Village Meetings

The Knaphill Residents’ Association periodically organise these events although they are independently chaired and controlled by the chair of the meeting (most recently Rev. Richard Sherlock of the Baptist Church). The KRA have no say over the structure or content of the meeting.

Each meeting will have it’s own page for ease of reference. Reports on the meetings can be found via the links toward the bottom of the page. Also now included are a full set of questions as provided by the independent chairman for the event, and any responses received to those questions.

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FAQ

Why a village meeting?

Because we are as concerned for Knaphill village as the residents themselves and are contacted frequently by residents with honest concerns over the village. Some are related to roads and parking, traffic and speeding, others are to do with anti-social behaviour or repairs to infrastructure. Schools come up often, as does planning and the council. These are all open for debate – we want you to raise your concerns.

Who will be there to address my concerns?

Representatives of local and county council, schools and police, the KRA and the residents themselves.

What can we expect?

You can expect a clear answer to your questions and concerns and to be able to voice whatever issue you wish to.

Can I submit questions prior to the event?

Yes, via the form below or by email to questions@knaphill.org. These are forwarded directly to the Chair without visibility by the KRA.

Isn’t this a KRA publicity thing?

No, we genuinely want the best for Knaphill and want you to have your say to the people with power to enact change; the KRA will not be running the event.

Where will it be held?

Various locations depending on where is available. Keep a lookout for posters on noticeboards and on the website.

What type of question am I allowed to ask or submit?

Any topic is up for discussion including infrastructure, councils approach, schools planning, crime statisitics and the bodies represented themselves. This is an opportunity to get out in the open just what YOU want from the village and the people with power over what happens; to have YOUR say over the future of Knaphill village.

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