Meet the family behind Limpsfield’s new café

The new kids on the block (aka Limpsfield High Street) are Theresa, Hayley and Sean, who have just opened new café, Coffee at Kiwi House.  If you’ve not been yet, take a trip up the high street – Tuesday to Sunday – for coffee, cakes, breakfasts and light lunches. Continue reading “Meet the family behind Limpsfield’s new café”

Cider, Crisps and Cricket at The Royal British Legion, Limpsfield!

One of the perfect places to spend a Summer’s afternoon is the Royal British Legion at Grub Street, Limpsfield.  This hidden gem has been part of Limpsfield life for around 80 years and is in a truly lovely location, on the edge of the Grub Street cricket pitch (home to Oxted & Limpsfield Cricket Club) and overlooking the common, Limpsfield CofE Infants School and the Limpsfield Chart Golf Club. Continue reading “Cider, Crisps and Cricket at The Royal British Legion, Limpsfield!”

The Bull – witness to hundreds of years of Limpsfield shenanigans

Winston Churchill, Jeremy Thorpe, Edward VII, Queen Victoria and Eric The Keys… just some of the famous and infamous who have passed by or through the the doors of The Bull Inn…  Continue reading “The Bull – witness to hundreds of years of Limpsfield shenanigans”

Time 2 Paint @ Meldon House – a new shop for the High Street

We have another lovely shop opening in Limpsfield next month! Judie Sherriff, owner of Meldon House & Home (currently at The Old Dairy opposite the Everyman Cinema in Oxted) is opening a specialist shop,  Time 2 Paint @ Meldon House that will focus on her decorative paint business as official Surrey stockist for Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan. Continue reading “Time 2 Paint @ Meldon House – a new shop for the High Street”

Don’t Miss: Panda Nursery’s Ultimate Quiz Night 18 May (Adults only!)

Panda Nursery will be hosting an Ultimate Quiz Night to raise funds on 18 May, from 7:30pm for an 8pm start.  The event will be hosted by one of the UK’s most prolific professional quizmasters – who also happens to be a Panda dad! All proceeds are going to Friends of Panda (Panda Nursery) to help fund activities and equipment. Continue reading “Don’t Miss: Panda Nursery’s Ultimate Quiz Night 18 May (Adults only!)”

Lucy’s Love Lies Accepted for Cannes Short Film Corner!

Linger Longer Films’ debut production, Love Lies (previously featured on our blog, here) has been accepted for the Short Film Corner (Court Métrage) at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival next month.  Continue reading “Lucy’s Love Lies Accepted for Cannes Short Film Corner!”

An enterprising new era for The Bull

Many of you will know that after a decade, much-loved owner of The Bull Inn, Sue Dickens, has decided to move on to pastures and opportunities new.  Exciting news is that The Bull is being bought by Enterprising Limpsfield, a local initiative, formed of community-minded individuals, that aims to create a community hub, based at The Bull, to help promote local food and drink and other like-minded, quality local businesses.

A very exciting part of this new enterprise is that there is an opportunity for local residents to get involved, become shareholders and play a part in this new venture.   Continue reading “An enterprising new era for The Bull”

Julie’s Blissful world of architectural design

Bliss Interiors

Recently we got to immerse ourselves in the lovely world of Julie Bliss, of Bliss Interiors. As an architectural designer, she is responsible for the design, styling and successful planning applications of many of the beautifully renovated houses in Limpsfield and the surrounding area.  Continue reading “Julie’s Blissful world of architectural design”

Limpsfield Ceramics – a tiling treasure trove in the heart of the village

Lawrence Littleales is the man behind Limpsfield Ceramics, purveyor of all the tiles you could ever need for home or business and located in one of Limpsfield’s best-known buildings, a former wheelright’s and garage, opposite Memorial Stores on Limpsfield High Street.   Continue reading “Limpsfield Ceramics – a tiling treasure trove in the heart of the village”