‘Insourcing’ entire gardening staff will lead to high standards and local control
Bucking the national trend of outsourcing public services, Runnymede Borough Council has ‘insourced’ its entire grounds maintenance operation in a move expected to increase quality and local control.
Addlestone’s Festive Fayre and lights switch-on
On Saturday 26 November 2022, kick-start Christmas with the annual Addlestone Festive Fayre and lights switch-on!
Strategy sets out how Runnymede will work towards 2030 Net Zero
Runnymede Borough Council has taken a decisive step towards achieving Carbon Net Zero by 2030, after Councillors approved the new Climate Change Strategy at the October Full Council.
Climate change at heart of Council’s new four year plan
Responding to climate change takes centre stage in an ambitious new four year business plan launched by Runnymede Borough Council this week.
Observing Remembrance in Runnymede
This year, there are several Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday Services taking place across the Borough, which our mayor, councillors, and officers are honoured and humbled to attend.
Runnymede Civic Awards: nominate now
Nominations for the first Runnymede Civic Awards are now open
Biggest ever survey of Council tenants under way
The biggest survey of Council tenants ever carried out in Runnymede has just five days to go, and the Council is keen for people to make their views known.
Looking for Change? Help tackle homelessness by changing the way you give.
World Homeless Day was on 10 October, and we have been encouraging local people to bring about positive change in their communities by supporting those who are most in need.
Leader proud of Council’s cost of living support
The Leader of Runnymede Borough Council has highlighted the range of support provided to residents aimed at easing the burden of the cost of living crisis.
Exciting new daytime social scene set to launch in Addlestone
A raft of new entertainment and services for older people is soon to be unveiled at the Addlestone Centre (formerly the Addlestone Community Centre), following a vote by Runnymede’s Councillors.
£11.9m to help Runnymede residents cut their energy bills
Grants of up to £25,000 are now available for eligible Surrey residents to help make their homes warmer and more energy efficient.