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
Limpsfield’s Memorial Stores team is looking for an enthusiastic and customer focused person to join their merry band from Monday 4th January, working 7am – 9.30am daily, from Monday to Saturday.Continue reading
This week, with our eateries and drinkeries re-opening, we look forward to things slowly back to normal around Limpsfield. As published in the latest (online) version of the Parish News, let’s give a big clap for those Limpsfield businesses who were able to adapt to stay open in one way or another over Lockdown…Continue reading
Limpsfield in Bloom is very proud of its many golds for the annual Britain in Bloom competition, which is run by the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) to promote community gardening. This year’s Britain in Bloom, themed ‘Grow Social’, highlights the importance of the scheme’s community and volunteer involvement, that aims to draw communities together in a combined effort by people of all ages and backgrounds to improve where they live and work. Continue reading
In July, the Prince’s Countryside Fund launched its Village Survival Guide – a guide to help rural villages and communities survive and thrive in challenging times and includes many inspirational examples of villages and local businesses who are determined to keep their unique communities going.
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
While wreaths have been used for many purposes over the centuries, including religious, political and spiritual, in Ancient Greek culture, the wreath symbolised the circle of life, representing those who have been and gone and those who are to come.
Wouldn’t it be lovely if every front door in Limpsfield this December had a wreath on it, celebrating the life of our lovely community, commemorating those who have passed and celebrating those starting out on their own journey? Continue reading