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Award for the Council’s Covid-19 support for local businesses

The Council’s work to help and support local businesses throughout the Covid-19 pandemic has been celebrated with the South East Region award at the All-England Federation of Small Businesses Local Government Awards.  The award recognises the Council’s work during the start of the pandemic to help businesses across the district, which included: Helping businesses access financial support by distributing millions of pounds in grants to eligible businesses and sharing...

Have you got the luck of the draw-ers?

Now is your chance to win cash prizes including the jackpot of £25,000 with the Tandridge Together Lottery. If you enter before Saturday 7 December, you will also be in with a chance of winning £1,000 to spend at John Lewis. From stylish homewares to the latest fashions and accessories and top of the line technology, you’ll find it all at John Lewis. Tickets are just £1 and 60p goes towards local good causes. This lottery has raised over...

Help for residents struggling this winter

Residents struggling with the cost of living and increases to energy bills can access a range of local help and support this winter. Several warm hubs are available in the district, where anyone can pop-in, get warm and meet others, with many offering internet access, hot drinks and light refreshments. Residents should check our website regularly as more venues are being set up and Surrey County Council has produced a warm hub map, which shows the location of warm hubs across the...

£250 Tandridge Together Lottery winner

On Saturday, Gavin Pocock from Horley scooped the £250 cash prize in the Tandridge Together Lottery draw. Gavin told us: “I am thrilled to have won £250 on Saturday as I have just got engaged so the winnings will go towards our wedding. My chosen good cause is Bletchingley Bowling Club which is a great, friendly club to belong to and play for. I always support the club’s fundraising and I am pleased for every £1 lottery ticket I buy, the bowling club...

Improvements to Grange Meadow

From Monday 14 November, we will be working to improve the access track and car park at Grange Meadow playing fields in Bletchingley, which will mean some temporary changes to how residents access the site. The work, which we expect will take place until the end of January, will: Make it easier and safer for users by providing a new surface to the vehicular access track and car park. Remove potholes and replace speedbumps. Improve drainage to help alleviate surface water...

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