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01/09/2016 - Protect Yourself from Rogue Traders
The Parish Council has received several reports about residents being duped by traders offering new driveways or claiming they have spotted a problem with your roof and offering to repair it at a discount price.
To protect yourself from opportunist traders such as this there are a few things you can do to protect yourself
1) Never accept unsolicited work from random house callers
2) Check Tandridge District Council's list of approved businesses
3) Use personal recommendations from friends and family
4) Never pay in advance or by cash
28/06/2016 - Overgrown or overhanging trees and hedges
The Parish Council would like to draw peoples attention to overgrown/overhanging trees and hedges. Pedestrians should be able to pass safely and with ease along pavements but unfortunately this is often not the case. We would ask all residents to please check and ensure that any vegetation on their property is not causing an obstruction and putting pedestrians in danger.
If your hedge is growing rapidly in this wet but warm weather please can you keep it cut back. Now that June is drawing to a close there should not be a problem with nesting birds and it is considered perfectly acceptable to carry out a side cut.
Many thanks for your help.
22/06/2016 - Council Tax Phone Scam
Council Tax phone scam is once again operating inner area.
Elderly residents are being called by someone claiming to work for Tandridge District Council. They are offering residents a reduced council tax band and a refund if they pay a £65 fee. They are then asked for their bank details. Unfortunately we are aware of at least one resident who has paid the fee.
Tandridge District Council will never contact residents to ask for bank or other personal details. They always ask residents tp call 01883 722000 to speak to staff so they can be sure they are talking to council officers.
If you know of anyone who is contacted please ask them to call Consumer Direct 03454 040506, visit www.adviceguide.org.uk or call Surrey Police on 101.
25/05/2016 - Burstow Primary School Wild West Summer Party
The Friends of Burstow School are hosting the schools annual summer fair, this year it is going to have a Wild West theme with Rodeo Bull and lots lots more...
Saturday 9th July 2016
12 - 3pm
Please go along and show your support
25/05/2016 - London to Brighton Bike Ride
Please note that the London to Brighton Bike Ride will pass through the Village with disruption to Chapel road and Redehall road on
Sunday 19th June
Road closures will be in place from 7am til 3pm
25/05/2016 - Smallfield Neighbourhood Watch Coordinator Meeting
Tuesday 14th June, at 7pm in the Outwood Room at Centenary Hall
If your road does not yet have a coordinator and you wish to put your name forward please come along and/or email email@example.com
22/04/2016 - Cycling Event
There will be a British Cycling race taking place on Sunday 1st May starting at 10.00am from Bletchingly Village Hall and finishing around 1.30pm by Outwood Mill.
23/03/2016 - Burstow Annual Parish Meeting Wednesday 6th April
Your Annual Parish Meeting is taking place on
Wednesday 6th April 2016
Centenary Hall, Wheelers Lane
23/03/2016 - Smallfield Neighbourhood Watch Launch
The Smallfield Neighbourhood Watch is holding its launch over two dates.
Tuesday 12th April at 7.30pm
Saturday 16th April at 10.00am
Both being held at the Centenary Hall, Wheelers Lane
So choose which date suits you and come along to help create a strong, friendly, active community where crime and anti-social behaviour is not welcomed
05/02/2016 - Wheelers Lane Roadworks
Roadworks on Wheelers Lane Monday 8th February 2016 for approximately 30 days between 7.30am and 5.30pm. Monday to Friday only
15/01/2016 - Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
Members of the local community are setting up a village wide Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
To do this successfully it requires as many residents in the village and surrounding area to join in, the idea is to have as many roads represented as possible.
A meeting is being held at 7.30pm in the Outwood Room of the Centenary Hall on Monday 1st February 2016 to get this scheme up and running. Please let neighbours and friends in the village know about the meeting so that we can get as many people involved as possible.
15/01/2016 - Recycling in Tandridge
Residents who would like more information on recycling can find details:
- On the Council's website www.tandridge.gov.uk/recyclingandwaste.
- By following the Council on twitter (@TandridgeDC).
