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
Christmas gets under way on Saturday 22nd November as Caterham on the Hill Parish Council once again holds the popular Christmas festivities under the Cedar Tree.
Residents are invited to join in with carols (this year with brass instruments accompanying them), watch Father Christmas switch on the lights and enjoy from 5.45pm to 6.30pm in Buxton’s Car Park on Saturday 22nd November. Please bring a torch refreshments of mince pies (kindly donated by Blends Catering), soft drinks and mulled wine (donated by the King and Queen).
A short section of the High Street, after the junction with Whyteleafe Road to Court Road, will be closed for one hour from 5.30pm.
This FREE event, organised by Caterham on the Hill Parish Council, will take place.
Donations will be collected for a local charity.
Increased demand for essential services such as adult social care and school places, coupled with reduced Government funding, means Surrey County Council needs to review its spend on all the services it provides for the county’s residents.
One of those services is local transport where the council currently spends around £8.9m a year subsidising public buses, one of the highest spends in South East England. 29 million passenger trips are made each year on Surrey buses, half of them on services that we subsidise. Per passenger the subsidies range from 13p to £10.64 per journey. There is also a £640,000 annual spend on community transport and £8.7m on concessionary fares, including some extra discretionary concessions for disabled people and their carers.
The aim of the transport review is to make savings while maintaining the services that residents rely on most, services that get people to work, hospitals, schools and supermarkets.
CATERHAM ON THE HILL PARISH COUNCIL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
As approved by Council on 12th November 2011.
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