North Guildford Community Warden Team
Neighbourhood & Housing Management Services Guildford Borough Council
07901 513650 – Andy
07770 887935 – Garry
07767 475822 – Tracy

Please contact the wardens if you would like your own ecopy of Newsletters

 Please find below a variety of local community news items. We are sure many will be of interest.

Kindly like our Facebook page and share across your own contacts.

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Regards,

north Guildford Community Warden Team Neighbourhood & Housing Management Services

Guildford Borough Council 01483 444150 – office 07901 513650/07770 887935 /07767 475822

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 For further Communty Information, please see all tabs, this website and notice board at the entrance to the Ashenden estate

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 Volunteering campaign, Spring 2017

Find your volunteering match

Would you like to help other people in your community, inspire a young person, take on a new challenge or use your experience in a different way? Then volunteering could be for you.

Throughout Surrey there are thousands of ways to volunteer, from driving an older person to the shops or the doctors once a week, to helping out at one-off fundraising events or conservation projects. And it’s now easier than ever to find the right volunteering role for you – just sign up via the Surrey County Council website, and in return you’ll get help finding an opportunity that fits your interests, skills and the time you have available.

Whether you’re looking for unique experiences, the chance to meet new people, a change from your day jobor skills to help you get into a chosen career, volunteering can open lots of doors. And no matter how much or little time you have to give, you’ll be making a valuable difference.

How to get involved

1)   Head to surreycc.gov.uk/volunteeror call 03456 009 009 to register your interest.

2)   Your details will be sent to your local volunteer centre, who will get in touch to arrange an informal chat in personor over the phone.

3)   Once they’ve found out a bit more about you, your volunteer centre will match you with different volunteering options and put you in touch with the charity or organisation that you’ll be helping – and your volunteering adventure can begin.

What is a volunteer centre?

Volunteer centres are a kind of matchmaking service for people who want to volunteer, and local and national charities or organisations who need people to help them. By chatting through things like interests, skills and lifestyles, volunteer centre advisors can help find the right volunteering role for anyone interested in giving it a go.

Visit surreycc.gov.uk/volunteer for details of where to find your nearest volunteer centre, along with lots of ideas and advice for volunteering in Surrey.

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Trading Standards Alerts!

If you would like alerts direct to your phone/email accounts subscribe to:trading.standards@bucksandsurreytradingstandards.gov.uk

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GBC Guildford Community Meals

Provides a hot meal up to 7 days a week to eligible residents of Guildford Borough, if the person is: unable to cook for themselves with no one available to assisit; in danger of malnitrition; unable to shop for themselves; unaware of the time or need to eat.

If you feel that you or a friend/relative meet the criteria and would benefit from the service please call 01483 503010.

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 Dementia Care

Please see estate notice board.

For further information contact Sheila Hargreave 077830 18391

www.crossroadscaresurrey.org.uk

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Parkinson’s UK

We offer support services, professional advice, nursing help and friendship to over 600 local members and their carers.

Guildford and South Surrey Branch Parkinson’s UK

Local Phone Contact Hilary Austin - 01483 422543

Guildford Area Website www.parkukguildford.co.uk

Our website offers Guildford area meetings and activities, Pilates, Gospel Choir and Speech Therapy classes, research and treatment updates, volunteering and fundraising opportunities. And you can download the latest issue of The Park, our branch newsletter.  Email parkukguildford@gmail.com

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 ROYAL SURREY COUNTY HOSPITAL JOB OPPORTUNITIES

Please see estate notice board.

If you need further information feel free to contact:

Gwen Atkinson, Resourcing Specialist Lead, Human Resources

Royal Surrey County Hospital, Egerton Road, GU2 7XX

Tel: 01483 571122 ext 6856 Email: gwen.atkinson1@nhs.net

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Step Towards Employment

Free help and advice.

The Spinney Children's Centre Job Club

Help in getting back to work.  Drop-in job club 10.30 - 12.30 every 2nd and 4th Thursday of month.

Available to parents in Westborough and Park Barn and Onslow, with children up to the age of 11yrs.

