Limpsfield families are being spoilt for outdoor trails at the moment, with the launch of the Parish Council’s Limpsfield Way and now the new Family Activity Trail, a joint project by the National Trust and Friends of Limpsfield Common that provides a waymarked nature trail around Limpsfield’s High Chart.Continue reading “Friends of Limpsfield Common launch new Family Activity Trail”
Limpsfield Parish Council held the official launch of the Limpsfield Way circular walk and Limpsfield Community Cycle Route on Saturday afternoon (24 September), with Cllr Ann Osborn hosting the event and Chairman John Thompson cutting the ribbon.Continue reading “The Parish Council officially launches The Limpsfield Way Walk and Community Cycle Route”
In April, Limpsfield Parish Council received the first tranche of funding from Surrey County Council’s Your Fund Surrey scheme, and have been very busy creating the new and accessible Limpsfield Way Circular Walk, with the Community Cycle Route to be completed over the summer holidays.Continue reading “The new Limpsfield Way… check it out over the summer holidays”
It was hot hot hot for last weekend’s Limpsfield Village Food, Drink and Artisan summer fair, hosted by The Limpsfield Cookery School in its courtyards, with other high street shops, open, including Bey Tree, Kate Tulett’s Art for All and Memorial Stores.Continue reading “Another successful and sunny summer fair in the village”
The Limpsfield Cookery School will once again be opening their courtyards to welcome local businesses for a Summer Food, Drink and Artisan Fair on Sunday 10th July 2022.Continue reading “Limpsfield Cookery School’s Summer Fair is this Sunday!”
While Covid put paid to many businesses around the country, one phenomenon that is being witnessed throughout the regions is a cautious re-invigoration of our local high streets.
Oxted has seen, and is still seeing quite a turnaround of new businesses, and Limpsfield High Street has also witnessed a rally, with new businesses launching and existing ones coming into their own with some tweaks to their offer.
Established businesses and newbies are giving our little high street a new lease of life, and as well as those businesses you can see as you drive past, there are also some hidden gems behind closed doors that you may not even know about…Continue reading “A shout-out for businesses on Limpsfield High Street – both visible and behind closed doors!”
The weather held and the streets were full for the Limpsfield Village Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Street Party on Sunday 5th June. What an incredible effort everyone went to to produce such an amazing day. The tables were full; party hats and jubilee outfits were donned and the village was bedecked in flags!Continue reading “Limpsfield, you did yourself proud for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee!”
Local residents and others with connections to the area will be interested to know that the Friends of Limpsfield Common (FoLC) have just published a lovely book that tracks the development of the Commons since their beginning, complete with some wonderful and rarely seen photographs, maps and drawings of the area.Continue reading ““LIMPSFIELD COMMONS” – new book on our beautiful Common – now available for purchase”
There was a great turnout for The Limpsfield Cookery School‘s Gift Fair on Sunday 5th December, with lots of local creative businesses setting up in the Cookery School courtyards on Limpsfield High Street, providing Christmas cheer for the Limpsfield community and some welcome support for local business.Continue reading “Another Successful Christmas Gift Fair at The Limpsfield Cookery School”
On Sunday 21st November 2021, at a 11.15 a very distinguished guest and long-time volunteer of the Limpsfield Task Force ceremonially planted the OAK TREE on behalf of the Friends of Limpsfield Common (FoLC). Brian Longley, aged 98, did a fabulous job on behalf of the crowd who attended this lovely and very moving community event.Continue reading “A ceremonial oak is planted by a most distinguished resident”