Monthly Archives: September 2011

Meet Your Local Evironmental Protection Team

Runnymede Borough Council’s Environmental Protection Team will be at the United Church of Egham, High Street, Egham between the 10:30am and 2:00pm on the 7th October. They can assist you with issues including: Noise problems / concerns Fly tipping / waste … Continue reading

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Steps Across Surrey 3 Peaks 2011 – Completed!

Well, That’s that as they say! and I’m delighted to report that both Lucy and I made it. Yes we walked the full 26 miles, some of it in torrential rain. The views around Dorking are so good that you … Continue reading

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Surrey County Council majority Conservative group elects new leader

David Hodge has today (Friday 23 September) been elected as the new leader of the Conservative group at Surrey County Council, following Andrew Povey’s resignation as group leader. Mr Hodge was overwhelmingly endorsed during a meeting of Conservative councillors at … Continue reading

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England stars support Funky Footwear Friday – Surrey Air Ambulance (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

John Terry and Frank Lampard have pledged their support to Kent , Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance by donating two pairs of football boots to an eBay auction for the charity. The Chelsea and England stars have personally signed a … Continue reading

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Ken Clarke launches Surrey Heath e-museum – podcast (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

This idea is gathering momentum in Surrey Heath and I think could be very well received in Runnymede which of course has its own very rich and illustrious history. If there are any local amateur historians in Runnymede who would … Continue reading

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Andrew Robertshaw on the History of the RLC – e-museum series (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

I recorded this podcast by clipping my miniature mp3 recording device to Andrew Robertshaw at a Windlesham Parish Council meeting while he gave a fascinating talk on the History of the Royal Logistic Corps. It was in fact recorded earlier … Continue reading

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Warning over illegal Olympic ticket sales

The illegal sale of tickets for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games has sparked a warning from Surrey County Council Trading Standards after sports fans were left out of pocket. A host of unofficial websites are offering tickets for sale … Continue reading

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Surrey Camp – Future Surrey (Video blog) (via Surrey Heath Residents Blog)

Yesterday I attended Surrey Camp at the University of Surrey. Rather than trying to explain what Surrey Camp was all about I recorded a video blog with some of participants which you can view below. The day was made up … Continue reading

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Egham Residents Association – Egham people involved in Egham issues!

The Egham Residents Association is campaigning against the Aggregates Recycling Proposal because of the threat of POORER AIR QUALITY + MORE CONGESTED ROADS (+ FLOODING) = WORSE QUALITY OF LIFE & FALLING HOUSE PRICES. The Aggregates Recycling Proposal is currently … Continue reading

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Steps Across Surrey 3 Peaks 2011

Tomorrow (Saturday 14th of Sept) Lucy and I will be attempting the Surrey Three Peaks. This is a marathon walkd and although the ‘peaks*’ are not too challenging in themselves the walk betyween them is! This is our second attempt … Continue reading

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