Surrey Tree Wardens Newsletter – Summer 2021

The Bookham Tree Wardens are giving away free trees as part of the Queen’s Treebilee. The Treebilee, a nationwide tree planting project, was announced by Prince Charles a month ago to celebrate the Queen’s 70 years on the throne in 2022. The Bookham Tree Wardens won a Lottery bid two years ago to plant street […]

Great British Spring Clean in Bookham

24 people assembled at Lower Shott on Sunday 6th June to collect litter, as part of Bookham’s contribution to this year’s event organised by Keep Britain Tidy. The volunteers went to various locations in Bookham in search of litter and returned with a total of 18 bags. Keep Britain Tidy requested groups to submit the total […]

BRA AGM 16th Sept – OBH at 7.30 pm.

We are pleased to announce that our guest speaker is Lisa Townsend, the newly elected Surrey Police & Crime Commissioner and will talking on the challenges faced and also an opportunity for residents to ask questions. Agenda 1.  Welcome, Introduction and Apologies 2.  Minutes of the Annual General Meeting held on Thursday 17th September 2020 […]

Oak Processionary Moth – Update #5 – July 2021

We have received Issue 5 – July 2021 update from the Forestry Commission on the Oak Processionary Moth The Forestry Commission encourage you to report any OPM sightings which you can do so via their TreeAlert website.

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Around Bookham, Effingham and Horsley

Compiled by Diane Poole, Plastic Free Bookham Email: Facebook: @plasticfreebookham Built by Les Huett Read more about Reduce, Reuse and Recycle around Bookham, Effingham and Horsley We can make a significant environmental impact by reducing the amount we send to landfill and recycling. If you do end up needing to recycle items, the […]

Spring 2021 Newsletter

The print edition of the Spring 2021 Newsletter is being distributed by our team of Road Stewards. If you can’t wait here’s the PDF version!

Bookham Stn – Accessible Bridge Access for All – Funding Presentation

The BRA have been working on two plans to improve the accessibility to London bound trains from platform one at Bookham Station. The first is an accessible footpath from the Bookham Common tunnel car park (read more) and for the future to improve the station itself with the possibility of a new accessible bridge with […]