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Mount Browne development

As many of you know, the Surrey Police have recently submitted a planning application to change and rebuild parts of their estate to make it more suitable for the needs of modern policing.

The application can been found on the Guildford Borough Council website:


Braboeuf Manor development

Elysian Residences, the company that is to develop the University of Law site at Braboeuf Manor, has submitted a planning application to Guildford Borough Council.

It can be viewed via this link:



Information technology at its most basic: new notice boards

The parish council has three new notice boards. After about seventeen years, the old boards were rotting away and needed replacing.

Thanks to a £1600 grant from Surrey County Councillor Matt Furniss, the parish council was able to commission Cleveland Joinery in Farncombe to build three replacement boards. And what an excellent job they have done; a proper craftsman's production.

Thanks are also due to Steve and Phil of the Loseley estate team who fixed them to the original posts and to Alexander More-Molyneux for providing their services, not to mention your parish clerk who painted and varnished them prior to fitting. A true team effort.

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