Keep up-to-date with all the latest news and press releases.
Councillors Joss Bigmore, Leader of the Council, and Julia McShane, Deputy Leader of the Council said: "Christmas has arrived in Guildford! On Tuesday we lit our beautiful Christmas lights to mark the start of the festive season for our residents, businesses and visitors to enjoy."
Businesses in Guildford that are in the overseas travel supply chain for customers going overseas can apply for a lump sum grant of up to £27,900 to help them recover from the economic challenges of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The Mayor of Guildford Cllr Marsha Moseley and Brig. Roger Hood QVRM TD DL, and other dignitaries joined local veterans, cadet organisations and community groups for the annual Service of Remembrance at the Holy Trinity Church on Sunday.
Businesses in Guildford can apply for up to £10,000 to help them recover from the economic challenges of Covid-19.
A small, private ceremony was held in the Guildford Castle's grounds to commemorate Lieutenant Nicholas London, and remember all those named on the memorial, on Saturday 6 November.
Visit the remembrance exhibit from the Surrey Infantry Collection at Guildford House Gallery open Saturday 6 November to Saturday 4 December.
Eight of our parks and countryside sites have received a Green Flag Award. This is the 19th year our Sutherland Memorial Park has been awarded the accreditation
Guildford has the will and expertise to lead the UK fight against climate change, says sustainability expert
The University of Surrey has announced its commitment to become Net-Zero by 2030 and has urged Guildford to help the UK lead its fight against climate change.
Looking for some fresh air and fun for the children over half term? Join our Community Wellbeing Team for a day of outdoor activities at Lakeside Nature Reserve, Ash Vale on Thursday 28 October from 10am-2pm.
Our Planning Committee approved ambitious outline proposals for a new development of 1,550 homes on a brownfield site by the River Wey, close to the town centre.
Explore a record of Guildford's experience of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic in patchwork, starting Saturday 23 October at Guildford Museum.
In July, Waverley and Guildford Councils agreed to begin more formalised partnership working, by combining some of their administrative functions. The first phase of the process, - the recruitment of a Joint Chief Executive to lead the officer team at both councils - is now close to completion.
Last chance to see 'John Russell, A Georgian Portrait Painter at Work' exhibition at Guildford Museum
Visit our free exhibition dedicated to the stunning work of local resident and Royal Academician John Russell before it ends on 9 October.
The poignant messages of remembrance and thanks posted over the summer in our Garden of Hope at St Mary's Church on Quarry Street have been donated to Guildford Museum.
The boots worn by famous garden designer Gertrude Jekyll join the wider collection of traditional household items on display at Guildford Museum.
Bike Project Surrey are looking for a new home to continue to supply affordable bikes and employment opportunities to residents in our borough and beyond.
The new wider, safer Walnut Bridge was lifted into place across the River Wey yesterday (Tuesday) as work continues to improve access from Walnut Tree Close and the railway station to our town centre.
Discover the hidden treasures on your doorstep and celebrate our borough's heritage as England's largest festival of history and culture returns to Guildford.
Guildford's Walkfest in an annual celebration of walking in and around our beautiful borough. There's a walk for everyone; short or long, walking for wellbeing, or walks that include a stop at a pub.
From 2,600 acres of award-winning parks and green spaces to fantastic leisure and entertainment facilities and a fascinating museum bursting with thousands of years of local history, Guildford has something for everyone.
We have spent £6m more than budgeted for 2020-21. This is mostly from increased spending on emergency support services and supporting our leisure centres, as well as a reduction in income for other services we provide.
On Tuesday the Executive agreed to prioritise five transport schemes, from our Local Plan infrastructure schedule, to help us meet current housing targets in the adopted Local Plan.
Discover the hidden treasures on your doorstep and celebrate our borough's heritage as England's largest festival of history and culture returns to Guildford from Thursday 16 - Sunday 19 September.
We are installing colourful floral decorations in the High Street, a parklet in Phoenix Court, seating and new planters at Allen House Grounds, and a butterfly arch at Tunsgate, in partnership with Experience Guildford.
The service of five former Councillors, including two former Mayors of Guildford, has been recognised with their nomination as Honorary Aldermen.