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Saturday September 26th 2020

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Neighbourhood Watch – September

Neighbourhood Watch – September

In the two months since I wrote the police have cracked down on drink/drug drivers in Surrey and 40 arrests were made. Incidents locally have included vehicles stolen, vandalised, set on fire and their index plates stolen; the extra problem with the latter is that they are often used for crimes such as burglary, driving off from petrol stations [...]

MacMillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

MacMillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

Unfortunately we will not be able to hold our Coffee Morning at the Golf Club this year but the need for MacMillan Cancer support is as great as ever.  An estimated quarter of a million people with cancer in the UK fall into the clinically vulnerable category for Coronavirus.  MacMillan have introduced new support services, delivered over the [...]

Dental practice now available in Bletchingley

Dental practice now available in Bletchingley

Please see below details of a new dental practice opened in Bletchingley (next to the Post Office). New Patients welcome. To book Your Appointment telephone 01883 577 777 or email teamaestheticadental@gmail.com        

Help prevent flytipping in Tandridge

Help prevent flytipping in Tandridge

Residents are urged to be vigilant when employing traders to dispose of their waste or risk a fixed penalty fine of £400. To avoid prosecution, anyone getting someone else to take their waste away should follow these steps: Only use a licensed waste carrier - check online if the trader is registered with the Environment Agency. Get a [...]

M23 road works for week beginning 3rd August

Please see the weekly bulletin for the week beginning the 3rd August. Please see attached diversion map accordingly.  

Are you or someone you know receiving unwanted, inappropriate or scam telephone calls?

Are you or someone you know receiving unwanted, inappropriate or scam telephone calls?

Buckinghamshire & Surrey Trading Standards may be able to help you since trueCall blocking devices are being offered to residents who are being pestered by unwanted phone calls.  The call blocking device acts as a filter allowing those who you trust to reach you directly with other callers being announced to you giving you the opportunity to [...]

New measures in place to safely visit Council Offices in Oxted

New measures in place to safely visit Council Offices in Oxted

  We’ve introduced some new safety measures to keep residents and staff as safe as possible when visiting our Council Offices in Oxted. In line with government guidelines on social distancing, we need to limit the number of visitors to our offices at any one time, so we’re asking residents who need face to face support to book an [...]

Don’t lose your voice – make sure you’re registered to vote

Don’t lose your voice – make sure you’re registered to vote

Residents should ensure they are registered to vote by completing the annual canvass form as soon as possible. This year, as part of the government’s canvass reform programme to make the process more efficient, the majority of residents will be notified by e-mail or text message. Letters, asking residents to review and update their details, [...]

Local Free Walks to download and print

Hundreds of FREE local walks to download and print plus details of all the walking clubs in the country and loads more information. www.walkinginengland.co.uk/surrey    

e-learning training package – Stay safe online

An increasing number of people may be working from home in the future and an understanding of cyber security will become even more important. The National Cyber Security Centre web site has a wealth of information about how families, employees and employers can protect themselves. The Centre has produced a new e-learning training package: For [...]

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