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September 17, 2021

Mid Surrey Dementia Care's Conservatory Club

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September 16, 2021

Publication of Mole Valley’s Draft Local Plan Approved

Following discussion at an extraordinary Council meeting on Wednesday 15 September 2021, the Council agreed to publish its draft Local Plan. This version of Mole Valley District Council’s (MVDC) draft Local Plan, Future Mole Valley, has been updated to incorporate feedback received during a comprehensive public consultation from residents and key stakeholders in early 2020 in the Regulation 18 stage of the Local Plan process. Changes to this iteration of the draft Local Plan include, but are n...

September 16, 2021

Garden Waste Collections - Rumours and Misinformation

Some residents have received demands from MVDC for renewal of their garden waste collection contracts, despite the Council being unable to offer this service at the moment. In addition one resident reported on "Ashtead Unhinged" that if he didn't renew and pay he wouldn't be able to reapply when the service recommenced. This caused understandable outrage. The ARA wrote to Paul Anderson at MVDC and this is his reply:-"On the issue of billing, we have decided that we will not be taking the DD paym...

September 15, 2021

The ARA’s voice is heard and carries weight ……..

The ARA’s voice is heard and carries weight …….. Come and join us on the committee to make sure that your voice and perspective on Ashtead life is fully represented whenever we need to make Ashtead’s case. The ARA is a representative body that equates to the Parish Councils in the south of the District.  We represent residents’ interests when speaking with Surrey & Mole Valley Councils and other statutory bodies and our views are highly respected and taken seriously by t...

September 11, 2021

St Stephens Surgery - Flu Jab Delay

St Stephen's Surgery have advised us as follows:- "You are possibly aware that there has been a delay in the delivery of Flu Vaccine in the last few weeks which has meant that we have had to change the date of our Flu Clinic on Saturday 18th September to Saturday 25th September. If you are 65+ or under 65 in the at risk clinical group and have already booked an appointment for the 18th September 2021 this will automatically be moved to the 25th September at the same time. If you haven't already ...

September 9, 2021

St Stephen's Surgery Gazebo

St Stephens House Surgery will soon be holding its annual flu clinic. The plan is to hold it outside under canvas, as last years proved to be very successful. The aim is to vaccinate at least 900 in one day. Future vaccination clinics may also be administered in this way. To achieve this the surgery plan to buy two pop up gazebos and a small storage unit. The Friends of the Surgery (PPG) would like to help fund this and are asking patients if they would like to make a donation to this fund-raisi...

September 9, 2021

Car Boot Sale - Ashtead Station - Every Sunday

A new car boot sale venue has opened up at Ashtead Station Car Park. It is open every Sunday from 7am until 2pm. Stall holders can get there by 6.30am.  There is a pitch fee for stallholders and an entrance fee for punters. Children go in free. Details at

September 7, 2021

Blood Tests - St. Stephen's Surgery

I’m sure that most of you are aware from the Media that the main supplier of the Flu vaccines to the NHS, Seqirus, has just notified GP Surgeries across the country that there will be a one to two week delay to their planned delivery schedules.  We are going to be monitoring the situation over the next few days and will advise all patients that have already made an appointment as to whether our schedule will be changing.  For those of you that have not yet made an appointment please ...

September 6, 2021

Ashlea Medical Practice - Blood Test News

Dear Patients, As you may have seen on the news, there is a national shortage of blood bottles. This is unfortunately affecting every healthcare service provider. We have therefore been told by the NHS to postpone all non-urgent blood tests and only continue with urgent blood tests. To manage this safely at Ashlea Medical Practice: Our doctors will review all booked blood tests to determine those that can safely be delayed All blood test requests we receive will be screened by a doctor to determ...

September 1, 2021

Dorking Halls Offers £5 Cinema Tickets to Boost Jab Uptake

Dorking Halls, which is owned and operated by Mole Valley District Council, is launching a new initiative to encourage younger adults in Mole Valley to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The venue will be distributing a total of 1,000 £5 cinema vouchers, targeting those under 40 in the district who have yet to receive both vaccinations. The voucher will include key coronavirus messages encouraging people to get vaccinated with both doses and point towards websites with more information. The vouc...

August 25, 2021

"50 Treasures of the Surrey Hills"

August 1st The Arts Society Ashtead –  Availability of a super book entitled “50 Treasures of the Surrey Hills” ------------------------------------------------------- The Arts Society Ashtead has obtained copies of a superb new book commissioned by The Arts Society East Surrey Area, entitled “50 Treasures of the Surrey Hills”.  Price £5, we will deliver it locally or collect at one of our monthly talks at the Peace Memorial Hall. Enquiries to purchase to tas.ashtead@gmail.c...

August 25, 2021

Hedge encroachments to footways

I know it's ironic to publish this article below the one saying garden bins collection suspended but hedge and tree growth is annoying for people trying to walk on the pavement. A great many people take pride in their gardens and manicure their lawns and hedges to look neat and tidy. Many though forget the outside of the hedge where it meets the pavement. The hedge can grow quickly and this year the rain and the sun have caused huge growth spurts. When the hedge grows outwards it can partially b...

August 13, 2021

Surrey Police Quarterly Stakeholder Bulletin

To watch the Surrey Police latest vlog click here...

August 11, 2021

Post Covid SouthWest Trains service reduction consultation

Chris Grayling has sent the following - comments are his. South Western Railway and Network Rail have launched a consultation about their plans for the post-Pandemic timetable from December 2022 onwards. This consultation is based on an assumption that considerably fewer people will be commuting going forward.  The proposals represent a significant downgrading of the pre-pandemic timetable for our line into London Waterloo. They are intending to reduce the number of trains from Ashtead and...

August 8, 2021

Green Lane Crossing - Update August 2021

Network Rail have installed cameras at the Green Lane Crossing. These cameras produce a live feed to the control centre. There are already warning signs telling people to remove headphones and stop taking on the mobile phone to ensure complete vigilance. Cyclists are told to dismount, and dogs must be kept on a lead. Despite these signs there are still people not heeding the advice and putting themselves and others at risk. Some people are even standing on the Crossing with trains approachi...

August 7, 2021

See a driver dropping litter? Report it!

MVDC is publicising the easy-to-use service to report littering online at This allows anyone who spots an offender in Mole Valley to share details about the offence and upload phone or dashcam footage. MVDC’s Joint Enforcement Team will then investigate the incident.  ...

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