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Community and Living

  • Services for older people

    We offer a range of services, alongside a number of professional and voluntary organisations, for older people and those with disabilities.

  • Community safety in Runnymede

    Find out about the steps that are in place to protect the community, how to report anti-social behaviour, and information on how you can get involved with Neighbourhood Watch.

  • Births, marriages, civil partnerships and deaths

    Find information on registering a birth, death, marriage or civil partnership, and about the four cemeteries in Runnymede.

  • Residents' health and wellbeing

    Following changes to how health services are commissioned in England, Surrey County Council, with support from us, has new responsibilities for public health.

  • Assets of community value

    The listing of community assets formed part of the Government's localism agenda.

  • Libraries (Surrey County Council)

    Renew items, join the library service or find out about events on the Surrey Libraries site.

  • Street parties

    Organising a street party is relatively simple as long as you don't include activities that need a licence, such as the sale/supply of alcohol or providing certain types of public entertainment that haven't been exempted by the Deregulation Act and/or the Live Music Act.

  • Greenfingers of Runnymede

    Entries have now closed for Runnymede Borough Council's annual Greenfingers of Runnymede competition.

  • Runnymede Upskilled employment and skills scheme

    Runnymede Upskilled is for unemployed residents aged 18 and over to improve their skills and training, and find work. You can visit the Job Club for free workshops or apply for work experience placements.

  • Runnymede Access Liaison Group (RALG)

    Runnymede Access Liaison Group (RALG) represents and supports residents who have a disability.

  • Family Support Programme

    Runnymede and Surrey Heath Borough Councils have joined in partnership to deliver the Family Support Programme (FSP. It aims to inspire, motivate and enable families to learn, develop and implement change for families to enjoy all aspects of family life and make a positive contribution to their local community.

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