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Kingswood Residents Association

News from the KRA – Proposed Changes to Waste Management

Many members have complained to the KRA about fly-tipping in their neighbourhood, and we have brought this to the attention of our Councillors. In tandem with this, Cllr Rod Ashford has provided the following update: Surrey County Council are holding a public consultation regarding a Revised Waste Management plan that will affect us in Kingswood. […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Post Office

News from the KRA Residents may not be aware that the sub post office is now being run by Mrs Urvashi Patel. Mrs Patel is not connected with the business which operates the shop and has asked us to publish the statement below to clarify the position. Dear Kingswood Residents, I would like to introduce […] Continue reading →

News from the KRA – A217 Water Main Works

Over the past few days many residents would have received a letter from SES Water detailing water main works on the A217 scheduled to start on Thursday 29th June. SES Water letter dated 26 June 2017 As this is of interest and will affect travel arrangements, we pass this on to you now. For more information […] Continue reading →

News from the Kingswood Residents’ Association

A number of us will be outside the Village Hall tomorrow to raise awareness of the new KRA Online Membership Initiative and to answer any questions you may have on Kingswood Village and the KRA. Hope you can stop to chat to us. If we miss you, here’s the new Online Membership Sign-up and Renewal […] Continue reading →

Surrey Police – Smishing Fraud Alert

The KRA has just received the following advice from Surrey Police and we pass this on to you now. Dear all, Smishing – the term used for SMS phishing – is an activity which enables criminals to steal victims’ money or identity, or both, as a result of a response to a text message. Smishing […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Village Clean-Up

We are grateful to our Members and Councillors who spared us their time on Sunday morning to clean-up our Village.                   Some of us removed a fallen ivy-strangled tree in Waterhouse Lane, others wandered up to Outwood Lane to take advantage of the partial closure to remove […] Continue reading →