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An image relating to Council Meeting - Thursday 22 October
At 5pm tonight (22 October), there will be a full Council meeting, which will be streamed live on our YouTube channel, SpelthorneTV.
An image relating to Peer Networks support for businesses
We are making businesses aware of Peer Networks, a free service for SME leaders that want to grow and develop their organisation for future success
An image relating to Government consultation: Planning system
The Government are consulting on a White Paper which looks at significant changes to the planning system and how it operates
An image relating to Medium Tier - what it means for Spelthorne residents
Spelthorne was placed into the Medium tier of Covid restrictions, however some neighbouring boroughs are in the High tier
An image relating to A Decade of Success
Spelthorne Borough Council is honoured to announce that, for the 10th year running, the Sunbury Walled Garden and Staines Cemetery have been awarded Green Flag status
An image relating to Modern Slavery Helpline
If you have any concerns about someone who you feel is a victim of modern slavery, please call the Modern Slavery and Exploitation Helpline on 08000 121 700
An image relating to Council Grants
Spelthorne Borough Council have now opened their Grants process for 2021-2022
An image relating to BT Work Ready Webinar
We are making younger residents aware of the Work Ready programme, a scheme to help 18-24 year old jobseekers gain work experience, skills and confidence to secure jobs provided by Job Centre Plus and BT
An image relating to Talking Teens
We are making residents aware of a four-week programme designed at helping dealing with teenage children
An image relating to Mayor honours London Marathon runners
Spelthorne Borough Council would like to pay tribute to those runners who took part in the virtual London Marathon, with the Mayor of Spelthorne, Cllr Colin Barnard, presenting one runner with their medal after their efforts in Laleham Park.

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