Update From County Cllr Keith Witham


FROM COUNTY COUNCILLOR KEITH WITHAM. Less fatalities on our roads; more road safety training; local Speed Watch Campaigns. The latest information shows that there has been a reduction in the number of fatalities on Surrey's roads. The number of people killed on our roads dropped from 36 in 2017 to 27 in 2018 - but there is no room for complacency. I know from the regular feedback I get from residents that local road safety, speeding, and anti-social driving remain prime concerns of residents.

Surrey County Council, our Fire and Rescue Service and the Police have a safety programmes in schools, and one specially aimed at young new drivers - Safe Drive Stay Alive - more info at: https://www.safedrive.org.uk/


All three of our local Parish Councils - Worplesdon, Normandy and Pirbright - operate Speed Watch schemes, with the support of Volunteers in conjunction with Surrey Police. Can you help? More details via your local Parish Council:

Worplesdon: clerk@worplesdon-pc.gov.uk

Normandy: leslie.clarke@normandyparishcouncil.gov.uk

Pirbright & Fox Corner: pirbrightparishcouncil@yahoo.co.uk