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
The power of the people. A planning application to develop the old builders’ yard at the Station with 28 x 2 bedroom flats and a Co-op convenience store has been withdrawn by the developer. Two reasons have been given. The first is a change in the housing market and the second is the widespread concern
Petition started by Jeffrey Harris (Tadworth and Walton Residents Association) This ePetition runs from 23/08/2021 to 16/10/2021. We the undersigned petition Surrey County Council to implement an Average Speed Camera Process for the length of Dorking Road, B2032, from Tadworth Roundabout to the M25 Bridge. A total length of 1 mile/1.6 km. This Petition to
DO YOU know our local shops are under threat from a new development on the station site in Kingswood? A development plan now before Reigate and Banstead Borough Council includes a large Co-op convenience store on the site. The store would be much bigger than anything in the village and poses a direct threat to
Kingswood NSPCC invite you to their quiz night back in Kingswood Village Hall on Saturday 25th September. Come along and test your brains in our first non-zoom quiz this year! Teams are up to 8 people, £20 per person to include a fish and chip supper. To book a table or for more information email
With the government’s announcement about further relaxations in Covid restrictions from Monday 19 July, the KSN Steering Group (Valerie Evans, Juliet Quartermain, Janine Connick and Bob Gunn) has decided to put The Kingswood Safety Net into hibernation. This decision has also been influenced by the fact that, for the past few months there have been
The A217 Southbound will be closed overnight for 12 nights (8 pm – 6 am) starting on Tuesday, 13 July. Please avoid the area by going via Tadworth or Outwood Lane. The roadway is to be re-surfaced. For more information please click here Mike Gibson Roads & Transport Kingswood Residents Association
Kingswood NSPCC invites you to join us for our Open Garden Afternoon Tea on Friday 16th July from 2pm to 4pm. Come along and have a stroll around Sarah’s beautiful garden and enjoy a cup of tea, maybe treat yourself to a slice of home made cake and support the NSPCC with much needed funds.
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 email@example.com 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