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Guildford Borough councillors' surgery

If you would like discuss local matters with your local GBC councillors, Catherine Houston and Dominique Williams, they will be holding a surgery at The Snooty Fox, by Shalford Green, on Saturday 25th November from 9.30am-10.30am. All are welcome.



Artington parish Act of Remembrance

On Saturday 11th November, the annual Act of Remembrance took place at the war memorial outside St Francis Church, Littleton.

Over a dozen people gather to mark the event, which conducted by Fr Neil Roberts, rector of St Nicolas, Guildford, whose ecclesiastical parish includes Artington, Littleton and Loseley.

Men of Artington

The lives of those recorded on the memorial have been researched by Vicky Good and a pdf of her booklet can be found below. There are three printed copies of the booklet still available. If you would like a free copy contact the parish clerk, Phil Gorton, who will send one to you.

[email protected]


Braboeuf Manor development

Representatives of Elysian Residences, the company that is to develop the University of Law site at Braboeuf Manor, will be at the next Artington parish meeting on Monday 13th November to answer any questions that councillors and residents may have.

Artington residents are always welcome to attend parish council meetings.

The agenda of the meeting will be posted on the notice boards and this website a few days before the meeting.


Parish council vacancy.

There is currently a vacancy on the parish council.

If you would be interested in filling that vacancy and playing a part in parish life, please contact the clerk for more information:

[email protected]

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