Are you as informed as you could be?
Did you know we have lots of newsletters you can sign up to? Keeping you informed about the things you want to know about. So whether it's roadwork alerts, major projects being carried out in your area, or how to not get scammed there's a newsletter for you.
Check out the different newsletters and alerts below that you can subscribe to. And don't forget we also have a regular podcast you can listen to too which covers a range of topics about things going on in Surrey.
This monthly newsletter gives you the latest information about a broad range of topics across all the services that Surrey County Council provides residents old and young. It also features a very extensive What's On guide.
Education, culture and heritage
We have a selection of newsletters keeping you updated about culture and heritage in Surrey and some educational information, including courses available for adults from Surrey Adult Learning.
- Surrey Adult Learning newsletter
- Surrey Arts Newsletter
- Surrey History Centre news
- Special educational needs and disability (SEND) news
- Surrey Family Information Service - Community Connector online newsletter
Greener Futures, Countryside and Major Projects
The newsletters below will keep you informed about things out and about, such as major projects like the River Thames Scheme, Surrey's countryside and the climate change agenda in Surrey...
- Explore Surrey's countryside newsletter
- Surrey Countryside Partnerships team newsletter
- Climate change newsletter
- Roadworks maps and alerts
- Farnham Infrastructure Programme newsletter
- Major project alerts and updates
Keep informed about the latest scams to keep you and your loved ones safe.
More from your council
- Celebrating Surrey’s COVID heroes
- Do you know where to turn?
- Social Value Marketplace connecting organisations and individuals
- New initiative tackling loneliness and building confidence
- No One Left Behind
- Would you know what to do in a flood?
- Your new look Surrey Matters is here!
- Multi-million-pound investment in mental health services for Surrey
- ‘No one left behind’ ambition guides Surrey’s 2022/23 budget
- Arranging care and support for you or a loved one?
- Afghan refugees in Surrey
- Surrey Fire and Rescue are recruiting