WELCOME to the website for Chobham Parish Council and the Chobham Recreation Ground Charitable Trust.
You will find information about the community of Chobham and Valley End and the work of the Council and the Trust in looking after the village and its amenities.
Chobham people are proud of the history of this place and its continuing sense of community. The village was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 and its story long predates that. Today we are part of the modern borough of Surrey Heath.
There are nine elected parish councillors. Their monthly council meeting and committee meetings usually take place in the Parish Pavilion at the Recreation Ground and are open to the public.
NEWS and EVENTS
There are two important exhibitions in Chobham on Saturday 29th September
- Members of the Chobham Neighbourhood Plan group will be at the Village Hall to show villagers what progress has been made.
- On the same day, there is an exhibition in the Parish Pavilion about the Esso Pipeline renewal proposals and the choice of routes through Chobham. There is also a copy of the proposals in the parish office to view. Call 01276 856633 to arrange an appointment.
OAK PROCESSIONARY MOTHS
TENDERS INVITED FOR MAINTENANCE OF CEMETERY
REPORT A POTHOLE
Potholes can be reported to Surrey County Council - for contact details, see our highways information page.
Planning Meeting | Tuesday 18th September
Chobham Neighbourhood Plan Working Group | Wednesday 19th September (7pm start).
Joint Burial Committee | Thursday 27th September (7pm before the Parish Council meeting).
Chobham Parish Council | Thursday 27th September
Planning Meeting | Tuesday 2nd October
Chobham Recreation Ground Charitable Trust | Tuesday 23rd October
There are no meetings of the Recreation Ground Trust or Chobham Parish Council during August.
Full 2018 calendar of meetings
Meetings are at Chobham Parish Pavilion, Recreation Ground, Station Road, GU24 8AJ 7.30pm (unless otherwise indicated)
View the agendas (from three working days before the meetings) and minutes of previous meetings
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