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Elmbridge government Planning

Manby Lodge School Artificial Pitch & Garden Area

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Manby Lodge School Artificial Pitch & Garden Area – £17,000 (matched by £15,000) – score 74% The application is to install an artificial grass pitch and enlarge the garden area. The project would replace the ball court area […]

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Elmbridge government Planning

Heathside School Paved Area & Outdoor Shelter

Weybridge CIL board has received bids for £413,000 and has a fund of £510,000 derived from CIL. Heathside School Paved Area & Outdoor Shelter – £58,859 (matched by £47,000) – score 74% The application is to install a canopy and paved area to create an outdoor shelter. Area that is created would provide the additional […]

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Culture Events Leisure Town Centre Weybridge

Merry Christmas Weybridge

This Saturday afternoon, Weybridge annual Christmas market and the lighting of the Christmas tree, organised by the Weybridge Town Business Group. Market – 1pm to 6pm The artisan, food and craft market will be held in Baker Street.  Many popular stallholders from previous market events are returning with their unique Christmas food & gift Ideas.  […]

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Health Surrey government Weybridge

Can we afford to lose Weybridge Children’s Centre

Surrey County’s financial difficulties are putting at risk one of the most useful and effective community services in Weybridge – the Sure Start for All Children’s Centre, based in Churchfields. Who needs help? Surrey says that the closure of this, and other centres is necessary as it wishes to target those children “most in need”. […]

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Education Health Social Care Surrey government

Special Educational Needs and Disability 

Surrey county is undertaken several consultations and it is seeking your views by 4 January 2019 to help it shape the special educational needs and disability (Send) services throughout Surrey for the future Surrey says that its draft strategy includes proposals for giving support as early as possible, which would be better for those who need […]

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Education Parking Safety Town Centre Weybridge

Getting to grips with parking – the basics

Residents’ concern As a recently elected councillor, I find that parking is one of the top topics that people raise with me. Issues I have been dealing with both before the election and now are: unreasonable and dangerous parking by parents around one particular school in my ward lack of access for waste removal from […]

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Health Leisure Weybridge

Elmbridge Loos

When the Liberal Democrat/Residents administration formed, one task on the to-do list was to end the expensive contract for the unpopular automatic loos.  Weybridge had three automatic loos all within 100m of each other.  These will be removed, as will all similar loos across Elmbridge.  Subject to full council approval, the present automatic loos will […]

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Safety Surrey government Weybridge

Blackspots in Weybridge

ACCIDENTS WAITING TO HAPPEN ON OUR ROADS Many Weybridge residents are acutely aware of the traffic dangers in their neighbourhoods and on the roads they use as they go about their lives. Five local ‘black spots’ have been brought to our attention recently: Grenside Road (behind Thames Street), the junction by the station (again), Mayfield Road, […]

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Education Safety Transport Weybridge

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Elmbridge government Leisure Weybridge

Far From the Madding Crowd

Swans canoodling on the Broad Water. If you want to explore a newly opened part of Weybridge, simply walk around the new Broad Water path circuit.  The walk is about three miles long and can be accessed in several places.  From the Thames Path at Cowey Sale car park, Shepperton and Thames Path opposite D’Oyly […]