Monthly Archives: January 2011

Hundreds of county council jobs set to be lost (Via getsurrey) (via Surrey Residents)

A UNION has warned of potential strike action after Surrey County Council revealed that up to 650 job posts could be lost over the next four years as it tries to save more than £200m. via Hundreds of county council … Continue reading

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Coming Soon – the Chertsey Society

The Chertsey Society is meeting at St Peter’s Church hall at 1945 hrs on Monday 31st January 2011. It usually has a great turn out – Will you be there?

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Youth Conference 27th January

Thorpe Park was the venue for the second Runnymede Youth Conference. Five hundred young people of all abilities came together to discover more about moving up to college and work. The event was opened by the publicist Max Clifford and … Continue reading

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Under starter’s orders in the race to save lives (via Surrey Residents)

Big hearted supporters of a Surrey hospital are being urged to dust off their running shoes to help secure the future of a life-saving service. The Frimley Park Hospital 10k Road race and 2.5k Fun Run on Sunday 10 April … Continue reading

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Brooklands Motor Project gives young people a second chance (via Surrey Residents)

Channel Surrey reporter, Mary, rolls up her sleeves at Brooklands.  The home of all things automotive in Surrey, the motorsport and aviation museum is also hosting a ground-breaking new project designed to give young people mechanic skills. A group of … Continue reading

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Runnymede Youth Conference 2011

  One day to go before students from Runnymede will decend on Thorpe Park! Around 500 young people (in Year 10) from Runnymede’s schools will have with an opportunity to gain IAG (information, advice and guidance) from both educational establishments and … Continue reading

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News and Views from the Neighbourhood Watch Desk.

Welcome to our annual Neighbourhood Watch newsletter and we at the NHW desk hope that you were lucky enough to have an incident free year in your watch and that we did not have reason to contact you. We have … Continue reading

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Podcast – Andrew Robertshaw on preserving the military heritage of Deepcut (via Surrey Heath Residents Web Blog)

Recently, Andy Robertshaw, author, broadcaster and the curator at the Royal Logistic Corps Museum recorded a series of podcasts for the Surrey Residents Network. One of the podcasts produced a genius idea to help preserve the military heritage of Deepcut … Continue reading

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Complaints of Anti-Social parking – Addlestone

Anita Clark, Addlestone’s Neighbourhood Specialist (Police) Officer says that at a recent Panel Meeting residents reported that it seems to have become the norm for motorists to park in the bus stop on Station Road Addlestone outside Lloyds Bank. This sometimes … Continue reading

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FebEx 2011 – Alton Model Railway Group (via Surrey Heath Residents Web Blog)

Every February the Alton Model Railway Group holds an exhibition at Eggars School (Alton in Hampshire, easily accessed via the A31).   I have no idea how many years this exhibition has now been running but I have been visiting … Continue reading

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