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

Important Update – Major Roadworks M25 Jctn 8 – A217

The KRA having received the update below, asked Cllr Jeff Harris if a commencement date has been scheduled and has been advised that the works on the logistics site will start in the New Year, with the rest following on. M25 Junction 8 – A217 Major Roadworks – Update for Residents On Friday 4th October

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Sparkling Autumn Dinner & “Fizz tasting”

The Kingswood NSPCC committee would like to invite you to our Sparkling Autumn Dinner & “Fizz tasting” on Saturday 23rd November in No12 in Kingswood Village. Come along and enjoy a delicious 3 course meal with various Proseccos and Champagnes to taste and compare in our fun quiz. Tickets are £65 per person. Please contact

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KADDS comedy – Murder in Play

Tickets are now on sale online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/kadds or at The Village Store, Waterhouse Lane. Thursday 31st October – Saturday 2nd November. Tickets £10 Adult, £5 child – more information below.

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Important Update on Epsom & St. Helier Hospital Trust

The KRA has just received this press release: “£500million DHSC FUNDING ANNOUNCED FOR EPSOM & ST HELIER HOSPITALS TRUST” . As this is of interest to our members, we are sharing this with you as follows: CRISPIN BLUNT MP PRESS STATEMENT – 29 September 2019 Crispin Blunt delighted at DHSC decision to fund new Epsom

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Update on IVG’s Planning Application for proposed Retirement Village

Dear Residents, Update from KRA Working Group on IVG’s Planning Application for the proposed Retirement Village The KRA Working Group has had an extremely busy few months preparing the letter to R&BBC in response to the IVG Planning Application for the proposed Retirement Village. Please click here to view the KRA letter, which was issued to

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Atlantis Concert for ’The Friends of the Children’s Trust’

Atlantis, the Kingswood-based band which played a brilliant, sell-out concert in July, are back at the Village Hall again on Saturday 19 October! This time they are playing “The Soundtrack of Your Lives”, a charity concert to support The Friends of the Children’s Trust. You’ll have a great night out singing along to the songs

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TWOAT Teas & Talks – in Kingswood Village Hall

TWOAT, the Tadworth and Walton Overseas Aid Trust http://twoat.org/ is a small, very local charity which raises money to support small, self-help projects in some of the poorest parts of the world. Although “Kingswood” doesn’t appear in its name, this is only because they couldn’t work out a pronounceable acronym! TWOAT is putting on one

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Village Voice competition for Kingswood Wines

Only a few days left to win a bottle of Taittinger Champagne! There was something different about the 150th edition of Village Voice which you received at the beginning of September. There were a number of little 150th logos scattered throughout the edition, some in articles, some in advertisements. But how many? Kuda, the proprietor

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A217 Milestone Uncovered

Ever since The Children’s Trust cut back the row of trees adjacent to the A217, a Milestone was uncovered. Pia Chamberlain (our Local Kingswood Historian and Author of History and Archive on the KRA website) was asked to research this and let us know its provenance and meaning. The following is her fascinating report. The

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Kingswood Railway Bridge & Traffic Lights – Update

Dear members I have been in almost daily contact with Surrey Highways since before work started. Firstly the reason for the lights. A recent survey of the structure has revealed that the maximum loading should be 40 tonnes. As the heaviest lorries can be slightly over that, but we do not get the very heaviest,

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TWOAT News – August 2019

TWOAT is delighted to report that the Auction of Promises raised well over £4,000 – many thanks if you were a bidder or donor. Please note that the Barbecue previously planned to be held in aid of TWOAT in Roger Ponsford’s garden in Walton on Sunday September 8th has had to be cancelled. Instead we

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Kingswood Gardens – the box caterpillar

Tackling the box caterpillar invasion by Sarah Wilson In May this year I began to hear from gardeners in Kingswood, Ashtead and Banstead about the devastation caused to their box hedges and topiary by the box caterpillar. One friend reported that her hedge was alive with caterpillars and she was picking them off in the

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