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  • Godalming Traders Get Hints On How To Cash In On Olympic Torch Visit

    By PatHill at 17:36 on 24/05/12
    Making the most for Godalming business with Olympic Torch visit.
    Traders around the Godalming area are set to be given helpful hints on how to boost their trade when the Olympic Torch comes to town. Tips on how traders can make the most of the opportunity and help them to discover what will happen and how they may be affected when the Olympic Torch comes through Godalming at a major gathering to be held in the town on May 31st. The Olympic Torch will pass through Godalming on July 20. This free...
  • New Mayor For Godalming

    By PatHill at 13:21 on 16/05/12
    New Mayor of Godalming...Cllr Liz Wheatley
    Councillor Julia  (Liz) Wheatley has been elected as Godalming Town Mayor for the coming year it was revealed today.  Nominating Liz Wheatley, who has been a Councillor since 2007, Councillor AndrewWilson spoke explained:  "A mayor needs many qualities, the ability to empathise with people, strength of character and the willingness to take the initiative, enormous stamina to carry out all mayoral...
  • Godalming Councillor Is New Mayor Of Waverley

    By PatHill at 13:48 on 10/05/12
    Godalming Charterhouse councillor Tony Gordon-Smith is the new Mayor of Waverley
    Veteran Godalming councillor Cllr Tony Gordon-Smith has been elected as the new Mayor of Waverley. Cllr. Gordon-Smith has been a town councillor since 2003, and was first elected as a borough councillor for the Godalming Charterhouse ward in 2007. He has served as the Deputy Mayor since May 2011. Speaking after being elected Cllr Gordon-Smith said: "I am both honoured and privileged to have been elected as the Mayor of...
  • Boost For Food Hygiene Scheme In Godalming

    By kevineone at 12:52 on 21/04/12
    Pictured with the Mayor of Waverley, Cllr Richard Gates, is Ian Linsley from Waitrose in Haslemere and Sarah Collins from Waitrose in Godalming.
    People in the Godalming area can now buy food from supermarkets, newsagents, convenience stores and other retail outlets with increased confidence following the extension of the council's food hygiene rating scheme. Last year Waverley Borough Council, in partnership with the Food Standards Agency, launched the Food Hygiene Rating Scheme to cover food businesses such as restaurants, takeaways, pubs and café. Now, the scheme...

    By PatHill at 13:14 on 07/03/12
    Opinions are being sought about for house building plans in Milford
    A consultation on plans to build up to 200 affordable homes in Upper Tuesley, at Milford near Godalming is underway. The initiative organised by Waverley Borough Council is taking place to gather views on plans for the future of land and buildings in Upper Tuesley. The site is owned by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and takes in land and buildings around Milford Specialist Rehabilitation Hospital but does not include the...

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