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You may have seen the notices about roadworks starting in the town this week and wondered how to find out what is going on. The website which will keep you informed on the progress of the roadworks is https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads-and-transport/roads-and-transport-policies-plans-and-consultations/major-transport-projects/epsom-and-ewell-major-transport-schemes
Cllrs Liz Frost and Rekha Bansil have been contacted by UK Power Networks. They deliver the electricity to homes and businesses across London the East and South East of England, including Woodcote. They told them that since 2010 they have … Continue reading
Dear Counsellors Re: Fence and Wall The Brewers Fayre Epsom The directors of Abelea Green Management Company (Epsom) Limited would be grateful if you can please help us with the issues explained in the letter below. I have attached three photographs. … Continue reading
Are you a bug hunter, budding archaeologist or nature detective? Langley Vale Wood needs you! Where:Langley Vale Wood, Surrey When: Saturday 9 July Time: 11am – 4pm (minibuses will start making trips to the site from 10.30am) Booking: Essential We’re … Continue reading
Hi, Please find linked below: Woodcote-Autumn 2015 Newsletter Thank you, WERS.
Summer update – 2015 We would like to let you know about some local events and consultations that you may wish to take part in. Events Round the Borough Hike, Saturday 5th September. This is a 20 mile walk around … Continue reading
Woodland Trust, Langley Vale Centenary Wood Public Exhibition – Langley Vale Village Hall on 3rd and 4th July
There was a great deal of publicity when the Woodland Trust purchased a large parcel of land for their English WW1 wood. How fortunate we are that they chose a large part of Langley Vale Farm. Most of the land … Continue reading