Police are investigating an assault between two women outside McDonald’s in Redhill in the early hours of Sunday 15 October.
They are looking for anyone who may have seen something in relation to the incident.
In particular they have been given the names of three men; David, Vincent and Ben and they believe they are associated with a white Vauxhall Combo Corsa van seen on CCTV.
One of them is believed to be a wheelchair user.
Officers would also like to trace a fourth witness shown in the CCTV.
If you recognise these witnesses, please contact Surrey Police by calling 101 and quoting 45170113973 or by contacting independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
There’s just six days left to share your experiences of Horsham Park and Chesworth Farm.
You have until Monday next (27th November) to respond.
So far over 960 people have shared their views.
Horsham District Council is looking at how these parks will be developed and managed over the next seven years and to help them come up with a new management plan they want to hear from residents.
You can share your views here
Or contact the council directly
A person was hurt and their dog seriously injured following an attack in Merstham on Tuesday afternoon (21 November)
Three men wearing balaclavas and and carrying knives entered a property on Brook Road.
A dog received a 3 inch cut to one of its ears and an occupant suffered minor injuries that didn’t require medical attention.
The men were then seen running from the property.
Two vehicles were seen nearby, a Ford Ka, and a brown Mercedes.
The incident happened around 5 o’clock in the afternoon and police are keen to speak to anyone who may have been present.
If you can help, please contact Surrey Police on 101, quoting crime reference number 45170129696 or by using https://report.police.uk
Alternatively you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Crawley’s Victorian bandstand is now a step closer to being restored and relocated to the Memorial Garden
The Borough Council has been working with specialist Leander Architecture to refurbish and restore the bandstand after it was moved from Queens Square to make way for the regeneration works in 2016.
The restoration work includes Minor repairs, new paintwork and a new feature for the apex of the roof.
Construction of the foundations for the bandstand to rest on will begin in December and be completed in January, ready for the installation of the bandstand, flooring and lighting.
Completion is expected in February.
Street lights in Surrey are to be turned back on for an extra hour overnight just a year after the council decided to switch them off.
Since last December, more than 30,000 lights have been switched off for five hours each night to help fund multi-million pound budget savings.
Surrey County Council said they would now be left on for an hour longer, until 1am rather than midnight, beginning tomorrow (Thursday 23 Nov).
It said the decision was taken after listening to residents’ concerns.
They are able to do this because the savings from turning off the lights in the early hours of the morning are likely to be higher than anticipated.
Looking ahead, the council was also considering using LED lights because the savings they offer could outweigh the cost of installing them.