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Well! That was a slightly underwhelming summer, weather wise, wasn’t it? I hope many of you managed to have some time off to relax and catch up with friends and family over the past weeks despite the mixed bag of weather! On that note, if you are interested in finding out more about our ever changing climate, why not pop along to the Mole Valley Climate Hub? This is an exciting new initiative running in Leatherhead, find out more on page 57! We are delighted to bring you an action packed magazine this month. As well as a wide selection of businesses and services, there’s a whole bunch of events and open days to find out about on our What’s On pages. It’s so wonderful to finally be able to include these again. We also have information on: A fabulous Charity Dinner at Tyrells Wood Golf Club with footie legend Matt Le Tissier! An Open Garden in aid of local charity ‘Dyscover’. And it is also great to hear that Ashtead Choral Society will be back in action, performing live very soon. See details within! These are just a few events on offer so do explore our pages to discover more! We hope there will be something that takes your fancy! Finally, I urge you to read a little letter from Lance, on page 28. This riding group have a very big place in my heart, as my own brother also enjoyed many happy evenings riding, just like Lance, with the help of this lovely charity. Please donate if you possibly can. It really will make a huge difference to so many. Wishing all the local students a very happy and safe start/return to schools, colleges and Universities this term. Here’s hoping it will be a more settled year for you all. With Warmest Regards, Until next time,

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Future Mole Valley - the Local Plan We’re not going to be learning any more detail about the specifics of Mole Valley District Council’s (MVDC) Local Plan until mid-September when it is published for public consultation but we are gleaning some pieces of general information about what will be included in it. We have learned that land has been allocated in the Plan for the provision of new, or extension of existing, community facilities and that the sites will be ring-fenced to ensure that they remained available for these facilities. MVDC has worked with infrastructure providers, such as health and education services, to ensure that the Plan meets their future requirements. However, the Council is limited in what it can do to encourage the development of the infrastructure as responsibility for this lies with the overseeing body. For example, a number of sites have been allocated for development as health hubs but the expansion of existing primary care practices or the provision of a new practice will need to be driven by GP surgeries through the Clinical Commissioning Group. In respect of education, MVDC has not been asked to allocate land for the provision of a new school within Mole Valley at either the primary or secondary stage but, although some of the community facilities sites in the Plan have been identified for the provision of specific infrastructure (such as health hubs), land could potentially be identified within the allocation to meet the requirement. Keep an eye on MVDC’s website as we move into September as we would hope to see the Local Plan published there in advance of the Council Meeting on 15th September when the Plan will be voted on prior to being issued for public consultation. Trees We are hoping that by the time you are reading this, 10 Ashtead&LeatherheadLocal - AUGUST 2021

we will have learned the outcome of the county-wide survey of public land that is available for planting trees that was due to be completed by July. Ashtead’s Tree Wardens, along with those from other towns and villages, have been invited to a meeting at Surrey County Council (SCC) on 4th August to discuss future plans and Matt Furness, SCC Cabinet Member for Highways, will also attend to ensure that Surrey Highways is on board from the start of the planting proposals. Remember, SCC aims to have planted 1.2 million trees by 2030 so they/we do need to get a move on. We will publish the outcome of the meeting and details of planting plans as soon as we know them. SCC’s Community Engagement Objective One of SCC’s priority objectives for 2021-26 is to increase its engagement with local communities under the banner of “Empowering Communities”. SCC wants to make use of existing local networks to engage with communities through digital and face-to-face initiatives to address simpler local issues that can perhaps be resolved through conversation and mutual agreement. More complex issues would still be taken to the Local Committee for each District and Borough and the option to bring a petition or question to the Local Committee would remain when an issue could not be resolved through the community engagement route. SCC is encouraging “Focused Conversations” to take place involving SCC Councillors, MVDC Councillors, Residents’ Associations and Parish Councils. Discussions on a local issue could also include online streaming to allow for wide public engagement. If there’s something that you think might lend itself to this initiative, please let us know at ashteadra@tiscali.co.uk.

