Your Fund: how you can support funding for Limpsfield-based projects

Surrey County Council has recently set up “Your Fund”, a funding scheme for community projects that will benefit their communities. Several Limpsfield organisations have now registered bids for funding and here’s how you can help them to succeed…

Continue reading “Your Fund: how you can support funding for Limpsfield-based projects”

Help our postal workers and give them a smoother round

Our posties have had a relentless year, with the hugely increased amounts of post and parcels since lockdown began in March and all the online purchasing began. We could be making it a lot easier for them…

Continue reading “Help our postal workers and give them a smoother round”

Winning designs for the Friends of Limpsfield Common Christmas card competition

The results of the Friends of Limpsfield Common Christmas card competition have been announced and their designs will now feature as official digital Christmas Cards for 2020.  Well done to overall winner, Anabella, aged 6.

Continue reading “Winning designs for the Friends of Limpsfield Common Christmas card competition”

Oxted Rotary: Give a little, take a little this Christmas

This Christmas promises to be the most unusual ever, and the Oxted Rotary Club, like all other charities, is having to adapt to the way they run their Christmas appeal for funds to help those in need, and will be running a virtual appeal, encouraging people to give a little, and take a little.

Continue reading “Oxted Rotary: Give a little, take a little this Christmas”

Meet Claire Coutinho – our MP for East Surrey

This month, we interviewed the very lovely Claire Coutinho, MP for East Surrey and resident of Bletchingley. Early riser, self-confessed maths nerd and champion of the local high street, Claire tells us how she got into politics and what a typical day entails. Initially published in the Limpsfield Parish News, here’s the full, unabridged version…

Continue reading “Meet Claire Coutinho – our MP for East Surrey”

Here we go again! Latest Lockdown info and contacts

We are back into Lockdown and while many people are still going about their daily business, with schools and colleges all still open, there will be some people who need assistance with shopping, prescriptions and other supplies during this period. Here is the latest information for local residents during this time.

Continue reading “Here we go again! Latest Lockdown info and contacts”

A key role available at Limpsfield’s Memorial Stores

Limpsfield’s Memorial Stores team is looking for an enthusiastic and customer focused person to join their merry band from Monday 4th January, working 7am – 9.30am daily, from Monday to Saturday. 

Continue reading “A key role available at Limpsfield’s Memorial Stores”

Friends of Limpsfield Common Christmas Card Competition

If your children are looking for a creative outlet at the moment, get out the pencils/pens and paper, because The Friends of Limpsfield Common are running a Christmas Card competition for children aged 4-11 years, with the theme for 2020 being Wildlife at Christmas.

Continue reading “Friends of Limpsfield Common Christmas Card Competition”

Virtual Remembrance Sunday Service – 8 November 2020

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will not be a Remembrance parade or service at St Peter’s Church this year, however St Peter’s will be hosting an online/virtual Remembrance Sunday Service with contributions from the Limpsfield Royal British Legion and the Oxted Band.

Continue reading “Virtual Remembrance Sunday Service – 8 November 2020”

Fancier Dress’s final Halloween!

As many of you may have heard, or seen on social media, our much loved fancy dress shop, Fancier Dress is closing its doors after Halloween this year. We caught up with owner, Lucy Moore, to find out what to expect in October.

Continue reading “Fancier Dress’s final Halloween!”

Create a website or blog at WordPress.com

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: