Calendar of Meetings,
Agendas & Minutes
Buildings of Local Merit
Snoxhall Play Park
& Code of Conduct
Cranleigh Parish Council Offices - Monday 12 May 2014, 19:00
Free Defibrillator Training
You could save a life by knowing how to use one of the five defibrillators soon to be located in Cranleigh. Free training is provided by St John Ambulance every Wednesday from 7pm to 9pm.
Full details of the defibrillators and free training...
Volunteer Neighbourhood Watch
A chance to meet your neighbours and help protect your Community.
For more information please contact:
Mr Harrow 01483 276580
PCSO Steve Baldwin 101
Open every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 3.15pm to 5.45pm
Become a Community First Responder
Help save lives in your community by becoming a community first responder,
Fight crime without revealing your identity
About Cranleigh Parish Council
Cranleigh Parish Council is responsible for:-
The Village Hall
Snoxhall fields including Snoxhall pavilion
Playground at Snoxhall fields
Cemetery on Dewlands Lane
more information ...
Conservation area at Beryl Harvey field
Allotments at Beryl Harvey field (Knowle Lane) and at Elmbridge Road
Some High Street flowerbeds
Parish Council Offices
Public Conveniences at Village Way and The Common
The Cranleigh Parish Council office is open from 9.30am to 12.30pm, Monday to Friday
Local planning applications are considered by members of the Planning Committee on a three weekly basis.
There are twelve Parish Councillors who take an active part in village life and who are elected to represent the community.
In April 2007 Cranleigh Parish Council achieved Quality Status -
If you are interested in the Cranleigh Coat of Arms, we have
information on the meaning
of each part.
Waverley Borough Council
is responsible for
Council tax collection
If you have a problem regarding
Surrey County Council
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