Pixham Residents Association

ABOUT PIXHAM

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The Pixham Residents Association was formed in 2009 with the idea of enhancing our local environment and strengthening our community through encouragement of joint activities. As well as putting on successful social events, such as the Pixham Summer Fete, monthly coffee mornings and pop-up pubs, we have initiated a number of community projects, campaigned to make Old Pixham School a community centre, others are in the pipeline.

Check our blog on our Who We Are page for current news and events 

Pixham and coronavirus

In view of the current public health situation due to the COVID19 pandemic, and government warnings against non-essential social contact, the management of Old Pixham School have decided they have no option other than to close OPS as a social venue from Wednesday 18 March until further notice. 

They wish all users and Pixham residents the best of health, and hope to see you back again to enjoy sociable times in the not too distant future.

We will keep you up to date with developments.

 

If you have any queries about OPS, or need help or support of any kind due to self-isolation or other problems please contact us via the email address below, or the contact form on this website.

We are here to help!

Future Mole Valley Plan

The Draft Future Mole Valley Plan published by Mole Valley Council includes plans for a large housing development on the current Aviva site at Pixham End, housing development next to Dorking Main Station, and travellers pitches at the Depot opposite Old Pixham School.

Details and a response form are available here.

Read a copy of our special Pixham Alert newsletter here.

 

The public consultation is now active, and ends on 23rd March. If you want your views to be considered by the council you must respond using the form referred to above, or via email or letter to Mole Valley Planning Dept..

GO TO OUR DEDICATED PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION AND SUGGESTIONS FOR ACTION

SEE THE BLOG FOR A REPORT ON OUR RESIDENTS MEETING TO DISCUSS THE PLAN

Pixham ‘Good Neighbour’ Scheme

Are you able and willing to help our community right now?

We’re looking for volunteers to support those in self-isolation / older people who can’t get out, etc. We realise that many people do this informally and but we suspect there might be people who need some temporary help over the next few weeks.

  • Help with shopping:  doorstep contact only. Shopping list left outside with envelope containing money. You buy carrier bags  and leave shopping on doorstep. They’ll be at home!

  • Phoning regularly: a friendly voice can make a huge difference.  Refer queries about medical matters to ‘dial 111’.

  • Posting letters / collecting prescriptions / running errands.

  • Walking dogs.

It would be good to have 2-3 volunteers per road.  Each volunteer could end up with possibly  2-3 households to support with a back-up helpline.

We’re planning a leaflet drop to all Pixham households about the scheme.  You add contact details for those on your road who you will deliver leaflets to. 

To do this we need YOU. If we don’t get enough volunteers we won’t be able to do this.

Please respond to patvoice@yahoo.co.uk by Thursday 19th if you can help. We’ll get leaflets out over the weekend.

Pixham Residents’ Association Committee

The leaflets below can be downloaded by "right-clicking" on them, if you wish to print them.

Read the latest Pixham Good Neighbours Briefing click here

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