This Monday, 28th May, 2-6pm the One World Group, Oxted is hosting open gardens in six beautiful locations around Limpsfield and Oxted. Teas will be available at two of the gardens and you’ll also be able to buy plants and tickets for a raffle.
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!)
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
Limpsfield’s favourite dress-up and party destination, Fancier Dress at Wickhams Stores, will have been a central part of the village for a decade on Thurs October 19th.
To celebrate 10 years of helping local parties be that little bit fancier, Fancier Dress is inviting customers – past, present and future – to help celebrate and have a snoop around their new premises at the back of their old shop, now inhabited by the Avalanche Gallery. As a special treat, there’s 20% off all stock during the event. Continue reading Fancier Dress Celebrates its 10th Birthday!
Yes, we do live in a lovely, quiet and generally safe area, but recently there have been a number of people in the Limpsfield area purportedly selling door-to-door or delivering leaflets who may not be as genuine as they claim. There has also been a spate of crime in the wider Oxted area, including break-ins, car theft (from driveways) and burglaries.
This Remembrance weekend, the fabulous Threadbare Theatre company will take to the boards once again at The Crown Old Oxted, to show their brilliant production, The Great War As it Was, a fun, yet thought-provoking music-hall style show based on accounts of WWI. Here, we talk to the hugely talented cast, Andrew Candish, Matthew Winters and Felicity Gordon (and Bella the theatre cat!). Continue reading Interview with Cast of ‘The Great War As It Was’