CV writing; interview skills; free IT access; employment advice; Help with job applications and job search

The Spinney Children's Centre, Guildford Grove Primary School.  GU2 8YD

01483 510570

vickylea@guildford.grove.surrey.sch.uk

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Cap Job Club

Can help you to find emploment. Free and open access

Monday, 27th February, 10-12.30 and the following 7 Mondays

St John's Stoke, Stoke Rd, GU1 1HB

to discuss how the club might help you, phone 07432 515410, or email clementdesouza@capjobclubs.org

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PROJECT ASPIRE

Positivity in Progress is working together with Project Aspire, a GBC initiative, for the benefit of the communities of Guildford.  It offers support for individuals suffering from stress, anxiety and depression; confidence building; 1 - 1 sessions; employment advice.

Please contact The Community Wardens 01483 444 150 - 01483 444 137

NGWardens@guildford.gov.uk

AAVTWardens@guildford.gov.uk

Positivity in Progress - 07561 559 191

jim@positivityinprogress.co.uk

Send a text message to 07561 559 191 and we will ring you!

EVERY PERSON MATTERS

 

Project Aspire – Surrey Youth Focus

Please do you have any spare: phones or tablets, unwanted beanbags, a power socket to charge multiple phones, an electric wok, sports equipment, art materials, a ping-pong table?

If so, youth clubs would be grateful to receive. To donate, please contact : gjoril.berg@surreyyouthfocus.org.uk

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Community Foundation for Surrey

Supports local charities, communities and voluntary groups.

Able to support a wide range of activities, awarding grants to support project costs, core costs or capital costs.

01483 478092 info@surrey.org.uk

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Surrey Prepared

Surrey County Council has worked with partners to launch the Surrey Community Resilience Partnership. The partnership will help communities build resilience and protect homes under the Surrey Prepared initiative. They have also produced short guides on preparations for local emergencies.

For more information, look at the website:

Surrey County Council - Prepare your community for emergencies or call 03456 182 861.

Do you know there is now a number to call for advice and information should you have a Power Cut? 105 is the new number to call, it is free of charge and will put you through to  your local network operator who will be able to help you.

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RECYCLING

GBC Recycling and Waste Project Officer has asked that we pass on the following message because of current recycling issues within our area.

“Please do not put black sacks in or next to your green bin as these will not be collected. Present additional recycling in carrier bags or in cardboard boxes for collection in 2 weeks’ time. Or take it to your closest bring bank.”

Information from the Cleansing Department

Please don't put black bags in your recycling, (green) bin.

Fly Tipping

Report to GBC date, time and place of incident; what waste looks like and how much; description of person or vehicle, + registration number.

www.guildford.gov.uk/flytippingandgraffiti

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As of April 2017 the new Carers Support details will be:

0303 040 1254

CarerSupport@actionforcarers.org.uk

SMS 07714 075993

or to, Maria.Hewson@actionforcarers.org.uk

07725 433274

(can send Learning and Work bulletin)

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 Sunday Assembly - From me to you

Encourages letter writing between friends and family suffering from cancer, keeping people connected at a time when they can feel most disconnected.

The Boileroom, Stokefields GU1 4LS

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Guildford Family Services Timetable, and Support Services leaflet:

Contact details:

Hazel Avenue GU1 1NR  01483 566 589

York Road GU1 4DU  01483 561 652

Facebook@ Guildford Children's Centre

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RASASC, Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre

Recruiting NOW for Telephone Helpline Volunteers

Guildford RASASC are recruiting for volunteers to work on our helpline supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse.

The Helpline is open from 7:30pm – 9:30pm, Sunday – Friday. It is a listening and support service for women and men who have experienced rape or sexual abuse, both recent and non-recent.

Volunteers are provided with an extensive training programme and are supported by regular supervision and ongoing training.

If this sounds like an apportunity you would like to be involved in, then please email

vivien@rasasc-guildford.org , for an application pack and further details of our training programme. Closing dates for applications is 19th February 2017.

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                       Sometimes it’s tough being a parent……

your help could make all the difference

Home-Start Guildford is looking for new volunteers

NEXT VOLUNTEER TRAINING COURSE

STARTS 23rd February 2017 in BURPHAM

 

Home-Start Guildford is a family support charity covering the whole of the borough of Guildford and Bookham and Fetcham in Mole Valley. We provide home-visiting volunteers with parenting experience to support families who are struggling to cope, with at least one child under five. Examples of difficulties might be: post-natal depression, illness/ disability (of parent or child), multiple births, and family breakdown.

