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Serious concerns about where ‘Plan E’ is heading and its future impact on the town centre
Please find linked below a letter from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey on Surrey Police Estates Programme. 2018-03-07 Ltr to Cllr Ken Harwood, cc All members of the Police and Crime Panel (1) Regards WERS
We have been made aware of a consultation from South Western Railway on whether to run a service on Boxing Day. The PDF version of the letter is linked below: Boxing Day Services Consultation Letter Thank you. WERS.
Please find attached below the Annual General Meeting minutes from 2017. WERS AGM MINUTES 2017v2 Thank you. Steven McCormick Chairman
Please find attached below the AGM minutes from our 2016 meeting. WERS AGM MINUTES 2016v2 Thank you. Steven McCormick Chairman
The New Men’s Group is aimed at men who are in and around retirement age and older, living in the borough of Epsom & Ewell, who may need some support to get out and about and engage in activities or … Continue reading
A post from the Surrey Residents Network makes interesting reading: Surrey County Council statement on Bureau of Investigative Journalism report https://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/stories/2018-02-07/is-surrey-the-next-council-in-crisis
£2,000 fine and driving ban following fly tip on Epsom Common Epsom & Ewell Borough Council has reinforced it’s tough stance on fly-tipping following a successful prosecution of a Mitcham man whose failure to exercise proper care resulted in the … Continue reading
To whom it may concern. A provisional date of 14th March 2018 has been set for the Annual General Meeting of the Woodcote (Epsom) Resident’s Society. Venue and time to be confirmed in due course and good time.
An interesting article on proposed council tax funding for 2018/19. Council Tax 2018/19 – Have your say on proposed police funding Contained within the link above is the following text: Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) David Munro is asking Surrey’s residents as he … Continue reading