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Guildford bus station gets makeover

Guildford bus station
More than 75,000 is being spent on revamping Guildford bus station

More than £75,000 is being spent on a Guildford bus station to ensure it is welcoming to visitors.

Guildford Borough Council has supplied £25,000 while Surrey County Council has put up a further £50,000 for the work to be carried out.

Improvements to the station, next to the Friary Shopping Centre, include a deep clean, fault repairs and painting.

Guildford council's Jenny Wicks, said it was important the station was inviting for visitors and businesses.

The work is being carried out overnight to ensure passengers and services are not affected.

This first phase of work, which includes redecoration started on 28 February and will take eight weeks to complete.

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