About Cllr Graeme Crome


Website: http://www.mersthamcouncillors.co.uk
Cllr Graeme Crome has written 14 articles so far, you can find them below.


Nutfield Road Off-licence submit revised signage application

Reigate & Banstead Council planning department have received an application for revised signage to replace the unauthorised signs above the off-licence at 65 Nutfield Road.

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Merstham councillor launches crossing improvement petition

Merstham ward Councillor Graeme Crome has launched an e-Petition calling on Surrey Country Highways to make urgent improvements to the Bletchingley Road zebra crossing follow safety concerns from many local residents.

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Merstham Dog day to combat dog fouling and strays

In response to concerns raised by local residents about the issue of dog fouling and stray dogs in the Merstham area, Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, along with Surrey Police and Raven Housing Trust, have arranged “Happy Healthy Dogs”, a special advice and awareness raising day, to combat the issue.

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Graeme Crome calls for Merstham crossing improvements

Merstham councillor is calling for urgent improvements to the Bletchingley Road zebra crossing follow safety concerns from many local residents. Graeme has become increasingly worried about the safety of children and parents who use the zebra crossing on Bletchingley Road to reach Merstham Primary School.

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New local Primary School proposed by Surrey Cabinet

Surrey County Council’s Cabinet agree to allocated funds to build a new primary (2-form) , 430 places school in the Redhill / Merstham area and have instructed the Head of Estates Planning and Management, to seek to find and enter into negotiations to acquire a site for a new School.

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Home composting, residents encouraged to “give it a grow”

Council is using Compost Awareness Week (2-10 May 2010) to encourage more Merstham residents to start recycling their kitchen, household and garden waste by composting at home. “Give it a grow”, the theme of this year’s Compost Awareness Week, aims to encourage us all to try something different, like having a go at home composting or extending the range of waste we compost to do our bit for the environment.

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Council’s recycling team hit the road

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s recycling team is hitting the road over the coming months to bring the “reduce, reuse and recycle” message out to residents to help them waste less, and hopefully save money at the same time.
The Recycling Road show will be in Merstham for the Quality Street Fair on the 3rd July.

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Knit and Natter Group launched in Merstham

A new weekly arts and craft group, ‘Knit and Natter’ is being launched at the Merstham Community Facility (44 Portland Drive, Merstham) on Friday 23rd April 10-12AM.
The new group for anyone who enjoys knitting, crochet, cross stitch and other crafts.
Come along to share hints, swap patterns, meet new people, learn new skills and have a cuppa and a chat. Everyone is Welcome! Bring whatever you are working on at the moment.

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Merstham Councillors Open Surgery – Sat 3rd April 10-12

Merstham’s councillors are holding their monthly open residents surgery on Saturday 3rd April from 10 to 12 at the Merstham Community Facility, 44 Portland Drive.

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Should Merstham follow Torbay’s approach to dog fouling problem

Merstham councillors are asking concerned local residents if the Council should follow Torbay’s controversial campaign for tackling dog fouling in Merstham.
Torbay’s successful but controversial campaign featured a hard-hitting image appearing to show a young child eating dog faeces which they found in a playground, with the headline “Children will put anything in their mouths”.

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