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Surrey rogue trader and money launderer son ordered to pay back more than £250,000 to scam victims

A Surrey rogue trader and his money launderer son have been ordered to return more than £250,000 to elderly residents who were charged extortionate sums for shoddy roofing and building work. Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards took John Green Senior and John Green Junior to court to recover as much as possible from the proceeds … Continue reading

VIDEO: Take a tour of the new Merstham library

  Take a look inside the new Merstham library, which has opened as part of a scheme to give the area a facelift. As well as a range of adult and children’s fiction and non-fiction, it boasts internet-connected computer terminals, laptop plug-in points and free wi-fi. CD audiobooks and DVDs are available for hire and … Continue reading

Trading Standards intercepts dangerous baby toys

With seams that come apart in your hands and beaded eyes that fall off with barely a tug, these toys are among the dangerous products that Surrey trading standards officers have stopped from ever reaching consumers. The soft toys were attached to baby play gyms designed for young babies. They were part of a large … Continue reading

Sniffer dogs to take centre stage at roadshows highlighting illegal tobacco trade

Specially trained sniffer dog Phoebe will showcase her skills at roadshows around Surrey to highlight the dangers of illegal tobacco. Phoebe (pictured) will join trading standards and public health teams in Redhill, Woking, Staines and Guildford next week as part of a crackdown on the counterfeit tobacco trade. The roadshows aim to raise awareness of … Continue reading

Historic race closes world’s greatest festival of cycling

Following the weekend’s Prudential Ride London-Surrey events Denise Turner-Stewart, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities, said: “Surrey has once again played host to amateur and world-famous cyclists alike riding through the county’s scenic countryside. “It’s fantastic to see cheering crowds lining the streets as Prudential RideLondon showcases Surrey to a global audience, raising millions for … Continue reading

Surrey Cabinet Member to drop the flag on the fifth Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic

Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Communities will drop the flag on the elite Prudential RideLondon cycle race taking place in Surrey on Sunday. Denise Turner-Stewart is joint official starter for the race which boasts a line-up of international cycling stars including Michael Matthews, Mat Hayman, Elia Viviani, Andre Greipel and JP Drucker as well … Continue reading

London Marathon Charitable Trust awards £265,000 to Surrey projects

More than £265,000 has been awarded to Surrey-based sports projects by the London Marathon Charitable Trust. The Trust’s Board agreed the funding for five projects in Surrey to provide facilities to increase physical activity, sport and play. The grants include £100,000 to West End Bowls Club, Surrey Heath, and £75,000 to Abbey Rangers Football Club, Addlestone. The London Marathon Charitable Trust … Continue reading

Surrey history treasure trove achieves national accreditation

Surrey County Council’s History Centre has been accredited for its care in preserving nine centuries of Surrey’s heritage. The centre in Woking was awarded Archive Service Accreditation by the UK Archive Service Accreditation Committee for demonstrating high standards in looking after records and making them accessible to the public. Surrey History Centre is the county’s record office and … Continue reading

MAP: RideLondon’s £2.3million boost for Surrey good causes

Community groups and charities have secured almost £2.3million thanks to Surrey’s role in the Prudential RideLondon cycling festival over the past four years. Sixty-seven Surrey organisations have been handed grants from the London Marathon Charitable Trust, which gives out proceeds from RideLondon, since the inaugural event in 2013. The latest groups to receive grants are … Continue reading

Surrey retailer fined for selling dangerous amber baby teething products

A Surrey businesswoman who sold amber teething products for babies which posed a choking risk has been ordered to pay fines and costs of £1,100. Kathryn Overington was fined £500 with costs of £600 following an investigation by Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards. She was sentenced at Guildford Magistrates Court after pleading guilty to three … Continue reading

Trading standards impound 800 fidget spinners over safety fears

Trading standards officers have impounded 800 fidget spinners destined for UK stores amid fears they pose a safety risk. Surrey-based officers intercepted a £4,000 consignment imported from China through Heathrow Airport after finding that warnings on the packaging about the choking hazard to young children were barely visible. The toys, which were inspected in Surrey … Continue reading

Surrey’s role in the fight for women’s voting rights to be celebrated thanks to £100,000 National Lottery grant

A project to commemorate Surrey’s role in the fight for women’s right to vote has won a National Lottery grant of almost £100,000. Surrey County Council’s History Centre has been awarded the grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to explore and chronicle the contributions that local people made to the cause of women’s suffrage. Surrey … Continue reading

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service and RNLI join forces to promote water safety

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service is getting on board with the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, to help prevent people losing their lives through drowning. The initiative is backed by other Surrey emergency services and Runnymede, Spelthorne and Elmbridge borough councils.   With drowning now a bigger cause of death in Surrey than accidental house fires, the fire … Continue reading

VIDEO: Leader’s speech to council’s annual meeting

After being re-elected Surrey Leader today at the county council’s annual meeting, David Hodge: says thoughts are with “those who have been affected by the terrible events in Manchester last night” welcomes Mary Lewis, Denise Turner-Stewart, Colin Kemp and Tim Oliver to the new Cabinet and John Furey as Deputy Leader outlines challenges as funding … Continue reading

Denise Turner-Stewart wins county council by-election

Conservative Denise Turner-Stewart has won the Surrey County Council by-election for the Staines South and Ashford West Division. She was elected as the county councillor after securing 1,585 votes – 890 more than nearest rival Peter Appleford (UK Independence Party (UKIP). The by-election was called after Daniel Jenkins (UK Independence Party (UKIP) stood down. By-election votes: Peter Appleford (UK Independence … Continue reading

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