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- Virtual MuseumWe currently have four casual vacancies on the Parish Council – we need councillors with a range of talents. If you are interested, come to a meeting to see what we do.We are a proactive Council keen do what we can to support our local communities. Would you like to help us with environmental projects, whilst keeping fit and making new friends? If so please contact us.Worplesdon Parish Council is a non-party political, non-ecclesiastical organisation.
Road closure Salt Box Road – Road resurfacing work
THE SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL
SALT BOX ROAD (C14) GUILDFORD
TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC ORDER 2018
SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSE TO MAKE the above mentioned Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to temporarily prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in that length of Salt Box Road (C14) Guildford as extends from its junction with the circulatory carriageway comprised in the roundabout situated at its junction with A320 Woking Road to its junction with the circulatory carriageway comprised in the roundabout situated at its junction with A322 Worplesdon Road. Vehicular traffic will be diverted via Worplesdon Road (A320), Dennis’ Roundabout, Middleton Road (A25), Woodbridge Road (A25), Ladymead (A25), Stoke Crossroads and Woking Road (A320) or this route in reverse order.
This Order is required to enable Surrey County Council to carry out winter damage repair works and/or major highway maintenance works. These works are anticipated to be carried out between 09.30hrs and 16.30hrs, as soon as possible within the 18 month period of operation of this Order which commences on 23 August 2018. Advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary closure will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. Access to premises within the affected length of road, including access by emergency vehicles to these properties, will be maintained at all times, as will access for pedestrians and cyclists. Any vehicle found to be obstructing the highways during these works will be removed to a suitable location outside the limits of the works after all reasonable methods have been undertaken to identify and contact the vehicle’s owner.READ MORE
Worplesdon Parish Council’s longest serving councillor
Cllr Sandra Morgan MBE achieved a milestone of 50 years’ service to the community this year. At the June full council meeting Cllr Morgan was presented with a long-service certificate and bouquet of flowers by the Chairman Cllr Paul Cragg. The Parish Council offers its congratulations on this amazing achievement!
Jacobs Well Scout Troop – adult volunteers required
1st Jacobs Well Scouts
Some of you passing the Village Hall in Jacobs Well may have noticed that the Scout and Guide HQ has suddenly got a lot busier with Beaver and Cub Scouts. We have managed over the last year to find volunteers to start 2 Beaver scout and 2 Cub scout units, and I am pleased to say that all are happy and numbers are growing, 78 at last count. They are growing so much that we are hoping to start a Scout troop at the end of the year. It will be about 20 years since the Village had a troop if we are successful. We have lots of eager recruits but need some adult volunteers to make it happen.
I can imagine you are now thinking, I can’t be a leader, I know nothing about Scouts, I don’t have the time, but Scouts has changed a lot in recent years, the values are still the same but if commitments mean you can’t be there every week, that’s okay, you know nothing about Scouts, there is full training available to suit you.
We really do not want Scouts to disappear again from Jacobs Well, so if you think you may be able to give some time to grow the present Group, please contact me for more information
District Commissioner Guildford West Scouts
07421 818179READ MORE
Travellers on Wood Street Village Green
We are aware of the traveller encampment on Wood Street Village Green, and are in the process of doing all we can, as quickly as possible.
The travellers who arrived on Saturday 14 July will be served with a notice directing them to leave as soon as possible.
We are working with the police who are also aware of the current situation. If the caravans and accompanying vehicles have not left site in accordance with the direction to leave, we will take further action through the legal process.
We are monitoring the situation and have provided the occupants with bin bags, and made arrangements to remove any rubbish.
If you are reporting anti-social behaviour or criminal activity, please contact Surrey Police on their non-emergency number 101 or 999 in an emergency only.
For further information about how we deal with traveller encampments, please visit
Objection to planning application no: 18/P/01014 – Land north of Keens Lane
Worplesdon Parish Council has submitted its objection to planning application no:18/P/01014 Land North Of Keens Lane to Guildford Borough Council. The parish council also commissioned the following desktop ecological surveys 180508 C3287 Land North Of Keens Lane Desk Study IG LP SENT and 180508 C3287 Figure 1 SBIC Datasearch Final Report AK SENTREAD MORE
Worplesdon Flood Forum walkabout held 6 July 2018
Planning to ensure the potential development at Blackwell Farm doesn’t have a detrimental impact on our existing communities.READ MOREREAD MORE
Important winter water advice
Important winter water advice
What to do if you have frozen or burst pipes:
Water pipes can freeze if they are not properly insulated and can then burst as the thaw comes.
South East Water, which supplies drinking water to 2.2 million customers across Kent, Sussex, Surrey and parts of Hampshire, has the following advice:
Should you find you have no water, first check the South East Water website In Your Area map at inyourarea.digdat.co.uk/southeastwater to see if there is a problem on the supply network.
If no incident is showing, check with your neighbours to see if they have water. If they do, you should check for frozen pipes and take action to prevent a burst, which can cause damage.
If your pipes have frozen:
- Turn off the water supply at the stop tap
- Slowly thaw the pipes by wrapping them in warm materials like towels starting at the end nearest to the tap.
- You could ask your neighbour for some warm water to soak the towels in to speed up the process.
- Never use a naked flame or blowtorch to thaw frozen pipes
If your pipes burst:
- Turn off the stop tap
- Open all taps to drain the system quickly
- Soak up/block off escaping water with thick towels
- Call a qualified plumber. To find your nearest WaterSafe accredited plumber visit watersafe.org.uk
- If water has leaked near your electrics or into any electrical appliances, switch them off at the mains
- Turn off taps once the pipework is repaired to avoid further flooding
If you and your neighbours do not have water and no incident is showing on the South East Water website, call 0333 000 0002 to report the problem.
For details on how to wrap up homes for winter go to: southeastwater.co.uk/wrap-up-for-winter.
Land North of Keens Lane, Worplesdon
Land North of Keens Lane, Worplesdon
PUBLIC CONSULTATION EVENT
Land to the north of Keens Lane in Worplesdon has been identified in Guildford Borough Council’s Submission Local Plan to deliver 150 new properties and a 60+ bed specialist (dementia) care home.
The developers, Ashill are holding a drop in session to meet their team and see the plans on 23rd February 2018, between 4 – 8 pm at Worplesdon Memorial Hall, Perry Hill, Worplesdon, GU3 3RF.
In light of these proposals Worplesdon Parish Council commissioned an Independent Traffic Report, which was carried out by specialist Traffic Consultants – RGP – You can view the report by clicking here.READ MORE