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Wednesday April 8th 2020

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New Permissive Pathway from Town Mead to Grange Meadow

New Permissive Pathway from Town Mead to Grange Meadow

Bletchingley Parish Council is pleased to announce the opening of a new Permissive Pathway from Town Mead to Grange Meadow which provides an entirely safe route from Outwood Lane to the Grange Meadow facilities and to the Village School. Our thanks to Bletchingley & Hathersham for allowing BPC to create this new path. Please remember that it [...]

MOT update – Covid-19

 Vehicle owners will be granted a 6 month exemption from MOT testing, allowing them to continue to travel to work where this absolutely cannot be done from home, or to shop for necessities.     All cars, vans and motorcycles which would usually require an MOT test will be exempted from needing a test from 30 March 2020.     Vehicles must be [...]

COVID-19 SCAMS

COVID-19 SCAMS

Have you received a text claiming to be from the Government that you have been fined for leaving your home? The latest in a series of scams relating to the coronavirus claims to be from the Government, telling the recipient their movements have been monitored through their phone and they must pay a fine or face a more serious penalty. The [...]

Blechingley in Bloom

Blechingley in Bloom

Sadly, due to the seriousness and restrictions of Covid-19 Bletchingley in Bloom monthly Work Parties have been suspended for the foreseeable future. We hope you are enjoying the daffodils in the Village verges.  This is the Team’s efforts and over the years more than 7000 bulbs have been planted When work parties resume would you [...]

Annual Plant Sale – cancelled

Blechingley Horticultural Society Sadly, due to Covid-19 and the serious impact and constraints it is having on our lives the Annual Plant Sale due to be held at The Manse, Stychens Lane on 2nd May has been cancelled. In due course, whenever that will be, the Society hope to arrange another Plant Sale which we hope you can support. Pamela [...]

Grange Meadow & Stychens Lane playgrounds closed until further notice.

Please note that due to COVID-19 the Playgrounds in Grange Meadow and Stychens Lane are closed until further notice. This is to minimize the risk to the public. GrangeMeadow itself remains open but everyone should follow the guidance on social distancing.

Financial Help for those struggling due to COVID-19

Financial Help for those struggling due to COVID-19

If you are struggling to pay your rent or council tax we can provide some financial support which may help you if your income is reduced by illness, the need to self-isolate, job loss or a reduction in work hours. Follow these guidelines, if you receive: Housing benefit - please e-mail benefits@tandridge.gov.ukwith a recent proof of [...]

Volunteers needed for supporting those that have to go into self-isolation in the village due to COVID-19

Volunteers needed for supporting those that have to go into self-isolation in the village due to COVID-19

19th March 2020 Dear Bletchingley Parishioners, As of the 16th of March, the government announced a series of measures designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19. They have recommended that those with the most serious health conditions go into self-isolation from social contact for around 12 weeks. The Parish Council is collating a list of [...]

Help for those that need to go into self-isolation due to COVID-19

Help for those that need to go into self-isolation due to COVID-19

19th March 2020 Dear Bletchingley Parishioners, This is a formal letter from your Parish Council concerning COVID-19. As of the 16th of March, the government announced a series of measures designed to reduce the spread of Covid 19. This can be found on the attached link.  They have recommended that those with the most serious health [...]

Bletchingley Parish Council in conjunction with Local Land Owner and Silbelco make improvements at the Sandy Lane/Little Common Lane Junction

Bletchingley Parish Council in conjunction with Local Land Owner and Silbelco make improvements at the Sandy Lane/Little Common Lane Junction

If you’re a driver you may already be aware of dramatically improved sight lines as you emerge from Sandy Lane.     You will also certainly be aware of the large number of accidents that have occurred at this junction particularly over the last few years.   Bletchingley Parish Council (BPC) was so concerned that a fatal accident was highly [...]

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