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Booking Covid Vaccination on-line

Dear Residents

I have been informed by a few residents that they have been able to book their Covid Vaccination for over 80’s, online using this link:

With the post being so unreliable, If you are over 80, please try to access the link, which will tell you if you have an appointment or give you the opportunity to book an appointment.

Stay safe.

Cllr Caroline Neame

Coronavirus – Urgent Tier 4 update

Move to Tier 4 Unfortunately Reigate and Banstead Borough move into Tier 4 from 00:01 Sunday 20th December. New rules on Christmas mixing have also been announced. For further information please click here: It’s going to be a very different Christmas then we had all hoped for, but keep safe and look out for […] Continue reading →

Poppy Appeal – Thank You

Message from Cllr. Caroline Neame Following our recent success in working with all the local residents’ groups to display Large Poppies on our main roads to commemorate Remembrance Day on 11th November, 2020 and the super work on the masks from Janine Connick, I am very humbled to have received the following note from the […] Continue reading →

Update on Garden Waste collections

An announcement was made last night by Cllr Mark Brunt, Leader of Reigate and Banstead Council, that the brown bin garden waste collections will be reinstated as of week commencing 22nd June. The attached link is the interview of Cllr Brunt, which gives an explanation on why this was suspended and also the grass verges […] Continue reading →

Wreath laid for VE Day 75th Anniversary

8th May 2020 Our Borough Councillors – Simon Parnall, Caroline Neame and Tim Archer, marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day by laying a wreath and standing in silence at the War Memorial at St. Andrew’s Church in Kingswood. Simon Parnall said, ‘We are utterly indebted to all who gave their lives that we might […] Continue reading →

Nuisance Bonfires

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the majority of residents for refraining from having bonfires at this critical time, when a lot of people are at home and in a lot of cases only have access to their own gardens or open windows for fresh air. I appreciate that we all have a […] Continue reading →