WARNING! Regards Oak Processionary Moth Caterpillars

Oak Processionary Moth caterpillar sightings confirmed There have been several confirmed sightings of Oak Processionary Moth (OPM) caterpillars in parts of the borough and residents are being reminded to avoid all contact with this hazardous tree pest. Oak Processionary Moths have been present in the UK since 2012 with infestations found in London and parts of the South East in recent years. Their nests are typically dome or teardrop-shaped, ranging in size – from a ping pong ball to as large as a rucksack. They are white when fresh, but soon become discoloured and brown. The caterpillars have black heads and bodies covered in long white hairs that contain proteins which can cause itchy rash

Mayford's Public Consultation for the potential relocation of David Lloyd to Egley Road is to be

The Public have been invited to attend a series of public exhibitions to discuss plans for the new Woking Community Stadium and new homes at Kingfield. The side effect of which is the relocating of David Lloyd Health and Racket Club to Southern End of Egley Road along with 60 homes behind Wyvale Garden Centre. The Public events are as follows: Friday 12 July, 2pm to 8pm at the Laithwaite Community Stadium, Kingfield Road, GU22 9AA Saturday 13 July, 10am to 12pm at the Laithwaite Community Stadium Tuesday 16 July, 2pm to 6pm at the Laithwaite Community Stadium Thursday 18 July, 4pm to 8pm at Mayford Village Hall, Saunders Lane, GU22 0NN

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