Notices

Surrey Police: Mole Valley Beat Bulletin Monday 8th June 2015

Can you please circulate the details of the crime to the members of your Watch / Others if you think it will be of value.

Any suspicious incidents should be reported to the police on 101 quoting the Crime reference number as appropriate.

Ref: 45150047568
Location: Highbury Drive, Leatherhead
Date and Time: 04/06/2015 18:00 – 05/06/2015 12:45
Bike lock has been broken and bike stolen from behind block of flats.
Ref: 45150047734
Location: Woodfield Rd Ashtead
Date and Time: 06/06/2015 04:40
Car crashed into wall. Man arrested and bailed for further enquiries.
Ref: 45150047784
Location: Grove Corner Bookham
Date and Time: 05/06/2015 19:00-06/06/2015 06:00
Wing mirror smashed off the side of car.
Ref: 45150047891
Location: Polesden Lacy Bookham
Date and Time: 06/06/2015 13:15
Car set alight. Eastern CID are investigating.
Ref: 45150047958
Location: South St Dorking
Date and Time: 06/06/2015 18:45-06/06/2015 19:15
Neighbourhood Sgt 378 John Pearson is investigating the alleged theft of a black terrier  on Saturday evening. Any info please call him via 101.
Ref: P15144749
Location: GOLF COURSE IN OCKLEY
Date and Time: 06/06/2015 07:50
White Audi found in woodland near golf course has been recovered. Enquiries continue.
Ref: P15144447
Location: THE GARSTONS LITTLE_BOOKHAM
Date and Time: 05/06/2015 21:43
Suspicious man strolling up and down road on moped with “L” plates on back wearing sleeveless fleece and black helmet. Officers searched location but did not find any trace find the man.
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Planning ensures another success at the Investec Derby Festival
Months of planning and preparation have paid off after another Investec Derby Festival is hailed a success. Around 125,000 race-goers enjoyed a safe and secure two-day festival after Surrey Police and partner agencies assisted Epsom Downs Racecourse Limited with the prestigious event. The weekend began on Ladies Day (Friday, 5 June) and concluded with today’s Investec Derby Day which is attended each year by thousands of spectators and viewed by millions throughout the world, making it one of the most important dates in the sporting calendar. Police officers and police staff provided support to the large number of professional stewards and private security staff to ensure the event passed without major incident. By 6.10pm five arrests had been made – a very small number given the size of the crowd. The arrests were for two drugs offences, two public order offences and one arrest for an offence un-related to the event (wanted by another police force). Plans put in place, included traffic which involved officers from roads policing working in conjunction with Highways Agency, council parking enforcement and support from contractors to tow away any obstructing vehicles. Superintendent Jon Savell, said: “The Investec Derby Festival is a huge event which requires extensive planning every year, with this year being no different. “The weather stayed dry throughout the event which helped ensure race-goers were treated to two very enjoyable days of racing. “Officers will continue to have an increased presence in the Epsom area this evening to ensure people get home safely and any disruption to local residents is kept to a minimum. “I must commend the race organisers for their continued commitment to safety throughout the day and the thorough planning that goes into the festival. I would also like to thank all police officers and staff for their significant efforts, not only today but during the months of preparation prior to the event.” – See more at: http://www.surrey.police.uk/News/News-Stories/Full-news-story/Article/11376/Planning-ensures-another-success-at-the-Investec-Derby-Festival#sthash.MpBsRYrY.dpuf
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Are you planning ahead for Saturday 1 August and Sunday 2 August 2015?
Prudential RideLondon: an annual two-day festival of cycling:
A true legacy of the 2012 Games
Developed by the Mayor of London and his agencies, Prudential RideLondon is a world-class festival of cycling. The third edition will take place over the weekend of Saturday 1 August and Sunday 2 August 2015.
While the Mayor and his agencies are the custodians of Prudential RideLondon, the event is managed by the London & Surrey Cycling Partnership (LSCP), a partnership between London Marathon Events Limited (owners and operators of the London Marathon since 1981) and SweetSpot Group Limited (operators of the Tour of Britain).
With LSCP, Transport for London (TfL) and London & Partners (the Mayor’s official promotional organisation) coordinate the significant technical requirements for the event and work in partnership with London Boroughs, Surrey County Council, The Royal Parks, London Legacy Development Corporation and British Cycling, who are each integral to the delivery of the event.
This flagship event is part of the Mayor and TfL’s cycling programme. This includes a cycle-hire scheme and network of cycle superhighways across London, providing easy and secure cycle parking and wayfinding and investment in cycling in outer London via the Biking Boroughs programme, as well as working with London Boroughs to deliver child and adult cycling training courses.
Prudential RideLondon provides a fantastic platform to help fulfil The Mayor and TfL’s goal of encouraging more people to cycle more safely, more often. TfL anticipates tens of thousands of spectators and participants every year will take up regular cycling after each event. This will be achieved by creating massive engagement with participants, spectators and media alike.
There is no other closed-road event like it that combines the fun and accessible element of a free family ride in central London with the excitement of watching the world’s best professional cyclists race in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic and Prudential RideLondon Grand Prix.
Taking a cue from the London Marathon, amateur cyclists also participate in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 – a 100-mile challenge on the same closed roads as the professionals, with the added incentive of raising money for good causes. To capture it all, the best action is broadcast live on TV in the UK and internationally, to be seen by an audience of millions.
Prudential RideLondon also generates sustainable, long-term economic benefit to London and the UK alongside the money raised for good causes; as participants and spectators alike come to London both from the UK and overseas to spend their time and money in the capital.
After the inaugural event in 2013, the vision for Prudential RideLondon – to be one of the world’s leading cycling events and a lasting legacy of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games – has become reality.

