• Ottershaw Neighbourhood Forum

More Opportunities to Contribute

Here are a few opportunities if you'd like to volunteer a small amount of your time:


The Communication and Engagement Working Group

needs your help with social media content (e.g. Facebook page, website blog) and community engagement (Communication Strategy). The Facebook page would require being updated on a weekly to bi-weekly basis. If you are interested or wish to know more please contact

Carl Mann (carljmann@gmail.com) or Julie Last (julielast13@gmail.com).

The Data Collection Working Group

needs your help with gathering background information about the Ottershaw Neighbourhood Area. Initially the sort of information we need to collect is related to population and property profiles, then moving on to business & community facilities. Whilst a lot of information is held on RBC and SCC websites, local knowledge is vitally important and invaluable.

If you would like to help with this process or wish to know more, please contact Brian Williams (Bw878@btinternet.com).

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New Communications Strategy developed

Read the ONF communications strategy to find out about planned surveys and other interesting topics! You can download the strategy and other important documents from the download section of this websi

ONF Facebook Group Live

Live now at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ottershawforum See what others have to say about the future of our village.

A320 Development - RBC Site Live

Runnymede Borough Council Have your Say Site goes live 15 Feb at https://a320.commonplace.is/ Your chance to voice your views on the upcoming development.

To contact ONF, emailinfo@ottershawforum.com

The Ottershaw Neighbourhood Forum is a not-for-profit organisation set up as an Unicorporated Association.

It is a Neighbourhood Forum as defined in the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 as amended by the Localism Act 2011.