Contact Information

Tel: 01932 888851

Email: cdra@live.co.uk

LATEST NEWS

  1. COBHAM LIBRARY OPENING TIMES

    Cobham Library, in the Cedar Centre in Cedar Road, will have revised opening times from 5th Sept 2016. The Library will open at 9.30am instead of 9am.  Closing times will be unchanged.  The Library is closed on Mondays. (Jul 2016)


  2. A NEW HEALTH MONITOR ..

    ...has been installed at Cobham Health Centre.  It's a self-service machine measuring blood pressure, height, weight & BMI. Results are automatically transferred to your patient records & a copy is printed for you.  Have a go. Only takes a couple of minutes. (Jul 2016

     

     

     

      

  3. BUS FARES INCREASE

    Surrey Abellio fares went up on 16th July e.g. Adult fares for very short journeys up from £2.00 to £2.20 single. Most journeys up from £3.80 to £4 for an adult single ticket. Remember that Chatterbus is an excellent option for local journeys. (Jul 2016)

  4. OTHER ITEMS OF NEWS ...

    Earlier items of news can be found under the News tab on this website.  Current major news items are on our Hot Topics page.

Hot Topics

Here are some of the bigger items of concern just now. To find out more about them go to our Hot Topics page. 

  • Re-development of 1-7 Holly Parade, High Street, Cobham - Application 2016/2185. Elmbridge's deadline for comments/objections has been extended to 9th September 2016. 
  • Former Wisley Airfield Planning Application (Refused by Guildford Borough Council on 6th April but the site is still in their draft Local Plan. The public consultation period on this Plan closed 18th July)
  • Norwood Farm Planning Application (Refused by Elmbridge Borough Council on 20th May.)
  • Community Hospital Review (This has recommended keeping Molesey Hospital.  There will be no in-patient re-habilitation ward for Cobham Hospital)
  • Epsom & St Helier Hospital Trust Estates Review (In progress)
  • Neighbourhood Police Re-organisation (Hear more about this at the CDRA Residents' Meeting on 6th October where the guest speak will be David Munro, Police and Crime Commisioner for Surrey).
 
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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