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  • Your Chance to Create a Lasting Legacy Outside Surrey Heath Museum

    By Sophie_J at 16:40 on 23/07/12
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    Surrey Heath Museum is looking for creative people from the borough to flex their artistic talent and enter the Surrey Heath Museum Mosaic Competition. Surrey Heath residents are invited to enter their own design for a mosaic which will be created outside the museum entrance. The design needs to be eye catching and represent one of the 16 wards of Surrey Heath on each slab which will sit around a central circle. The Surrey Heath wards...
  • Direct Debit's a Winner!

    By Sophie_J at 20:25 on 14/07/12
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    Residents from Mytchett, Frimley and Deepcut have won a Surrey Heath Borough Council competition to encourage more people to pay their council tax by Direct Debit. Council tax payers who opted to change to Direct Debit before Friday 13 April 2012, together with those who already pay in this way, were entered into a draw to win £200, £100 or £50. Winner of the top prize, Mytchett resident Mrs Susan Hylton, said:...
  • Decorations bring Olympic spirit to Camberley Town Centre

    By Sophie_J at 20:24 on 14/07/12
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    As Olympic fever sweeps across Britain, Camberley Town Centre has been dressed with official Olympic bunting, flags and banners to celebrate London 2012. The decorations are part of the national London 2012 'look', as seen across Olympic venues and the whole 2012 Games, with towns and cities up and down the country being decked out in a similar way. The decorations will be up for the duration of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and...
  • Surrey Heath tops council tax collection rates

    By Sophie_J at 11:29 on 10/07/12
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    Surrey Heath has been named as the top performing local authority in the country for domestic council tax collection rates. Latest figures released by the Department for Communities and Local Government show that payments by Surrey Heath residents from April 2011 up to the end of March 2012 were almost 100%, at 99.5%. The national average is 97.3%. Finance portfolio holder for Surrey Heath, Councillor Richard Brooks, said:...
  • Dementia wellbeing centre given go-ahead

    By Sophie_J at 11:27 on 10/07/12
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    Surrey Heath Borough Council's Executive has given the go-ahead to proposals for a wellbeing centre for people with dementia at the Windle Valley Day Centre. The centre will be created by demolishing the garages at the Windle Valley site in Bagshot and building a single storey 50 square metre extension, providing sufficient space for up to 12 people at a time. Aimed at people in the early stages of dementia, it will offer...

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