 We believe that parents are key in creating a secure and happy environment for their children; sometimes they may need emotional or practical support to give their children the best possible start in life.   That’s where we come in – and you could too!

 Can you spare a few hours each week to help a family with young children?

  • Are you interested in learning new skills on our friendly training course?

 

Our next Volunteer Preparation Course starts 23rd February 2017, and we are recruiting now!

INTERESTED? Please call Harriet on 01483 511181, or email office@hsguildford.org.uk for more info.

Parents helping other parents – a simple idea that really works!

 www.hsguildford.org.uk                                             Registered Charity 1154609

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Stoughton Hearts & Voices Community Choir

Come and sing with us!

We invite you to join us. No singing experience necessary!!

We are a friendly community choir who meet on most Wednesday evenings at the Queen Elizabeth Park Centre in Guildford. We sing a variety of music that is all learned by ear and taught in an approachable way by our choir leader, Anthea Prince.

Whether you already sing or are looking to have a go for the first time, we would love for you to join us. We are rooted in the community of Stoughton but our members come from across Guildford and beyond!

Where?

Downstairs at the Queen Elizabeth Park Centre, Railton Road, Guildford, GU2 9LX

When?

Wednesday evenings from 7.30 to 9.00 pm

Why?

Community, fun, confidence building, meeting new people

What?

Singing in a friendly and welcoming environment

Who?

All welcome. No need to read music, we learn by ear

facebook.com/Stoughton.Hearts.Voices

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Patient passports

A patient passport has been designed for people in Surrey with various neurological

conditions so that their needs are better met during their stay in hospital.

The Long-term neurological conditions group highlighted a need to improve some of

the   terminology within the existing Patient Passports used by other groups in the County

so that people with neurological conditions were not mistakenly considered as having a

learning difficulty. The document enables individuals to highlight their needs that could

otherwise be missed or ignored. The passport can be sent to the hospital at any time

for your records and kept for personal use should you need to attend hospital. We

believe it will improve the communication between the patient and clinical staff and will

 improve the quality of hospital care. The new hospital passport is not only easy to use

but is also cost effective and is now available on the Surrey County Council website

where it can be completed online then printed off; it   is also available on Surrey

Information Point on the Health Matters page.

 

 

 

http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/social-care-and-health/care-and-support-for-adults/

care-and-support-where-to-start/surrey-disability-register   And the SIP health matters page: https://www.surreyinformationpoint.org.uk/Categories/10/Health-matters  

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The Guildford and District Branch of the RSPCA are offering low-cost cat spay/snip for both male and female cats in Guildford and the surrounding area.

As part of this special offer they are subsidising the price so it costs you just £15 to have your cat neutered and microchipped (price is for a standard, straightforward spay/snip).

This Scheme is open to all local cat owners and is not restricted to people in receipt of benefits. The charity is keen to neuter as many cats as possible, to tackle the on-going problem of unwanted kittens in the area.

Research from the latest PDSA Animal Wellbeing (PAW) Report suggests that many pet owners are left literally ‘holding the baby’ due to the rate of unplanned litters, so the timing of spaying is crucial - kittens can be spayed from four months.

“Cats can get pregnant while they are still kittens, which is why we advise that cats are spayed before they start to venture outdoors, said RSPCA Guildford & District Branch Trustee Ann Winter.

“Many people believe that cats should be allowed to have a litter of kittens before being spayed, but this simply isn’t true - the sooner a cat has been spayed, vaccinated and microchipped, the sooner she can do all the things cats enjoy doing, like exploring the outside world.

“Crucially it also gives you as the owner peace of mind that you have done everything you can to ensure the welfare of your pet.”

Do not miss out on the unique opportunity to have your cat snipped and chipped at a fraction of the normal cost. The offer is only available for a period of time whilst dedicated funding lasts, so whatever age your cat is, don’t miss out!

