simply as 'Guildford 10101/140729' by the American-based organisation that currently maintains it, is secured by high-security fencing and 'anti-vandal paint'.
In 2005 the centre secured funding from the lottery and Guildford Borough Council to introduce primary school children to wartime experiences from WWII.
Henley Fort today is a Grade II Listed Building alongside the old 'Pilgrim's way' and provides an historical education facility and outdoor learning and development centre.
Traffic permitting of course, but perhaps that will not be such a problem with petrol at six pounds a gallon." The Villagers Pub in Blackheath near Guildford are witness to an unusual nesting place for a pair of blue tits.
Our pothole helps preserve the environment as it makes a favoured bird bath for the local blackbird community.