Spotlight on Public Services: Mytchett and Deepcut

Mytchett and Deepcut residents will have the opportunity to give their views on the services their local councils, police and health organisations provide at the upcoming Spotlight on Public Services event.

Focusing on the local area, the free event is hosted by the Surrey Heath Partnership, who would like Mytchett and Deepcut community leaders and residents to share their opinions on current and future priorities.

There will be the opportunity to speak to representatives from organisations including Surrey Heath Borough Council, Surrey County Council, Surrey Police, and Surrey Heath Clinical Commissioning Group.

Surrey Heath Borough Council Chief Executive Karen Whelan and Council Leader and Surrey Heath Partnership Chair Moira Gibson will also be at the event.

As well as learning more about the area’s public services, those attending can also join discussion groups which will focus on the following topics:

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Housing, transport, infrastructure and environment
  • Safer, Stronger Communities

This event follows similar successful community engagement events in Windlesham, and Bisley and West End.

Surrey Heath Borough Council’s Chief Executive, Karen Whelan, said: “I am delighted that the residents of Mytchett and Deepcut will have this opportunity to understand more about their local services, and talk to those who serve their community.

“I encourage local residents to come along, discuss topics that matter to them, and hopefully leave with a clearer understanding of public services in their area.

“Any suggestions made at the meeting help inform the priorities of the local Community Plan, and projects can potentially be funded by the Council’s Community Fund Grant Scheme.”

The event, at 6.30pm on October 21, 2015, will take place at Mytchett Primary School, Hamesmoor Road, Mytchett, Camberley, GU16 6JB.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, and to register, go to

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