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Recently there has been quite an interesting discussion developing on twitter around the 2015 elections. I speak to a lot of residents in the area who claim to be disinterested in politics, but all have strong opinions about local matters. … Continue reading
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An ePetition has been created which calls for the council to introduce shorter payment options at the Camberley Main Square Car Park. The Petition reads: “We believe Surrey Heath should offer a minimum 30 minute and a 1 hour payment … Continue reading
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Can’t see audio player? Click here Paul Deach talks to Max Nelson who is standing in the Old Dean By-Election. If Max is elected he would be the youngest councillor to have ever served at Surrey Heath Borough Council.
Over the summer, all Surrey Heath residents will receive a letter through the post telling them about the biggest change to the electoral registration system in nearly 100 years. The letter will explain that a new, more secure, system of … Continue reading
Can’t see audio player? Click here Description: The July 2014 Surrey Heath (Surrey County Council) Local Area Committee public question time. Thank you to Paul Chapman for recording the audio to this meeting.
Thank you to Mike Hillman from the Windlesham and Camberley Camera Club for this guest blog.
Can’t see audio player? Click here Description: Paul Deach talks to Cllr Mike Goodman about his new cabinet post at Surrey County Council. This podcast is available on the Surrey Residents Network Audioboo Channel and can be downloaded for free on iTunes. Audioboo … Continue reading
Recently I was fortunate to be invited to visit Kings International College during a visit by the Secretary of State for Education and Surrey Heath MP Michael Gove. Students of the performing arts department treated guests to live music and … Continue reading