Prudential RideLondon Volunteers Required

Prudential RideLondon have been in contact as they are looking for volunteers to help with this year’s events. If you think your residents may be interested in getting involved I would be most grateful if you could pass on this information. They have also supplied a poster which I attach and some text you may wish to use which is in blue below.

There is also a competition to win a top of the range carbon Verenti bike.
Prudential RideLondon is into its 3rd year and this year’s event is bigger & better. On Sunday 2 August, approximately 27,000 riders will participate in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100, cycling 100 miles from the start in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, out into Surrey and then back to London to a spectacular finish on the Mall. Finally, 150 of the world’s top professional cyclists – including our own Mark Cavendish – will race on an extended route from QEOP, out into Surrey and back to London and The Mall in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic.
Prudential RideLondon is looking for people to get involved in a variety of roles from being a yellow flag marshal for the professional race to handing out spectator guides & ensuring the safety of both riders and spectators alike.
Volunteers can choose a shift location and time at www.prudentialridelondon.co.uk/volunteers. Training is also provided and a suitable date can be chosen on the website.
All volunteers will receive a t-shirt, cap, water bottle, bag and lunch – and the chance to be involved in something amazing. 

Transform Leatherhead

The Masterplanners and Mole Valley Team for Transform Leatherhead will be out and about in Leatherhead in June, explaining their programme and consulting with residents about the issues and opportunities in the town centre.  Confirmed dates are as follows:

5 & 6 June       Taking a stall at the French and General Markets, meeting residents, handing out information postcards and invitations to take part in an opinion survey.


 11 June            Community Reference Group Meeting.


24 June            Community Reference Group Visioning Workshop.


26 & 27 June    Community Planning Weekend – taking a stand in the High Street; carrying    out Walk and Talk Tours;  organizing Workshops. In addition on 26 June they will talk to commuters at the railway station.


LRA Agenda 1 June 2015

LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION

            COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON MONDAY  1 JUNE 2015 AT 7.30PM AT THE LETHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM

AGENDA

            Are there any questions to come under AOB?

  1. Apologies for absence
  2. Minutes of meeting held on 11 May 2015
  3. Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda
  4. Correspondence
  5. Chairman’s Report
    1. Meeting with Yvonne Rees
    2. Meeting with BLEAF
  6. Reports from sub-committees
    1. Environment (see report)
    2. Forward Planning
    3. Health
    4. Highways
    5. Membership & Publicity
      1. Notice Board
      2. Help Shop
    6. Planning (see report)
  7. Newsletter
    1. Distribution/Road Stewards
  8. Ashtead & Leatherhead Local
  9. AOB
    1. Twitter
  10. Date of next meeting: Monday 6 July 2015 Room G6

If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See “Contact” on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm

Ave atque Vale!

Dear Readers,
 
This is to announce the death of Fulvius. The link below explains why the death occurred:
Fulvius’ Last Comment.
 
I fear that since the pseudonym has been compromised, my continued use of it could cause embarrassment to the LRA and, more especially, to my wife. I wish to avoid this and, therefore, Fulvius is no more.

