Welcome to the Kingswood Village website.
Here we give useful information about Kingswood in Surrey, UK. You should be able to find almost anything that you want to know about the village; its history, services and contact information for the people who lead the various associations that help to maintain village life.
To mark the 300th anniversary of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s birth the Kingswood Parish Events Committee has arranged to visit one of this legendary garden designer’s most famous creations, Stowe, in Buckinghamshire. After morning coffee, we shall first have a tour of Stowe House, which has recently undergone some major restoration work. We will then make […] Continue reading →
Hydrangeas are back in fashion. By Sarah Wilson July is the time to enjoy the huge range of hydrangeas that grow really well in the gardens of Kingswood. If you walk down Woodland Way you will see glorious examples of every kind of hydrangea ranging from the very subtle, creamy white Hydrangea Quercifolia to the […] Continue reading →
Walton, Tadworth & Kingswood History Society would like to invite Kingswood residents to a local Somme Exhibition commemorating the 100th Anniversary – to be held on Friday 8th July from 10am – 4pm at The Good Shepherd in Tadworth. The exhibition will tell the story of the local young men, including those from Kingswood, who […] Continue reading →
The Kingswood Residents’ Association has just received the following information from Surrey County Council. Surrey County Council is consulting on proposals for sustainable transport improvements on routes between Epsom & Banstead including improved facilities for cyclists, pedestrians and bus users. The consultation is open from Monday 27 June until Sunday 14 August 2016. During this […] Continue reading →
Repairs to Warren Drive The proposed timetable is as follows: Mon 4th July – Planeing of patches, kays at ends of main resurfacing area & scoring of main area to provide key for new surface. Access should be no problem although there will be men working on the road in various areas. Tue 5th July […] Continue reading →
Dear Friends, Unfortunately, due to adverse weather conditions tomorrow, sadly we have had to change the venue to Kingswood Village Hall. There will be parking in the Village Hall car park. Please note we have had to bring the time forward to 1pm to 3p.m. and do hope that does not cause a problem. Kingswood […] Continue reading →
The new edition of Surrey Matters from Surrey County Council is now available and if you haven’t received a copy through your letterbox you can read it on line here: http://www.surreycc.gov.uk/news-and-events/surrey-matters/magazine/read-surrey-matters-online We would like to bring to the attention of residents a change regarding the use of bags in the food waste caddy, which […] Continue reading →
Do you love your acid loving plants? By Sarah Wilson The longest day has passed and the Rhododendrons in Kingswood Warren are past their best – but they were a glorious sight to behold in early June. Visitors to Kingswood love the sheer exuberance of the prolific Rhododendron ponticum that line our roads. Most gardeners […] Continue reading →
Residents who travel by rail will be aware that the reliability of the train service has been deteriorating steadily and over recent months has been totally unacceptable. Crispin Blunt MP has already taken up this issue as can be seen from his press statement here, but I suspect that he needs more ammunition to bring about […] Continue reading →
A resident has recently reported that new credit cards which had been mailed to them were intercepted in the post and used fraudulently. The likelihood is that the credit cards were actually stolen from their mailbox. There were several incidents like this in Kingswood last year and indeed police made an arrest some months ago, […] Continue reading →