Warning from Surrey Police about burglaries

From Surrey Police: We’ve had some burglaries in the borough recently and as the darker evenings continue I thought it would be a good time to remind you about home security.  Please take a few minutes to read our advice and tips to keep your home safe and secure: Register valuable property on immobilise it’s free and […]

Warwick Quadrant update

An update on the Warwick Quandrant development can be found here:  Warwick Quadrant, Redhill – newsletter

CRISPIN BLUNT RAISES FLIGHTS AND RAIL ISSUES WITH MINISTERS

This week Crispin Blunt has raised local aviation and rail issues with Transport Ministers as concerns mount about the highly concentrated Gatwick westerly departure Route 4 and the ongoing rail service delivery problems. On Monday Crispin met Lord Ahmad, the Minister responsible for Aviation, to seek a solution for Route 4 which would put departures […]

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Warning from Surrey Police about burglaries

From Surrey Police: We’ve had some burglaries in the borough recently and as the darker evenings continue I thought it would be a good time to remind you about home security.  Please take a few minutes to read our advice and tips to keep your home safe and secure: Register valuable property on immobilise it’s free and […]

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Warwick Quadrant update

An update on the Warwick Quandrant development can be found here:  Warwick Quadrant, Redhill – newsletter

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CRISPIN BLUNT RAISES FLIGHTS AND RAIL ISSUES WITH MINISTERS

This week Crispin Blunt has raised local aviation and rail issues with Transport Ministers as concerns mount about the highly concentrated Gatwick westerly departure Route 4 and the ongoing rail service delivery problems. On Monday Crispin met Lord Ahmad, the Minister responsible for Aviation, to seek a solution for Route 4 which would put departures […]

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Local history comes alive at fascinating, free event

Come and see World War artefacts from Surrey Infantry Museum, dig out your own family heirlooms to find out more from museum experts or get help to start researching your family history at the Harlequin Theatre on Saturday 15 October from 2-4pm. ‘Discover World War I with Reigate & Banstead’ is a fascinating, free, interactive […]

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Mayor rewards borough’s dedicated volunteers

Fifty seven hard working volunteers from across the borough have been recognised for their dedication to the community by the Mayor of Reigate & Banstead at a special awards ceremony. Thirty volunteers and volunteer teams received Mayor’s Volunteer Awards at the event at the Town Hall on Friday 23 September 2016. These included 17 awards for […]

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Consultation begins on next stage of Reigate & Banstead’s local plan – have your say

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has announced the start of a consultation on the next part of its local plan, the Development Management Plan, and is urging residents, businesses and workers in the borough to have their say. The ten week consultation will run from Monday 1 August to 5pm on Monday 10 October 2016. […]

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Local CAB warns of bogus computer viruses – the most common reported scam in Redhill

Citizens Advice Reigate and Banstead is calling for the residents of Redhill to be on their guard against scams after the area was revealed as one of the top scam hotspots in England and Wales. Analysis of 5,000 scams reported to the national Citizens Advice consumer service between January and March 2016 show the areas where people are […]

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Low cost holiday ideas for children from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council

Keeping children busy for the holidays is easy this summer, thanks to R&Be Active from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council. Children aged seven to 15 can try out activities such as mountain boarding and kung fu fun as well as more traditional sports like basketball, tennis and golf. They are all offered at competitive prices […]

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Food Waste Recycling about to get easier, cleaner and cheaper

From 1 June it will be easier, cleaner and cheaper for Reigate & Banstead residents to recycle food waste following changes enabling them to line their silver kitchen food waste caddies with plastic bags or liners. Anything from old shopping bags to bread or salad bags can be used, as well as newspaper and the […]

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Crispin Blunt supports calls for urgent action on appalling local rail services

Crispin Blunt MP has announced his support for calls for the Government to take urgent action to address the current chaos on Govia Thameslink Railway services, especially those servicing Redhill, Reigate and adjacent stations. “Passengers have had enough and are at breaking point. Not only do they have to suffer an appalling service that has […]

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