Steady voting was reported across the borough by party supporters stationed outside polling stations visited by The Guildford Dragon NEWS this morning
The sun was shining and there was little to put voters off, especially as nationally the result is as uncertain as anyone can remember, while the arrival of the Guildford Greenbelt Group gives extra spice to the borough council election.
In Send Cllr Keith Taylor (Con, Send) thought they were on track for a 70% turnout.
At the URCH on the Portsmouth Road in Friary and St Nicolas around 250 voters were thought to have cast their vote by midday and voters were continuing to arrive in a steady trickle.
The Sydenham Road Polling Station seemed relatively quiet as did, probably, the borough’s smallest polling station in Littleton which caters for just a few hundred voters.