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Dear Ash Parish Council,

I am writing under the freedom of information act. Please, could you supply a list of all premises owned or managed by the Parish Council, include Halls, Allotments etc.

Yours faithfully,

Trevor MacDonald

Office, Ash Parish Council

Dear Trevor,

Buildings :
The Ash Centre
Ash Workshop & Public Toilets
Ash Cemetery Chapel which is the building used by the Museum
Ash Museum Annex
Ash Cemetery Public Toilet
Harpers Scout Hut
Harpers Changing Rooms
Carrington Scout Hut
Carrington Recreation Ground Public Toilets - Closed

Parks :
Ash Recreation Ground
Harpers Recreation Ground
Carrington Recreation Ground
Ashley Park
Shawfield Recreation Ground which includes Ash United Football Club pitch
Parsons Nose
Ash Meadows
Snaky Lane Nature Reserve
Coronation Gardens

Allotments :
Harpers
Shawfield

Other :
War Memorial

Further details can be found on our website : https://www.ashpcsurrey.gov.uk/

Regards,

Alison Watmore
Deputy Clerk
Ash Parish Council
The Ash Centre
Ash Hill Road
Ash
Surrey
GU12 5DP

www.ashpcsurrey.gov.uk

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