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Welcome to the Shackleford website

The definitive site for the village of Shackleford in Surrey and the nearby hamlets of Hurtmore, Eashing, Peper Harow and Norney.

The Village Centre

Here’s a small selection of what you can find on this site:

  • Hundreds of photos old and new
  • Facebook link
  • Parish Council news
  • Links to local schools
  • Info on the Shop and the Village Hall
  • Local contacts
  • Info/photos of Eashing, Peper Harow and Hurtmore
  • Old photos and maps
  • Stories from the past

 

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Hi guys,Hopefully you're all enjoying the bank holiday weekend!On the menu this week we have Curry Goat, Jerk Chicken and Chickpea & Potato CurryGet your orders in by 3pm this Thursday for delivery on FRIDAY ONLY ... See MoreSee Less
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🏠Planning Application Update, Guildford🏠Please see the Guildford planning applications Surrey County Council were consulted on for the week commencing 26th April 2021.Any questions or comments please email me at matt.furniss@surreycc.gov.uk or message me. ... See MoreSee Less
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🚕Lower speed limits in rural areas across the south of Surrey🚧We are updating Parish Councils and residents about our commitment to setting sensible, effective speed limits.The national 60 mph speed limit is no longer appropriate for many of the narrow rural country roads in Surrey. I am working to get the right speed limits on our village roads and we have 7 local safety schemes for improvement coming this year and next.As part of Surrey County Council's commitment to setting sensible and effective speed limits, an investment of £100,000 is being made by Surrey Police through the Drive SMART Surrey Safer Roads Partnership to implement lower speed limits in rural areas across the south of Surrey. Supporting this, SCC has been awarded £39,840 from The Road Safety Trust to evaluate the project. The national 60 mph speed limit is no longer appropriate for many of the narrow rural country roads in Surrey. Indeed, there are no national 60 mph speed limit roads left in the southeast of Surrey (south of the A25 and east of the A24), with most having been reduced to 40 mph incrementally over the past two decades, with a few exceptions. This new project will evaluate the impact of the speed limit reductions already in place and then evaluate the new reductions on a proactive strategic area-wide basis to the west of the A24 across the Surrey Hills towards Guildford. Successful speed management will support the council’s goals of improving road safety, supporting active travel and reducing air and noise pollution on our rural roads.Survey on traffic speed and risk on rural roads in SurreyAs part of the rural speed limit project Surrey County Council are seeking the views of Surrey residents on speed and risk on rural roads (single carriageway in a non-built-up area). Here's a link to the survey: www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/ZGXNTX/Key:Dark blue = 70 mphGreen = 60 mphMagenta = 50 mphCyan = 40 mphRed = 30 mphYellow = 20 mph ... See MoreSee Less
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Elstead road closure (A3 end) due to accident this evening. At School Lane/Grenville Road junction. Take care x ... See MoreSee Less
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Baxi gas boiler giving me an error code - apparently it wants to be re-pressured! You tube video explains an easy fix by adjusting the 2 blue taps underneath - however, one is stuck! Any suggestions please for a heating engineer locally. Many thanks x ... See MoreSee Less
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