Tandridge residents should have by now received a request from the council, asking them to check the right people are on the Electoral Register and able to vote.
The next local elections will be held in May and the council are working on a program known as the Annual Canvass, to ensure all those who are eligible can have their say.
They say that not everyone has yet responded to their confirmation request, which may be followed up by a phone call or email. If you think you may have missed out, then more details can be found on the council’s website at Tandridge.gov.uk/annualcanvass
Crawley Borough council have introduced a new way to pay for parking at Crawley Hospital and Orchard Street surface car park.
The MiPermit app can be downloaded to your phone, or you can scan the stickers at each location. You simply enter the vehicle details and the duration of stay and pay online.
Users of the system can purchase a stay up to seven days in advance, as well as extend the parking time without returning to their car. The council says that no paper ticket is required which will help to save the environment too.
Photo credit: Surrey Police. Photo shows the stolen ride-on lawnmower.
A trailer and three lawnmowers were stolen from a house in Horley on Thursday night.
The owner returned home to Middlefield between 10 pm and 11 pm to see a White Ford Transit van pulling away, with what he believed to be his trailer hooked to the back. He then discovered that an orange ride-on lawnmower and two push lawnmowers had been stolen.
Surrey Police would like to hear from anyone who has smart doorbell footage, which could help.
Crawley Town are third from bottom of the League 2 table after their 4-1 defeat away to Doncaster Rovers on Saturday.
Dorking Wanderers lost their National League match 3-2 away to Scunthorpe.
There were losses too for both East Grinstead Town and Three Bridges in their Isthmian South East league games.
Merstham are out of the FA Trophy after losing their second qualifying round tie 4-1 to Grays Athletic.
However, there was some success for our local teams in the FA Vase; Horley Town are through to the next round after winning 5-4 on penalties against Holmesdale FC. Redhill’s match against Croydon FC also went to penalties with Redhill winning 4-2.