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WHAT'S ON

Find out about events and activities happening round the village:
> Village Calendar
> St. Agatha's Calendar
> St. Paul's Calendar

PARISH COUNCIL

See forthcoming events for next PC meeting.
> More on the Parish Council
> Latest PC Newsletter

WOLDINGHAM MAGAZINE

News, views and articles about our village, including advertising by local companies. Comments and contributions welcome.
> More on the Magazine

POLICE ACTION GROUP

Next meeting:
See forthcoming events.
Meet the local police and help target their efforts for the next two months. Meeting starts at 7pm in the Village Hall.

OTHER ITEMS

> For Sale and Wanted
> Good Neighbour Scheme
> Millennium Book
> Taxi Voucher Scheme
> Community Coffee Morning

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Welcome to the Woldingham Village website

To most of us who live here, Woldingham is a special place. Situated 700 feet above sea level on top of the North Downs, Woldingham is in a recognised area of natural beauty and great landscape value. Surrounded by countryside, how many villages can still be 30 minutes from the centre of London? Indeed, we are still a village with all that a village has to offer except for a village pub! We are privileged to live here.

Park View, Woldingham


We have many social groups and our sense of community spirit is strong. Our vision now is to embrace technology to build on this. Our web site gives us another channel to extend and enhance communication and our sense of community. But it is not only aimed at existing residents, we also hope it will give everyone who knows and loves Woldingham the opportunity to stay in touch with all that's going on here. For anybody who does not know Woldingham, then we hope this gives a flavour for this special part of Surrey. Above all, we hope everyone will enjoy the site!

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FORTHCOMING EVENTS



Jan 2015

here for full calendar

Thu 29th Jan

Meet TDC Chief Execuitive Louse Round -  Village Hall 7pm




COME ALONG AND MEET

THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF TANDRIDGE DISTRICT COUNCIL

LOUISE ROUND

ON THURSDAY 29TH JANUARY, 7pm

WOLDINGHAM VILLAGE HALL



The Players' Events

For their schedule of events go to The Woldingham Players page.

LATEST NEWS

Flood Relief Works - Latest Update

Full Report Here


Planning Inspectorate Decision on Footpath 160 (Nethern Court Road and Southfields Road)

Full report and 2011 Modification Order


Tandridge Severe Weather Announcement

Tandridge District Council and Surrey County Council have been working together to see how we can improve communications and services during extreme weather, such as flooding or snow.

 

Tandridge District Council

We will keep residents and business informed by:

 

§  Updating the website www.tandridge.gov.uk with the latest news about services.

§  Sending out e-mail alerts to all residents signed up to our News Direct service. You can help us by encouraging residents to join atwww.tandridge.gov.uk/newsdirect

§  Sending daily updates to councillors, parish councils, county councillors, the media, the MP, Surrey Police and staff. We hope those receiving this will forward it on or let residents, family, friends and neighbours know.

§  Posting updates to http://twitter.com/tandridgedc and to www.streetlife.com.

§  Making sure our customer service team on 01883 722000 has the latest information.

 

If we experience severe weather this winter, we will do our best to keep services running, but if our staff can’t get to work we will need to prioritise which services we can realistically maintain. Our priority will always be to support our more vulnerable residents and to collect general waste first and recycling when possible.

 

If it snows or is very icy, we and our contractor Biffa will make decisions about sending out the collection crews each morning at around 6am, with the assessment based on the condition of roads and footpaths and the weather forecast.

 

Residents and businesses are entitled to clear ice and snow from outside their home or shop. Information about clearing snow and ice safely is on our website at www.tandridge.gov.uk/clearingsnow.

 

Surrey County Council

Surrey’s website will provide information and advice, including details about which services are reduced or unavailable. Find out more atwww.surreycc.gov.uk/winter.

 

For highways updates follow www.twitter.com/surreytravel.




Tandridge District Council announce new recycling service from 1st December

Click here for details>


Speed Watch


SPEED WATCH VOLUNTEERS AND CO-ORDINATOR

URGENTLY NEEDED

We are in urgent need of volunteers and a co-ordinator to become part of the team to help monitor speeding vehicles through our Village.  Training will be provided.

If you are concerned with the level of speeding traffic and have time to spare please contact:

Karen Newman, Parish Clerk on 01883 371266

parish.clerk@woldingham.com



The Woldingham Code

> click here for a copy of the code

New Woldingham Neighbourhood Plan Website

> click here to visit the new Neighbourhood Plan website


Woldingham Village Facilities and Organisations

We are compiling a list of these village assets. We believe we have confined this list to what is in the public domain. If you have any additions or corrections to suggest, please contact Terri Waghorn at terriwaghorn@yahoo.com.


We are also compiling a list of businesses including those that are home based. Please contact Terri with details, indicating clearly whether you consent to public listing or to private listing only (ie just for Parish Council records and for communication with you).


Click here for the current list > Village Facilities


Superfast Broadband in Surrey

> Click here for an update

Jubilee Weekend

See the video of the making of the 'W' Village photograph.
> Click here to watch
You can see the original photos at Chris Mikami's website.
> Click here to see photos
 

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SECURITY MATTERS


Police Surgery

This is normally held in the Scout Hut every Tuesday morning.

Calling the Police

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).

Police Information

> www.surrey.police.uk
The police hope to have a more detailed page for our area in the future.

Neighbourhood Watch Alerts

> Recent Reports
> Historic Reports

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OTHER MATTERS


Waste Awareness

Surrey´s local authorities have come together to create the 'Surreywaste.info' website. It provides the most comprehensive information on waste management in our county:
- 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
> Find out more

Parking Enforcement

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 parking@tandridge.gov.uk or 01883 732771 Barbara Saunders Parking Services manager.

Woldingham Speed Watch

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

Communicating with the Village: May 2007 Parish Council Newsletter

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

New to the Village? Thinking of Extending?

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

Booking the Village Hall

If you are interested in booking the hall, you can call the bookings secretary (LIz Aggiss) on 653106.

Surrey CSN Trading Standards Alerts

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 the Police.
> Surrey CSN Trading Standards Alerts

New Royal Mail Postal Scam

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.

Do you have an alarm?

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.

Mobile Library

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

Updates on the Village website

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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