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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. [...]

Roadworks on M23 – 4th to 13th February

4, 5 & 8 February 10pm - 4am Lane closures leading to a full closure of J9 exit slip Northbound.  A full signed diversion route via J10 A2011, London Road, Airport Way and a 2nd diversion route via the M25 J6 and back to J9 on M23. 12 & 13 February 10pm – 4am Lane closures leading to a full closure from J10 J8 Northbound. Fully [...]

Hello Bookshop launch party

Hello Bookshop launch party

Everyone should have access to a bookshop or library. Redhill library is our nearest option and, at nearly 3 miles away, is not an option for those with mobility issues. As of the 2nd of February, a new community bookshop opens its doors to Bletchingley, Godstone and beyond. It’s about so much more than books: writing groups, reading [...]

Help Bletchingly Village School win some new security systems

Bletchingley Village school are in a competition to win some new security systems, they are currently in 2nd place at the moment. Help them beat the competition, just click on the attached link and vote for Bletchingley Village School. https://www.stanleysecurity.co.uk/safer-schools-vote?school_id=28

Tandridge Council submits Local Plan to Government

Tandridge Council submits Local Plan to Government

The Council has submitted the Local Plan for the Tandridge district to the government for independent examination. Following the decision taken at the Planning Policy Committee on 19 December 2018 to approve the plan, officers and councillors have finalised the document along with key supporting materials. The submission has taken place in [...]

Bletchingley Village Nursery – extended hours.

Bletchingley Village Nursery are very pleased to be extending their hours and to offer the local community up to 30 hours free childcare. The nursery will be open between 9am and 3pm, Monday to Friday. Parents will be able to book morning or full day sessions for their children. Bletchingley Village primary school and nursery is an inclusive, [...]

Bletchingley Parish Council Report June to December 2018

Bletchingley Parish Council Report June to December 2018

Please see attached the Bletchingley Parish Council Report for  June to December 2018

Become a Special Constable

Become a Special Constable

Dear Resident, We're writing to ask if you, or someone you know, could become a Special Constable? The Special Constabulary is made up of members of the public who volunteer to spend their time helping to police their local community. Specials play a crucial role in fighting crime and keeping Surrey safer. They come from many different [...]

Neighbourhood Watch December update

Neighbourhood Watch December update

We continue to have a pretty peaceful and low-crime village but, as I'm writing this on 1/12/18, I just hope nothing will prove me wrong before you read it, and we mustn't be complacent. There have been the usual occurrences of vandalism to vehicles and sheds broken into, notably a "chain-reaction" one in which one shed was forced to steal keys to [...]

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