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22nd March 2019

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479 Bus Route

Residents may be aware that Buses Excetera ceased trading suddenly on Monday 11th March  which had a major impact on services during the week.
 
Surrey County Council have placed the operating contract with Arriva and normal services will operate from today, Saturday 16th March. The same timetable will be followed and I can confirm that residents have been using the service already.
 

Policing Community Events

From Samantha Mack (Surrey Police, Corporate Communications, Headquarters)

Surrey Police and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey are teaming up to hold a series of public engagement events in every borough and district across the county.

The ‘Policing Your Community’ events are an opportunity for residents to come and speak to Surrey Police’s Temporary Chief Constable Gavin Stephens and Police and Crime Commissioner David Munro as well as hear from their local Borough Commander.
Click here to read more of this report


All events are free but please book to reserve your place.

You can book for the Dorking event at:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/policing-your-community-mole-valley-open-engagement-meeting-tickets-58092115080?aff=ebapi

Car Crime in Bookham and Surrounding Areas

We are being hit with vehicle crime in the Ashtead, Bookham, Fetcham and Leatherhead areas.  The following message has been issued by Surrey Police:

Having your car broken into and losing your things to thieves can be very distressing. Here are a few simple steps you can take to keep your vehicle, and what’s in it, safe.

Click here to read more of this report

Epsom Hospital to St Helier Hospital Direct Bus Service

Keith Francis

A new public bus service ferrying passengers between Epsom and St Helier hospitals is officially being launched next month.

The H1 service, which was previously operated for staff only, will now be open to all other passengers, beginning on March 4. It will run every weekday from Monday to Friday, starting at 6.25 a.m. and finishing at 7.50 p.m.

At the moment there will only be two stops in Epsom and Ewell – at Epsom Hospital, as well as on East Street at the stop near to the Rainbow Leisure Centre. However, more stops could be considered in the future “once the service is operational”

Click here for timetable from 4th March

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