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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”

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Julie’s Blissful world of architectural design

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”

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Surrey Dance School pupils excel again

Surrey Dance School has had fantastic results from their end of year examinations again, with all dancers attaining outstanding results.
Continue reading “Surrey Dance School pupils excel again”

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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”

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Stone noses – Sarah Cheeseman talks about her pebble art

Sarah Cheeseman’s creative pebble art is currently on display and sale in Limpsfield’s Avalanche Gallery. While the local mum doesn’t actually live in Limpsfield, she regularly treks down Titsey Hill from her home “in the clouds” (aka Woldingham) , with children attending Funky Feet at Surrey Dance and for visits to Limpsfield Ceramics. Continue reading “Stone noses – Sarah Cheeseman talks about her pebble art”

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Interview with soft furnishing expert, Morag Roulston

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”

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Don’t Miss: Blue Moon by Limpsfield’s Threadbare Theatre

This January, don’t miss Blue Moon, the latest production by Limpsfield’s Threadbare Theatre starring Owen Frost and Victoria Porter at The Crown Inn, Old Oxted. Written by Maud Dromgoole, winner of the Threadbare Theatre Company’s 2017 Playwrighting Competition, this fast-paced and funny satire is a comedy, a horror, a political satire and – overwhelmingly – a love story.

Continue reading “Don’t Miss: Blue Moon by Limpsfield’s Threadbare Theatre”


Twinkly lights, mulled wine & mince pies – this festive Friday

This Friday (ie. tomorrow), 15 December, St Peter’s Church invites Limpsfield residents to pop along to the festively decorated Church at 5.30pm, when the Rev. James Percival will unveil the crib and switch on the Christmas lights.  There will be mulled wine and mince pies to follow in the adjacent Millennium Room.  Continue reading “Twinkly lights, mulled wine & mince pies – this festive Friday”

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Commemorating the life of a much-loved local music teacher

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”

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Lucy Linger Moore launches local film company

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”