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Welcome to our Tree Trail It’s easy to forget that trees, apart from adding interest to gardens and streets, also provide habitat and food for a myriad of species. The English oak supports more wildlife than any other native tree species in the UK. Even its fallen leaves support biodiversity: 326 species depend on oak for survival, 229 species rarely found on trees other than oak. As a Residents Association we are looking to protect and promote biodiversity in all its forms in the village. With a view to raising awareness of the trees on our streets, three of our members researched and designed the Fetcham Tree Trail. Initially 26 notable trees of different species were chosen to be included, and in time more will be added. We are photographing the trees throughout the year in order that it might help all of us to identify the main species of trees found locally at any time. Autumn will be soon upon us, and this is a great time to enjoy multiple leaf colours, the nuts and berries are an important food source for wildlife. The FRA website now features an interactive map with links to each tree, giving its botanical name, photos,

species, how to identify the tree, and local information. When out walking or taking children to school you can look up the particular trees on your route. Fetcham Tree Trail maps, with two suggested loops which take in all the trees, can be downloaded from the FRA website at www.fetchamresidents.co.uk/fetcham-tree-trail. Printed maps are available from outside The Kit Shop, Cobham Road, during shops hours. This year also saw the FRA’s launch of the Blue Hearts wild flower grass verge initiative. Surrey County Council supports the Blue campaign which encourages residents to leave suitable road verges unmown, to provide habitat and wildflowers for pollinators and the birds, bats and others that predate on them. www. fetchamresidents.co.uk/category/fetcham-blue-hearts/ There has been a terrible loss of biodiversity in the last fifty years. It is estimated that insects have declined by up to 50%, but with these two initiatives Fetcham residents are helping to support and increase wildlife and biodiversity across the village which can only be a good thing.

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All the attendees wereand encouraged to Valley’s fill in the This year’s theme is Edible England, and events will explore past, present future of Mole endure awkward journeys. For this reason, short questionnaire to guide future decisions culinary heritage and culture. For more information go to www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting. There by far the most popular site for our on the Hospitals. will also be brochures available from August. residents would be Epsom. Caroline Brown,Brown Chairman the LRA Caroline (LRAofChairman) The possibility of a brand new multi-purpose Gill Hanson (SDCCG) hospital was also mentioned, but the sums

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Still they come… It has been widely reported that during the lockdown the scammers and fraudsters have become even more active, and they are constantly innovating new plausible ways of gaining your trust to gain access to your personal, bank or credit card details. For example we have heard of a wide variety of Vaccine related scams, where you might receive a text or email purporting to be from the UK Government, it asks you to click on a provided link then takes you to an authentic looking gov.uk website then asks for a variety of details, and your credit card details. Clicking on any link contained in an email can divert you to the scammers website where they request your personal information, which will become valuable to them over time. We do have PC and Mac software which will alert you (and block your access) if the website you are being diverted to is not legitimate. There has also been an increase in travel related scams- supposedly from someone you know who is stranded in a foreign land and needs money to get home. The following steps to avoid being scammed may be useful: While scammers’ delivery methods and messaging can quickly change, a few basic security measures can help protect you from the latest and most common scams: • Be sceptical when someone contacts you. Scammers can spoof calls and emails to make it look like they are coming from different sources, including government agencies, charities, banks and large companies. Don’t share personal information, usernames or passwords that others can use to steal your identity. • Research companies. Before you make a purchase or donation, take a few minutes to review the company. Do a web search for its name plus “scam” or “reviews” and research charities on https://www.charitynavigator. org/ and https://www.charitywatch.org/. • Be careful with your phone. If you suspect a spam call, don’t respond or press a button. The safest option is to hang up or ignore the call entirely. You can always look up the organization and initiate a call yourself if you’re worried there may actually be an issue. • Don’t refund or forward overpayments. Be careful whenever a company or person asks you to refund or forward part of a payment. Often, the original payment will be fraudulent and taken back later. • Look for suspicious payment requirements. Scammers often ask for payments via bank or wire transfer, cryptocurrency or gift cards. These payments can be harder to track and cancel than other forms of payment, which can leave you stuck without recourse. None of this is intended to scare you or make you nervous- just exercise caution, try not to rush when carrying out requested tasks. Where possible do not follow web links that are enclosed within an email, search and locate the destination websites yourself.

