Archive news - October 2020
At 6pm tonight, the Council will reconvene to finish the meeting of 22 October 2020.
The Mayor of Spelthorne provides an update on his activities
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
Spelthorne Borough Council has written to the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, calling for a full independent enquiry into the death of Zane Gbangbola.
Entries for third Spelthorne Business Awards have been extended until 11 December.
Free Halloween fun for all the family (max group of 6) at our half term Xplorer event
It's World Mental Health Day this Saturday 10 October so now is a great chance to raise awareness of the wide range of support options available in Spelthorne
The Surrey Air Alliance has produced a short animation to inform residents of good practice in maintaining appliances such as wood burning stoves
There has been further speculation regarding Spelthorne Borough Council's financial affairs on which the Council would like to offer some clarification
The Prime Minister has set out how the government will further simplify and standardise local rules by introducing a three tiered system of local Covid Alert Levels in England