Latest Village News

Lower Road Youth & Community Centre – Outline Planning Decision: Approved

Update: 29th April 2021 Voting summary from the 28th April 2021 Mole Valley District Council Development Management Committee (DMC) : …

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Diary date: Bookham Food Festival – 11th September

A Message from the Event Organisers: A new event for Bookham, featuring international cuisine and supporting local businesses serving the …

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Bookham Station Platform One Accessibility

Tunnel Car Park to Platform One Footpath Accessibility: BRA Member Andrew Matthews reports on the options.  Bookham Station is Grade …

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Epsom Vaccination Centre to move to Sandown Park, Esher from 17th May

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479 Bus Service – Return to School Timetable – revised 2nd May

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Bookham telephone befriending service

New Befriending Service for Bookham Residents aged 65+

Click here for more details from The Meeting Place Click here to call the referral line

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Future Mole Valley – March 2021 Newsletter

Please note that Future Mole Valley newsletter below states that the date of the Local Elections as Thursday 7 May …

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Planning Applications in Bookham

Each week MVDC publish planning applications that have been submitted across the district. This is an extract of the applications …

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“Wombling” Continues in 2021

Although the monthly BRA Litter Picks have been suspended for the moment, we believe that “Wombling” can continue being part …

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Free Bus Passes For Older People

Coronavirus: bus service and concessionary travel disruption Bus services may be altered or reduced due to the Coronavirus situation. Whilst …

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MVDC Email Update: 26th February

Weekly e-newsletter updates with the latest news from Mole Valley District Council.

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Information on accessing food banks and community fridges in the district

Message from Mole Valley District Coucil Helping Families with Food Poverty in Mole Valley Mole Valley District Council (MVDC) will …

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Your Residents' Association

The Bookhams Residents’ Association (BRA) is a voluntary membership organisation that is open to all residents and is independent of all political parties. 

The purpose of the BRA is to provide a consultative link between residents with councillors, public authorities and utility services.

The BRA also co-ordinates voluntary services such as  litter picking, Tree Wardens, High Street Christmas lights and hanging baskets. 

If you would like to join the team and help to keep Bookham a village for all to enjoy please get in touch.

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Note: The BRA is not directly involved with the cultural and entertainment life of the village. These are provided by our colleagues at the Bookham Community Association at the Old Barn Hall.

Quick links to Mole Valley District Council

Calendar and Events

Monthly Committee Meetings

With the current COVID-19 restrictions, our monthly committee meetings are held on line using Zoom. These are are open meetings which members may attend.  If you would like to attend, please click here for our contact page and our secretary will send you an invite. 

Our Monthly Litter Pick is cancelled until further notice.

Contact the BRA

Please click on the button below to send us a message. If you prefer to speak to the BRA team please call: 0300 030 9890 and leave a message and a team member will get back to you.

Join the Mailing List

If you would like to keep up to date with the BRA please complete the form below. We send out e-mails on an occasional basis on BRA activities and village stories throughout the year. If your circumstances change and you no longer wish to receive the emails there is simple “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of the email.

 

Emergency Flooding - Who to contact:

  • River flooding: Environment Agency (24 hour Floodline): 0345 988 118 
  • Roadside Gullies (blocked) –  Surrey CC: 03456 009 009.
  • Road Flooding: Surrey CC Highways: 0300 200 1003
  • Sewer Flooding. Thames Water: 0800 316 9800
  • Assistance to buy essential items (criteria apply): Citizen’s Advice Bureau: 08444 111 444