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An attempt to solve Stanwell Moor parking woes


Two or three weeks ago, this sign appeared in several locations in Stanwell Moor. For a few days Horton Road was devoid of the long line of parked cars that narrow the highway and force drivers to slow down.

Then everything returned to normal. Taxi drivers - the intended audience of the signs - returned to Horton Road when they noticed that the signs were not official.

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Spelthorne Crime Summit, 22/09/2015: my notes

I know, I know, it's 2016, not 2015. I am publishing my notes on the 2015 Spelthorne Crime Summit eleven months too late. For instance, Kevin Hurley is not any more the PCSS for Surrey.
Well, read this page and tell me if you heard about the "Joint Enforcement Team" lately...

Stanwell Moor is part of the Spelthorne borough, so I went to the Spelthorne Crime Summit, on 22nd September 2015, to learn more about how crime is being fought in our borough. Here are my notes.

The summit was cha... [Read more]

The 7:40PM 446 bus: lost somewhere?


Last week I went from Stanwell Moor to London four times, and four times I tried to come back home with the 446 Abellio bus due to leave Heathrow's Terminal 5 at 19:40. Twice the bus did not show up, leaving a bunch of foreign tourists and myself stranded. Luckily, the drivers of the RailAir 71 bus, which stops in Stanwell Moor Road, outside the village, accepted my ticket (and those of a family o... [Read more]

New charges at Surrey's community recycling centres will bring new illegal dumping sites

From 1st September 2016 new charges will be introduced for some non-household waste at Surrey community recycling centres accepting such types of waste.

The objects we won't be able to dump for free anymore:
Tyres (or part of tyes): £5 each;£4 per bag (max 50cm x 77 cm) of plasterboard and/or concrete fence posts and/or ceramic bath and/or cistern and/or paving slabs.
Furthermore, if the above materials are loose, the fee will be £50 per car load.

Pricey? There are exceptions, luckily... [Read more]