At the previous Parish Council meeting, we asked the Parish Council to provide Cranleigh Society with details of consultations to the Cranleigh Civic Society.
They have recently got in touch with us and provided us with the following links to share with you the consultations that are currently open.
View all open and forthcoming consultations here.
Click here to view the Gatwick Airport draft master plan.
We would very much like to hear your thoughts, however we would also like to encourage you to have your say.
You can do that and find out about the drop-in sessions across the county by clicking here: https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/council-and-democracy/have-your-say/consultations
do come along! 3 Horseshoes Monday 10 December from 6.30 pm
Cranleigh Society Social and chats
We invite you to join us when we meet in The Three Horseshoes pub on the second Monday in each month from 6.30.
We will have a visitor from CVHT to chat to you all.
Last month we enjoyed meeting some members and they offered some helpful advice. We want to chat with you and explain what we do know and talk about all the topics you would like – housing, Flood Forum, Rivers, Thames Water, further planning applications, ancient trees, wildlife habitats and so on.
Come and go as you please – this is sociable time but discussions around the issues that worry us all are more than welcome. Discussions too about what has been done, and what can be done in the future will always be part of the point of meeting up.
If you intend to buy a meal it can be best to let the landlord Peter know in advance.
We look forward to seeing you December 10th; January 14th and so on
with kind regards
From Sue and the committee
I have now looked at page 11 in the Challenger magazine –
sorry I posted wrong information about the lighting of the Centenary Beacon – it’s Sunday at 7 not tonight – and then there will be a walk to the Centenary garden which will be flood lit.
See you there
9.30 today litter pick – come to the band room for the equipment
11.00 today NEW CENTENARY GARDENS open – beside Snoxhall play parK
9.15 WW1 service St Nicolas church
10.30 walk from St Nicolas church to the War Memorial cenotaph
service and 11.00 silence
the names of all those who died in WW1 and WW2 and were from Cranleigh and Villages will be read out by the Cranleigh & District Lions club and volunteers.
7.00 pm Sunday TORCH LIGHTING then walk to Centerary gardens – only time – it will be floodlit