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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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The baby suffered "serious injuries" following the accident involving a silver Volkswagen Polo which mounted the pavement outside The Friary Centre in Guildford, Surrey.
TWO Yarm School drummers are following in the footsteps of Ed Sheeran after being accepted into the Academy of Contemporary Music, in Guildford, Surrey.
Prison service worker Kris, of Woking, fell ill as he cycled up a steep hill near Guildford, Surrey, 46 miles into the race which took place in stormy conditions.
Director of SCCS, Professor Steve Schneider, announced the launch at a media briefing at the university campus in Guildford, Surrey on Tuesday where the centre was described as a place for 'world-class research in technical and interdisciplinary areas of cyber and information security.
Gerry, 60, and three others were given life in 1975 for an IRA pub bombing in Guildford, Surrey, which killed five.
The child was left seriously injured after the incident at an address in Guildford, Surrey, and was in a stable condition in hospital, Surrey Police said.
And Sarah Evans, 16, and Katie MacDonald, 15, from Guildford, Surrey, wore theirs outside the X Factor house in North London.
1881: Novelist PG Wodehouse - later Sir - creator of Jeeves and Wooster, was born in Guildford, Surrey.
But the document, which distributed to 44,000 homes, was printed in Guildford, Surrey.
So Kim, of Guildford, Surrey, had to rig up an array of sophisticated gear to get his shot.
Paramedics were unable to resuscitate him after rushing to Burpham Court Farm, in Guildford, Surrey, early yesterday.
Customers at the Tesco Extra stores in Guildford, Surrey and Ilminster will be able to strip products and leave the packaging in cages by the tills.