Councillor Tony Elias, Chairman of the Community Services Committee, said: "Our recycling service allows you to recycle much more from home - please try to recycle as much as possible."
Snow, ice and severe weather conditions
In severe weather information about collection delays and cancellations will be available on www.tandridge.gov.uk/serviceupdates,
by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 01883 722000.
To receive this information by e-mail, please register for Tandridge News Direct at www.tandridge.gov.uk/newsdirect.
For more information contact Giuseppina Valenza, Head of Communications, on 01883 732704.
Party spokesmen: Councillor Gordon Keymer CBE (Con) 01883 717363 and Councillor Jeremy Pursehouse (Lib Dem) 01883 623025.
15/01/2016 - The Surrey Green Network
The Surrey Green Network is a group of local residents encouraging others to reduce what they're throwing away, from wasting less food to recycling and reusing more to composting at home.
The Network volunteers attend local events, fairs, festivals and community days with an information stall, activities, advice and plenty of tools to help other get started in wasting less.
Volunteers are supported by a dedicated Project Coordinator and can choose how much time they spend with the team on days that suit them. They also earn rewards the more time they spend volunteering.
We would really appreciate any help letting local residents know about this opportunity. For a registration form, or just to find out more, please e-mail email@example.com
05/01/2016 - Tandridge District Council's Local Plan
Tandridge's Local Plan will set out a vision for the district for the next 20 years and provide a framework for the future improvement, development and local protection of our area and the Green Belt.
We are asking anyone with an interest in the area to give their views on various approaches to how our area is improved, developed and protected. The consultation runs until 26 February 2016.
Burstow Parish Council has submitted a response to Question 1 - Issues facing the district. The comments can be viewed by clicking here x
Help shape the future of Tandridge
If you have views about the future improvement, development and local protection of our area and the Green Belt we want to hear them.
As part of our Local Plan consultation Tandridge District Council is asking anyone with an interest in the area to give their views on various approaches to how our area is improved, developed and protected.
Visit our website www.tandridge.gov.uk/localplan to register and have your say before 26 February 2016. The final, agreed Local Plan will set out the vision for the district for the next 20 years so it's important that you give your views.
This is a chance for local people to have their say on setting local priorities and planning policies, giving local control over how we provide for both people and place in the future.
Without a Local Plan any future development would be decided solely in line with the National Planning Policy Framework, with little reference to local needs or views.
For this first round of consultation we are interested in what you think about:
- A range of possible approaches to meeting the area's needs over the next 20 years
- Whether we can meet all our development needs within Tandridge
- Affordable local housing
- Our local environment, its greenness and openness
- The amount of schools, doctors and transport we will need in future
- A range of other challenges facing our area.
This first phase consultation:
- Will not change current planning rules
- Will not change the boundaries of our towns and villages
- Will not change the protection of the Green Belt or put the Green Belt at additional risk
- Will not set where new building will take place not how much there will be
So register today on http://consult.tandridge.gov.uk/portaland have your say.
Saturday Market at Centenary Hall
9.00am - 12.00noon
Dates for 2016
February 13 & 27
March 12 & 26
April 9 & 23
May 7 & 21
June 4 & 18
July 2, 16 & 30
August 13 & 27
Sept 10 & 24
Oct 8 & 22
Nov 5 & 19
Dec 3 & 17
Whats going on at Centenary Hall
Throughout the week various classes are held at Centenary Hall, see a daily list here
Yoga (6pm ish)
Tai Chi - beginners and intermediate classes (9.45am & 11am)
Badminton (8.00pm) (need to book with East surrey College)
Short Mat Bowls (10am- 12pm)
Move Fitness (7.30pm - 8.30pm)
Fitness League (10am - 12pm)
Yoga (7.30pm) Starting 25th February
Dance Mania Latin American & Ballroom dancing from (7.30pm)
Dance Mania Latin American & Ballroom dancing from (7.30pm)
Afternoon tea dance with Harmony Dance - next one is 31 January (Check back for further dates)
Whitesides School of Dance run classes everyday of the week for times and classes check their website