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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 caterhamhillpc@msn.com or telephone 01883 708310.

Beating the Bounds

CATERHAM HILL BEATS THE BOUNDS AGAINCaterham on the Hill Parish Council’s Circular Walk will take place this year on Saturday 30th May. The Hill walk is approximately 6 miles long, and where possible follows the boundary of Caterham on the Hill Parish.“Beating the Bounds” is an ancient, and once widespread custom. A group procession walked around the ‘bounds’ of a common, carrying sticks or ‘wands’ to hit landmarks along the way. This was believed to pass knowledge of the land onto the next generation.The walk will start at St Mary’s church car park at 11.00am. The walk will go in a clockwise direction. In the morning, we will walk along the boundary with Chaldon. There will be a one hour break for refreshments after 3 miles in The Fox pub beer garden, where people, who can only do 3 miles, can leave or join. The second part of the walk will leave from The Fox at 1.30pm. Please meet at the pub’s front entrance. In the afternoon, we will walk along the boundary with Kenley and Whyteleafe, and return to St Mary’s Church for approximately 3.15pm. For more information contact the Parish Clerk at caterhamhillpc@msn.com or call on 01883 708310

Proposed Changes to Local Bus Services Have your say

 

Caterham on the Hill Parish Council is urging local residents to have their say on Surrey County Council’s latest consultation on changes to local bus services.

Last winter, the County Council consulted residents on local bus services generally. Now, they are consulting on specific changes to routes which would take effect from the start of this September. The consultation opened on 11th May, and residents have until 8th June to have their say. The County Council will decide what changes will take place in late June, these will be communicated to residents in July, and the changes will take effect from the start of September.

To have your say, you can complete a questionnaire on-line at www.surreycc.gov.uk/transportreview, or complete a paper copy available at SCC Libraries or by ordering one on 0300 200 1003.

Councillor David Gosling, Vice Chairman of the Parish Council said, ‘Surrey County Council’s proposals include scrapping route 540, cutting services on route 409, and changing the service on route 357. These would have a big impact on Caterham on the Hill and Chaldon commuters, students and shoppers. I urge residents to have their say before the deadline of 8th June. The Parish Council will of course be joining residents in giving our views to the County Council.’  

CATERHAM ON THE HILL PARISH COUNCIL FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT

As approved by Council on 12th November 2011.

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