Windesham Parish Council petitioning Surrey County Council on its Draft Local Transport Strategy

Red Road Crash - Tim Dodds

Red Road Accident – Image with thanks @TimDodds

Windlesham Parish Council have started a petition calling on Surrey County Council to revise the Surrey Heath Draft Local Transport Strategy & Forward Programme so that it includes transport mitigation for the villages of Lightwater, Bagshot and Windlesham.

The petition states “although the plan recognises issues in the 3 villages it has NO new strategies to deal with them and is focused almost entirely on Camberley”.

It also states “The 3 most dangerous roads in Surrey Heath (excluding the M3) are the A322, the A30 and the B311 (Red Rd). All 3 roads run through Windlesham Parish and together account for 34% of all fatal or serious accidents (2009-13). BUT NO traffic safety mitigation has been proposed for Windlesham Parish”.

Windlesham Parish Council say “Surrey County Council must reconsider its draft programme ” and suggests a number of options for consideration.

For full details of the petition visit:

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Unveiling of the Surrey Heath Mosaic – Video blog

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Mytchett Frimley Green & Deepcut Society Public Meeting – Friday 24th October 2014


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Sebastian’s Action Trust Family Outreach Hub – Podcast & photo blog

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Awards celebrate the best in local sporting achievement

Owen Livesey

Sports personality of the year: Owen Livesey

The Surrey Heath Sports Awards celebrated the best in local sporting achievement on Sunday 19 October at an invite-only ceremony at Camberley Theatre.

Organised by Surrey Heath Borough Council, the awards honour people from all over the borough who have excelled in sports including football, basketball, judo and cricket.

The evening is one of the most anticipated events in the borough calendar as a chance to celebrate the achievements of local athletes, clubs, coaches and volunteers. Nominations were open to the public for two months between July and August.

The awards were attended by around 350 members of the local sporting community and selected VIPs including the Mayor of Surrey Heath Cllr Bob Paton.

Cllr Craig Fennell, portfolio holder for Business said, “This year has been a stellar year for sport in the borough with gold medals for Camberley Judo Club at the Commonwealth Games and Camberley hosting Stage 7 of the Tour of Britain. The awards have been a great chance to enjoy and reflect on our achievements and look to further successes in the future.”

The winners of the Sports Awards, who ranged in age from as young as eight through to their seventies, will automatically be entered into the county-wide Surrey Sports Awards which are held in December.

The list of winners:

  • Young Sports Team of the Year (sponsored by Arena Leisure Centre)
    Camberley Cricket Club U9
  • Sports Team of the Year (sponsored by Specsavers)
    Heatherside Galaxy
  • Sports Club of the Year (sponsored by Accent)
  • Disability Sports Award (sponsored by Basepoint)
    Gary Dunford
  • Young Volunteer of the Year (sponsored by Surrey Playing Fields)
    Megan Cowlard
  • Surrey Youth Games, Performance of the Games: Ellie Kirby
    Surrey Youth Games, Volunteer of the Games: Mandy Pack
  • Coach of the Year (sponsored by Active Surrey)
    Pete Collins, Deepcut Community FC
  • Young Sports Personality of the Year (sponsored by Specsavers)
    Jade Blackburn, England U16 Basketball
  • Sports Personality of the Year (sponsored by Specsavers)
    Owen Livesey, Camberley Judo Club
  • Outstanding Service to Sport (sponsored by Specsavers)
    Reg Rapley, Windlesham Bowls Club

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With special thanks to our sponsors, Specsavers, Accent, Basepoint, Surrey Playing Fields, Active Surrey and the Arena Leisure Centre.

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Surrey Heath Singers – Spirit of England


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Petition – Change the decision to fund cancer treatment for Tomlinscote teacher Alice Dann

Alice DannThis week I have received literally dozens of emails, direct messages and text messages urging me to publish this petition on the Residents Network.

While at Tomlinscote School this evening I bumped into my good friend Ian Jarrett who also pleaded with me to publish the petition. He said that Alice is a much loved teacher not only by her colleagues but also from the young people who attend Tomlinscote.

Having taken the time to find out a little bit about Alice, it is clear to me that she is a remarkable woman who deserves our full support.

I will be signing the petition and I would encourage everyone who reads this to do the same.

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Camberley Farmers Market Tomorrow on Park Street 10am-3pm

Camberley Farmers Market - Tomorrow

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KatCanDo 10th Anniversary Ball

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Surrey Heath Mosaic Launch – Podcast & photo blog

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Thanks to Mike Hillman from the Windlesham & Camberley Camera Club for these superb images.

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The Special Guests Gig in support of the Woking Hospice – Saturday 25th October 2014


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Camberley Town Centre Business Awards 2014 – Podcast

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