Runnymede Borough Council

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Funding confirmed for A320 Chertsey to Ottershaw improvements

Funding worth £41.8 million to make significant improvements to the A320 between Chertsey and Ottershaw has been confirmed. Surrey County Council and Runnymede Borough Council were awarded the money by Homes England’s Housing Infrastructure Fund. It will ensure there is extra capacity on this busy stretch of road to unlock future housing sites. Legal agreements … Continue reading

Surrey’s chairmen and mayors meet at County Hall

You can download this image here. Not in photo: Michael More-Molyneux, Lord Lieutenant of Surrey Mike Hodge, Mayor of Farnham Town Council Malcolm Carter, Mayor of Haslemere Town Council   Caption: County council chairman Peter Martin met with Surrey’s mayors and chairmen and the High Sheriff of Surrey for the first time since pledging his support … Continue reading

County council chairman invites Surrey’s mayors and chairmen to County Hall

You can download this image here.   Not in photo: Mark Francis, Mayor of Spelthorne Borough Council Joanne Potter, Mayor of Surrey Heath Borough Council Melanie Odell, Mayor of Haslemere Town Council   Caption: Chairman Sally Marks met with Surrey’s mayors and chairmen for the first time since pledging to promote businesses, champion the vital work of … Continue reading

Doors open at first centre in new dementia advice network

The first of a new network of advice and information centres for people with dementia in Surrey has opened its doors. It was launched at Manor Farm Centre in Egham for Older People* to mark Dementia Awareness Week and is the first of 11 wellbeing centres planned over the next four years to provide information … Continue reading

Surrey leader’s £10 million funding announcement

Surrey County Council is investing £10 million to help people stay longer in their own homes and communities. The money will be used to work with Surrey’s districts and boroughs on projects to give the elderly, disabled and those with mental health problems more choice and independence. Surrey’s leader David Hodge used the county council’s … Continue reading

Councils share premises to give older people smoother service

Vulnerable people needing care will get an even smoother service after Surrey County Council social care teams moved in with other authorities. Social workers and other staff caring for older people are sharing premises with the borough councils in Runnymede and Spelthorne. Neighbourhood police officers are also based at Runnymede* while voluntary groups helping older … Continue reading

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