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Dealing with Rubbish Responsibly

Last year 55% of fly tipping (about half a million incidents) involved rubbish from households. Anyone having work carried out at their home must check the person disposing of the waste has a waste carriers licence. This affects anyone who has hired builders, gardeners or scrap metal merchants to take materials away from their home. If [...]

Bletchingley Playground Friends Sponsored Swim

Saturday 30th May 2009 at Hawthorns School, Bletchingley between 9am and 1pm. You can enter as an individual or as a team and do something fun with your friends.  All ages and abilities welcome. Dear Swimathon Participant Thank you for your interest in taking part in this healthy and worthy cause.  The Hawthorns have very kindly [...]

Heart of the Community – Bletchingley Playground Friends gets short listed

VOTING HAS NOW CLOSED ON THIS. Its time to cast your vote and select your Heart of the Community 2009.  You can help Bletchingley Playground Friends (Code 057) by using the coupon printed in the Surrey Mirror dated 23 April 2009 and in the Dorking and Leatherhead and Croydon Advertisers.  The more votes that Bletchingley Playground [...]

Caterham, Oxted and Godstone Lions Club

A very big thank you Caterham Oxted and Godstone Lions would like to say a very big thank you to all the guests who helped make our Barn Dance on 8 March such a huge success. Our barn dance at St Catherine's School, Bletchingley, was a complete sell out with 150 guests coming from all over the Tandridge area. We made an outstanding [...]

Bletchingley’s “Funk Brook”

Bletchingley’s “Funk Brook”

Bletchingley in Bloom Bletchingley's ‘Funk Brook', which runs beneath Grange Meadow originates from Hevers Pond and Lay Brook.  Where it goes under the A25 it was called Funks Bridge.  It has now been relieved of its detritus, brambles and general undergrowth, thanks to the hard work of loyal ‘In Bloomers' and as a result, now [...]

Bletchingley Playground Friends Receive High Sheriff Youth Award

Bletchingley Playground Friends Receive High Sheriff Youth Award

On Thursday 12th March 2009, Bletchingley Playground Friends received the Surrey High Sheriff Youth Award and a donation of £1000 in recognition of their work in raising funds towards the provision of a new playground in Bletchingley. Just a year ago, three Bletchingley parents got together and formed the Bletchingley Playground Friends [...]

Bletchingley Playground Friends

An update on progress so far.  We have now consulted with the children of the Hawthorns School and are currently awaiting the return of the questionnaires. Once these are received, they will be analysed, along with those from St Catherines to try to finalise the type of equipment that the children would like to see in their playground. It is [...]


To give more residents the chance to help shape future housing services, the consultation period for the East Surrey Housing Strategy for 2009-2013 has been extended to 23 March 2009. For the last five weeks, residents across East Surrey have been giving their views about the first joint housing strategy between Epsom & Ewell, Mole [...]

Old or Unwanted Car Disposal Service – NOW FREE

Residents with an unwanted or old car can take advantage of a special disposal service provided by Tandridge District Council and it won't cost them a penny. To have a vehicle removed under the scheme, the legal owner must be a district council resident. Their name and address must be on the vehicle's V5 (registration document). The [...]

Appeal for witnesses following armed robbery in Nutfield

The Bletchingley & Nutfield Beat  - Robbery in South Nutfield at Priory Farm at 5pm on Saturday 6th December  - Press release Appeal for witnesses following armed robbery in Nutfield Detectives from east Surrey are appealing for witnesses following an armed robbery at Priory Farm, Nutfield, on Saturday (6 December) [...]

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