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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

Support local good causes to win tickets to Lingfield Park Resort Fireworks display

Support local good causes to win tickets to Lingfield Park Resort Fireworks display

All Tandridge Together Lottery players on Saturday 27 October will not only be in with a chance of winning £25,000, but could also win tickets to the Lingfield Park Resort firework display. The special additional prize admits four people to the Lingfield Park Resort Fireworks display on Saturday 3 November. These tickets were kindly donated by [...]

Open Garden Weekend raised £1228

The Open  Garden Weekend at The Barn, Springbottom Lane on 28/19th July was a great success despite raining all day on the Sunday. With a new and larger marquee which was waterproof and windproof the event was secure from all the elements that nature could provide! Luckily, on the Saturday the sun shone, the people came and enjoyed the art [...]

Draft Local Plan now open for consultation

Draft Local Plan now open for consultation

The Draft Local Plan Consultation starts on Monday 30 July at 9am and runs until 5pm on Monday 10 September. This consultation is an opportunity for residents to have their say about the legal compliance and soundness of the draft Local Plan, which will deliver: • A new Garden Community of around 4,000 homes in South [...]

No change to recycling and rubbish collection after bank holiday.

No change to recycling and rubbish collection after bank holiday.

Recycling and rubbish collections will not change following the bank holiday on Monday 27 August. If you need to check which week your recycling and which week your rubbish is collected please visitwww.tandridge.gov.uk. Garden waste collections will take place one day late in the week commencing Monday 27 August. Check your garden waste [...]

Bletchingley Village Transport Scheme

History:- The transport scheme within the village started in 1970 and has been in operation ever since. It came into being when the newly formed Age Concern Bletchingley identified transport as one of the needs of the more elderly residents in the village. Who Can use it?  The transport scheme is intended primarily for the more elderly, but it [...]

Help prevent flytipping in Bletchingley

This summer, Surrey residents and businesses are being urged to be vigilant when employing traders to dispose of their waste or risk fines of up to £400. Although a rogue trader may flytip the waste, it could still be whoever employs them that is fined. To avoid prosecution, residents and businesses must ensure they use a registered waste [...]

Become a Victim Support volunteer

Become a Victim Support volunteer

Victim Support (VS) is an independent charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales. Its purpose is to provide specialist help to support people to cope and recover to the point where they feel they are back on track with their lives. Their volunteers play a wide range of vital roles within Victim [...]

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