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.
TWOAT recently launched an appeal to raise funds to support The Little Sapphires School. It is run by the Mothers’ Union in Madagascar and has about 55 nursery and primary age children. Unfortunately due to the virus and other local issues many of the parents can no longer earn enough to contribute the £3.65 per […] Continue reading →
Dear Resident, The KRA hosted a presentation by Inspired Villages (IVG) on the Retirement Village at Kingswood on 22 July 2020. As the presentation was conducted via Zoom video facility, the number participants were limited. However, as agreed, this presentation was recorded and this is now available to view below.on the KRA Kingswood Residents Association […] Continue reading →
News from Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust We are pleased to report that, despite having had to cancel or postpone all the fund raising events we were due to run since March, we have still managed to send all the financial support we had previously promised to our projects. We even sent £750 extra […] Continue reading →
As we progress with the Pandemic and the ongoing implications for all of us, I have now re-started my regular reports and will, as appropriate, also publish other information that’s relevant to local communities. Coronavirus – CPR – Common-sense, Patience and being Reasonable are the key words going forwards. Keep washing hands, keep your distance […] Continue reading →
Kingswood Safety Net in June AS THE Covid-19 restrictions are gradually being eased, some aspects of the Kingswood Safety Net (KSN) will change but we will still be ready to help those who need it in the village, especially if there is a second wave of the coronavirus. Here is a summary of where we […] Continue reading →
News from Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust We have now held two committee meeting since the start of the lockdown by means of a video conference. Reports indicate that some of the schools we support had to shut down by government decrees which were largely based on the situation in their country’s capital. We […] Continue reading →
An announcement was made last night by Cllr Mark Brunt, Leader of Reigate and Banstead Council, that the brown bin garden waste collections will be reinstated as of week commencing 22nd June. The attached link is the interview of Cllr Brunt, which gives an explanation on why this was suspended and also the grass verges […] Continue reading →
A message from Jeff Harris, Surrey County Councillor Dear Residents I thought I would give everyone a quick update relating to Community Re-cycling Centres (CRC’s)and an announcement from Reigate and Banstead Borough Council about Green Waste Collections. Both Epsom and Earlswood will be open SEVEN days a week, and from 9am – 6pm, initially.……..BUT It […] Continue reading →
Please see below road closure information from Surrey Highways. There will be road closures Monday – Wednesday 10 pm – 6 am while anti-skid road dressing is applied to the approaches to the Chipstead Lane (Clock Tower) roundabout. The section to be closed will be from Warren Lodge Drive to Beechen Lane. Mike Gibson Roads […] Continue reading →
A message from Jeff Harris, Surrey County Councillor Dear Residents, I refrained from writing over the past week or so as there wasn’t too much to say, but like buses, several things came along at the same time.. Some of the following relates directly to coronavirus, but I thought I’d add a couple of (what […] Continue reading →