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‘Village News’ Archives

Bletchingley’s Got Talent

This was the view expressed at the end of the evening of entertainment in words and music in St Mary's Church last Saturday evening.   The church was packed as children of all ages entertained parents and friends to a variety of musical events, recitations and mime.  Bletchingley Brownies and children from St Catherine's school provided [...]

Attempted Horse Thefts

Message from Thames Valley and National Horsewatch Alliance There has been further information received about people photographing horses, possibly with the intention of their theft to order.  The vehicles are a White Van registration number N253 XAJ and a Red Land cruiser registration number B16 RBB.  One of the registration numbers [...]

Police Appeal for Information after Horse Attack in Godstone

Tandridge rural affairs officer, PC Nick Shrapel, is appealing for information after a horse received burn injuries in Godstone on Sunday. The incident happened sometime between 1.30am and 9am on 1 June when a horse received, what appear to be several cigarette burns, around its right eye. PC Shrapel said: "I am appealing to members of [...]

Beware Bogus Callers!!

Men calling themselves Council Water officials and with false ID have made 5 attempts to steal from people in the village on Wednesday 28th May.  One resident let them in and lost a lot of money. KEEP THEM OUT unless you are 100% SURE they are OK.  Phone someone to be with you if you do let any worker in.

Capture the essence of the Surrey Hills

and win..... the opportunity to see your photo on the front cover of The Surrey Downs Magazine, The Guildford Magazine and The Farnham & Haslemere Magazine, PLUS £200 worth of Jessops Vouchers. All winning entries will also feature in the Surrey Hills Exhibition at the Guildford House Gallery, High Street, Guildford from 16 August [...]

Surrey’s Big Drink Debate – Have your say!

There has been a lot of information in the press and on television recently about excessive drinking and the problems that this can cause in communities. Surrey Primary Care Trust wants to find out if excessive drinking is a problem in Surrey and what you think about ways of reducing harmful drinking. Working in partnership with Surrey [...]

A force to be reckoned with

A force to be reckoned with

Max Force Trampoline Club is a force to be reckoned with, after members of Max Force competed and did extremely well, at the regional competition held in Gillingham, Kent earlier in March, gaining numerous individual and team medals. Two members Anthony Brown and Zara Munday went to the National Trampoline Gala held at the Gemtec Arena, [...]

LORDS – Lorry Incident Report Form

Many of you are aware of the problems with HGVs using the roads in and around Bletchingley and you may have heard of LORDS (Lorries off Rural Detours) campaign.  Please could all residents experiencing problems with HGV's complete the form located in Parish Council/Other Documents/Lorry Incident Report Form (LORDS) or using the following [...]

Public Meeting re Tarmac, WBB and the future of North Park Farm

Bletchingley Parish Council and QOG ("Quarry Observation Group" will be holding a Public Meeting on Thursday March 20th at 7.30pm at Bletchingley Village Hall on: Tarmac, WBB and the future of North Park Farm.   Help us! Maximum support is needed for this fight to preserve our Green Belt. Tea and Coffee will be served by the [...]

Oxted School Admissions Protest

Oxted School Admissions Protest

St Catherine's School joined forces with Godstone School in a protest march on Saturday 2nd February 2008.  They met at Godstone Green at 9.30 and marched to Oxted School.  The event was very well organised by Godstone school and well attended by Godstone school parents with a small contingent from St Catherine's.  Good fun was had by [...]

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