The silly season has arrived in Dunsfold!

Daft or what?

Apples falling into a neighbours garden from next-doors apple tree have sparked a major row in Dunsfold that has, so far cost, a staggering £200,000 in legal fees allegedly, according to the Daily Mail page 25 yesterday 4th August.

Silly season it most definitely is!

We have heard of a whole gamut of neighbour disputes raging all over Waverley. Neighbours fighting over bonfires and barbecues, hedges and ditches, and who has parking rights,  but this one beats even the best.

And there we were here at the Waverley Web HQ thinking that Dunsfold was such a peaceful place! Apart, that is, from the odd complaint about, aircraft noise, Top Gear, and development plans. Oh, and we mustn’t marauding forget film crews and the odd dinosaur and explosion that take place from time to time! 

Isaac Newton would have had a field day in Dunsfold. Legend has it that a young Isaac Newton was sitting under an apple tree when he was bonked on the head by a falling piece of fruit, … and discovered the laws of gravity.

Oh! and it just became even dafter. Angela Richardson, The MP for Guildford and the eastern villages just Tweeted some really important information to her constituents. No doubt all those constituents forced to contact former MP Anne Milton because they get no response from Angie, will be glad to hear why?

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