Jump to Accessibility Information (Access Key = 0 ) Jump to Home Page (Access Key = 1 ) Jump to About Us (Access Key = 2 ) Jump to Your Local Police (Access Key = 3 ) Jump to Our Current Top Tip (Access Key = 4 ) Jump to Joining NHW (Access Key = 5 ) Jump to Other Useful Contacts (Access Key = 6 ) Jump to FAQ Page (Access Key = 7 ) Jump to Ways to Sponsor Us Page (Access Key = 8 ) Jump to Report Crime Here Page (Access Key = 9 ) Jump to Downloadable Literature Page (Access Key = m ) Jump to Contact Us Page (Access Key = b ) Jump to Site Map Page (Access Key = c )
 

Other Useful Contacts

My Spelthorne

Please enter your full Spelthorne postcode [e.g. TW18 1XX] here to be taken to your Spelthorne Borough Council Local page.

 

Spelthorne Community Group Contact List.
Two page PDF file and opens in a new window.

 

Have Your Say

In this section you will find information on how to have your say in local decision making. You can take part in consultations on-line and submit your comments, compliments or complaints about our services.  You can also find out how to influence decisions by asking questions, speaking or presenting petitions at meetings

 

Partnership Action Days (PADs)

Partnership Action Days offer the public the chance to see how the agencies of the Spelthorne Safer Stronger Partnership work together to tackle community safety issues such as crime and anti social behaviour.

These one-day events are held across Spelthorne every three months, visiting the towns of Ashford, Staines, Stanwell, Shepperton and Sunbury.

At these events, there are various exhibitions from the agencies taking part, giving out free information and advice about crime prevention. home security, personal safety, fire safety and health.

These events also provide an opportunity for residents and members of the business community to talk to officers about local issues.

At the same time, enforcement action and other activities are carried out such as speed checks, vehicle inspections, visits to licensed premises, truancy patrols, litter picks and graffiti removal.

Community Safety and the fear of crime is shown to be one of the principal concerns of local residents and these events are an important way of bringing key people together.

Key agencies of the Partnership include Surrey Police, Spelthorne Borough Council, Surrey County Council, Surrey Fire and Rescue Services and Spelthorne Neighbourhood Watch.

 

Trading Standards

Surrey County Council Trading Standards Service aims to create an environment of “Confident Consumers and Trusted Traders” through advice and enforcement. Our work, campaigns and projects can be found on the Business and consumers page.

Who to contact:

 

Age UK

Age UK Runnymede and Spelthorne is an independent, registered charity that provides practical support for older people living in the Runnymede and Spelthorne area.

Our Community Support Services aim to help people remain living independently in their own homes.

 

Gambling-Policy-Statement-Consultation

The Gambling Act 2005 introduced new procedures which significantly affect the administration of gambling in this country.  Spelthorne Borough Council became a licensing authority under the Act  and are responsible for dealing with applications for Premises Licences, permits, Occasional Use Notices and Temporary Use Notices for gambling activities and premises within the borough.

17Oct12

 

Surrey Police
Holiday Inn
BP
Spelthorne Together
© Copyright 2014, Lancaster Hunt Systems Ltd