Welcome to the Kingswood Village website.
Here we give useful information about Kingswood, Surrey. 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 groups and associations that help to maintain village life.
Latest Village News
Published Thursday, 17th June 2021 Area one is focused around Banstead, Walton-on-the-Hill and Tattenham Corner, while area two is Reigate town centre. Extensive surveillance of Covid-19 has identified that case rates in the borough of Reigate & Banstead have been increasing for the past few weeks. This is especially evident in the younger age groups,
Please click below to view the latest Coronavirus briefing document from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council. It includes a useful table of the rules for those returning from Green, Amber and Red List countries. Coronavirus Briefing 2/6/2021 Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have found the above information useful.
In support of this Keep Britain Tidy #gbspringclean campaign, @CleanuUpTadworth are planning a dedicated Kingswood litter pick on Sunday a.m. from Waterhouse Lane. It would be nice to encourage as many residents as possible to join in and it would be great if we could get commitments for litter picking every road in Kingswood. I know
News from Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust (TWOAT) In view of the serious COVID impact on many of our projects a very generous TWOAT supporter offered to match fund any donations we received during the last 10 days of April. We publicised this to our supporters and as a result received over £1500 of
The Royal British Legion 1921 – 2021 The Royal British Legion celebrates its 100th anniversary this May. The KRA is proud to be supporting the 100th Anniversary of the Royal British Legion on the 15th May. Our ‘poppy’ team have been busy tying up large Poppies on the lampposts along the Kingswood stretch of the
The Local Elections take place on Thursday 6th May and the Kingswood Polling Station in the village hall will be open as usual, with social distancing measures in place. Do not vote in person if you have symptoms of COVID-19: high temperature, a new or continuous cough, or change or loss of taste and smell.
MESSAGE FROM CEO of INSPIRED VILLAGES, DEVELOPER OF L&G SITE Many residents have been enquiring when the work at the L&G Site is due to commence, as we had previously been advised that Inspired Villages planned to make a start on the existing Grade 2* listed building in September 2020, which was then extended to
Dear resident. Many of you have been asking what is happening at the Station Yard Site, since works have not progressed. There is a new planning application (Ref 21/00470/OUT, which can be viewed on the R&BBC website, see below), which may have implications for Kingswood Village. The summary below compares this new application with the
This year, we’re celebrating the legacy of Captain Tom Moore by encouraging our staff, supporters and volunteers like you to join the Captain Tom 100 challenge from Friday 30 April to Monday 3 May. How you can help: Take on your own Captain Tom 100 Challenge, you can sign up here Support the challenge by
The Wilson family at Shieling, The Warren, Kingswood KT20 6PQ will be opening their garden, as part of the National Open Garden Scheme and invite you, your family, friends and neighbours to join them for a cup of tea/coffee and cake on Monday 3 May, 11am – 4pm. Ticket proceeds will benefit Charities registered with
Kingswood NSPCC would like to invite you to their “Breakout Supper” on Thursday 20th May 2021. Join us in celebrating the next stage on England’s “road to recovery” and host a supper for 6 people in your home (following Government guidelines) with a small quiz and raffle. To book or for more information contact Lori
Dear All, As the saying goes, all good things come to an end, and thus, I’m retiring for the fifth time, at the election. This is my final Report to Residents and I will hand over to my successor on May 10th. I think the last four years have been some of most challenging ever
Thank you to the amazing Litter Pickers who were up early yesterday morning completing the mammoth task of clearing the rubbish accumulated on Outwood Lane. Escorted by the safety vehicles provided by Reigate and Banstead Council, it took nearly 3 hours of hard work to collect a full van load of litter and fly-tipping debris.