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Ashtead Community Vision
Ashtead Community Vision (ACV) was set up in response to the Localism Act 2012. To make sure that Ashtead’s residents, businesses, and organisations, have a chance to shape the future development of building and housing  in our village.

The Ashtead Residents Association
The Association aims to represent the views of all who live in Ashtead.

Pictures of SAVE Ashtead Campaign
Picture gallery of SAVE Ashtead Campaign http://KennJordan.com/flickr/

Facebook Save Ashtead Group
If you use Facebook please consider joining our Facebook Save Ashtead’s Village Environment Group

Tescopoly
Tescopoly is an alliance of organisations concerned with the negative impacts of supermarket power.
Tescopoly: How One Shop Came Out on Top and Why It Matters

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Dorking SOS
Dorking SOS are a large group of local residents who were initially formed to oppose a major new supermarket in the heart of their town.

[NW title=”The No Mill Road Tesco Campaign” link=”http://www.nomillroadtesco.org/”]The No Mill Road Tesco Campaign[/NW]
Campaigning against Tesco’s presence in the creative and cultural heart of Cambridge

[NW title=”The No Clapton Tesco Campaign” link=”http://www.noclaptontesco.org/”]The No Clapton Tesco Campaign[/NW]
Campaigning against Tesco’s presence in Clapton Pond

Transition Ashtead
Working towards a sustainable Ashtead.

Our Facebook Page
Follow our latest updates on http://Facebook.com/SAVE.Ashtead

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Our YouTube Page
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