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    For those of you who took part in our competition on Heritage Day to 'guess the number of sultanas in the cake', the answer was 734 sultanas. The prize has been delivered to the winner, a resident of Cobham (Sept 2015).  


    … are being reviewed by Surrey County Council.  Options being considered include changes to opening times and/or closing some less-used recycling sites.  Have your say at residents' consultation before 30 September (Aug 2015).  






    The CDRA has sponsored a flyer being published by the PPG to publicise new and convenient ways to save time for both patients and practice staff at Cobham Health Centre.  The flyer is available in local Pharmacists & at the Health Centre. Find out more about the PPG, including contact details, at Cobham PPG. (Sept 2015)


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CDRA Residents' Meeting Thursday 8th October, Cobham Village Hall

7.15pm for drinks and nibbles and a chance to chat to CDRA Committee Members, Councillors and PCSO Ian Lowe.  8pm meeting with guest speaker Elaine Burtenshaw, Surrey Police Crime Reduction Advisor for Elmbridge who will talk about how to prevent and reduce crine and offer advice on how you can reduce the chances of becoming a victim of crime.  All local residents welcome.


Community Hospital Review

At the CDRA Residents’ Meeting in April we heard about the review of NHS community hospital services by Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group. This has examined inpatient and outpatient services across Cobham, Dorking, Molesey, Leatherhead and the New Epsom and Ewell Community Hospitals.

A draft report has been published with a number of recommendations.  The report also identifies some options for further investigation.  These involve choices about which community hospitals remain open and which services are provided at each site. Two of the four options that have been short listed for consideration would involve transferring services from Molesey Community Hospital to Cobham Cottage Hospital.

We are expecting further consultation when the options for re-configuring the services are considered after the draft report is finalised.  There have already been some public workshops in the affected areas and the CDRA was represented at one of these.

If you would like to know more about the recommendations and options then go to community hospital review.



Cobham Sports ClubRugby World Cup and Cobham Rugby Club

If you missed our Residents’ Meeting last autumn then you missed a very interesting short talk which we had as a lead in to Cobham Rugby Club hosting the Namibian and Italian Teams for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.  Our speaker was Stephen Heard, Chairman of Cobham Rugby Club. You can read a copy of his talk by clicking 'read more' beneath the photo of the Cobham Sports Association clubhouse.


About Cobham & Downside Residents' Association

CDRA is a voluntary, non-political organisation working on behalf of the residents of Cobham and Downside. The aim of the association is to ensure that residents have a strong meaningful voice on matters that have an impact on their community.

If you would like to help us make a difference, we are always looking for enthusiastic local residents to join our committee.  Get in touch to find out what this would involve.  Our contact details are near the top right hand side of this screen.

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