Agenda for Committee Meeting 11 May 2015

 

LEATHERHEAD RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION

 

COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD ON MONDAY 11 MAY AT 7.30PM AT
THE LEATHERHEAD INSTITUTE ROOM G6

 
AGENDA

 

 
Are there any questions to come under AOB?

 

1  Apologies for absence


2  Minutes of meeting held on 2 March 2015

3  Matters arising from meeting not covered elsewhere on the Agenda

    (a) 3a(i) New Logo
    (b) 3b    Reply from Nick Gray, MVDC Deputy Chief Executive, to HC’s letter
 
4  Chairman’s Report 

5  Reports from sub-committees

    (a)  Environment
    (b)  Forward Planning
    (c)  Health
    (d)  Membership & Publicity
    (e)  Planning 

6  Newsletter 

7  Ashtead & Leatherhead Local 

8  AOB 

   (a)  Membership Card Phone Number
   (b)   Road Reps
   (c)   Speakers 

9  Date of next meeting:  Monday 1 June 2015 Room G6

 
If members have any problems they wish the Committee to discuss, please contact the Chairman (See “Contact” on the website) or in person at The Institute at 7.15pm before the Committee starts its meeting at 7.30pm.

 

 

 

 

 


Surrey Police: FRIDAY 1st MAY MOLE VALLEY BEAT UPDATE BULLETIN.

Any suspicious incidents should be reported to the police on 101 quoting the Crime reference number as appropriate.

Ref: 45150035090
Location: Bentsbrook Close North Holmwood
Date and Time: 28/04/2015 18:30 – 29/04/2015 08:00
Theft of Lead and Tiles From Front Entrance Roof Area.
Ref: 45150035106
Location: Mole Road Fetcham
Date and Time: 27/04/2015 13:00 – 29/04/2015 12:30
Chain link fence has been damaged this is a field with the fence surrounding it.
Ref: 45150035246
Location: Oxshott Road Leatherhead
Date and Time: 29/04/2015 11:00 – 29/04/2015 15:00
House  burgled and various items stolen . Under investigation by CID officers.
Ref: P15108671
Location: Rusper Rd Newdigate
Date and Time: 29/04/2015 13:43
Suspicious Activity. White Man with what looked like a flag / union jack tattoo on his neck knocked at door asking about van parked in garden. He was in a green land Rover Defender K401DSX with an older looking lady in the front and a load of tree cuttings in the back.
Ref: P15108636
Location: The Street Capel
Date and Time: 29/04/2015 13:06
Cold Caller. Man and woman found on driveway who said they were delivering leaflet’s advertising landscape gardening. They were driving a white transit with and orange light on the roof but with no sign writing. Reg’ not seen.
Ref: 45150035118
Location: Guildford Road Wotton
Date and Time: 28/04/2015 20:00- 29/04/2015 10:44
Sheep in field have been attacked causing death to one ewe and potentially three lambs. Under investigation by rural affairs PC Mark Trezise.
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Man charged in connection with death of cyclist on A24 at Beare Green.
A man has been charged in connection with the death of a cyclist on the A24 in Beare Green.
Robert Worrall, aged 30, from Beare Green, died when he was involved in a collision with a vehicle on the A24 in the early hours of Sunday 9 November 2014.
Amir Hussain, 61, of Horsham Road, Dorking has been charged with failing to stop at the scene of an accident and failing to report an accident. He has been bailed to appear at Redhill Magistrates Court on May 15.


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Please remain vigilant in Mole Valley as there’s been another nasty scam near- by!
Appeal for information following Outwood fraud
East Surrey CID is appealing for information following a fraud offence in Outwood where a woman in her 80s was conned out of cash and jewellery.

The victim received a telephone call at around 7pm on Thursday, 23 April from a man claiming to be police officer from a London station. The caller claimed that a man was in custody suspected of using the victim’s credit cards and urged her to collect all her cash, bank cards and valuables before putting them in a bag for a courier to collect.

Later that evening a man arrived at the property in a taxi and collected the bagged items before leaving the scene on foot. Officers believe the taxi driver who bought the man to the victim’s property may not have realised what was happening and are appealing for him to come forward. If he would like to provide information anonymously this can be done through the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

The suspect is described as black, in his late teens and of slim build.
PC Jen Bilton, said: “Crimes of this nature where offenders target elderly or vulnerable people are simply inexcusable and I would like to take this opportunity to remind people to help us spread the message about these offences.

