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An image relating to Spelthorne writes to Home Secretary calling for independent enquiry into death of Zane Gbangbola
Spelthorne Borough Council has written to the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, calling for a full independent enquiry into the death of Zane Gbangbola.
An image relating to Spelthorne comes off government watchlist
The government announced on Thursday 1 October that due to a fall in coronavirus infections, Spelthorne Borough has been taken off the national Covid-19 watchlist and is no longer an 'area of concern
An image relating to Mayor's blog - 1 October 2020
The Mayor of Spelthorne provides an update on his activities
An image relating to Surrey County Council consultation: Active Travel
We are asking residents to have their say on Surrey County Council proposals related to supporting social distancing measures in our busy public places, and encouraging active travel by walking and cycling throughout the county
An image relating to 29 September
We are currently experiencing performance issues on My Spelthorne, Alerts and Applications Online webpages
An image relating to Spelthorne Borough Council unanimously vote to oppose Surrey-wide Unitary Authority
Members of Spelthorne Borough Council voted unanimously to agree motions to oppose a single Surrey-wide Unitary Authority
An image relating to Cllr Attewell appointed Deputy Leader
Cllr Maureen Attewell has been appointed as Deputy Leader of Spelthorne Borough Council, alongside Cllr Jim McIlroy.
An image relating to Free Careers Advice
We are making residents aware of the National Careers Service which offers free, professional and personalised advice on getting a new job, changing careers, training, education and the local labour market
An image relating to The broadband universal service
If you can't get a download speed of 10 Mbit/s and an upload speed of 1 Mbit/s, you can request an upgraded connection from BT, whether you are a BT customer or not.
An image relating to Extraordinary Council Meeting
Tonight, 24 September, Spelthorne Borough Council will be holding an Extraordinary Council Meeting from 6pm.

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