TWOAT News – Late September 2016

Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust received news in late August that rebuilding and repair work had just been completed on the earthquake damaged school that they support in Nepal ready for the new school term. The building materials used for this were entirely funded using over £11,000 raised in Tadworth, Walton & Kingswood following […] Continue reading →

Pack of Lies – by Hugh Whitemore

KADDS invites you to Pack of Lies – by Hugh Whitemore from Thursday 27th – Saturday 29th October at 8pm in Kingswood Village Hall.  This play, being performed by KADDS, represents a departure from our usual offerings, being drawn from real life. Those of you who are old enough will remember well the sensational events of the Portland Spy […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – September 2016

Late summer in your garden – several garden designs to choose from. By Sarah Wilson By late September many of our gardens are looking a bit tired and it is quite tempting to just carry out a mass “tidy up” and wait for spring to bring the colour back into the garden. There are however […] Continue reading →

Sad Passing of Kingswood Councillor Mrs. Joan Spiers.

Joan Spiers Residents will have no doubt learned already that Joan Spiers died last week. The various obituaries in the local press have described her long and very impressive career in local politics, serving as a local Councillor from 1984, with two terms as Leader of the Council and as Mayor in 2015. The newspapers […] Continue reading →

Heritage Open Days

HERITAGE OPEN DAYS St Andrew’s Church, Kingswood, and The Wisdom of God, Lower Kingswood will be open to visitors on SATURDAY, 10 SEPTEMBER 10am – 4pm AND SUNDAY, 11 SEPTEMBER 1pm – 4pm All welcome Continue reading →

TWOAT News – September 2016

Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust took £230 selling Teas, Cakes and Ice Cream when over 100 people visited the garden at 41 Shelvers Way in bright sunshine on July 24 while it was opened by Keith & Elizabeth Lewis as part of the National Garden Scheme. The next fund raising event for TWOAT will […] Continue reading →

Visit to Stowe – Thursday 8th September

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 →