“Unfortunately, fraudsters often purport to be police officers and are therefore extremely convincing to their victims. They often feel ashamed or embarrassed about falling for these scams and they shouldn’t.

“I ask all victims to report such offences to Surrey Police as we need to catch these criminals.”

Officers are releasing images of a number of items of jewellery which were taken during the offence and they would like to hear from anyone who has seen or been offered these items for sale. Enquiries are being carried out at pawn brokers and other second hand shops where jewellery is bought/sold as part of the investigation.

More information about keeping yourself and others safe can be found by visiting


Anyone who can assist officers with their investigation is urged to contact Surrey Police quoting reference 45150033641. Information can be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Reporting crime or suspicious activity.
Report as soon as possible with as much detail as you can provide. Tell us if suspects are alone or in a group; if they are trespassing and whether they have equipment, dogs or firearms with them. Tell us where you think they may be heading and where they may have been. What do they look like? Have they any vehicles? Can you safely note the model and registration number(s)? Can you safely photograph the suspect(s)? Always consider personal safety before approaching any individuals. Call 101 to report crime, or dial 999 in an emergency or if a crime is in progress.
Unsure about security? Contact Surrey Police on 101 and ask to speak to your local Crime Reduction Advisor

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Airspace change trial at Ockham Holding Stack

We have just been informed that an airspace change trial will be held between 30 April-30 September 2015 on the operation of the Ockham stack. 
The Ockham stack is one of four areas where aircraft are held at busy times awaiting landing space at Heathrow Airport.  Aircraft held in the stack fly an elongated circular pattern extending as far south as Dorking and as far east and west as Ashtead and Little Bookham respectively. The area can contain up to nine aircraft ‘stacked’ vertically at 1000ft intervals from a base of 7,000ft.  Further details are given in the attached fact sheet and flight maps.
The trial will test the use of performance based navigation techniques (PBN, sometimes called PRNAV) for operating the stack as a replacement for the ground-based beacon at Ockham that currently guides aircraft into the holding pattern.
National Air Traffic Services (NATS) who are conducting the trial say it is not expecting any perceptible change on the ground because the position and height of the stack is not changing, and a similar trial at another stack at Biggin Hill has not resulted in flightpath concentration.
However, if any residents are disturbed by aircraft noise as a result of the trial, please let me know and/or advise them to register a complaint to Heathrow Airport by emailing noise@heathrow.com or using the complaint form on the Heathrow Airport website at: http://www.heathrowairport.com/noise/what-you-can-do/make-a-complaint-about-noise .
Yours faithfully
Guy Davies
Principal Planning Policy Officer
Mole Valley District Council
01306 879281

Art/Rubbish Exhibition at ex Helpshop Leatherhead

This is a fantastic exhibition put on by the LRA  Environment sub-committee with the financial support of Mole Valley DC and the CPRE
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These creative works have been designed and assembled by six local schools and residents. 

HAVE YOU SEEN IT?

Other organisations want to borrow it!

See it at the old Help Shop in Leatherhead High Street this week from Thursday 23 April to Saturday 25 April from 10am until 5pm each day.

Surrey Police: Mixed bag of thefts and sus vehicle on over-night shee

The following crime occurred in or near to your area. Can you please circulate the details if you think it will be of value.

Any suspicious incidents should be reported to the police on 101 quoting the Crime reference number as appropriate.

Mixed bag of thefts and sus vehicle on over-night sheet. Can you help us with any..if so call 101 and quote ref.
Ref: 45150030089
Location: Swan Centre Leatherhead
Date and Time. 13/04/2015 10:30
Theft of purse from shopping basket.
 http://www.surrey.police.uk/Keeping-Safe
Ref: 45150030100
Location: Dorking
Date and Time. 11/04/2015 14:00 – 15:00
Theft of valuables bag in football club changing room.
Ref: 45150030255
Location: Tyrrells Wood
Date and Time. 13/04/2015 20:03 -23:04
Attempted theft of York Stone patio.
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Ref: P15094320
Location: Chapel Lane Little Bookham
Date and Time. 13/04/2015 22:35
Suspicious Activity: 4×4 with a powerful search light travelling along the contour to the field / possible poaching.

Poaching (hunting or fishing) is illegal if: the game or fish is not in season; the perpetrator does not hold a license; the hunter used an illegal weapon for a particular animal; the animal or plant is on restricted land; the right to hunt a particular animal is claimed by someone else; the means used are illegal (e.g. baiting); or the animal or fish is protected by law or is an endangered species.