Monday 25th October 2021, 7.30pm
Woldingham Village Hall, Lecture Room
Attendance must be booked beforehand to allow us to respect social distancing.
Surrey County Councillor Becky Rush has secured a meeting with the Police and Crime Commissioner, Lisa Townsend, and a representative from the local Police (Karen Hughes, Borough Commander or someone from her team) on Monday 25 October 2021. Whilst this date doesn’t suit everyone we are very fortunate that Cllr Rush has managed to arrange this because, due to busy diaries, it wouldn’t be able to take place until December/January. The Parish Council believe that sooner, rather than after Christmas, would be beneficial due to the amount of crime happening in the Village at present.
The meeting will be held in the Lecture Room at the Village Hall at 7.30pm – whilst this room isn’t ideal it is the only space available – a maximum of 40 people in attendance which will allow social distancing and then residents can join by zoom and/or email their questions/concerns (to be raised at the meeting) to the parish clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than 24th October. The meeting will be recorded.
Email: email@example.com to advise if you are attending/want to attend by zoom/or want to submit questions/or raise any concerns. Attendance must be booked beforehand to allow us to respect social distancing.
Visit the Police & Crime Commissioner for Surrey website for further information on the PCC.