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William IV closure – Latest News update

William IV closure – Latest News update

The William IV was closed in September by the brewery. The Village needs all the support it can to save this local pub.  This is the last local non-gastro pub left in Bletchingley. As of the end of November, it looks like the William IV has been put up for sale as a pub free hold or lease hold, so if there is anyone out there who is interested [...]

Why not join us? Bletchingley annual Xmas and New Year lunch for over 60’s

Why not join us? Bletchingley annual Xmas and New Year lunch for over 60’s

The Annual Christmas / New Year lunch party for the Village over 60's will be held in the Red Lion, Bletchingley, from 2pm on Wednesday 2nd January 2019. This is an opportunity for our senior citizens to gather for an afternoon over a drink, a nice meal and some entertainment and to meet each other and some of our local volunteers, in a festive [...]

Last call to register to vote

Last call to register to vote

On 1 December the new electoral register will be published. This lists all the people entitled to vote at elections. Every household in the district has been sent a Household Enquiry Form to update online, by text or return by post. Anyone who has not updated their form can still amend or confirm their details. To add someone to the form they [...]

Caring for our Countryside

Caring for our Countryside

Help shape future plans for Surrey County Council’s countryside sites Visit surreycc.gov.uk/caringforourcountryside by 3 December 2018. Call 03456 009 009 or text 07860 053465 for a printed questionnaire.

Bletchingley Parish Council looking for a part time Clerk

Bletchingley Parish Council looking for a part time Clerk

Bletchingley Parish Council seeks a highly motivated, enthusiastic community minded person to take on the role of Clerk to the Council. This is a part-time permanent post and the post holder will work approximately 60 hours a month. This will involve 3 days x 4.5 hours per week (days and times negotiable). The clerk is also expected to [...]

Become a Special Constable

  Do you love your community? Could you make a difference? Do you have 16 hours minimum to spare per month? Joining us as a Special Constable (Volunteer Police Officer) could be the perfect challenge for you. By joining our police family, you will bring skills and experiences from your lives to help us make Surrey the [...]

An opportunity to tell Tandridge District Council what you think of them.

An opportunity to tell Tandridge District Council what you think of them.

Tandridge District Council are looking for residents to take part in focus groups at the Council Offices in Oxted and around the district over the next few months, to find out their experiences of interacting with them and find out how they could improve. If you would like to take part, please complete this short survey.

Any other Sports?

Is there anyone out there who wants to try and get a new sport going in the village? Think Rugby, baseball, rounders, hockey, netball or anything else you can play on a field that we haven't thought of? Grange Meadow already has a resident football team, but that shouldn't prevent another, less league driven team, playing there, or maybe an under [...]

A new Kissing Gate in Bletchingley

A new Kissing Gate in Bletchingley

East Surrey Walkers, the local Ramblers Group, have recently improved another local walking route by funding and installing a kissing gate to replace an awkward stile in Bletchingley. Due to budgetary constraints, Surrey County Council are presently unable to provide gates to replace broken or awkward stiles so East Surrey Walkers have provided [...]

Oct half term kids activities in Tandridge

oct 18 childrens half term activities

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