How the offer works

1. Simply contact one of the vets listed below to book an appointment, quoting the reference GBDEC

2. You will need to pay just £15.

3. Don’t delay – this offer runs for a limited time only and is open to both male and female cats.

Participating vets

  Alders, 137 Worplesdon Road, Guildford, GU2 9XA. 01483 536036

  Brookmead, Horsham Road, Cranleigh, GU6 8DL. 01483 274242

  Cape, 174 Epsom Road, Merrow, GU1 2RR. 01483 538990

  Hunters Lodge, Woodbridge Hill, Guildford, GU2 9AD. 01483 570782

  Pet Doctors, 81 Epsom Road, Guildford, GU1 3PA. 01483 566322

  Pet Doctors, 1 Station Row, Shalford, GU4 8BY. 01483 502057

  Pet Doctors, 67 Meadrow, Godalming, GU7 3HS. 01483 421102

  Pet Doctors, 1 Wildnerness Road, Onslow Village, (surgery will be at Guildford

  surgery), GU2 7QR. 01483 300488

  Rivendell, 24 St Johns Street, Farncombe, GU7 3EJ. 01483 421833

  Stoctons, Stocton Close, Guildford, GU1 1HR. 01483 575155

  Yewtree, Horsham Road, Cranleigh, GU6 8DP. 01483 275665

  For other participating vets please call 07906 924002.

 Please visit www.rspca-guildfordanddistrict.org.uk

or email info@rspca-guildfordanddistrict.org.uk for more information.

And for more information on cat neutering follow the following link:

https://www.rspca.org.uk/adviceandwelfare/pets/cats/health/neutering

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(Surrey Choices) Shared Lives Scheme

Surrey Choices Shared Lives carers make a positive difference to someone’s life by supporting (in their own home) adults with learning and physical disabilities, mental health issues, people on the pathway to dementia or with other additional needs.

 This arrangement could be long term, for short breaks or day support. Surrey Choices Shared Lives scheme recruits, trains, assesses and approves Shared Lives carers who can then offer day support, short breaks and long-term support to adults with a range of needs.

 The role of the Shared Lives carer is to:

• Provide support to the customer in the Shared Lives carer’s own home

• Enable the customer to become part of the Shared Lives carer’s family and local community life

• Support the customer to develop independent living skills

• Maintain customer’s wellbeing and achieve their personal goals

 Our Shared Lives carers talk about their role as one of the most rewarding and fulfilling things to do and they thoroughly enjoy time they spend with the people they support.

There are also many other benefits including:

• Flexible hours

• Competitive rates of pay with tax breaks

• An ability to work from home

• 4 weeks annual leave (if supporting someone long term)

The Shared Lives scheme provides ongoing training, support via visits and telephone advice to all carers.

Those receiving support enjoy a personalised service with a family dedicated to their care.

Shared Lives is a community based and valuable alternative to residential care homes, supported living, respite and day centres.

To find out more about Surrey Choices Shared Lives service or to apply to become a Shared Lives carer, please contact: 01483 806806, http://info@surreychoices.com

Or visit http://www.surreychoices.com/shared--‐lives/

This service is regulated by the Care Quality Commission

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Westborough Allotments Facebook Page

We thought you might be interested in our FB page for Westborough Allotments at Aldershot Road.

We would love more local residents to apply for plots with us.

WASHA (Westborough Allotments Self Help Association) is a local group on the site, that supports the work of Guildford Allotment Society.  We help tenants and keep the site looking lovely, in addition to taking excess produce to local churches, charity and food banks throughout the year.

https://www.facebook.com/AldershotRoadGuildford/

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Volunteering

Benefits of Volunteering

 Meeting new people and making new friends

 Making a difference to your local community

 Gaining valuable work experience

 Learning new skills

 Building your confidence and self esteem

 What we will do to help you

Find you the perfect volunteer role that compliments your interests, experience and skills.

