On Sunday, June 18th, Limpsfield-based Surrey Dance School will perform its very first dance show, ‘Wish Upon A Star’, at a special Fathers Day performance of 60 pupils, at Woldingham Village Hall. Pizza Federicci will serve their delicious pizzas and ice cream for tea, with a bouncy castle afterwards for all the kids to enjoy. Continue reading “Surrey Dance School Fathers Day Special Performance”
The lovely White Mare Cottages on Stoneleigh Road that overlook Limpsfield Chart and the National Trust land were first built in the 1800s, but by the 1970s they had fallen into disrepair and become largely derelict.
A local resident and business partner acquired all four cottages in 1980 and set about rebuilding them. The photos were taken in May 1980 – 37 year ago – as building work started. Continue reading “Flashback Friday: White Mare Cottages, Limpsfield Chart”
The beautiful and historic Titsey Place off Water Lane in Limpsfield and its gorgeous gardens will once again be open to the public from May 17 through to 27 September, 2017.
If you’re a local dog owner, you probably walk through the Titsey Estate often, but over the summer, Titsey is a fantastic place to take your mum, friends, children (but not dogs, except guide dogs) to have a look around the house, explore the gardens and woodland or have tea in the old Home Farm dairy buildings, which were converted into Tea Rooms in 2007. Continue reading “Titsey Place & Gardens opens from 17 May”
The Music Room on Red Lane in Limpsfield is re-opening its doors for a new season of music and entertainment, starting on 17 June 2017 with A Journey Through Many Lands, presented by the classical guitarist, John Mills. Tickets on sale now – Click here.
Continue reading “The Music Room presents celebrated solo guitarist, John Mills”
Back by popular demand, The Pat Davey (Jazz) Quartet, playing Duke Ellington – from Ragtime to Post-bop, will be hosted by the Oxted & Limpsfield Music Society for another exciting evening featuring some of the country’s most talented current jazz musicians.
The concert will take place on Saturday 6th May 2017, 8 pm, at Bawtree Concert Hall, Baily Building, Hazelwood School.
The Limpsfield Parish Household Survey may have appeared through your letterbox already over the last week – but if you’re more likely to fill it in online, then here’s the link! Just click and fill for your chance to have a say in the future of Limpsfield…and win Prizes! Limpsfield Household Survey. The survey must be completed by May 30 2017. Continue reading “It’s household survey time! Have your say about the future of Limpsfield”
Ladybird, ladybird fly away home, your house is on fire and your children are gone…except they’re not, because they are EVERYWHERE this spring! The warm summer last year has replicated the ladybird plague of 1976 and the little blighters are now appearing from their hiding places inside your cupboards, attics, sheds, chimneys and wherever else they’ve found to keep safe and warm over the winter. Continue reading “Ladybirds invade Limpsfield!”
The Limpsfield Decorative & Fine Arts Society (Limpsfield Arts Society) and Oxted & District History Society have jointly organised an exhibition of 60 of the best prints from renowned local architect and artist, Arthur Keen who recorded and sketched all around the area in the 1930s. The exhibition includes many familiar buildings, but also a number that sadly no longer exist.
The exhibition is held at the Millennium Room next to St Peter’s Church, Limpsfield on Wednesday to Friday this week – April 5-7, between 10am and 5pm. Continue reading “Don’t Miss: Exhibition of Arthur Keen’s Limpsfield prints, this week!”
THIS FRIDAY, 31 March (8-10pm) and Saturday 1 April (10am-6pm) there will be a Photographic Exhibition and Art Display and in St Peter’s Church Hall. The exhibition will showcase Limpsfield residents’ artistic and photographic talent! Continue reading “Don’t Miss: Photo & art display of Limpsfield talent!”