One of the Parish Council’s core aims is to protect and enhance Warlingham’s environment, and in recent years it has organised regular litter picks on the Common Land it owns at the southern entrance to the Village and the planting of bulbs on public land adjacent to roads.

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At the junction of Limpsfield and Farleigh roads to the south of The Green there are some wooden benches and a planter installed by the Parish Council a few years ago to make that area more attractive. Unfortunately some of those taking advantage of the seats deposit their litter into the planter, so the Parish Council has arranged for a suitable bin to be installed.

The Parish Council has just completed a consultation with retailers and other businesses located on or close to The Green, aimed at finding out their views on current business conditions, key issues and how they would like to see the Green develop. The intention was to provide the Council with information which it can take account of both in progressing the Green Improvement Project and in influencing the activities that take place on and around The Green.

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In 2011, the Warlingham Walks Working Group of the Parish Council produced a pair ofleaflets describing walks in Warlingham. Since then, the group has run an annual event to publicise the existence of those walks and the associated leaflets. This year the event was held on Sunday September 3rd. There were three walks of different lengths, all based on the walks in the leaflets. Despite the rather dull damp weather, over fifty people took part, plus a couple of dogs. At the end of the walk, a delicious cream tea was laid on in the Village Hall, following which over sixty pounds was donated towards the upkeep of the hall.

Copies of the walks leaflets can be obtained from Warlingham Library.


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The next meeting of the Parish Council will be on Wednesday 1 November  in Warlingham Library.