We can attend interviews with you

We will support you on your first day of volunteering

We offer volunteering taster sessions

Supporting you into Volunteering

 VOLUNTEERING It’s for everybody

Denise Graves

Guildford & Surrey Heath

D.graves@vasws.org.uk

07825 417204

 

Lorraine Yates

Waverley

L.yates@vasws.org.uk

07775 556772

@VASWS

www.voluntaryactionsws.org.uk

 

Denise and Lorraine are your

Welcome to Volunteering Coordinators

 39 Castle Street, Guildford, GU1 3UQ

Email: info@vasws.org.uk

Telephone: 01483 504 626

Charity number 1116293

Company number 05841344

 www.facebook.com/volaction

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 FOOTBALL

#Fridaykickabout

EVERY FRIDAY for 11-18yr olds

6:00—7:30pm

@Kings College Sports Hall

First week FREE

(Then just £2 each week into the kitty)

SESSIONS START AGAIN

Friday 3rd Feb

In Sports Hall —wear trainers and bring a water bottle

email dawn.davies11@btinternet.com to check that sessions are running

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Yoga at Park Barn

Are you interested in Yoga to help with your mental health?

Oakleaf are holding FREE Yoga sessions in Park Barn in Guildford

Oakleaf Enterprise is a local mental health charity who have been supporting local people for the last 19 years. Our yoga sessions are designed to help with relaxation, anxiety management and dealing with stress.

You will  need to wear clothes that aren’t too restricting and to bring your own mat if possible.

Yoga is very good exercise for both the body and mind, and involves gentle stretching and breathing exercises. Beginners welcome.

Commencing Monday 7th November @2pm in St Claire’s Church Park Barn

If you would like to come along or find out more then please call Annalise or Paul at Oakleaf on 01483 303649

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During Guildford Games, Richard asked some of the exhibitors to explain a little about their group or organisation.  The following is a selection from those he spoke to:

YMCA Cafe

The YMCA Cafe in Bridges St is open to the publicfrom 7.30am - 3.20pm Mon to Fri. Enjoy breakfast, coffee and cake, or lunch cooked to order in the bright, cheerful space overlooking the river.  Prices are very competitivend there is a delicious choice of food options.  Supporting the YMCA Cafe also supports the YMCA's work with local young people.

Crossroads Care Surrey - Leading provider of respite breaks to Carers

Crossroads holds the Guildford Saturday Club at the Park Barn Day Centre, GU2 8EN, on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 11am - 3pm.  The £20 cost includes a hot meal.  The Club is suitable for adults with varying disabilities, general health needs, and first stage dementia.

Oakleaf - Making life work with mental illness

Oakleaf is the only mental health charity in Surrey working as a social enterprise to provide vocational training for those suffereing from mental health issues.

Oakleaf also operates as a social enterprise selling high quality upholstery, gardening, print finishng and fulfilment services at competetive rates.

The Surrey Hubs

The Surrey Hubs are local services that provide information and support to help people stay independent.  The Surrey Hubs offer access to advice and signposting to services for disabled people, older people, carers, families and the wider community.

The GuildfordHub is at: Park Barn Day Centre, every Wednesday, 10am - 1pm; Guildford Library, every Wednesday, 1.30pm - 3.30pm

Guildford Council Offices, every Friday, 10am - 1pm

Surrey Rollerboys - Surrey Roller Boys - Home

Founded in June 2013, Surrey Roller Boys started as a handful of ‘Surrey Roller Girls' referees who were interested in getting their game on and playing roller derby. The team is based in Guildford, and currently runs men's and co-ed training sessions every Tuesday from 9pm-11pm.

Muddy Boots

Monday Muddy Boots group invites you to join them on easy flat walks across Whitmoor Common. Walks start at the QE Park Centre (GU2 9JX) every Monday at 10am.  For details contact John and Jean Cattermole, 01483 232657 or at j_j_cattermole@hotmail.com

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FREE Rooms for local charities

FREE rooms for local charities

The University of Surrey is offering local, registered charities free meeting rooms during evenings and weekends.

Rooms can be booked at Surrey Technology Centre, based on Surrey Research Park, on weekdays from 5.30pm - 9pm and between 10am and 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays.

Free parking is also available.

For more information, see page 2 of the recently delivered copy of - Your University paper, Autumn 2016 or email: n.beesly@surrey.ac.uk

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 Additional Community Notices

For additional event details please contact your local Community Warden Team

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1. Get Active over 50s Swimming - see community info tab.

