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Last call to register to vote

Last call to register to vote

Last call for anyone who has not yet done so to go online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote and register to vote in time for the district elections on 2 May. To be able to vote your name must be included in the Register of Electors and the deadline to register to vote is Friday 12 April. It only takes a few minutes to register online at [...]

Bletchingley Village Primary are recruiting governors

Bletchingley Village Primary School are looking for people to join their Local Governing Committee. This is an opportunity to develop skills, help shape the school for the future, and make a valuable contribution to the community. As a governor you will be expected to attend 6 formal Local Governing Committee meetings each academic year as well as [...]

New wheelie bins for rubbish on their way

New wheelie bins for rubbish on their way

Later this year the Council will be delivering a new, free, 180 litre wheelie bin to all households for their rubbish. This bin should be big enough for most households, as it holds around three full bags of rubbish. Smaller or larger bins or council bin bags for residents with access issues can be ordered by completing a form at [...]

Need help funding a new boiler?

Action Surrey can provide homeowners living in hard-to-heat properties with grants of up to £2,500 towards the cost of replacing a broken or condemned mains gas boiler. Funding is limited, so if you have a broken boiler contact Action Surrey as soon as possible to check your eligibility for support. The grant is aimed at helping vulnerable [...]

Become a Bletchingley Parish Councillor

 Do you want to make a difference in Bletchingley? By becoming a Parish Councillor you can:  Take an interest in issues that affect your area Represent the views of members of your local village or community Have an impact on decisions that affect the lives of those around you, for example you can comment on local planning [...]

Tandridge Together Lottery 1st birthday special

Tandridge Together Lottery 1st birthday special

Anyone taking part in the Tandridge Together Lottery between now and the first birthday special prize draw on Saturday 6 April will not only be in with a chance of winning £25,000, but could also win an adult and child annual pass to Godstone Farm. The special additional prize was generously donated by Godstone Farm. The winning ticket holder [...]

Share your views on the Surrey Waste Local Plan

Share your views on the Surrey Waste Local Plan

Residents have a final chance to share their views on a new plan which considers how and where the waste created in Surrey can be managed sustainably. The Surrey Waste Local Plan makes sure enough land is available for facilities to be built on to manage the county’s waste. The current plan has been in place since 2008 and has now been updated. [...]

Could you be a Foster family?

Could you be a Foster family?

With over 1000 children in care in Surrey, Surrey County Council is always looking for more people to open up their homes and lives to some of the most vulnerable children in the county. People from all backgrounds are welcomed, including those willing to take in older children and teenagers, helping them move into adulthood and achieve their [...]

Tandridge Council to increase district council tax by average of £6.27

Tandridge Council to increase district council tax by average of £6.27

Last night’s Council meeting agreed an increase of £6.27 (£2.99%) for a Band D property in Tandridge District Council’s share of the council tax for 2019/2020. This means the Council’s share of Band D council tax will increase to £215.98, which is just over £4.15 a week to help pay for a wide range of services including recycling and [...]

Panel approves PCC’s proposed Council Tax Rise for increased policing in Surrey

The Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro’s proposed rise in council tax for policing in return for 100 extra officers in Surrey has been approved by the county’s Police and Crime Panel. The decision will mean the policing element of a Band D Council Tax bill will increase by £2 a month – the equivalent of around 10% across all bands. [...]

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