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Surrey Police have started an operation to deter and detect house burglary.
We will be visiting all the victims and neighbours when a burglary is reported. We need you to be aware of how to prevent burglaries, and report suspicious people or events, so please speak to the residents in your street and pass on the following:
Fit and use an alarm system. Cost from about £900 with a local company.
Fit a safe within the alarmed area.
Always lock doors and windows when going out.
Put door or car keys, wallets and handbags out of sight and not within reach of the letterbox or window.
Set a timer to activate lights each night before dusk. This makes your house look occupied.
Join or set up a Neighbourhood watch scheme and tell them if you are away.
Mark and photograph your valuables, and register them on www.immobilise.com.
Always secure your shed and fit a simple alarm ensuring all your tools are locked away inside.
If you are suspicious of a caller or something unusual happening at a neighbours then report it at the time. Use 101 to talk to the local officers, or if you believe a crime is being committed dial 999.
We live in one of the safest areas in the country so help us keep it that way.
Thank you for your help. John Robini, Crime reduction Advisor, Surrey Police, Waverley.
The Sayers Croft Trust involves the local community, especially young people, in the enjoyment and care of the environment and to make the wonderful facilities of Sayers Croft available to those who otherwise may be unable to access them due to physical, financial or social disadvantage.
Watch out for posters on Fun Days and special events organized for the weekends.
Waverley fly tipping reporting
Please use this form to report flytipping or dumped rubbish in Waverley
fortnightly highways bulletins
See which roads are to be mended in
Waverley plus impending roadworks
EWHURST RECREATION GROUND TENNIS COURTS
£5 per court per hour – 'honesty' payment system: leave money in the Post Box on the main gate of Kitanaka, Broomers Lane
Tell Surrey County Council which roads need improving. Visit:
Find out about the movement of bees in your local area...
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Parish Council Meeting Dates
Every third Monday of the month at 7.45 pm at the EYSC.
Planning committee meetings are also held at the EYSC on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7.00 pm.
Open to the Public.
Neighbourhood plan update March 2016
See latest news about Ewhurst NP Please click here.
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If you would like to join your local Neighbourhood watch, please give your email address to the Clerk with join Neighbourhood watch in the subject line.
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Please contact Jane Bromley
NEW FOOTPATH MAP
Numbered local footpaths are now available under Map & Aerial View - Good for reporting when paths are blocked!