Monthly Archives: October 2011

Popular Pumpkin Patrols back on the road as police and partners target anti-social behaviour

HALLOWEEN and Bonfire Night are here again! Following successful campaigns over the last few years Surrey Police’s Pumpkin Patrols are returning to the county’s streets as part of a two-week operation to target anti-social behaviour. There will be additional police … Continue reading

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Residents warned to keep car keys out of sight following burglaries across Surrey

Surrey Police is warning residents to keep car keys safe and out of sight following a series of burglaries across the county. Officers have been called to a number of incidents over the last week in which burglars have stolen keys … Continue reading

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Aldershot Town vs. Man Utd preparations – Video blog – (Via getHAMPSHIRE)

Cant see video player? Click here Check out the getHAMPSHIRE Aldershot Town vs Man Utd Micro Site With thanks getHampshire

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Egham Planned Gravel Extraction Site – Objection Period Nearing An End

Land on the south side of Egham Town, behind Manorcroft School and down past Procter & Gamble and Great Fosters towards Virginia Water, has been earmarked by Surrey County Council as a possible site for gravel extraction and a concrete … Continue reading

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100k exhibition funded by SCC to forge econmic links with China. Justified or waste of money? – Podcast & poll

Please listen to pod cast and then complete poll below Pod cast with thanks BBC Surrey Radio

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Surrey County Council Leader David Hodge video blog – Via getSURREY

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101 – The police non-emergency number

101 is the number to call when you want to contact your local police – when it’s less urgent than a 999 call. 101 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Roll-out The 101 number is being … Continue reading

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