Updated 1 Sept 2015

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 Tatsfield Facebook Page

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September Parish Magazine

Now available - click HERE

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 Have your say about open spaces

It is really important that as many people as possible respond - if there is not much response we may find there won't be many Green spaces soon!

Please complete the online survey

 Lee Field

 Tandridge District Council is carrying out an Open Space Survey as part of the work on the Local Plan.TSE Research will be carrying out face to face interviews, on behalf of the Council, across the district to find out what residents think. Residents can also complete an online survey. It takes less than 5 minutes

 Click HERE for more details

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 Crime Corner

 

No crime reportedd since 23 July

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Do you have a garage to rent?

Wanted Crazy men!!! 10

Click HERE to find out who wants to rent one.

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Composting site can now accept some Green waste

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The composting site can now accept SOME green waste, but not all

For further details, click HERE

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The Living and Ageing Well in Surrey Awards 2015

 Nominations are now open

 The awards provide an exciting opportunity for individuals, many of whom are volunteers, groups and services to be acknowledged for the positive contribution they make to their local community, improving services for older people to increase wellbeing and helping people to live and age well. For full details, click HERE

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 Community recycling centres - public consultation

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Surrey County Council will be consulting with residents and businesses on possible changes to community recycling centres (CRCs). The aim is to reduce the costs of running the CRCs and ensure the council’s budget is spent on the services which residents need the most.
The consultation is running until 30 September and will gather the views of residents on options including charging for non-household waste (such as DIY waste), reducing opening hours and closure of sites.
To take part in the consultation, residents and stakeholders can complete an online survey by visiting www.surreycc.gov.uk/recyclingcentres.

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