Surrey’s public sector calls residents to have their say on services

Public bodies across Surrey have teamed up to call on local residents to have their say on services as the country braces itself for the tough times ahead. The initiative will give residents a unique opportunity to shape the delivery of future public services.

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Council publishes its spending online

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has published its financial data online for the first time, allowing people to analyse its spending into categories and see the suppliers used by the Council.

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Surrey Wildlife Trust Holding volunteer taster day Sun. 24 Oct

Surrey Wildlife Trust are holding a special ‘Taster Day’ on The Moors, Nutfield Marsh, for anyone who would like to try their hand at nature conservation. Each task is lead by a skilled & experienced leader, who will explain at the start of each task. Volunteers are welcome to stay as long or as short as you like, the full day will finish around 4pm.

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Council issues warning about fraudulent council tax calls

Merstham residents are being urged to be on their guard after Tandridge District Council warned its residents about a council tax scam, after one of its residents was called by someone claiming to be from the Council Tax Team and asking for their bank account details. The caller told the resident they were entitled to a council tax refund.

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Petition to reroute 430/435 buses the original road route

Merstham resident Glyn Trathan has taken advantage of Surrey County Council’s online ePetition service to call for the 430/435 Metrobuses from Merstham to Reigate to follow the original bus route via Delebole Road and Radstock way and ending the new one way route via Chilmark Gardens.

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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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