Richard Hay, who many Tandridge residents will also know as DJ Ricardo on Ridge Radio, was appointed as a magistrate in 1994 at the age of 37. In October 2022 he also became a diversity and community relations magistrate.Read MoreCould you become a magistrate?
The application of Tandridge District Council to Round 2 of the Levelling Up fund has been unsuccessful.Read MoreCaterham misses out on Levelling Up funding again
7 February is Safer Internet Day. At a time when much of our life is online, Mark Harrington stresses that it is important to continue to raise awareness of internet dangers.Read MoreThe Breck Foundation: Continuing to make change for the better
On Saturday, 21 January Warlingham Community Library celebrated its 10th anniversary. The Shelton Avenue building was decorated with balloons and bunting, and local residents were invited in to see examples of the many groups that use the space and the activities that take place there, including a craft room where children were designing their own Chinese New Year dragon.Read MoreWarlingham Community Library celebrates its 10th anniversary
David Sullivan is a busy man. He not only runs a roofing company and travels the world speaking about cardiac arrest survival, he is also on a mission to make the UK the safest place in the world to survive a cardiac arrest, using his home town of Oxted as a blueprint.Read MoreOxted: a blueprint for cardiac arrest survival
16-year-old Caterham resident Ella Patterson is in training to run two half-marathons in February, to raise money for her dad Andy, who has the rare genetic disorder hereditary spastic paraplegia.Read MoreElla's running to keep her Dad walking
Goods Vehicle Operator’s LicenceLionheart Scaffolding Ltd of Flat 1 Rowlands, Newchapel Road, Lingfield, Surry RH7 7BL is applying for a licence to use Unit 15 Shawlands, Newchapel Road, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6BJ as an operating centre for 2 goods vehicles and 0 trailers.Read MoreLionheart Scaffolding Ltd of Flat 1 Rowlands, Newchapel Road
We thought the start of a new year warranted an excuse to reintroduce you to the Tandridge Independent team, so here we are!Read MoreMeet the TI team!
Columnist Nicky Forster may have written this column in 2022 but it is still relevant as we head into 2023!Read MoreThe time is now
A woman has died, and another was taken to hospital after a dog attack in Caterham yesterday (12 January).Read More28-year-old woman dies after dog attack in Caterham
If you have been dreaming of a green Christmas and new year, recycling more of the right things could make a difference to the environment and is cheaper for the council to dispose of than rubbish.Read MoreRecycling Christmas waste
Generous shoppers at Morrisons in Caterham have ensured that families in need will receive some new year treats, by raising money for the Whyteleafe food bank.Read MoreWhyteleafe food bank benefits from community generosity