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Gatwick Helps to Provide Breakfasts for Children

Gatwick airport has helped to raise more than £10,000 for local charities after the airport donated 200 charity relay places for their recent, Run Gatwick.

The money raised will help to provide 1,600 healthy breakfasts for disadvantaged school children.

Several staff ran in support of one of the airport’s official charity partners – including Air Ambulance for Kent Surrey Sussex, and Healthcare NHS Trust.

Tandridge: Car Park recycling bank to go

Recycling banks are to be removed from some Surrey car parks over the summer.

 Tandridge District Council says that as residents get an unlimited amount of recycling collected every fortnight and the banks are no longer necessary.

 There have also been problems with the banks being vandalised and fly-tipping left beside them.

 Removing the recycling banks will save the council £50,000 a year.

Man arrested and charged three counts burglary

A man has been arrested and charged with burglary in Crawley.

42-year-old Cezar Daniel Nicut allegedly broke into properties in The Twitten and Ewhurst Road, early Monday morning.

A Police dog tracked from the scene to a road nearby where a suspect was located hiding behind a vehicle with stolen property.

He appeared at Crawley Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (23 May) where he was remanded in custody to appear again on 31 May.

Concept for Horley subway mural goes on show

The first concepts for a mural-style public art project in Horley subway have gone on show to find out public opinion.

The Council has been working with specialist artists, Acrylicize to develop the artwork, which has been informed by what the community said is special about the town.

The different designs are part of a project to help the town centre work better for local people, make it more attractive and boost the local economy.

You can view the designs and give feedback on online at or at Horley Library. The closing date for comments is Monday 12 June 2023.

Late Night Parking in Redhill

Visitors to The Rise in Redhill will soon be able to have late night parking.

From June, drivers can park at the Belfry shopping centre until midnight every day, under a deal with the centre’s new owners and Reigate and Banstead Borough Council.

A flat rate charge of just £2 will be made from 6pm til midnight. Anyone visiting The Light cinema and leisure venue within The Rise will be able to get free evening parking after 6pm if they validate their ticket.