News in Godalming

Nicky Bateman is delighted to announce the launch of a very special Soothing Baby Clinic – a new integrated, rapid screening clinic for young babies (0-12 weeks) at Luck's Yard Clinic in Milford.

The clinic service is targeted at supporting parents and young babies suffering with persistent crying. The clinic session includes NHS health screening tests and a chiropractic examination of the baby.

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Roadworks roundup

By The Editor

19th Apr 2021 | Local News

Temporary traffic lights at Hurtmore Road could lead to delays until the end of tomorrow. BT engineers are working at the site.

There are also warnings of delays at Ockford Ridge until the end of tomorrow as Surrey County Council contractors carry out work: traffic will be controlled by stop/go boards.

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Godalming Town Council is urging people to get involved in a campaign being run by the Ramblers which seeks to identify and preserve rights of way that could otherwise disappear from maps altogether.

The Ramblers charity launched the Don't Lose Your Way campaign last November following the discovery that more than 49,000 miles of historic paths are missing from official maps in England and Wales.

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As the nation prepared to bid farewell to the late Duke of Edinburgh at his funeral last Saturday, Godalming Nub News looked back at two of his visits to our part of the world, memories of which came flooding back on the announcement of his death on April 9th.

In 1978 the Duke thrilled children at Rodborough School by landing a helicopter on the school field during a visit to meet pupils taking part in his Duke of Edinburgh's award scheme.

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The trailer is Josh's 'sleeping pod and personal billboard.'

As if cycling from Godalming to Land's End wasn't enough, Milford man Josh Garman is now heading off on a new fundraising adventure - cycling around the entire coast of Britain.

Josh hit the headlines last September when he undertook the marathon cycle ride to the end of the country to raise money for Hope for Hasti, a charity set up by the parents of nine-year-old Hasti Brannigan, who has a rare genetic disorder.

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