Category: Knaphill Community


The Anchor Inn has been registered as an asset of community value

The KRA has been monitoring the activities connected to the Anchor. Earlier in the year we were made aware that the owners of the pub were looking to close the pub and after consultation with local Councillors they started to…

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Sun brings out the visitors to village show

Over 2500 visitors came to the village show held last Saturday at Mizens Railway in Barrs Lane.   The show was opened by Cllr. Anne Murray, mayor of Woking. Here she is seen with her husband Michael, Cllr Hussain and…

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Air quality on Anchor Hill remains poor

Woking Borough Council has recently published their annual report on air quality (2016 Air Quality Annual Status Report). This covers data collected over last year, 2015. WBC only measure levels of nitrogen dioxide. The Government has set a maximum figure…

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A322 – Congestion

The KRA had been told by Woking Borough Council that they along with Surrey County Council would present their plans for easing the congestion on the A322 between Brookwood Crossroads and the Bisley boundary. We have now received the agenda…

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Our Greenbelt is important

Once you get out of the centre of the village Knaphill has some excellent footpaths and walks and it is important that we retain these. Woking Borough Council are currently reviewing their Greenbelt and the draft planning document did not…

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Knaphill Methodist Church – 150 Anniversary Celebrations

The 150th anniversary events are now in full swing and this weekend 11 – 12 June the Church is hosting a flower festival. On the Saturday the church will be open from 9am to 6pm and on the Sunday from…

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Brookwood Farm

The new  houses on this estate continue to be built and occupied. The majority of residents will have seen the advertising boards for Cala Homes. Fewer people will be aware of the section of development that is classified as ‘affordable housing’. If you…

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KRA committee minutes

KRA Minutes April 2016Attached are the minutes from the KRA Committee meeting held in April.

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Council to change their plans for the old library site

At the hustings meeting held on 28 April Cllr. Hussain announced that the Council had purchased land at the rear of the old library site. This is land, at the rear of the Co-op, was once the site of a…

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Councillors’ surgeries

Local Councillors will be available for discussion and advice on Saturday 27th February and Saturday 26th March at Steph’s Cafe on the High Street from 10 am to midday.

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