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Free Mindfulness Stress Reduction Course

Free Online Tasters Next Saturday and Tuesday Mindful Surrey has just been awarded a generous grant from the Community Foundation for Surrey. So we can now offer a limited number of free mindfulness course places to Surrey residents who are on low incomes, or over 65, or struggling with mental health issues. Our next courses […]


Are you happy with your broadband speed?

The Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) wants to hear views and experiences of consumers’ broadband connectivity in rural and remote areas of the UK. If you are finding it difficult to sign up for a faster broadband service you may like to respond to this government consultation. The consultation closes on 11th […]


Police and Crime Commissioner Election

Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner Election   The election of a new Police & Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Surrey will take place on Thursday 6th May. The PCC is a critical role for the policing of the county as they appoint the Chief Constable, obtain and manage funds for policing, and set the Police strategy […]


Census 2021 – Update

There has been a fantastic response to Census 2021. More than nine out of ten households across Surrey have completed their questionnaire which is a brilliant result to date. Most people have completed their census online ensuring public services like GP surgeries, hospital beds, school places and public transport, are based on the most up […]


Covid-19 Vaccination Update

Friday 30th April 2021- Everyone who will be over the age of 39 by 30th June 2021 in England is now being invited to book their first Covid vaccine. Brockwood Medical Practice Updates If you were vaccinated at the Practice or at the Medwyn Centre please be assured you will be contacted to offer you […]


Surrey Fire & Rescue : Book your Safe and Well Visit

Book Your Safe and Well Visit We believe that successful firefighting starts with prevention. So we have introduced a service where we can visit you, a loved one, or someone you care for at home to provide personalised advice about fire safety. It’s totally free, available 24/7, and we will even fit free smoke alarms […]


Symptom-free test kits now available for collection for all adults in Surrey

All adults in Surrey will be able to collect symptom-free test kits from dedicated collection sites across Surrey. This follows last week’s announcement that Surrey’s symptom-free test sites are now open to everyone over the age of 16. Twice-weekly symptom-free testing is a key part of the Government’s roadmap, helping to stop the virus spreading […]


Surrey Police : Our Commitments

Back in September we launched Our Commitments, a series of promises to Our People, Our Force and Our Communities, all aimed at ensuring that Surrey is a safe place to live, work in and visit. Not only that – the Commitments emphasise the importance of ensuring that Surrey feels safe, a key part of what […]


Tackling loneliness and isolation

Mole Valley District Council has launched two campaigns aimed at tackling loneliness and isolation in 18 – 30 year olds and over – 65s. A digital advertising campaign will encourage young people to visit 40 Ways to Wellbeing on the MVDC website with tips for keeping happy at home. The Mole Valley Lifehealth and happiness […]


30th Reigate Scouts ask you to donate Teddies & Cuddly Toys

30th Reigate Scout Group is looking for teddies / cuddly toys for their Scout fundraiser they plan to hold later in the year at the Reigate Christmas Fair. “As we know people have been “decluttering” during lockdown we are hoping you will see making a donation to us as a perfect opportunity to find new […]


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