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In 1764 the navigation was extended as far as Godalming and in 1816 to the sea near Arundel via the Wey and Arun Junction Canal and the Arun Navigation.
The Basingstoke Canal also was built to connect with the Wey navigation, putting Guildford in the centre of a network of waterways.
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Due to recent development running north from Guildford, and linking to the Woking area, Guildford now officially forms the southwestern tip of the Greater London Built-up Area, as defined by the Office for National Statistics. Local historians with an interest in toponyms cite the lack of gold in the region's sedimentary rocks and have suggested that the mention of 'gold' may refer to golden flowers found by the ford itself, Its situation overlooks the pass through the hills taken by the Pilgrims' Way, and also once overlooked the ancient ford across the Wey, thus giving a key point of military control of this long distance way across the country..
In 1683 a projecting clock was made for the front of the building: it can be seen throughout the High Street.
The town's Royal Grammar School was built in 1509 and became Royal gaining the patronage of Edward VI in 1552.
The north end was extended in 1589 and the Council Chamber was added in 1683.
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In the years around 1550, a pupil at the school was John Derrick who in later life became a Queen's Coroner for the county of Surrey.
In 1597 (old style, 1598 by modern reckoning), Derrick made a legal deposition that contains the earliest definite reference to cricket being played anywhere in the world.
The brick-built, three-storey entrance tower faces the church; a grand stone archway leads into the courtyard.