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03 November 2017 - Flood Forum

 

Flood Forum

 

Next meeting to be held at Centenary Hall Weds 15th Nov 2017, 7pm

 

The newly formed Flood Forum is supported by the National Flood Forum, a Charity that supports and represents flood risk communities.

 

The national Flood forum takes questions from local residents and puts them to the relevant authorities, those authorities are then invited to a meeting all at the same time along with the flood forum to answer the questions raised.

 

The idea is that a community working together has more influence than a member of the public working alone.

 

If you have a question to be raised by the Forum please email the Parish Clerk or come along to the next meeting.

 

 

 

03 November 2017 - The Neighbourhood Plan

 

The Neighbourhood Plan is important

Don't miss the opportunity to give your views.

 

The closing date for your questionnaire was 30th October 2017, if you didn't get yours in, in time you can still have your say at the

Open Day on Saturday 16th December at Centenary Hall

 

 

 

Your Village is Changing

 

Have Your Say About How it Changes

 

Burstow Parish Council is leading the preparation of a Neighbourhood Plan that will help define the future of our area and how it will change. Your views as a community are key to its success.

 

Please come along

 

See full article

 

21 July 2017 - Learn Through Play Preschool

 

"Learn Through Play Preschool is committed to providing a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment for children ages 2 to 4 where they can learn through play. We offer high quality, affordable childcare with rates of 1 adult to 4 children.

 

Our OFSTED inspection March 2017 resulted in a 'GOOD' outcome, reflecting on the dedication and support offered by the staff.

 

See full article

 

31 March 2017 - Annual Parish Meeting 2017

 

 

Thursday 6th April 2017

 

Centenary Hall, 7/7.30pm

 

Come and hear about the

Hall refurbishment

See the New Community Art Garden & Get involved with the Neighbourhood Plan

Find out what the Council has done for the past year!

 

All welcome!

 

10 March 2017 - Winner !! Design B - Smallfield Community Art Garden

 

Thank you to all those who voted, Design B was the clear winner

 

We now need your help to get the project underway.

 

Local businesses have donated materials for the project, all we need now are volunteers to get the project started.

Please bring your shovels/spades/wheel barrows down to the site at Centenary Hall on

Friday 17th and Saturday 18th March

 

All welcome, maybe your a green fingered gardener or perhaps you do not have a garden of your own or you would just like to give something back to our community, whoever you are please come along and help us get this project off the ground. Email Burstow Parish Clerk your name and the dates you can attend.

 

There will be further dates in April to help

 

Read more about the garden and the project here

 

02 February 2017 - We Need your Vote! Smallfield Community Art Garden

 

 

Smallfield Community Art Garden is a new initiative to support the Health and Wellbeing of the residents of Smallfield.

On the 10th January 2017 a community consultation on the garden was held to meet local residents, share the details on the project and hear what you like to see to support the design of the garden.

The new garden will be created on the green space running alongside Smallfield Surgery and Centenary Hall car park.

 

Two designs have been created and we need your vote.

 

Garden Design A

Garden Design B

 

Please pop along to the Smallfield Centenary Hall, Wheelers Lane, Smallfield, RH6 9PT to see the final two designs and post your vote.

Voting is open to everyone, of any age, resident in the village of Smallfield.

The deadline for Voting is Monday 13th February 2017.

 

16 January 2017 - Community Speedwatch volunteers

 

Local volunteers have been out and about in Smallfield helping to prevent traffic speeding through our Village.

To continue this very visible deterrent on a regular basis we need more volunteers who are available during the day. The more people who can help the less time each person needs to contribute. Getting started is easy, you just need to attend a ONE HOUR training session with Surrey Police at Reigate station and then you will work in a small team at mutually agreed times in the Village.

 

So if you have some time available (doesn't matter how much or little) get in touch with the Parish Clerk on 01342 841880 or burstowpc@btconnect.com and Jeannie will put you in contact with the Speed Watch team

 

16 January 2017 - Recycling in Tandridge

 

Residents who would like more information on recycling can find details:

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 customerservices@tandridge.gov.uk 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.

 

01 September 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.

 

See full article

 

28 June 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.