Notices from Surrey County Council
From Monday 19th December 2019 drivers of vehicles travelling north on The Street, Compton (B3000) will be prohibited from turning right into Downs Lane. Access to Downs Lane will be via the roundabout an a left hand turn. This measure is part of an Air Quality Action Plan aimed at reducing queuing in the Air Quality Management Area south of the junction. Guildford Borough Council will continue to monitor air quality and report to Defra on the effectiveness of this measure.
Trading Standards Alert!
20th December 2019 – Whirlpool announces recall of up to 519,000 Hotpoint and Indesit fire-risk washing machines in the UK. The machines are being recalled owing to a faulty door lock, which results in them posing a fire risk. The recall covers models manufactured between October 2014 and February 2018. Whirlpool is advising owners to check whether their washing machine is affected by calling 0800 316 1442 or checking on line. The phone line will be open seven days a week.
Recycling is vital for our environment but sometimes the wrong items get placed in the wrong bins! Surrey County Council offer a variety of recycling options for most household waste.
Claire Andrews has given these guideline for our interest and use.
BATTERIES – We collectted 2.5 tonnes of batteries in 2018/19 from households Put unwanted batteries in a clear plastic bag next to your wheelie bin on your collection day. Please do not put batteries in the bin as they can be a fire hazard.
Teextiles – Last year alone we collected over 2001 tonnes of textiles from household and clothing bank sites across the borough. Please place clean and dry items in a tied plastic bag and leave neext to your wheelie bin on your collection day.
Food Waste – In 2018/19 we collected over 4432 tonnes of food waste.
6th January – 19.00 Parish Council Meeting
26th January 2020 Puttenham Village Annual Lunch
Jules Binns, Verity Casar and Caroline Calver are once again busy organising our village lunch. 2020 will in fact be our 6th village lunch and we have been able to host 130-140 people of all ages every year for the past 5 years. To date, our youngest lunch guest has been just a few months old and our eldest 98 years! We feel that it is not just the new residents that Puttenham can welcome at the lunch but often in such a dark and gloomy month it can be the highlight for many to get out and socialize again after December. We look forward to seeing you there. For further information please contact Verity, Jules or Caroline via e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday 8th February 2020 – 10.00am Map reading day to enjoy the Surrey Hills
A training day for those who want to get out and appreciate the hills but do not have the confidence and experience to use Ordnance Survey Maps and a compass.
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