the trial broadcasts will be received by homes in south west London. The BBC have chosen the Guildford transmitters from where to start testing their introduction of High Definition (HD) broadcasts into the UK through the Freeview service. Close to Henley Fort is a high-tech landmark that can be seen clearly for many miles around. The fort located at the end of The Mount, overlooks 22 acres of open space for camping, has two bunk houses sleeping 20 people, a dining hall for 80, a Home Guard hut, air raid shelter and powder rooms.
It transpired that the problem had been due to wholesale theft from the council's accounts by the parish council clerk over a three-year period in the early Noughties. Traffic permitting of course, but perhaps that will not be such a problem with petrol at six pounds a gallon." The Villagers Pub in Blackheath near Guildford are witness to an unusual nesting place for a pair of blue tits. Our pothole helps preserve the environment as it makes a favoured bird bath for the local blackbird community. The Henley Fort Young People's Enactment Society, which is aided by the Heritage Lottery Fund, provides renactments of the activities of the West Surrey Regiment Volunteers dating to 1900. The fort uses genuine wartime equipment including an air raid siren, helmets and decomissioned rifles. Alongside is the underground Hog's Back Reservoir maintained by Thames Water.