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Friday December 4th 2020

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Bletchingley Parish Council May to November 2020 report

Bletchingley Parish Council May to November 2020 report

COVID 19 As many of you will be aware, the Chairman and Vice Chairman during the initial nationwide lockdown operated a system of registration of those households that needed to shield or go into temporary quarantine – connecting their needs (shopping, prescription pick-ups, transport) to a team of village volunteers. Whilst the initial flurry [...]

The ‘Oxted Rotary’ Christmas – PLEASE Give a little . . . . PLEASE Take a little . . .

  This Christmas promises to be the most unusual ever and we are having to adapt to the way we run our Christmas appeal for funds to help those in need, so Oxted Rotary Club will be running an online appeal that allows the community to give a little and take a little. To help fund this initiative, we would normally provide a large [...]

Help raise funds for the Orpheus centre by buying a Xmas Tree

Orpheus xmas tree flyer

Free online classes to keep fit and active

A diverse programme of free online dance and yoga classes is now available for residents of all ages. The classes are innovative and fun and offer people a wide range of activities to keep fit, social and active during the current pandemic. Classes are suitable for all, including children, teens, adults and elderly residents and people with [...]

Neighbourhood Watch – November

Neighbourhood Watch – November

  A new hotline has been opened by Crimestoppers because of the number of fraud attempts as a result of Covid 19 - fake medics, equipment and vaccine offers etc.  The number to ring if you need to report a suspected fraud is 0800 587 5030 and the line is open 24/7 365 days a year. The murderer of Mr Dennis Kelland who lived on the border [...]

Bletchingley at Medium COVID Alert Level

Under the new three tier system of local COVID Alert Levels introduced by the government, the Tandridge District and most of Surrey are currently at medium alert level. This is the lowest level with two other levels of high and very high. For the medium level the current restrictions are: People must not meet in groups larger than six, [...]

Grants up to £10k to improve energy efficiency in your home

Grants up to £10k to improve energy efficiency in your home

The government has made £6.2 million available to help 600 Surrey households save money on energy bills. The funding for Green Jump Surrey will provide eligible households up to £10,000 to improve the energy efficiency of their homes. In addition to the government’s grant, Surrey County Council is contributing £750,000 to the Green Jump [...]

Test and Trace Support Payment

  The Test and Trace Support payment of £500 ensures those on low incomes can self isolate without having to worry about their finances. The Test and Trace support payment form to apply for this support is now available on our website. To be eligible, you must: Have been asked to self-isolate by NHS Test and Trace, either [...]

Open Spaces across Tandridge – Have your say

Open Spaces across Tandridge – Have your say

We know how important our parks and open spaces are, especially as a way to keep fit and healthy during the pandemic. We’d like your thoughts about how you would like us to get the best use out of our many parks and open spaces, as part of our work on our draft Open Space Strategy. You have until 5pm on Monday 9 November 2020 to give your [...]

Keeping Trim

Garden hedges, shrubs, tree branches and even plants sometimes grow beyond garden boundaries and cause a real danger to motorists and pedestrians. They can block visibility at junctions, obscure street lights, injure pedestrians and force them into the road. Overhanging vegetation may also prevent the recycling, waste or garden waste crews from [...]

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