Crispin Blunt reiterates demand for compensation for rail users

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Crispin Blunt has received the response of Patrick McLoughlin MP, the Secretary of State for Transport, to his letter of 16th February, in which Crispin Blunt again demanded compensation for local rail users suffering unacceptable levels of disruption. Upgrade works at London Bridge ongoing until 2018 have led to a reduced level of service on […]

“You can’t vote if you’re not registered by 20th April”

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‘You can’t vote if you’re not registered by 20 April’, that’s the message from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council. On 7 May voters will go to the polls to elect their Member of Parliament and local councillors. As a national advertising campaign is launched by the Electoral Commission to encourage voter registration ahead of the […]

Tickets on sale now for Star for a Night talent showcase

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A great night out for theatre lovers and families is on offer at the Harlequin Theatre on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 April. Star for a Night is Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s annual talent showcase for local young people, this year featuring singers, dancers and actors from local schools and colleges. “We’re extremely lucky […]

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Crispin Blunt reiterates demand for compensation for rail users

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Crispin Blunt has received the response of Patrick McLoughlin MP, the Secretary of State for Transport, to his letter of 16th February, in which Crispin Blunt again demanded compensation for local rail users suffering unacceptable levels of disruption. Upgrade works at London Bridge ongoing until 2018 have led to a reduced level of service on […]

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“You can’t vote if you’re not registered by 20th April”

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‘You can’t vote if you’re not registered by 20 April’, that’s the message from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council. On 7 May voters will go to the polls to elect their Member of Parliament and local councillors. As a national advertising campaign is launched by the Electoral Commission to encourage voter registration ahead of the […]

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Tickets on sale now for Star for a Night talent showcase

Warwick Quadrant

A great night out for theatre lovers and families is on offer at the Harlequin Theatre on Thursday 2 and Friday 3 April. Star for a Night is Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s annual talent showcase for local young people, this year featuring singers, dancers and actors from local schools and colleges. “We’re extremely lucky […]

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MPs secure assurance from the CAA that aircraft noise misery will be addressed

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Today Sir Paul Beresford, Crispin Blunt and Sam Gyimah, the Members of Parliament representing the people being overflown by the new departure Route 26 out of Gatwick, met Mark Swan, the Director for Safety and Airspace regulation for the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to discuss the CAA’s review of the implementation of PR-NAV (Precision Area […]

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Batts Hill closed for resurfacing, Tues 31 March for 2 weeks

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Following pressure from local councillors to have it included in the Project Horizon list of road improvements, Batts Hill will soon be closed for road and footway resurfacing along its full length. Weather permitting, the works will start on Tuesday 31st March, and last for 12 working days. Access to properties will be provided wherever […]

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Crispin Blunt proposes ‘Work From Home’ Day to protest at rail inaction

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Crispin Blunt MP addressed the Reigate, Redhill and District Rail Users Association AGM on Thursday 12 March to make the case for extending Oyster Zone 6 out to Gatwick. Crispin shared the impatience of rail users who are paying premium prices for their season tickets but who are facing three years of reduced services while […]

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Man pleads guilty to Redhill stabbing

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A man in his 20s who stabbed his victim during an incident in Redhill has pleaded guilty to assault. Events unfolded at around 6pm on Wednesday, 10 December, when the victim, a man in his 20s was walking along St Anne’s Drive. He was approached by a man on a moped and following an altercation, […]

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Rail users to train companies: “Make fares fair, or face the consequences.”

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Rail users from Redhill and the surrounding area have launched a new campaign to demand Southern Rail include local stations in Transport for London zone 6. Since late 2014, commuters from East Surrey stations have faced shockingly poor services to and from London. Reigate, Redhill & District Rail Users’ Association (RRDRUA) has launched a petition asking the Secretary […]

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New crackdown on drug-drivers in Surrey

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Motorists who get behind the wheel after taking drugs are to be targeted in a new road safety crackdown across Surrey and Sussex. Legislation that comes into force on 2 March sets legal limits for how much of a substance – both illegal drugs and prescription medication – motorists can have in their system while […]

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Redhill Balanced Network Newsletter – February 2015

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Balanced Network update from Surrey County Council: On 15th February the A25 through Redhill opened to two way traffic. Please take care when travelling in Redhill by vehicle, cycle or on foot. This newsletter provides an update on the town centre road works, which will be substantially complete at the end of March 2015. Due to dovetailing […]

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