- Posted August 9, 2013 by
Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom
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Guildford Town of Surrey (UK) Countryside, Villages of Gardens Pictures and Historic Buildings
Last several week, I had an opportunity to visit London and Guildford town, Surrey (in the UK) for survey the data of the celebration of the royal baby arrival and attend the official launch of new Art Gallery in Guildford, Surrey (UK). This Art Gallery group aims to create Art, Design and Creative that give a voice to the UK and those EU citizens living around in the Surrey (UK). They all had interested in Art, Painting and living elsewhere in the World and the debate about the future in Art, Culture and What to gives much cause for concern.
I graduated from the University of Surrey last July (2001) I was living at Surrey town for around almost 2 years in total, but I loved Surrey so much that I’d visit this town almost every years.
Surrey is a largely residential county of the region of southeast England. Now the thing about Guildford is that it is both a really old town and a new one. Guildford is the county town of Surrey.
So like old historical towns there are plenty of traditional English pubs. Most of them hidden away but whenever you turn a corner in the town centre, a pub will be there. These places will be expensive compared to the standard pub but will bring a nice change of scenery on a pub and a great place to get a cocktail.
Guildford’s most obvious landmark is its Tudor Guildhall. It has an overhanging clock whose innards date from 1560. On the other side, Guildford is great for finding quiet places to get away, it was a nice town in Britain; it was easy biking, easy to get out and again good trains.
It is surrounded by countryside and country walks so if you’re a bit of a hiker you can just take off and follows one of the walking routes out of town, following the river is a popular activities.
In the 20th century, the University of Surrey campus there is a dedicated quiet centre with creates reputation for affluence. Guildford is the meeting place of many denominations of religion.
The University of Surrey and its only cathedral (an Anglican cathedral) were added. The University of Surrey is a leading university located within the county town of Guildford, Surrey.
Guildford is the County town of Surrey offering all the richness and amenities of a city, with excellent shopping and entertainment, but set in the heart of rolling countryside with pictures villages of gardens and historic buildings.
Once, with a beautiful venue overlooking the Guildford Cathedral, Tower from Guildford's castle and its colorful charming garden. This tower is of ‘Norman design’ and garden on a rare sunny afternoon. Thus, it was undoubtedly impressive and also left people thinking about several aspects.
This Trail takes around the Historic town of Guildford, along the riverside and finishes in the beautiful Castle Gardens which are an ideal setting for a picnic. Please note that the Castle Gardens are open from dawn till dusk every day except Christmas Day.
The most visited Art Gallery in Surrey, Guildford House Gallery, with over 120,000 visitors per annum was situated in the High Street, in a 17th-century Grade I listed Town House and run by Guildford Borough Council. Its own art collection includes works of Guildford and the surrounding area, and work by Guildford Artists. Smaller private fine art galleries share the High Street with the fine art gallery.
Guildford It is divided into boroughs and districts. Surrey is a generally affluent area, benefiting from its proximity to London and is one of the most expensive places to buy property in the UK outside of London in the town of Surrey, its town centre serves as a business hub, home to the headquarters of big corporations including Nikon, Whirlpool, Canon, Toshiba, Toyota and Philips. It can be found along the historic high street as well as department stores including House of Fraser with a general street market held on Fridays and Saturdays. It also used to vote as the 9th best place to live in Britain and one of the most attractive and safe shopping destination.
Research commissioned by the Financial Times into the impact of welfare cuts on local economies found the borough in an uncertain economic climate, this prosperous Surrey town 27 miles southwest of London shows that the impact of government welfare cuts is not shared equally across the nation.
A frequent rail service from London Waterloo ensure that Guildford remains a vibrant and cosmopolitan town, offering excellent facilities and easy access to both business and leisure visitors. It could be you prefer Surrey mainly because of the higher likelihood you could find and do a work placement there in the long-term. Guildford welcomes whether visitors are coming to Guildford for business, holiday or studying.
Story by Sivarnee H.
Photograph by Sivarne H.
Travel Information Sources:-
Royal Thai Embassy, London
Royal Thai Embassy, 29-30
Queen's Gate, London, SW7 5JB
Tel: 0207 589 2944 Ext. 5500
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