June 11, 2024

Step Forward Service – YMCA East Surrey

If you’re struggling with your mental health or finding it hard to cope, you’re not alone.

Support and activities for young people aged 17-24 with mental health and emotional wellbeing needs. This service is FREE for attendees and there is no upper or lower limit as to how many sessions you can attend.

We will offer an initial meeting for us to get to know you and give you an opportunity to meet us and ask any questions you may have.
March 14, 2024

M25 Full Closure J10 to J11 In Both Directions

If you've ever tried to drive anywhere in the surrounding villages and towns when there are significant delays on this stretch of the M25 you an only imagine the chaos that the recommended diversions will cause this weekend.
Modelling carried out while the plans were being developed estimated that drivers would face delays of up to five hours without mitigation measures such as urging drivers to stay away and creating diversion routes.
February 24, 2024

Smoking Ban for Runnymede Council Owned Properties

On Wednesday 20th of September, Runnymede Borough Council's housing committee agreed to ban smoking on balconies across its property portfolio.
The council said it expects enforcement to be relatively straightforward with the majority of tenants adopting the new rules following clear communication on how balconies should be used.
Runnymede Council said all who said smoking should not be allowed on a balcony identified themselves as a non-smoker.
February 21, 2024

A3 Full Weekend Southbound and Northbound Closure Confirmed – Friday 23rd at 9:00pm to Monday 26th February at 5:30am

The closure will be from 9pm on Friday 23 February until 5.30am Monday 26 February 2024 and will be closed in both directions between Send and M25 Junction 10.

The diversions show routes either 25 miles going southbound and 28 miles going northbound.
August 29, 2023

Surrey Recycling – DIY Waste U-Turn

From 1st September, Surrey County Council will lift charges on resident DIY waste in line with Government policy changes that were proposed in June. DIY waste can be accepted at nine of the 15 community recycling centres and access to the rubble and plasterboard containers will continue to be controlled and monitored.