4th July Elections 2024

By John Tonks | 13/06/2024

The UK Parliamentary General Election will take place on Thursday 4 July 2024. Following boundary changes, Ash is part of a new […]

Competition to decide new bridge name

By John Tonks | 12/06/2024

Guildford Borough Council (GBC) has launched a competition to find a new name for the “Ash Road Bridge Project“. The bridge has […]

Become a BCS Member in June

By John Tonks | 07/06/2024

For a small annual subscription, you can become a member of the Basingstoke Canal Society (BCS) and get regular updates on the […]

CHIPS Holiday Playscheme 2024

By John Tonks | 06/06/2024

The holiday playscheme “CHIPS” is now taking bookings for 2024 in Ash. Places cost £50 per week, which includes lunch.  The places […]

Coronation Car Park Closure 10th June 2024

By John Tonks | 05/06/2024

The Parish Council has confirmed that it is to resurface its free to use carpark at Coronation Gardens, opposite the Victoria Hall. […]

Ash Youth Centre

Ash Youth and Community Centre to re open on 22nd April 2021

By Murray Grubb - 20/04/2021

The Ash Youth & Community Centre in Ash Hill Road has published on the Surrey Clubs for Young People website that its […]

Ash Ranges Extreme Risk of Fire

Ash Ranges: Met office warns of a ‘very high’ threat of wildfire

By John Tonks - 20/04/2021

Ash Ranges wildfire threat The Met Office’s Fire Severity Index warns of a ‘very high’ threat of wildfire by this weekend for […]

free play sessions returning to the borough

Free play sessions return to Coronation Gardens from Tuesday 27 April

By Murray Grubb - 19/04/2021

Guildford Borough Council has confirmed that Free play sessions will return to Coronation Gardens from Tuesday 27 April. Children under 12 can […]

Keep Ash Ranges Open

Ash Ranges: Protest against the closure 1 year on

By John Tonks - 18/04/2021

Residents of Ash & Ash Vale today protested against the closure of Ash Ranges one year ago. Wearing face masks and keeping […]

Message of condolence for HRH Prince Philip

Message of condolence for HRH Prince Philip

By John Tonks - 17/04/2021

Funeral and minute of silence: On Saturday 17 April 2021 the Funeral of his Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, will be […]

Ash library

Surrey Libraries have Re-opened (2021)

By Murray Grubb - 16/04/2021

Surrey Libraries was pleased to announce this week that following the publication of the government’s roadmap, all Surrey libraries became open for […]

Cllr Nigel Manning

Cllr Nigel Manning updates council on anti-social behaviour in Ash South

By Murray Grubb - 16/04/2021

At the full council meeting on Monday 12th April 2021, Ash Parish Council (APC) was asked about anti-social behaviour in Ash South, […]


Route 41 bus route restored to pre COVID-19 timetable

By Murray Grubb - 15/04/2021

Stagecoach has confirmed that from Monday 19th April 2021, the Route 41 bus route will be restored to its pre COVID-19 timetable. […]

Changes on 19 July

Roadmap out of lockdown: Changes on 12 April

By John Tonks - 12/04/2021

Changes on 12 April England has now entered Step 2 of the road map published by the Cabinet Office. This applies to […]

SSC road repair: Station Road East

By Murray Grubb - 10/04/2021

Planned works Surrey County Council (SCC) Highways will be closing the end of Station Road East on Monday 12 April 2021 for […]

Prince Philip

HRH Prince Philip, passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle

By John Tonks - 09/04/2021

On 09 April 2021 the official website of the Royal Family The British Monarchy (royal.uk) published the following statement: “It is with deep […]

co-op Citizens Advice Ash

Support Citizens Advice Ash at the Co-Op

By John Tonks - 09/04/2021

Support Citizens Advice Ash now The Co-op has confirmed that Citizens Advice Ash has recently received its first interim payment from the […]

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