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Waverley Borough Council has decided to update and extend its consultation on two proposed new orders that aim to deal with dog fouling and dog control issues in the borough. People now have until Friday 14 September to give their … Continue reading
At the invitation of Frensham Parish Council, Surrey Police and Crime Commissioner and local resident, David Munro, recently unveiled a new directional fingerpost in Frensham at the junction of Bacon Lane and the A287, near St Mary’s School. The metal … Continue reading
Frensham Parish Council were successful in their bid to secure funding to add to their much used gym equipment and a new exercise bike will be erected shortly together with some groundworks. Photo to follow.
Featuring articles on health and wellbeing, community projects, travelling around Surrey and recycling. Library news and events Spotlight on Surrey towns and villages What’s on guide Monthly competition Visit surreycc.gov.uk/surrey-matters today to browse the magazine and sign up … Continue reading
The full results of last year’s questionnaire survey of all households in the Parish, undertaken by Surrey Community Action, may be read here.
If you’re planning any DIY or building work at home, make sure you’re aware that from 1 September 2016 there will be new charges for some non-household waste at the nine community recycling centres which accept it. Charges will apply … Continue reading
All parish councils are required by The Local Government Act 1972 to hold an Annual Parish Council Meeting during May each year at which, among other things, a Chairman must be elected by councillors for the coming year. FPC also … Continue reading
On Halloween morning, a small group of us gathered our tools and set about planting Spring flowering bulbs around our village. We now have two troughs by the village shop busy with viola to cheer us on grey winter days … Continue reading
You may have noticed a new box located on the side of the village shop / parish office building, it’s a defibrillator – use it to save a life when the heart has stopped beating. Don’t be frightened to use … Continue reading