Limpsfield In Bloom 2020 – a very virtual affair!

This year, due to the ongoing situation with Covid-19, Limpsfield in Bloom will host a virtual judging day on July 9th 2020, complete with Battle of Britain themed “elevenses” (coffee and cake at 11AM) outside Memorial Stores, courtesy of The Limpsfield Cookery School and Coffee @ Kiwi House and check out our very own spitfire!  Continue reading “Limpsfield In Bloom 2020 – a very virtual affair!”

A crafty new venture for Ashley

Limpsfield Parish councillor, Ashley Fosdike has embarked on her own crafty little business. The Green Room studio in Ashley’s back garden (just off the A25) is the perfect setting for small groups to while away a few hours creating and painting under Ashley’s expert tuition. Continue reading “A crafty new venture for Ashley”

Growing social with Limpsfield in Bloom

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 “Growing social with Limpsfield in Bloom”

Service! The Limpsfield Cookery School launches this weekend!

A lovely new business is about to launch in Limpsfield, and it will hopefully whet your palette and get your taste buds going! The Limpsfield Cookery School, founded by former stockbroker, Jacqueline Derbyshire, launches on February 8th and aims to bring out the inner chef in everyone.

We chat with Jacqui about the new business and have a nose round the beautifully refurbished “Old Printworks” (opposite Memorial Stores) that the Limpsfield Cookery School will be calling home.
Continue reading “Service! The Limpsfield Cookery School launches this weekend!”

A new direction for Fancier Dress and Lucy Moore

Last month Fancier Dress celebrated its 12th Halloween as part of Limpsfield High Street. She talks about weathering the changes on the high street and her plans for her businesses going forward.

Continue reading “A new direction for Fancier Dress and Lucy Moore”

What’s hot this Halloween?

If you’re heading for a Halloween party, hosting one or just up fo scaring some trick or treaters, you’ll want to know what’s hot this Halloween!  We asked Fancier Dress owner, Lucy Moore, to pull back the curtain and give us some insights!  Continue reading “What’s hot this Halloween?”

Let’s Keep Limpsfield Village Surviving and Thriving

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.

Continue reading “Let’s Keep Limpsfield Village Surviving and Thriving”

Lucy’s new film tackles tricky theme of domestic violence

Talented local film-maker and owner of Limpsfield’s Fancier Dress, Lucy Linger Moore, is now well into the production of her latest project, ‘He’s So Good With The Baby’,  a short film that tackles the tricky theme of domestic violence.  Continue reading “Lucy’s new film tackles tricky theme of domestic violence”

On May 2 – make your local votes count

In case you didn’t know, on May 2 there are local elections going on.  These elections are important to your interests and life in your local community.  As well as the Tandridge Council Elections, there are also the Parish Council Elections and the vote to support the Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan.  These votes will all be cast at the same time.

We’ve learned a big lesson over the last couple of years in terms of the dangers of not voting, so make your votes count… Continue reading “On May 2 – make your local votes count”

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