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what’s on ASHTEAD HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY - Saturday 4th September, Doors open at 1.30pm 69th Autumn Show at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall. For more info: ashteadhorticulturalsociety.co.uk JAZZ CLUB - Sunday Lunctimes during September, 1pm - 4pm All Welcome, NO Membership Required. £12 Entry, Old Barn Hall, Bookham. Sept 5th - Panama Cafe Orchestra. Sept 12th - Sarah Spencer with her Transatlantic Band. Sept 19th - John Maddocks Jazzmen. Sept 26th - Sussex Jazz Kings. For all info: Mick 01444 243745 / mickywelstead@gmail.com THE ARTS SOCIETY, LEATHERHEAD - Wednesday 8th September, 7.30pm Opening our autumn season of lectures with Mark Hill speaking on ‘Selfies, Self-Expression and Celebrity - the Victorian Carte de Visite’. He will talk about the new craze that gripped the world in the mid1870s. Small photographic portraits mounted on card were shot professionally in studios & handed out like business or greetings cards. Across nearly two decades over 400 million cards were estimated to have been printed. Guests are welcome. May be held in the Parish Church Hall, Church Road, Leatherhead Hall or on Zoom. Further details will be found on our website at www.theartssocietyleatherhead.org.uk LEATHERHEAD FOOD RA IN LEATHERHEAD - Friday 17 September, 7.30pm Chips with Everything - This talk is our L&DLHS contribution to the Heritage Open Days, ‘England’s largest festival of history and culture’, 10-19 September. The theme is Edible England. Member Bill Whitman was latterly a consultant at the Leatherhead Food Research Association when it was at Randalls Road, Leatherhead. Depending on the situation the talk will either be via Zoom or - in compliance with prevailing requirements - in the Abraham Dixon Hall at the Leatherhead Institute DORKING HALLS Autumn season featuring live music from the likes of The Upbeat Beatles on 17th Sept. Children’s theatre - In The Night Garden on 14-15th Sept and Stiles & Drewe’s live musical The 3 Little Pigs on 25-28th October. Comedy heavyweights include Jack Dee on 2nd September, David Baddiel on 2nd October, John Bishop on 22 October, Ross Noble on 30 October and Omid Djalili on 13th November. Book tickets at www.dorkinghalls.co.uk or call the Box Office on 01306 881717 42 Ashtead&LeatherheadLocal - AUGUST 2021


this september MUSIC OF THE 60S AND 70S - Friday, 24 September, 7.30 pm The Leatherhead Community Association and your DJ Tony invite you to an evening of Music from the 60s & 70, in the wonderful Dixon Hall at the Institute at the top of Leatherhead High Street. Tickets £5 per person (tables of 6 or join with others), bring your own drinks and nibbles. Booking essential www.leatherheadca.org.uk or e-mail LCA1@leatherheadca.org.uk

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EDDIE ‘THE EAGLE’ EDWARDS - Friday 8th October 2012 7:30pm Eddie is Great Britain’s first Olympic Ski Jumper. He was ranked 55th in the world which qualified him as the only GB applicant for the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. He competed in the 70m & 90m jump events, but unfortunately came last in both events. Although he did not win an Olympic medal, he did win a place in the hearts of spectators all around the globe. Leatherhead Institute, Tickets: £5. For more info: leatherheadca.org.uk ASHTEAD CHORAL SOCIETY - Saturday 9th October, 7,30pm MASTERS in CONCERT - Mozart Requiem, Beethoven Choral Fantasia & Piano Concerto No 2 in St Martin’s Church Epsom, KT17 4PX. All tickets £15 unreserved : half-price for under 25s from boxoffice@ashteadchoralsociety.org.uk / 07835 115 716. More info: www.ashteadchoralsociety.org.uk ASHTEAD CHORAL SOCIETY - Saturday 30th October, 10am - 5pm ACS invites you to Come and Sing Elijah at St George’s Christian Centre, Barnett Wood Ln, Ashtead, KT21 2DA. Please book in advance £15 / £7.50 for u25s from boxoffice@ashteadchoralsociety.org.uk or 07835 115 716 .Ticket includes musical score and light refreshments. Bring your own packed lunch. This event is part of Mole Valley Arts Alive Festival. More info at www.ashteadchoralsociety.org.uk Please check before attending any listed events, in case of any changes to government guidance, regarding Covid restrictions. All entries appear on a first come, first served basis. Details of the above events are correct at time of print. If there’s an event in August or September that you’d like mentioned in our what’s on pages, please contact Ros (details on p.6) before Monday 9th August. Ashtead&LeatherheadLocal - AUGUST 2021

