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Walks for Health

Do you need to get out and about, enjoy the fresh air, keep fit and have a chat?

Mandy Cooper is a local resident and our local walking guide for the Walk for Health Scheme.  Mandy is a volunteer and offers two walks a month on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month in the morning at 1030am, meeting outside The Royal Oak pub. The walks are flat, accessible and last approximately 1 hour.  If you’d like any more information on Walk for Health or have any questions please contact Estelle Holmes on 01306 879292, or visit our


Bikes Revived

Bikes Revived received donations from Brockham residents last year of unwanted bikes but also we have a good range of refurbished bikes available as well as providing maintenance and servicing for bikes.  Website is

Free NHS service can help when you’re feeling anxious, stressed or a bit down

Each year one in four of people will experience some kind of mental health problem.  Worries about things like money, jobs, a new baby, and the stress of everyday life can make it harder for people to cope. It’s important to know that help is available if you or someone you know needs it - and it’s free locally from the NHS. 

NHS Surrey Downs Clinical Commissioning Group is working with a number of organisations who offer support and counselling to fund a service which can help you take control and improve your own mental health and wellbeing. Anyone feeling anxious, stressed, worried or depressed can get in touch and you don’t need to be referred by your doctor.

If you’re an adult and registered with a GP in the Surrey Downs area (which includes East Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Mole Valley, Banstead and surrounding areas) you can access free help and support which is available in a variety of forms. From private appointments, to group activities or online courses, you can pick the option that best works for you.

To find out more about what help and support is available please visit Remember, you can call any of the organisations directly.

If you’d like to find out more about other ways to improve your emotional wellbeing, see If you need extra help or are unsure about what might be best for you, please talk to your GP.

Brockham Emergency Response Team - BERT

Read all about BERT here

The Emergency number for BERT is 01302 GO BERT (01302 46 2378) and the email address is



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