2. Karate Classes                                          ''

3. Taiso - the Art of Gentle Exercise             ''

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Guildford's Repair Cafe

Cabell Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 8JH

10am - 12 noon

What do you do with a chair with a wobbly leg? Throw it away? No Way!

Come and repair it at Guildford's Monthly Repair Cafe

Guildford's monthly repair cafe is here to help reduce waste sent to landfill in order to save money and resources! Learn how to repair items yourself Receive practical help and advice Meet others, be inspired and share ideas Everyone is welcome For more information please contact: climatechange@guildford.gov.uk Telephone: 01483 444509 www.guildford.gov.uk/repaircafe

Lilliput 2012 What do you do with a chair when the leg has come loose? With a toaster that nolongerworks? Or awoollen jumper with mothholes? Toss it? No way! YoucanrepairitatRepairCafé!www.repaircafe.nl Voluntary donations welcome www.repaircafe.org Bring your clothes and come and learn how to make your own repairs.

Guildford Park Barn Community Centre

 Sat 11 March 2017. We have a friendly team of DIY experts, seamstresses, electricians and bike mechanics. Bring along any clean clothes, furniture, toys, electricals etc in need of attention. 86% Repair rate in the last 12 months

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Isolated Older People Project

This month we have visited a number of roads in Stoke and found some interesting issues with tenants, which we have been able to help and support. In addition, new signage for Laburnum Close has now been installed. This was at the request of residents following recent visits.

Crossroads Care Surrey

Who are Crossroads Care? Crossroads Care Surrey is a leading registered Charity that has been supporting Carers for over 30 years. Not only does Crossroads Care understand the invaluable job carers do, they also appreciate the impact that being on call, 24/7 for many years can take on personal health.

To get in touch and find out more please contact our Surrey Adult Clubs and Volunteer Co-ordinator, Sheila Hargreave: T: 07783 018391 E: clubs@crossroadscaresurrey.org.uk W: www.crossroadscaresurrey.org.uk

The Fairlands Walk Group

Fairlands Walk Group – offers FREE walks from the Farmhouse Café at Rokers (GU3 3PB) every WEDNESDAY morning. Meet at 9.45am for an hour or 30 minute walk. If you are recovering or can only walk short distances at a slower pace then our 30-minute walk would be ideal for you.

This walk is for anyone who would like to join a walk group but is afraid they may hold others up. We have extra help for this very reason so please come along and give it a try. The one-hour walk is at a faster stroll. We walk across Merrist Wood campus, or towards Perry Hill and back. An easy flattish walk.

Optional coffee afterwards at the Farmhouse Café to chat and meet new friends. For further information, please contact Julie Webb on: T: 01483 235695 or 07873 339374 E: cobweb363@virginmedia.com    All abilities welcome.  All walks led by trained volunteer walk leaders.

Surrey Save Credit Union

Surrey Save is Surrey’s own Credit Union. A number of local authorities, including Guildford Borough Council, recommend the services it provides. The interest rates it offers to borrowers compares very favourably with those offered by all the better-known High Street lenders. It also encourages the good habit of saving. If you have a less than perfect credit rating, need to consolidate your debts or simply need more money in your pocket at the end of each month, a Surrey Save Loan may be able to help! Surrey Save offer quick and easy loans as well as simple savings accounts.

Simple Savings and Sensible Loans from your Community Bank! *Borrow from £250 to £7500 Apr 8.5% - 42.6% Consolidate those high interest debts Competitive Rates Apply online for a quick decision *Terms and conditions apply. Visit www.surreysave.co.uk or call 01932 339 290 and See Community Information tab, this website

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 Park Barn Centre – NEW Coffee Shop. Open 9.30am – 3.30pm daily. Have you tried it yet? Coffees, cold drinks, sandwiches, homemade cakes, ice creams … great prices. Everyone very welcome! (find us behind Kings College School)

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Do not forget to keep checking local area noticeboards for updates too!

Community Warden Office

The team are now working fully out of the new office based at The Park Barn Social Centre, Park Barn Drive. You are welcome to visit at any time. The team are in the office on the 1st floor, first door at top of stairs (enter dark green door from side path).

If you have a community notice or event information that you would like included in future newsletters, please email the details and we will do our best to include them.