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Mole Valley Indoor Bowling Club

Invites you to a FREE introduction to Indoor Bowling at Leatherhead Leisure Centre, Bowls Hall KT22 9BL

EVERY Saturday in September, 10am - 1pm A sport for all - at all ages. New to indoor bowling or experienced It’s easy to learn and enjoy while making new friends.

For more information please call: 01372 289 873 Email: mail4mvibc@gmail.com or our website www.mvibc.co.uk

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Bringing Singing Back TOGETHER

Friday 10 September Friday 8 October Friday 12 November

In-Person Rehearsals starting September 2021

Friday 10 December

Let’s re-build our singing community and you are welcome.

Over 20 stalls & refreshments

Whether you’ve sung all your life or never sung before. Improve your health and well-being, have fun, meet new challenges, learn songs and harmonies.

(Christmas market open until 2pm)

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Online group sessions for singing too.

For more info visit HazelHannam.co.uk hazelhannam@icloud.com


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TAP & MODERN Inspire - Develop - Nurture Ashtead Ballet School has a reputation for providing a happy, nurturing environment where everyone is encouraged to reach their own potential, promoting confidence and creating lifelong memories.

‘After having tried other dance schools I can honestly say Maxine and her fellow teachers are amazing! Ashtead Ballet school definitely stands out as one of the best.’ Mrs de Atouguia

Taught by highly trained and qualified teachers. For students from 3 years of age onwards. Get in touch to find out which class is best for your child.

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MUSIC ON THURSDAYS Leatherhead’s 12.30 Lunchtime Concerts return live at the Methodist Church. Doors open at 12.10, for these 40min concerts. 2nd Sept - Harpsichord player Yeo Yat-Soon returns for a solo concert. 9th Sept - Victoria Bernath, viola and pianist Thomas Ang also return. 16th Sept - Clarinettist Anna Hashimoto first performed here 10 years ago; here she is again, with pianist Veronika Shoot.

MUSIC ON THURSDAYS

at Leatherhead Methodist Church All venues have level access, including toilets. Leatherhead Methodist Church, please park in the Swan Cente multi-storey.

23rd Sept - Pianist Thomas Ang introduces soprano Victoria Songwei Li. 30th Sept - Young Steinway Artist and pianist Hayley Myles who first played here as a featured London College of Music student.

We will have limited seating, blue card parking only on site (multistorey almost always has spaces), doors & windows will be left open throughout, sadly no refreshments. These concerts are free to attend, with a retiring collection to cover costs, as you leave.

For more details visit: musiconthursdays.org.uk Please check before attending any listed events, in case of any changes to government guidance, regarding Covid restrictions.

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Leatherhead and District u3a. A chance to join. Anyone over 55, whether retired or partly retired can become a member of the National and International u3a movement. Its aim is to promote advancement in education through meetings and groups of like minded people and explore new and varied interests. As well as the monthly meeting we also organise outings and holidays to suit all tastes. We have over 250 members and there are 30 different groups offering a range of activities, whether physical or mental, there is something for you. Our monthly meetings have been on Zoom during the pandemic but hopefully will resume , face to face, on the 3rd Thursday of each month from October 2021. We shall then be meeting

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in Fetcham Village Hall. It is also hoped that we can live stream the meetings to anyone who feels uncomfortable about meeting face to face. Our September meeting will be on zoom at 2pm the 23rd, which is a week later as many of the members will be on a u3a holiday in North Wales. On this occasion the speaker will be Mario Creatura who will tell us about “Life at number 10”. Should you wish to join us at the meeting, or become a member, please contact David Wall Vice Chairman on 01372 374 773 or email at dandswall@btinternet.com. David Wall – Vice Chairman


WHAT’S ON

Club of Ashtead invites you to a free family afternoon at

Picnic in the Park

Queen Elizabeth II Recreation Ground, Barnett Wood Lane, Ashtead KT21 2BZ

1.00pm to 3.00pm on Saturday 11th September 2021

Music from Junction 9 Bring a Blanket and a picnic *Please arrive on foot as there is no parking*

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NEW MEMBERS WHO ENJOY A BIT OF A RUN AROUND Wednesday evenings at 8.00pm - 10.00pm We play to win... but don’t take it too seriously.

