Recently we had the pleasure of visiting local soft furnishing expert, Morag Roulston at her beautiful new studio space on Pains Hill (aka Paines Hill). The gorgeous garden studio, that Morag and husband David have been building over the last couple of years, is full of fabulous sample books, swatches and current client projects, including curtains and pelmets, cushions, covers and newly re-upholstered chairs. Continue reading “Interview with soft furnishing expert, Morag Roulston”
It is with much sadness that the Wilton family announce the death of Jane Wilton, known to her pupils as Miss Bateman, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, who died on Monday 4 December at her home in Sandy Lane, Limpsfield after a short battle with cancer. She leaves behind her husband Michael and children, Richard, Victoria and Robert. Continue reading “Commemorating the life of a much-loved local music teacher”
Lucy Linger Moore, owner of Limpsfield’s Fancier Dress and the Threadbare Theatre Co., has launched a new film venture, Linger Longer Films, which has just finished shooting its first short film, Love Lies all around the Limpsfield and Oxted area. Continue reading “Lucy Linger Moore launches local film company”
Limpsfield resident, Ashley Fosdike has decided to charity trek to Madagascar for two weeks. She leaves on 25th October. Her chosen charity, Combat Stress, looks after military personnel and their families affected by mental health issues, including PTSD.
Two Limpsfield mums, sisters, Kerry Cook and Nicky Spikesman are the creative duo behind Two Queen Bees, a thriving bag label that specialises in practical, colourful, robust and incredibly useful bags. Kerry and Nicky talk about what its like to work with your sibling and how they conceived and developed their successful business idea. Continue reading “Limpsfield’s Two Queen Bees show bags of initiative”
Jo Francis, who works at Panda Nursery in Limpsfield, raised over £15,000 for SANDS, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity, at her charity ball, held in October at the Lingfield Racecourse. Continue reading “Panda Nursery’s Jo Francis raises over £15000 for SANDS”
by Kevin Black.
Christmas is a time of goodwill and kindness to all and no one typifies that better than eight-year-old Jasmine Baber of Limpsfield Village. Jasmine, a pupil at a Bletchingley primary school, is working her way through her ’24 Random Acts Of Kindness’, which began on December 1 and will end on December 24. Continue reading “Jasmine’s Christmas acts of kindness”