Surrey Police have suspects remanded in custody in relation to the Horsley Lloyds Bank ATM raid.
In the meantime, Surrey Police would continue to encourage the public to report straightaway any suspicious vehicles or anyone seen acting suspiciously, as well as anyone with any information relating to any of the specific incidents that have taken place recently.
If you have any information which could assist, please call 101 or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Councillor Tim Oliver has warned of "painful decisions" to come as he takes over the reins of Surrey County Council (SCC).
The Weybridge councillor was elected as leader at a full council meeting on Tuesday 11 December, taking over from David Hodge, who had held the role for seven years.
Cllr Oliver will now be tasked with managing a council that is struggling under huge financial pressure.
Read the full article ar Get Surrey.
Now that the new public toilet is in place at the back of the Village Hall, Kingston Meadow the ground work contractors will grade out the site and relay the paving slabs before Christmas. Healthmatic will return to the site to commission the toilet in the first week of January. The inaugural opening will be arranged and the date will be posted here and on the website. Can't wait!
On the 10 DECEMBER 2018 between 11pm and then approximately 4am the next morning a series of burglaries occurred in the CHALK LANE area of East Horsley. The offenders accessed the rear of a property through an insecure side gate, and then made use of adjoining fields to access neighbouring gardens. The offenders took a range of items including computers, phones, bicycles and in one property, wine.
I am also aware of other burglaries that have occurred in recent weeks in the East Horsley area.
The Police statement adds:
"Please be reassured that we are very much attempting to carry out more overt and covert patrols of the area, but this is also pitted against our normal service demands and the uptick in burglary in other areas also!
I would ask that any local residents please stay vigilant at this time of year, when burglaries increase nationally."
This would include:
- Ensuring doors and windows are locked.
- Securing side gates and sheds/outbuildings.
- Reviewing CCTV and motion detection alerts regularly, as it is not uncommon for offenders to conduct occupancy tests in the lead up to offences.
- Challenging any suspicious behaviour, or reporting it to police on 101 or through online reporting. Genuine couriers and such will carry identification and will not be offended!
I have also included some information from our Designing Out Crime Team. This is their guide on the best home security tips as well as their contact information if you require any further advice.
There are lots of people living in Surrey who need help with their care, older people living in nursing homes, people who have come out of hospital, people with disabilities or long term illnesses are just some examples.
But there aren’t enough care workers to help them so more people are needed.
To find out more about what working in care is like have a look at the information on our website: www.aquestionofcare.org.uk
There are many different job roles offered by a career in care, and different settings you can choose to work in.
To find out more about working in early years settings or in social care with children and young people, click here: skillsforcareanddevelopment.org.uk/Careersincare
To find out more about working with adults in social care, click here: skillsforcare.org.uk/icare
For more details please contact David Rose:
Tickets for the new Guildford Community Lottery are available at www.guildfordlottery.org. It costs £1 per game to play and winners could win up to £25,000 as part of the weekly draw. The first of the weekly draws took place on Saturday 1 December 2018.
The lottery provides local charities, community and voluntary organisations, sports clubs, arts groups and other good causes with an opportunity to raise funds. Over 60 local organisations have currently signed up. It has been set up by Guildford Borough Council and will be open to anyone to play, in a bid to raise money for local charities and good causes.
Cllr Paul Spooner says:
“The Guildford Community Lottery aims to support the local community by helping connect good causes with their supporters. With an increased community need, the council has introduced this new project to help raise funds for good causes in the Guildford area. Helping local causes remains a central role at the council. We believe that adopting a Lottery scheme and supporting community projects will benefit the community as a whole. We are very excited for the first draw to take place on Saturday 1 December 2018.”
Players will be able to set up a monthly payment in advance with the option to do a three, six or twelve month repeating subscription by direct debit or payment card. Winners will be informed by email and will have the money transferred automatically to their chosen bank account.