Vehicle Security Event

There have seen an increase of vehicle index plates being stolen at various locations across Tandridge. Number plates are stolen and people rarely report this but what happens is that your car in effect gets cloned as you replace your number plates and they use yours for ANY number of crimes from speeding tickets to parking to smash and grabs. The owner will get the tickets and the early morning knock from the police…just to check you weren’t driving the…

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Community Business Bright Ideas Fund – open soon!

The Community Business Bright Ideas Fund will be open for applications from Tuesday 6 August 2019 until Monday 30 September 2019. Funded by Power to Change, the £3.2m Bright Ideas fund offers tailored support and grants of up to £15,000 to develop their projects. The fund gives community groups the early stage finance they need to work with local people to develop a community business idea the community wants and needs. It also gives them support and tools to start setting up their community businesses. The funding programme is delivered by…

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Sector calls on government to stop cuts to vital services

NAVCA has joined 19 other voluntary sector organisations in supporting a letter, written by National Voices which calls on the government to stop the cuts that sap the life out of society. The letter, which was published in The Guardian on Monday 8 July, asks the government to prioritise and strengthen local councils’ and the VCSE’s ability to build the conditions that help people thrive. Joining organisations including the Centre for Mental health, ACEVO and VODG, NAVCA has signed the letter…

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Future Health and Care

10 July 2019  Demystifying population health management Population health management helps us understand and predict future health and care needs so that we can better target support, make better use of resources and reduce health inequalities. Jacquie White explains why this topic is currently gathering momentum in the health and care sphere and how it can make a difference at a local level in her new blog. A new visual guide has also been developed to help simplify and explain what is meant…

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Have your say about council services survey

Have your say about council services survey  Almost 2,500 households have been randomly selected to take part in a survey about Tandridge District Council services. The Have your say about council services questionnaire will help the Council find out what residents think about the services the council provides, the area they live and how well the Council communicates with them to see where improvements could be made. In addition, this survey asks questions about: How residents make use of the…

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2020 GSK IMPACT Awards – funding and free training for health charities

The GSK IMPACT Awards provide core funding, training and national recognition for charities doing excellent work to improve people’s health and wellbeing. Up to 20 awards will be made ranging from £3,000 to £40,000. To be eligible organisations must be at least three years old, a registered charity, working in a health-related field in the UK, with income between £80,000 and £2.5 million. Winning organisations will have a film made, receive support with press and publicity and be given a…

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Lloyds Bank Foundation Funding

Lloyds Bank Foundation partner with small and local charities helping people overcome complex social issues.  There is also lot more information on their website – Their Enable fund has a 80-90% success rate from applications – they are keen to support charities who focus on the complex social issues noted in the attached document. If you feel you can match their criteria on this, you might want to consider an application for this fund, which is keen to support charity development, so for…

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Sign up now for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the Edenbridge and Oxted Show

All Tandridge Together Lottery players on Saturday 3 August will not only be in with a chance of winning £25,000, but will also have a chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to the Edenbridge and Oxted Agricultural Show which takes place on 25 and 26 August 2019. The two day event is held at the Ardenrun Showground in Lingfield and with each adult ticket holder, any number of children can visit for free, making this a wonderful…

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Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan adopted       

The Planning Policy Committee on 25 June approved the Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan, which forms part of the Council’s wider development plan and will be used in the assessment of planning applications for the Limpsfield area. The plan has been drawn up by local residents and Limpsfield Parish Council. It sets out what Limpsfield could look like in the future, reflecting what the local community would like to see in their area. The plan will influence the way the parish develops…

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Planning application for Bronzeoak House, Caterham

A planning application has been submitted for the re-development of Bronzeoak House in Caterham to provide affordable rented accommodation. It is available to view at using the application reference 2019/1075. The existing building has been demolished and the proposed development will consist of 12 affordable rented flats for families and 14 flats for older people. Bronzeoak House is in a central location, close to Caterham town centre and good public transport links. The proposed development will provide improved sheltered…

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