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ROUND UP: Have your say on fire safety plan; Fostering events in Surrey

Have your say on fire safety plan

People are being invited to have their say on the fire and rescue service’s Public Safety Plan for the county at a series of public meetings.

The 10-year plan sets out how firefighters will respond to a greater number and wider range of call-outs while also making efficiency savings through working more closely with other emergency services.

A public consultation runs until Tuesday 7 June with all the public meetings taking place this month.

They will give residents a chance to share their views on the plans, meet firefighters and get safety advice.

The events are being held at fire stations in Chertsey, Reigate and Guildford, with the first event taking place on Saturday 7 May from 11am-1pm at Chertsey Fire Station. Full details can be found online.

People who cannot go to any of the three meetings can still have their say by completing an online survey or emailing with the subject title ‘PSP consultation’. 


Fostering events in Surrey

Potential foster carers can find out more about the role at two events being held this month by Surrey County Council.

The sessions will see people who foster, children they look after and care leavers talk about their experiences.

Those interested in attending do not need to book and can drop in anytime between 7pm and 9pm at the events being held on:

  • Wednesday 18 May at George Abbot School, Woodruff Avenue, Guildford GU1 1XX.
  • Tuesday 31 May at Heathside Community Centre, Martindale Avenue, Camberley GU15 1BB.

Anyone interested in fostering a child can contact the service by emailing


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