Resource Library

Use the links below to download the required documents. Many documents will require a PDF reader.  There are many such readers available free online, but Abode Reader can be downloaded via the button below.


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The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – Key Findings
This summarises the main report “The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey”, covering key data about Surrey’s communities and VCFS provision in Surrey.

The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – Full Report
This is the full report from RAISE, commissioned by Surrey Community Action, covering the needs of Surrey’s communities and the VCFS provision to meet those needs.

The Changing Face of Communities in Surrey – RAISE Conclusions and Recommendations
These are the conclusions and recommendation made by RAISE following the main report into Surrey’s communities and VCFS provision. It should be read alongside the discussions generated during Surrey Community Actions conference on 07 May 2013. These discussions can be found in the forum area if Surrey Community Action’s website

Evaluation Report for Surrey Voluntary Car Schemes (Good Neighbours)
To understand the value of voluntary car schemes to the districts in which they operate, and across Surrey as a whole, Surrey Community Action invites Voluntary Car Schemes and Good Neighbour Schemes to complete a survey every 12 months. The results of the survey are detailed in this short report.


Launching the Local Prevention Commission presentation

Crime Prevention Strategy for Village Halls

Good Neighbour and Voluntary Car Schemes

Marketing tips for good neighbour schemes

Good Neighbour Scheme Newsletter 2018

Advice for Volunteer Drivers

First Aid for use in an emergency

Money Matters

20 Top tips for managing your money

Advice Organisations

Help for Water Customers Struggling to Pay

Home Energy Checklist

Money Matters Newsletter

Money Saving Tips

Turn2us Leaflet

Warmth Matters Covid Newsletter

Warmth Matters Leaflet

Warmth Matters Newsletter