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Spelthorne Council's Environmental Health staff from have been visiting local food catering businesses in conjunction with Gas Safe engineers
Spelthorne Council has recently secured convictions for two individuals, Sean Flynn and Debra Barnett, for making an unlicensed gaming machine available for public use at the Black Dog Public House, Staines Road West, Ashford.
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Cllr Tony Mitchell and Cllr Christine Bannister visited the Lammas Park in Staines-upon-Thames to see drilling work progress after Spelthorne Council commissioned contractors to drill a 150 metre deep borehole in the Park.
People in parts of London and Berkshire are being reminded by the Forestry Commission, Public Health England and local authorities not to touch caterpillars of the oak processionary moth, which are beginning to emerge in oak trees in these locations.
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