Welcome to Caterham on the Hill Parish Council
Caterham on the Hill is a town in the Tandridge District of Surrey. It has a a population of approximately 12,000.
The Parish Council works hard to maintain and improve the facilities and environment of Caterham on the Hill. Residents views are very welcome.
Please contact the Clerk, Helen Broughton at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01883 708310.
Councillor surgeries are held in Caterham on the Hill Library from 10am to 12 noon on the last Saturday of the month (not August and December).
Come along and have the opportunity to tell your Councillors of issues that concern you.
Switching on of the Cedar Tree Lights
An estimated 1,000 people came to see the Cedar tree lights switched on and £560 was raised for 1st Caterham Scouts and Guides.
It was a true community effort. Thank you to St Francis, Hillcroft and Audley schools (singing and staging), Blends Catering (mince pies), The King and Queen Public House (mulled wine), Buxton Building Contractors (use of car park and power for the tree), Caterham School (brass band and piano accompaniment), the Scouts and Any Parr MBE (all their help).
Photos are availble on our facebook page.
CATERHAM ON THE HILL PARISH COUNCIL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
As approved by Council on 12th November 2011.
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