Our age range is 20-60+. We welcome male and female players Further info can be found on www.feathers-badminton.co.uk

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WHAT’S ON

Ashtead WI are a friendly group who meet on the first Wednesday evening of the month. You are welcome to join us for fun, laughter and to meet new friends enjoy walks, garden visits, crafts or join a book club. After a long period of Zoom, we hope to meet again at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall on Wednesday 1st September at 7.30pm

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Join us to hear Rosemarie Swinfield with a humorous romp through a long career as a make-up artist ‘Where’s the Make-up Lady?’

Visit the Ashtead WI website to find about joining us or email us a ashteadwi@gmail.com

Are you newly retired or perhaps have just moved to the area and would like to meet new friends and take part in the many and varied groups and activities that the W.I has to offer? We are a friendly group of ladies who meet at Fetcham Village Hall on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 1.30pm. If this is of interest, we will be holding an informal meeting on the 21st September 2021 at 1.30 pm when you will be able to meet our Committee and ask any questions you may have, along with a cup of tea and cake of course.

Please Contact Pat on 01372 456372 for any further information.

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mole valley W.I. august report Imagine this. It is a Tuesday afternoon in August and Mole Valley WI are having a summer party at King George V Playing field in Effingham where we were able to sit inside or outside in the lovely sunshine. This is our first meeting since lockdown in March 2020 when 38 of us met up in person without it being a zoom meeting. We all took a picnic and with our tea/coffee after, we were given a piece of cake made by 3 of the members. Ann Layman our President welcomed everyone to the meeting emphasising that it was so lovely to see everyone in person. We are holding an Artisan Bazaar on Saturday 9 October at 2.00 in St Marys Church Hall, Fetcham. Mole Valley WI meets at Fetcham Village Hall on the second Tuesday of the month at 7.45 and at our meeting on 14 September the talk will be entitled “Life as a Paramedic” by Tina Cox. You will be made very welcome. Throughout the year we have various activities available for members - badminton, bridge, homecraft, bookclub, rambling, knit and natter, mah-jong and scrabble. Further details: https://molevalleywi.chessck.co.uk/ Carol Murray

Ashtead WIng meet on the second Monday of the month from 8pm to 10pm Ashtead WIng are a friendly & inclusive WI with many interest groups. New members & guests are always welcome. See our website for more info or send an email to address below. Next meeting 13th September 2021

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The Probus Club of Ashtead Ashtead Probus enjoyed a much anticipated and welcome return to Tyrrells Wood Golf Club last month for the first joint lunch with our friends at Leatherhead Probus. Appropriate precautions were in place notwithstanding the easing of lockdown restrictions, and it was a great success. The talk at this month’s lunch is on Monday September 20th, also at Tyrrells Wood, and again takes place jointly with Leatherhead Probus. This time we’ll hear about a somewhat different US experience enjoyed by our speaker Tim Albert – Two Summers - around the USA by Greyhound Bus: 1969 and 2019. Retired professional and business men looking for a diversion from their routine should contact Stephen Bridges on 07806 791774 (stephen@bridgesuk. com). Alternatively, visit the Ashtead club website, www.ashteadprobus.com.

