Local police appeal for information about sexual assault

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Detectives from East Surrey CID are appealing for information after a woman in her 20s was sexually assaulted in Redhill. The incident occurred between 8.30pm and 8.50pm on Saturday, 12 April when the woman was walking along Park Road in the town. She was approached from behind by a man who indecently touched her over […]

See stars of the future at the Harlequin Theatre

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Seventy-five young people from across the borough are appearing at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill in Star for a Night on Thursday 10 and Friday 11 April. Tickets for the shows start at just £6 and are available from the Harlequin Box Office. Star for a Night is the annual talent show run by Reigate & […]

Landlords convicted after failing to provide healthy accommodation

Private landlords, Joelle and Marc Kemp, were convicted under the housing legislation at Redhill Magistrates Court earlier this month after failing to carry out essential improvements to their property. Mr and Mrs Kemp, who pleaded guilty to the offences, will have to pay £4,387 in fines and costs as a result of their convictions on […]

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Local police appeal for information about sexual assault

PCSO-and-NSO-Surrey-Police

Detectives from East Surrey CID are appealing for information after a woman in her 20s was sexually assaulted in Redhill. The incident occurred between 8.30pm and 8.50pm on Saturday, 12 April when the woman was walking along Park Road in the town. She was approached from behind by a man who indecently touched her over […]

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See stars of the future at the Harlequin Theatre

Warwick Quadrant

Seventy-five young people from across the borough are appearing at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill in Star for a Night on Thursday 10 and Friday 11 April. Tickets for the shows start at just £6 and are available from the Harlequin Box Office. Star for a Night is the annual talent show run by Reigate & […]

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Landlords convicted after failing to provide healthy accommodation

Private landlords, Joelle and Marc Kemp, were convicted under the housing legislation at Redhill Magistrates Court earlier this month after failing to carry out essential improvements to their property. Mr and Mrs Kemp, who pleaded guilty to the offences, will have to pay £4,387 in fines and costs as a result of their convictions on […]

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Full resurfacing of Linkfield Lane to begin on 9th April

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Carriageway reconstruction and resurfacing of Linkfield Lane is due to begin on 9th April, along the whole length of the road, lasting for a week, after persistent lobbying from your local councillors.  At our insistence the work will also include drainage improvements. Linkfield Lane is the top road in the area which we (as ward […]

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Latest version of Raven Times published

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The latest edition of Raven Times, the newsletter from Raven Housing Trust, has just been published.  Click here to read it:  http://www.ravenht.org.uk/data/files/resources/303/8250a_Raven-Times-Spring-2014_web_AW.pdf

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Memorial Park competition for young artists

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Young artists are being invited to enter a competition to design new panels for the entrance gates to Redhill’s Memorial Park. As part of the improvements to the park, new gates are to be installed at the park entrance on London Road. The winning artists will see their designs transformed into metalwork and incorporated into […]

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Crispin Blunt and Cllr Mark Brunt hold constructive meeting with Planning Minister over Core Strategy

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Reigate MP, Crispin Blunt, and the Chairman of Reigate and Banstead Borough Council’s Planning Committee, Cllr Mark Brunt, have today met with the planning minister, Nick Boles, and the Chief Planner for England, Steve Quartermain, in Westminster to discuss options available to the Council to further protect green belt in the borough through its Core […]

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Crispin Blunt MP secures changes to Biffa funding scheme, to help local projects more

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Redhill’s MP, Crispin Blunt, has today welcomed undertakings given by Biffa on community compensation packages in recognition of problems with foul odours coming from the company’s Landfill site in Redhill. Following pressure from Crispin, Biffa has made two pledges on the Biffa Award Scheme. The scheme offers grants to community projects close its operation sites. […]

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Memorial Park revamp preparations get underway

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After months of planning, preparations for the £1.5 million revamp of Redhill’s Memorial Park are underway, prior to start of the main works on 24 March. The preparatory works include thinning out some of the trees near the park entrance and removing some non-native conifers from elsewhere in the park, prior to bird nesting season. […]

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Part of Batts Hill will be restricted from 5th March to 15th April owing to gas works

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The section of Batts Hill from Green Lane up to the junction with Cartmel Close (outside Wray Mill House) will be controlled by traffic lights for works by Southern Gas Networks from 5th March until 15th April. The works will replace 106 metres of pipe and 6 connections. Houses in the immediate vicinity are being notified by […]

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