Crystal Palace and Crawley Town Games
Tomorrow (Saturday 14th Dec) Crystal Palace face the mighty Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League. They’d probably be quite happy with a point there…
Meanwhile in League One, Crawley Town welcome skipper Josh Simpson back to the squad. He’s been passed fit to return for new manager John Gregory’s first home match in charge. The Reds kick off against Preston at 3pm at The Broadfield Stadium.
Match Preview HERE
You can catch up on these and other local fixtures on Saturday Sport from 2pm tomorrow (Saturday) here on Susy 103.4
Sutton and East Surrey Water Honour Two Horley Men
Sutton and East Surrey Water have honoured two men from the Horley area among seven of its history making long term Employees.
Together the men all have a combined 215 years of service with the water company.
The 35-year career of Barry Skilton and 25-year commitment of Peter Isherwood have helped ensure a 24/7 supply of high quality tap water for more than 675,000 people in the Sutton and East Surrey Water area.
Missing Horley Teenager Found
A Teenager from Horley who was reported missing last Monday (the 9th of December) has been found.
15 year old Roisin Monahan was located safe and well in the Reigate area.
Surrey Police would like to thank the public for their assistance.
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National Fire Strikes This Weekend to Affect Surrey
National fire strikes will take place this weekend because of a dispute between central Government and the Fire Brigades’ Union over proposed changes to firefighters’ pensions.
The strikes will happen from 6pm to 10pm this evening (Friday 13th Dec) and 6pm to 10pm tomorrow (Sat 14th Dec).
SGI and non-striking firefighters will crew as many engines as they can on the day. However, there will be fewer fire engines than normal in Sussex and Surrey, so it’s important for local residents to take extra care.
More information on Surrey County Council’s website:
More potholes have been repaired in Surrey
Drivers all around surrey are set to have a happier new year as the council has announced new projects to get rid of more potholes from the roads!
Road teams have recently overhauled part of the A25, one of the county’s busiest commuter routes, and they are set to start work on another major route next month.
This comes as part of the county council’s five-year, £100 million project to overhaul more than 300 miles of the Surrey roads that need it most.
For more information on roads projects in your area, visit www.surreycc.gov.uk/roads.
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