Mole Valley Probus Club Mole Valley Probus is a club for retired professional and business men and women. This active Club, based in Leatherhead, is one of the largest Probus clubs in Surrey and well prepared for the time when it can continue normal club activities. Already in hand are a September river trip to Windsor, a visit a London Christmas Concert and a return from August to the club monthly lunch meetings with speaker present. Also decided is the next Club charity donation. This will be to Horsley, Bookham & Leatherhead Riding for the Disabled to assist in the valuable work they do. Despite Covid, club monthly meetings prior to August continued via Zoom, so sadly without lunch, but still with a speaker. The July meeting was also the club’s AGM when club Chairman, Michael Brown, handed over responsibility to the new Chairman, John Kennedy of Ashtead, with Elizabeth Kennedy of Cobham elected Vice Chairman. Members of the club Mole Valley Probus Club retiring Executive Committee remaining in office: John Butler, Secretary; David Chairman, Michael Brown, right, passes his Club Chairman Jackson, Treasurer; Terry Hulme, Assistant Events Officer and Speakers responsibility to incoming Chairman John Kennedy of Ashtead. Secretary; and Steve Little, Assistant Secretary and Club Website Manager. Iain Crawford, Events Officer, retired from the committee with the post filled by Past Chairman Chris Thomas. Welfare duties fell to Past Chairman Michael Brown. Activities can be seen in report, photo and film on the club website molevalleyprobus.chessck.co.uk and for joining see ‘Contact Us’, top right corner of the site home page.

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THE ARTS SOCIETY LEATHERHEAD

AUTUMN 2021 PROGRAMME

2nd Weds of the month, at 7.30pm in the Parish Church Hall Leatherhead

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8 Sep 2021 Selfies, Self-Expression, Celebrity & the Victorian Carte de Visite, by Mark Hill

Well known from appearances on The Antiques Roadshow, Mark Hill will talk about a new craze which gripped the world in the mid-1870s. Small photographic portraits mounted on card were shot professionally in studios & handed out like business or greetings cards. Across nearly two decades, over 400 million cards were estimated to have been printed & shared with friends, family & fans.

13 Oct 2021 Mars and The Muses: The Renaissance Art of Armour, by Tobias Capwell

This lecture serves as an introduction to the idea of armour as an expressive art-form. The achievements of virtuoso armourers embodied splendour and richness while also carrying more complex messages about status, aristocratic associations, the social order and divine power.

10 Nov 2021 British Studio Pottery: A Concise History, by Helen Ritchie

An overview of the British Studio Pottery movement, exploring handmade pottery in Britain from the last decades of the nineteenth century to the present day. The talk includes the work of the Martin Brothers, Bernard Leach, Lucie Rie, Alison Britton and Grayson Perry.

8 Dec 2021 Children’s Book Illustrations, by John Ericson

Some our most deeply etched childhood memories come from book illustrations. Images of ‘Tigger’ & ‘Toad’ or even ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ will probably remain with us for ever. John will examine how illustrations contribute to the development of understanding & how images & narrative together create such powerful memories.

Welcomes New Members

For more details: www.theartssocietyleatherhead.org.uk Please note some lectures may take place on Zoom

THE ARTS SOCIETY ASHTEAD

The Arts Society Ashtead provides fascinating talks on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, either live at the Peace Memorial Hall or online via Zoom as well as visits to places of interest and cultural tours

Tuesday 21st September at 10.30

Dali: a 20th Century Renaissance Artist Like the Renaissance artists he admired, Salvador Dalí did not restrict himself to painting. He was also a writer, poet, engraver, sculptor, architect, photographer, theatre designer, & jewellery designer. This lecture explores the work of Dalí the designer & science enthusiast - a Renaissance artist in the 20th century. Talk open to visitors for a fee of £5

Thursday 14th October : 10.00 to 15.00 - A Special Interest Day

Paradise Found : Cultural History of Provence, by Hilary Hope Guise The day consists of three lectures, with coffee & biscuits served between the first & second. The third lecture follows a light lunch served between 1 - 2pm, includes a glass of wine or soft drink. Open to all - tickets £28.

