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The Runnymede Community Safety Partnership is conducting its annual review of Runnymede's Community Safety Strategy.

The Community Safety Partnership is made up of statutory membership of the local authority,
county council, police, fire service, public health service and probation service.

The youth support service also contributes to the partnership.

This review includes seeking the views and understanding the concerns of our residents and businesses
as it relates to crime and antisocial behaviour.

This consultation is an opportunity for you to have your say on what you would like RBC & others to concentrate on in 2019/20.

We are consulting on:

- Your perceptions of crime and antisocial behaviour in your area

- Your feelings towards how well the Community Safety Partnership is tackling crime and antisocial behaviour in your area.

This survey will run from Tuesday 22 January to Tuesday 19 February 2019.


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Runnymede Medical Practice
Important information, and update evening
for Egham and Englefield Green Patients Only!

Venue: 7.15pm Wednesday 30th Jan 2019 at the Jurgen Centre

Harvest Road, Englefield Green, TW20 0QR.

There is limited seating in the Jurgen Centre for a Maximum of 100 people.

Dont worry if you can't get to this meeting as there will be other meetings during the year.

There are going to be a series of meetings through out 2019 about major changes to the Runnymede Health Centre accross both sites. The Englefield Green Site and the Newton Court Site in Old Windsor.

The Partners (Doctors' Hayter, Howells & Uppal)
The Management team and
The Patient Participation Group

Invite you too:

***** A meeting to discuss the future of general practice

***** How it is changing the way in which Runnymede Medical Practice works day to day,

***** And how we are recruiting differently for your practice.

We would like to reassure you that caring for your health, well-being and your quality of care remains our priority.

The next meeting will be in Old Windsor for Newton Court Patients



About The Egham Residents' Association

In the early 1980s Runnymede Borough Council proposed to build houses on Manorcroft Playing Field between Egham railway station and Manorcrofts School. Egham residents reacted against the possible loss of this well-used amenity by forming the Manorcroft Field Protection Group. This group became the Egham Residents Association in 1983, when it was agreed that its remit should be widened to work on behalf of all residents in the Egham Town ward.

In this regard:

We support three Runnymede Borough Independent Residents’ Group Councillors that represent Egham Town ward;

We actively seek to protect our local environment (gravel raising, waste management and transport issues e.g. M25, Heathrow expansion, Runnymede roundabout etc);

We keep a watching brief on Egham planning applications & issues (including the impact of the implementation of the RHUL 2013 Masterplan expansion);

We organise public meetings and speakers on issues affecting Egham;

We work on committees to enhance our town (we were prime movers in town centre pedestrianisation in the 1990s (& countering 2015 attempts to remove it)), a contributor to the Magna Carta 800th Anniversary celebrations in 2015 & are currently working with RBC on the Egham Gateway development following the opening of the Waitrose/Travelodge complex);

We support local groups and charities (via an annual Community Fair, Barn Dance and carol singing); and

We produce 4 newsletters each year & regular e-mail alerts on urgent issues that arise between newsletters .

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