Welcome to Wotton.
Wotton Parish Council is the level of local government closest to the community. The council gives a voice to local people in raising and highlighting issues that affect their lives and those in the wider community. A full list of the council's services is given in the What we do section.
This website serves as both an information exchange and a comprehensive one-stop reference guide for locals and visitors. It is fully accessible on mobile devices.
The next Wotton Parish Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 8th January 2019 at 1900 in the Wotton Village Hall.
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WE REMEMBER THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
One hundred years after the close of the First World War their sacrifice will not be forgotten.
MOONSHOTS & MISCHIEF
Teenage Confessions of a Holmbury Bonfire Boy
DRIVING IN THE SURREY HILLS - A SURVIVORS GUIDE
What's the next thing that's out to get me? All is revealed
THE WEATHER IS CHANGING
Frosts, leaf mayhem, muddy footpaths & long cold nights. Winter is here.
Not everyone can get around easily, so now is the time to keep an eye on vulnerable and elderly neighbours to make sure they are prepared for the days ahead. See the checklist
COUNTRYSIDE CONSULTATION - have your say
Surrey County Council is asking residents to help shape plans for Surrey County Council’s Countryside Estate - the 10,000 acres of the Surrey countryside open to the public to visit, and which is overseen by the Surrey Wildlife Trust - for the next 25 years.
The plans will help form a strategy which will look at how the County Council will care for the Countryside Estate and protect it for future generations. It runs alongside a programme to make the countryside estate self-funding - and the consultation will help shape how the money from the new parking charges will be spent.
Add your voice to the consultation by clicking here. The closing date for comments is 3 December 2018.
MESSAGE IN A BOTTLE
One was afloat for 101 years and was only recently found in the Baltic Sea. A message in a bottle can also save a life.
GO BILLY GO!
Congratulations to Billy the Postman for completing the Prudential RideLondon Cycle Race against everything the elements could throw at him.
‘The rain was challenging and the gusty wind was so bad it blew me right across the road at one point. Leith Hill was fine, but the worst part was the long drag from Ripley. 100 miles is about my limit, but by the time I reached the finishing line at Buckingham Palace I felt as if I could have done it all over again!’
What did Billy do on Monday morning to relax on his day off? ‘Oh, I just went to the gym!’
See more photos of Billy with friends, Chris and Graham from Dorking Post Office, raising money for the local charity, Eikon.
HYPERFAST BROADBAND COMING TO WOTTON?
THE WOTTON & ABINGER FLOWER SHOW 2018
Well done to the flower show team and competitors for a great afternoon at Wotton House. See some of the Photos.