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Free sports training for the under 16’s.

Free sports training for the under 16’s.

Are you aged 7-16, living or at school in Tandridge and interested in free sports training or trying a new sport? Specsavers Surrey Youth Games Tandridge Training programme could be for you. Offering free coaching and the chance to compete in Specsavers Surrey Youth Games - the largest youth sporting event in the county – you could end up [...]

Spring Clean your wardrobe

Spring Clean your wardrobe

If you’re clearing out your wardrobe, there’s no need to bin your old clothes when it’s easy to bag them up for our weekly collection of clothes and home textiles. All you need to do is put your clean and dry textiles into a plastic carrier bag, tie it up and leave it next to your outside green food waste caddy on your usual collection day [...]

Easter Recycling and waste collections

Easter Recycling and waste collections

Once you’ve eaten all your Easter eggs don’t forgot to recycle the packaging in your blue lidded wheeled bin or clear recycling sacks. The Easter egg boxes, plastic tray packaging, foil wrap and cards can all be recycled into new products. All leftover food can go in your green food caddy or communal green wheelie bin (at some flats). It will [...]

Help needed for Neighbourhood Watch.

Help needed for Neighbourhood Watch.

We have a strong Neighbourhood Watch team in Bletchingley but recently some of the 40 or so street coordinators have moved away or become ill and there are 10 groups of houses no longer covered: Church Lane - 19 houses Nos. 31-41 Coneybury - 11 houses 3 sections of the High Street - 75 houses in total Hart Close - 16 houses [...]

Bletchingley Parish Council Report March 2017

Please see attached the latest Bletchingley Parish Council report - BPC Report - March 2017

The Better Broadband Subsidy Scheme

ABOUT THE SCHEME The UK government is committed to providing every home and business across the country with access to a basic broadband service. If you can’t get a broadband speed of at least 2Mb per second, you could qualify for a subsidised connection worth up to £350 to boost your internet speed. The scheme is delivered in [...]

Register to Vote

Register to Vote

The Surrey county council elections take place on Thursday 4 May. The elections are your opportunity to have your say about which local councillor you want to represent you. Surrey County Councillors provide a link between residents in Surrey and the council.  Their work includes responding to residents’ questions or investigating concerns [...]

Planning Policy Committee to debate Local Plan Strategy

Planning Policy Committee to debate Local Plan Strategy

Following the recent announcement by Leader of the Council, Councillor Martin Fisher, outlining his vision for a strategic approach to development, the Planning Policy Committee on 16 March will debate the strategy that underpins that vision and sets out the Council’s strategic approach to development for the district up to 2033. In his [...]

Low-flying aircraft – Petition

In the of 2014 Gatwick initiated a new form of technology called P-RNAV (a sort of sat-nav) for planes. With this technology they were supposed to replicate the previous (or 'conventional') route centreline for all departures. However for route 3 (SAM/KENET) an alternative centreline, approximately 600m north of the centreline of the NPR (where [...]

Bletchingley Parish Council’s response to the Night Flight Restrictions Consultation 2017

BPC provided the following response to the government's Night Flight Restrictions Consultation 2017: "Bletchingley Civil Parish lies 6 miles to the North East of Gatwick Airport.  The population of the Civil Parish was 2,973 in 2011.  Whilst the village is bisected by the A25 the village is a settlement within the green belt for planning [...]

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