Get Surrey Queen's birthday party planners in Chobham pledge the show will go on Get Surrey The group have since planned to host the bash at Chobham Cricket Club's ground, behind St Lawrence Church. In 2012, the village celebrated the monarch's diamond jubilee in a similar fashion and were successful in closing High Street. ?Surrey Heath ...
Get Surrey Chelsea Flower Show: Chobham landscape designers scoop five awards Get Surrey Landform Consultants, based on Bagshot Road, received one gold, three silver gilts and one silver RHS medal on Monday (May 23). The construction and design team worked on five show gardens at this year's event, led by managing director Mark Gregory.
Telegraph.co.uk Mapped: the designer villages where house prices are over £1 million Telegraph.co.uk ... Surrey, Greater Manchester, Hertfordshire and Hampshire, have joined the so-called ?Millionaires' Club?, where average asking prices, recorded by Rightmove, have leapfrogged the £1 million mark. The new eight include Chobham in Surrey; Chorleywood, ...
Haslemere held by unwarlike Maori Farnham Herald Haslemere II travelled to Chobham II in their Fullers Surrey League match and beat their struggling opponents by ten wickets. After a lengthy delay to the start, Chobham managed just 121-9 from their reduced 38 overs. Paul Jarmain, Neil Cooper and Tom ...
Get Surrey Queen's Birthday Honours: Chobham special needs charity co-founder appointed MBE Get Surrey The 70-year-old Chobham resident becomes the second family member to be appointed after husband Gordon received the hallowed nomination letter eight years ago. She added: ?It has felt surreal since I first knew. I tried to put it to the back of my mind ...
Surrey Mirror Batting collapse costs Horley against Wandgas Surrey Mirror AFTER last week's win, Horley's spirits ran high again when they dismissed the hosts for a meagre 82, however a catastrophic lower-order collapse meant they ended up on the losing side. Trevor Stevens had a fantastic day for Horley, taking six wickets ...
Get Surrey 10 times Brian Blessed OBE blew us away with his colossal power Get Surrey Surrey's a pretty nice place to live. It really is hardly surprising some of Britain's most discerning figures and celebrities choose to live here. Enter Chobham resident Brian Blessed OBE. We love Brian. It's hard not to get caught up in his zesty ...
Bracknell News Chobham Road bridge weight row rumbles on Bracknell News The Royal Borough and neighbouring Surrey County Council have been at loggerheads over the bridge since RBWM's decision to impose an 18 tonne ban on the bridge last summer as Surrey councillors feared it would force more lorries onto dangerous ...
Get Surrey Bank holiday weekend: Things to do with your kids around Surrey and Hampshire Get Surrey There will be an exciting procession, May queen, stunt show, falconry display, Punch and Judy, Charlie Chaplin, live music, dancing, stalls, food and drink and traditional May fair activities at the annual carnival on Chobham Recreation Ground, Station ...
Get Surrey Queen's Birthday Honours: Charitable actor Brian Blessed made an OBE Get Surrey Chobham-based bellowing actor Brian Blessed has been appointed OBE for services to the arts and charity in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The star, famed for taking to the screen and stage as Shakespearian leads, said the appointment came as a ... Surrey and Hampshire residents make the Queen's Birthday Honours ListEagle Radio
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charges from October 2009
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Fencing parts of
In order to meet Natural England's
requirement that Chobham Common be returned to 'favourable condition'
by the end 2010, the Surrey Wildlife Trust will fence certain
areas for grazing cattle between March and September each year
(with some flexibility depending on the weather), over a period
of 10 years. Gates and / or squeezes would be installed in the
fencing to provide access to paths. The fencing would be removed
in October. The corner posts, the large intermediary posts and
gates would be permanent fixtures within the relevant period.