Last week, Helen Ellson, Chair of The Limpsfield Community Orchard, met with the children at Limpsfield’s CofE Infants School who penned the winning poems in this year’s Community Orchard Poetry Competition. Continue reading “Community Orchard Poetry Competition”
When I was a little girl, I spent a lot of time at Tenchleys Manor, the then home of one of my childhood friends, Alexia. I lived in a fairly old house myself on Trevereux Hill, but was in awe of the size, age and history of this ancient Manor House. It seemed enormous and spooky to me, then. It’s still huge of course, but not quite as spooky…at least during the day;) Continue reading “Tenchleys Manor – memories from childhood”
The Tandridge District Council elections are this Thursday, May 3rd. Your polling station is at St Peter’s Church Hall. We’ve all learned in the last couple of years that every vote really does count…and you can’t complain about the results if you haven’t bothered to vote!!
So, here’s a quick who’s who of the candidates standing for the Limpsfield Ward. Continue reading “Quick guide to the local elections – Limpsfield candidates”
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!)”
This weekend, Saturday May 5th, the Limpsfield Community Orchard is hosting its annual blossom viewing – from 10.30 to 12.00 – with coffee/tea and apple cake as usual! Everyone is invited. It’s a lovely thing to do with all the family.
On the recent warm weekend, I went to meet the dedicated team running the orchard. This fruit-loving bunch set up the project to help people of all ages to appreciate and grow their own fruit – in their own gardens and local spaces… Continue reading “An apple a day keeps the doctor away – a visit to Limpsfield’s Community Orchard”
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!”
Spring has definitely sprung this week and thoughts turn to our gardens and this year’s Britain in Bloom. As ever, our entry into this national competition run by the Royal Horticultural Society is expertly handled by Limpsfield In Bloom, who have had a lot of success in the RHS Britain in Bloom competition, winning many Gold medals over the years!
This amazing bunch of green-fingered volunteers, led by Ann Osborn and Lilian Hindley, keep the village looking lovely – from flowerbeds, troughs, borders and baskets, to verges and village signs. They also run educational activities with Limpsfield CofE Infants School. They need more volunteers of all ages to help them keep the village looking lovely… Continue reading “Get involved: Limpsfield in Bloom”
Last week I went to my first Parish Council Annual Meeting. There was a pretty good turnout at St Peter’s Church Hall for a Thursday evening. However, there was a very noticeable lack of people representing the younger gens of the parish, with no more than a handful of us being under the age of 60… Continue reading “Who’s representing the younger people of Limpsfield?”
Easter is upon us, and starting from tomorrow, Palm Sunday, St Peter’s Church in Limpsfield Village and St Andrew’s Church in Limpsfield Chart will be a hive of activity with Easter services and other activities throughout Holy Week… Full list below. Continue reading “Easter Week Services in Limpsfield”
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”