Following on from our last post about local company Airfast, we want to make you aware of two Government initiatives (the broadband USO and the Rural Gigabit Vouchers) that you may wish to investigate…
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Frustrated by slow or no broadband?
Internet speed and lack of cable internet in the Limpsfield area has been an issue for a number of years, due to lack of infrastructure and poor aerial reception due to the North Downs. However, local not-for-profit internet company, AirFast.net can now provide a SUPERFAST internet service to Limpsfield residents.
In these “Covid times” we are pulling together as a community in so many ways, helping neighbours, supporting local business and enjoying a renewed sense of community. So, it would be great if we could ALL take pride in our beautiful Parish and help to keep Limpsfield looking lovely!
This year’s Limpsfield in Bloom will be a desktop exercise, judged remotely by the Britain in Bloom Judging Team via a portfolio of photos and videos, with a ‘virtual’ judging day planned for Thursday, 9th July, when the LIB team hopes our village will look at its beautiful best. Here’s how you can help Limpsfield go for another Gold!
Last week, Local Plan Inspector, Philip Lewis, published a letter to Tandridge District Council regarding questions on the viability and funding for the proposed South Godstone Garden Community scheme. The Inspector is currently considering his decision on whether to approve the Local Plan, of which the “Garden Village” is the key feature…
Titsey Road will be closed temporarily for one day this week for repairs to cats eyes and the Limpsfield Village sign. The order is sanctioned from May 11th for through traffic between its junctions with Clarks Lane and High Street, Limpsfield, a total distance of 3200 metres. The road has now been closed to through traffic.
**POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE**
SGN need to carry out further safety-critical work to upgrade the ongoing gas network in Limpsfield. Granville Road and parts of Bluehouse Lane will be affected from May 4 for approximately 2 weeks.