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New library opens in Horley

Horley’s new library is now open in a convenient town centre location. The library has moved from its previous outdated premises to a new site near the train station and shops. As well as a refreshed selection of books and an expanded study area, the new library boasts a flexible open-plan layout allowing it to … Continue reading

VIDEO: Latest updates on work taking place on Surrey’s roads

Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, provides the latest news on work taking place on Surrey’s roads. Updates include Young Street in Fetcham, South Street in Epsom and Operation Horizon work to improve our roads in Wonnersh and Smallfield.  

VIDEO: Tina Thorburn rounds up the work taking place on Surrey’s roads

Tina Thorburn, from the county council’s highways team, gives an update on the work taking place on Surrey’s roads. In the video below she provides the latest information about the Runnymede roundabout scheme to reduce congestion and drainage work in Redhill and Horley.

AUDIO: BBC Surrey features council’s bid for funding to improve safety on A217

Road Safety Foundation research director Dr Suzy Charman and Duncan Knox, from Surrey County Council’s road safety team, discuss the authority’s planned bid for up to £900,000 of funding to make improvements to the A217 between Reigate and Horley with BBC Surrey presenter James Cannon. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey

Two new fire stations planned in Surrey

Two new fire stations will open under plans to keep Surrey safe for years to come. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service has put forward proposals for new stations at Salfords, near Horley, and Burgh Heath that would mean crews getting to emergencies faster. They would create a chain of fire engines in east Surrey – … Continue reading

Kay Hammond interviewed about Horley fire station

Cabinet Member for Community Safety Kay Hammond was interviewed on BBC Surrey about plans to continue providing fire cover to Horley residents when West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service remove their fire engine. -Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey  

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