For all enquiries: tas.ashtead@gmail.com

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Working Towards a Sustainable Ashtead

COP26 is coming What is COP26 and why is it important? This forthcoming climate summit in Glasgow will begin on 1st November, hosted jointly by the UK and Italy. It will be attended by representatives from over 190 countries who signed the UN Climate Framework Convention in the 1990s. It is hoped that firm agreements will be made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, as established by the legally-binding, landmark Paris agreement in 2015. Its goal is to limit global warming to well below 2°C, preferably to 1.5°C, above pre-industrial levels. Whilst many countries are working hard to reduce their dependence on carbon, the UN states that with the current trend of emissions, the average global temperature is expected to increase by 3-5°C by the end of the century. We have already seen that this warming trend is linked to extreme weather events and would lead to parts of the world becoming uninhabitable. What decisions are needed from COP26? Therefore, all countries are being asked to produce ambitious plans to reach net carbon zero by mid-century. These include: accelerating the phase-out of coal, curtailing deforestation, speeding up the switch to electric vehicles and encouraging further investment in renewables. In addition, measures are required to protect ecosystems in order to support life processes and to increase resilience in agriculture, infrastructure and livelihoods. Important aspects of this collaboration are that it occurs throughout society, including through financial institutions in order to unleash public and private finance. As richer countries are responsible for two-thirds of the global emissions, it is essential that the least developed countries (LDCs) are clearly heard and that they are helped to adapt to the ravages of extreme weather and sea level rise. The pledge that $100bn a year would go to LDCs by 2020 was originally made in 2009 but so far, funding has been well below that level. Carbon sequestration from the atmosphere will also be needed to meet net zero by 2050. UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) is investing £30 million in five projects to do just this, one of which is the addition of biochar to soil, which stores carbon stably for hundreds of years and improves soil nutrition and water-retention. How will these decisions affect us? As caretakers of the planet, we will be asked to consider how we use its resources sustainably, from decisions over what we purchase, to how we travel, garden and heat our homes. This year the UK government has invested in electric car manufacture and battery storage projects, as well as providing finance for better public transport, to reduce congestion, pollution and improve accessibility.  However, improvements are still needed in terms of many aspects of life, such as decarbonising construction materials and heating sources. Plans need to be turned into action that will secure a greener, healthier and happier future for us all.  Each of us can get involved by raising awareness, supporting campaigns and writing to our MP.  For ideas and resources on COP26, visit https://together-for-our-planet.ukcop26.org/onestepgreener/

Helen Hore For information about Transition Ashtead go to www.facebook.com/groups/97699089705/about/ @TransitionAsht1


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This month, I was trying to think of what to write about in terms of crime prevention and then decided to share with you some news about a colleague who many residents of Mole Valley will remember very well. My colleague, Mike Bessent, sadly died on the 11th June from a brain tumour which was only diagnosed last December. Mike underwent extensive treatments to try to halt the progress of the cancer but, tragically, this was not successful and he died peacefully at home with his wife and family by his side. My reason for mentioning Mike is that, for many years, he was the Crime Reduction Advisor for Mole Valley and was my predecessor in the role that I currently hold. I had known Mike for several years before moving into the field of crime prevention myself and, in many ways, he was my mentor, support, guide and valued friend. Mike was a long-serving police officer who recognised the vital importance of crime prevention as part of an officer’s role. He trained in his specialist field and developed his knowledge and experience through the years to offer his expert advice to so many people. Like me, he visited victims of burglary, advised residents about home and property security, carried out security reviews of locations and business premises and advised on planning applications in terms of trying to “design out” the opportunity for crime. Mike had a natural ability to come up with practical and imaginative solutions to problems and was an enthusiastic champion of neighbourhood policing

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and problem solving involving the actual community in the decision making process. In recent years, Mike had moved over to Elmbridge to carry out this role over there but we were in very regular contact with each other, often several times a week, and his advice was always so helpful. I just felt that there are some people in the community you would want to know this news. Mike will be very sorely missed by all his colleagues but also by the wider community he served loyally for so many years. Here are a just a few of the crime reduction tips that Mike taught me: 1. Use timers to bring on lights in a staggered pattern to give the impression that your home is occupied and people are moving about. 2. Remove obvious climbing aids, such as wheelie bins, which could help a burglar to climb to the back of your house - the most popular point of entry for a burglar. 3. Never leave window and door keys in locks, as they are very attractive as a method of entry to a would-be burglar. 4. Consider using some dusk-till-dawn lighting outside your home to remove areas of shadow and to enhance the impression of occupancy. 5. If you have an intruder alarm, please use it and, if not, consider getting one as they are known to be a very strong deterrent against burglary. All common sense and very practical ideas that I have used when giving advice over the years. Thanks, Mike!!


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