It is with great sadness that I write this blog. I have just received the news that the chairman of the Mytchett, Frimley Green and Deepcut Society Kevin Daley passed away last night.
I have known Kevin almost since I have lived in Surrey Heath since 2003 and he was one of if not the most active members of the community.
He was involved in many local community activism campaigns. Most notebly (to my mind) he was heavily involved with the campaign in respect of the increase in flights at Farnborough Airport.
Kevin was also one of the founders of Community Street Watch which played a key role in directly tackling anti-social behaviour in Mytchett. This was done by bridging the gap between young and old through engagement with our young people in the community. A very successful initiative.
If it were not for the constant pressure applied by the likes of Kevin Daley, our community would not be anywhere near as peaceful or such an enjoyable place to live.
His loss to the community cannot be understated.
My thoughts are with his wife, family and friends at this very sad time.
The following report has been released by the developer which is the summary of the Princess Royal Barracks Redevelopment Second round consultation report.
You can download the report PRB Deepcut ABC Round 2 Consultation Feedback Report published inc appends.
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On the 4th July 2015, The Royal Logistic Corps holds its annual open day for the public, local residents, veterans and serving members of the military in Deepcut, Camberley. The event is free and runs all day with stands opening at 9am, the arena events start at 10.30am, with a Party in the Park evening concert starting at 6.30pm!
The day will include interactive military displays demonstrating the six functions of The Royal Logistic Corps; supply, distribution, maritime, ammunition technical services, food services and postal and courier & movement control services. There will also be demonstrations from Commando Logistic Regiment and 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment.
The RLC Silver Stars free-fall Parachute display team will be jumping in, and 13 Air Assault Support Regiment will be doing an exciting fire power demonstration. In the main arena the RLC Enduro Motorcycle Display team will be performing stunts and there will also be an equestrian display and vintage military vehicles.
The day will include competitive sporting activities; rugby, football and or course an old favourite, the tug of war. As well as performances by military bands and pipes and drums there will also be live music all day, culminating in a Party in the Park evening concert at 6.30pm.
BAFTA nominated Kajaki: The Movie will also be screened at the Corps Open Day, with members of the cast and crew present for a Q&A session with the public afterwards. The film tells the true story of a small unit of soldiers positioned on a ridge overlooking the Kajaki dam.
The day is a thank you to the local community and serving and retired members of the Corps for their continued support to The Royal Logistic Corps.
The event is free to attend and is a great day out for both kids and adults – with interactive activities and displays for everyone to enjoy. There will be a farmers market, food stalls, bars, real ales and a hog roast. There will also be a funfair, petting zoo and horse and cart rides!
Also attending this years event is Olympian Rebecca Romero, who will be presenting The Royal Logistic Corps Sports Awards. The Sports Awards recognise excellence and sporting achievements by serving members of the Corps. Rebecca is known for being the first British athlete and second woman in history to win Olympic medals in two different sports, in cycling and rowing, at the Summer Olympic Games.
We will be open between 11am and 3pm, with some sample sausages to try on the BBQ, as well as selling some of these amazing sausages, which are being professionally prepared by our butcher “Mark Turner & Daughters”, from Aldershot.
As always, our sausages will be prepared and vacuum packed in 6’s, and can be eaten fresh or frozen for use later on. Prices on the day will be £5 per pack, or 5 packs for £20. Due to demand we will accept reservations and pre-orders, and as a special promotion for pre-orders you get 6 packs for £20.
If you can pop in on the day, please let me know by return so I can gauge numbers, and if you would like to pre-order please confirm your name, telephone number and quantity you would like to reserve.
As ever, please remember that Heatherhurst Grange is our home so in attending you do so as an invited guest at your own risk. Also, Children must be accompanied at all times, as we have 3 deep ponds and lots of machinery on site.
We look forward to hearing from you, and hopefully seeing you on the day.
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