Thank you, everyone, who has written in and for those who have not please don't worry, there is still time. We have managed to win a 4-week extension to the deadline which is now 5 pm on the 14th December. We have been advised that all comments are relevant but only comments related to the NEW MODIFICATIONS will carry the most weight. We will be supplying further ideas for relevant comments over the next few weeks. Even if you have already written in, please consider writing
The Last Chance Mayford has to retain its identity as a separate settlement! Not only do we stand to lose the visual divide between the village of Mayford and built-up Woking We will also lose: A vitally important field which supports a large variety of Wildlife, Owls, Deer, Bats, Buzzards, Kites, Slow Worms, Common Lizards, Stag Beetles, and a large variety of Birdlife. We all want it protected! It was designated, by Woking Borough Council as, "Open Space not to be developed
FIND OUT HOW TO RESPOND HERE The Site Allocations DPD and its supporting documents are undergoing the Local Plan Examination process. The Council is consulting on a series of proposed modifications to the DPD, and accompanying documents. Due to the national lockdown and associated restrictions coming into force from 5 November, the deadline for the submission of representations has been extended and will now close at 5pm on Monday 14 December 2020. The examination documents,
As our six-year campaign draws to a close, we are asking for residents’ support to keep our village’s identity. The North end of Egley road is the last chance we, as a Village, will have to remain visually separate from the urban sprawl of built up Woking. This green divide is what gives our village its identity, this field is vital and is one of the important reasons many of us chose to settle here and is why we are fighting to save it! Please support us in our endeavours to
Today we remember those who gave their lives for our freedom. Lest we forget their sacrifice! We also remember the 30 brave Old Mayfordians who sacrificed their lives for us in the Great War. Their names are on a plaque that sits in a storage room in Woking Borough Council offices. One day we hope to see their names represented in Mayford Village on a memorial as they deserve!
New Lockdown restrictions and regulations explained National restrictions from 5 November Applies to: England (see guidance for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland)
COVID-19 case numbers are rising rapidly across the whole of the UK and in other countries. We must act now to control the spread of the virus. The single most important action we can all take to fight coronavirus is to stay at home, to protect the NHS and save lives.
When we reduce our day-to-day contact with ot