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Guildford

(ˈɡɪlfəd)
n
(Placename) a city in S England, in Surrey: cathedral (1936–68); seat of the University of Surrey (1966). Pop: 69 400 (2001)
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Lance Corporal Katrina Hodge, 22, pictured, wore a sparkly red dress as she was presented with her crown at Manor House Hotel in Guildford, Surrey.
The comedian is alleged to have grabbed the phone during a performance at the Stoke Pub in Guildford, Surrey and thrown it to the floor.
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James Mitchell, of Guildford, Surrey, suffered head injuries in the accident on the clockwise carriageway near West Thurrock, Essex, on Saturday and died in hospital, police said.