#NVRD – Join the drive and register to vote today

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Reigate & Banstead Borough Council is encouraging anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive this week and go online now to register. On Thursday 5 May 2016 voters in Reigate & Banstead will go to the polls to elect local councillors and a Police and Crime Commissioner for […]

Body Worn Video cameras to become available for Surrey Police officers

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Improved evidence capturing and quicker outcomes for victims are just two of the benefits of new Body Worn Video cameras that will be available to Surrey Police officers in the future. The initiative, supported by and using funds made available by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, will see the Force take on […]

Crispin Blunt to take case for fair fares to rail regulator as Minister rejects Zone 6 proposal

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In a letter to Crispin Blunt MP, Rail Minister, Claire Perry MP, has rejected local Rail Users calls for Oyster Zone 6 to be extended to Redhill, Reigate, Merstham, Earlswood and Salfords stations. The petition for Zone 6 has been supported by 3,281 passengers, advocated by the Reigate, Redhill and District Rail Users Association and […]

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#NVRD – Join the drive and register to vote today

Casting-vote-ballot-box

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council is encouraging anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive this week and go online now to register. On Thursday 5 May 2016 voters in Reigate & Banstead will go to the polls to elect local councillors and a Police and Crime Commissioner for […]

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Body Worn Video cameras to become available for Surrey Police officers

PCSO-and-NSO-Surrey-Police

Improved evidence capturing and quicker outcomes for victims are just two of the benefits of new Body Worn Video cameras that will be available to Surrey Police officers in the future. The initiative, supported by and using funds made available by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner, will see the Force take on […]

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Crispin Blunt to take case for fair fares to rail regulator as Minister rejects Zone 6 proposal

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In a letter to Crispin Blunt MP, Rail Minister, Claire Perry MP, has rejected local Rail Users calls for Oyster Zone 6 to be extended to Redhill, Reigate, Merstham, Earlswood and Salfords stations. The petition for Zone 6 has been supported by 3,281 passengers, advocated by the Reigate, Redhill and District Rail Users Association and […]

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Family Bowls Day – open to all, Sunday 10th January

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  Doynings Indoor Bowls Club are holding an open day for young people and their families to come and try indoor bowls – all are welcome, from beginner to expert, and there will be prizes! Further details are available from Ann on 020 8660 9817 or abrown@mac1systems.com. The full flyer is here: Open Day Donyngs

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Applications to the Mayor’s Trust Fund, for those in need, can now be made online

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The Mayor’s Trust Fund has been running since 1981, with each year’s Mayor raising funds with the purpose of assisting the Borough’s less fortunate residents by providing support to help make a small difference in their lives that otherwise might not be possible by other sources of funding. It is now possible to find out […]

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Crispin Blunt MP demands a fair hearing for the case for Oyster Zone 6

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Crispin Blunt MP has written to the Rail Minister demanding proper consideration of the case for introducing Oyster Zone 6 to Reigate, Redhill, Merstham, Earlswood and Salfords stations. Crispin Blunt and members of the Reigate and Redhill Rail Users Association met with the Minister, Claire Perry MP, on 22nd October to highlight the higher fares […]

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Reigate & Banstead Borough Council identified as leading council following Local Government Association review

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Reigate & Banstead Borough Council, serving some 140,000 residents and over 6,700 businesses in the largest borough or district in Surrey, has been described as a leading council, ambitious, confident and high achieving with high resident satisfaction, following a Corporate Peer Challenge led by the Local Government Association (LGA). The Challenge also highlighted the Council’s […]

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Paving repairs in Station Road this week

A gang will be working on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week (commencing 23rd November) to repair/relay faulty dark grey diagonal paving on Station Road west. This is a precursor to the work being carried out in Maple Square in the New Year.

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Crispin Blunt MP highlights £250,000 BIFFA Award funding for community projects

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Crispin Blunt MP calls on local communities to come forward with proposals to tap into Biffa Award funding. Biffa have confirmed that the Biffa Award will consider directly supporting projects local to the Biffa landfill site in Redhill, within a five mile radius. There is a pot of some £250,000 to be tapped into, which […]

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Warwick Quadrant, Redhill Redevelopment newsletter, and information event on 26 November

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Sainsbury’s and Aviva have produced the attached newsletter, regarding the redevelopment of Warwick Quadrant, which has been delivered to local residents.  Note that there will be an information event on Thursday 26 November, between 4pm and 8pm at the Warwick Quadrant Redevelopment Information Centre. The information centre is situated in the old Mothercare shop, next to […]

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