Margaret Hellawell was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2008. On 24th She will be marking the end of Parkinson’s Awareness Week by walking at least 3 laps of Goldsworth Park Lake. She will be starting her walk from the Community … Continued
The out-door gym has now been installed alongside the children’s play ground on the north side of the lake. Each piece of equipment has instructions for use with recommended durations.
Proposed changes to local bus services – public consultation closes As you will be aware, Surrey County Council is in the second year of a three year review of local transport services. Some proposals to change local bus services have … Continued
On 20th March Goldsworth Park hosts the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile from Woking Hockey Club and around the lake. There is a choice of over 1.5km, 2.5km or 5km. For further information send an email to WBC’s Health & Wellbeing … Continued
From Wednesday the 6th April all dog will have to be micro-chipped. WBC is hosting a free micro-chipping event on Wednesday 17th February outside Waitrose on Goldsworth Park from 11am to 3pm. The penalty for dog owners do not comply … Continued
There are a couple of planning matters that I would like to bring to your attention. Both of the applications can be viewed on the Woking Borough Council website under Planning and Regulation. If you have any difficulty in … Continued
There will be a public meeting on the proposed merger of Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals and Royal Surrey County Hospital in Woking on the following date and venue: Monday 25th January 2016 St Dunstan’s Church Hall, Shaftesbury Rd, … Continued
There will be a Police Panel, probably the last, on Tuesday 15th December 2015, 7.00pm – 8.00pm in the Community Hall.
Dear Sir / Madam Please find attached a Surrey County Council Information Sheet relating to works to be carried out by Affinity Water stating at the end of January 2016. External Information Sheet These are major utility works which will … Continued
The introduction of mixed kerbside recycling has significantly improved recycling rates across the borough. Residents now recycle around 60% of what they throw away. With more recyclables going into our blue-lidded bins at home, our use of community collection facilities … Continued