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CRIME SUMMIT - TUESDAY 4 NOVEMBER
Tandridge District Council is inviting residents to a Crime Summit meeting being held on Tuesday 4 November at the Council Offices, Oxted. It is being hosted by the Overview and Scrutiny Committee and starts at 6.30pm with refreshments, followed by the meeting at 7pm.
The event will be introduced by the Council’s Chief Executive, Louise Round, who will give an overview of local community safety issues, as well as outlining key partnership projects and initiatives.
Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner, Kevin Hurley, will provide an insight into the successes of Surrey Police over the last twelve months and give the public an opportunity to have their say on the Force’s share of council tax.
In addition, the District Inspector Angie Austin will give an overview of local policing issues.
The event is an opportunity for residents of Tandridge to hear about community safety work in the area, raise the issues affecting them, discuss how these can be solved by working together and ask questions.
Anyone who would like to attend the event can register athttp://tandridgecrimesummit.
eventbrite.co.uk. While registration is not required for the event and anyone can just turn up, if people register it will help with planning the event.
For more information please contact Hilary New, Community Safety Manager on 01883 732703, e-mail community.safety@tandridge.
Councillor Barry Compton, Chairman of the Overview and Scrutiny Committee, said: “This is a great opportunity for local residents and businesses to come along, hear about how we all work together to address issues of concern and ask questions.”
Kevin Hurley, Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for the people of Tandridge to tell us what more the police, councils and politicians can do to make their district an even safer place to live and work. I also want to have a frank and honest discussion with the public about the police budget. We are facing swingeing budget cuts in the coming years and we must take a decision on how much we are willing to cut before we take a stand. It is vital that I hear from the public on this, and I look forward to meeting with the people of Tandridge to discuss this important issue.”
COME ALONG AND MEET
THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF TANDRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL
ON THURSDAY 29TH JANUARY, 7pm
WOLDINGHAM VILLAGE HALL
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This is normally held in the Scout Hut every Tuesday morning.
If you see anything suspicious or need to call the police
please call either:
999 for emergencies
0845 125 2222 for non urgent matters
Please do not call Hermione (Henry) direct as she may be
off duty or on another call and action will therefore be
delayed. ANY call that you put through to the police will
be picked up by Henry in due course.
However if you wish to speak to Henry or inform her of an incident call his voice mail number and she will pick it when next he is in the station. (01483 630 747).
The police hope to have a more detailed page for our area in the future.
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- Information on the waste issues facing us in Surrey today
- Information on what local authorities are doing to face those issues
- Information on how you can help Surrey
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Tandridge Council have now taken responsibility for street parking. Parking attendants will become more visible in the area. They have released the contact details to report parking infringements: e mail email@example.com or 01883 732771 Barbara Saunders Parking Services manager.
This is now operational and working well. We would like
some more volunteers please. You will be given police
training. You work in pairs for one hour a session. All we
ask is for one session about every 5 weeks. Please help -
contact PCSO Henry or David Locket 653181
> More information on the reduced speed limits coming to the village
The May 2007 Newsletter has now been distributed. It goes
to every household but we have to work from the lates
available electoral roll for name and addresses. This is
dated October 2006. If you have just moved in or are not
on the roll, then you may miss your copy. You can download
it from this page or collect a copy from the village shop.
> May 2007 Parish Council Newsletter
If so, you need to be aware of (1) the Woldingham Village
Design Statement, (2) the Woldingham Character
Assessment ,and (3) the Woldingham Design Guidance.
All have been adopted as policy by Tandridge District
Council. They are available on the Tandridge Council
website via the links shown below. If you are
contemplating any building works or removing any trees,
either you or your architect/surveyor needs to apply and
refer to these policy guidelines in your application
statement. For further information please contact Cllr.
Frank Myers on 01883 653371.
>Woldingham Village Design Statement
>Woldingham Character Assessment
>Woldingham Design Guidance
If you are interested in booking the hall, you can call the bookings secretary (LIz Aggiss) on 653106.
Don't forget, if you are approached by cold callers or
you are aware of cold callers operating in your area this
should be reported to Consumer Direct on 0845 4040506 and
> Surrey CSN Trading Standards Alerts
This has been confirmed by Royal Mail. The Trading Standards Office are making people aware of the following scam:
A card is posted through your door from a company called PDS (Parcel Delivery Service) suggesting that they were unable to deliver a parcel and that you need to contact them on 0906 6611911 (a premium rate number). DO NOT call this number, as this is a mail scam originating from Belize. If you call the number and you start to hear a recorded message you will already have been billed £15 for the phone call.
If you do receive a card with these details, then please contact Royal Mail Fraud on 020 7239 6655 or ICSTIS (the premium rate service regulator) at www.icstis.org.uk or the local trading standards office.
We have been asked to remind you that if you have any sort of alarm it is a legal requirement to register the key holders of your property. This is done with Surepol who can be contacted at 0870 161 1212 or on www.surpol.co.uk or a registration form can be collected from Clive at his usual Tuesday surgery.
The Mobile Library visits Nethern Court Road fortnightly.
Don't forget - anyone can join the Woldingham Mobile
Library free of charge. Up to 10 items per user at any
time with a loan period of 4 weeks. There is an extended
loan period of 8 weeks for holidays.You may request up to
2 books per visit if they are in the County library stock.
Contact Mobile Library No. 4 on 07968 832381.
> Mobile Library Timetable
Our intention is give you regular updates on life in Woldingham and particularly progress on developments such as improvements in the Crescent - so watch this space! Don't forget the News Feature (News and Events) where we want to record important events or items of merit in and around the village. If you would like anything mentioned, please let us know e.g. births, marriages and exam successes etc...
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