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Surrey firefighters to get closer to communities to help prevent emergencies happening in the first place

Firefighters will work more closely with communities to prevent emergencies happening in the first place under a new plan to make Surrey a safer place to live. They will go into schools, colleges, workplaces, homes and support groups to help people with “lifelong” safety, protecting them not just against house fires but also other kinds … Continue reading

Five things you didn’t know you could do online with Surrey libraries

Mary Lewis, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for All-Age Learning, said: “These are just a selection of the digital services available through Surrey libraries but there is potential for us to go further and use technology in new and different ways. “We’re running a consultation on the principles that will help us reshape our library … Continue reading

ROUND-UP: Road safety show opens up to the public; Starring role for actress at library; Heathrow consultation under way

Road safety show opens up to the public A public performance of Surrey Fire and Rescue Service’s award-winning road safety show takes place in Dorking on Wednesday, November 8. Safe Drive, Stay Alive is aimed at 16 to 18-year-olds who are about to begin driving and features a live performance alongside a series of films … Continue reading

All Surrey community recycling centres to stay open under new proposal

Following the consultation on changes to Surrey’s community recycling centres, Mike Goodman, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Environment and Planning, said: “We’d like to thank residents for their feedback on our proposals – we’ve listened and as a result I’ll be recommending to the Cabinet that we keep all our community recycling centres open. … Continue reading

ROUND UP: Surrey book award shortlist revealed; Consultation on boundary review proposals

Surrey book award shortlist revealed The shortlist for an annual book award which is decided by children from 10 Surrey primary schools has been revealed by the county council’s library service. The Surrey Libraries’ Children’s Book Award celebrates the best fiction for readers aged seven to nine. The five books shortlisted this year are: • … Continue reading

Financial pressures prompt proposals for changes to fire cover in Spelthorne area

Following the launch of a consultation on proposed fire service changes in the Spelthorne area, Kay Hammond, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Associate for Community Safety Services, said: “As residents of Spelthorne are aware, we’re planning to close Sunbury and Staines fire stations and open a new one at Fordbridge – the best possible location for … Continue reading

Surrey looks to maximise value from recycling centres with new consultation

Surrey County Council has launched a consultation on ways to reduce the cost to local taxpayers of running Community Recycling Centres (CRCs) as it strives to continue providing a high-quality service in the face of growing financial pressures. The council has already made savings at CRCs by recycling more of the waste that’s dropped off … Continue reading

ROUND UP: Surrey celebrates National Libraries Day, Egham High Street consultation

Surrey celebrates National Libraries Day Libraries across Surrey are holding events to celebrate National Libraries Day on Saturday 7 February. Guildford Library is running sessions to guide people through the world of e-books and e-audiobooks while other branches are holding children’s events. More details about events can be found on the council’s website. Egham High Street … Continue reading

Surrey runs broadband industry consultation

Surrey County Council is reminding the broadband industry time is running out to take part in a consultation as part of the authority’s plans for a superfast service. Private sector businesses are being asked to outline their plans over the next three years for high-quality broadband. The aim is to confirm the picture the council … Continue reading

Chance to help shape bus services in Surrey

Surrey County Council is set to launch the third phase of a bus review that has already seen passengers have their say on shaping services while also saving £2.5 million. The final stage of the review, covering Epsom and Ewell, Mole Valley, Guildford and Waverley, starts on 1 November. A public consultation will run until … Continue reading

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