Shakespeare The Quarter Centenary at The Wisdom of God

You are invited to an evening on Saturday 23rd April at 7.30pm at the Wisdom of God, Lower Kingswood, to commemorate William Shakespeare, universally recognised as the world’s greatest playwright, who died on 23rd April 1616. The 400th anniversary of that event is being widely marked. Tickets are £7 (available on the door) and include a glass […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – April 2016

TROUBLE-FREE TULIPS By Sarah Wilson   Traditionally there have been two types of gardeners – those who love planting tulips and those who just can’t be bothered! Recently there have been more species of tulip available and many gardeners are now converted to the “trouble free tulips ” and look forward to having tulips flowering […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Tennis Club – St Georges Day Talk & Supper

Talk & Supper on Saturday 23rd April at 7.30pm Kingswood Tennis Club have a fascinating Talk and Supper evening planned for St George’s Day, Saturday 23rd April. The talk is entitled “The Invasions of England as Reflected in the English Language” and is presented by Peter Lovett, an experienced and popular public speaker. More details […] Continue reading →

New Village Notice Board

The Kingswood Village Community Association (KVCA) has erected a new noticeboard in Waterhouse Lane outside Symphony Travel, replacing the three smaller boards which had fallen into disrepair after years of service. The new board is intended for notices from the KVCA, the KRA and other Kingswood Village community groups and local charities. It is not […] Continue reading →

Bonsor Drive Repairs and Resurfacing

Please be aware that Bonsor Drive is due to be closed in both directions on Easter Monday from 7am to 5pm. This is for repairs and resurfacing. As this is a Bank Holiday it should cause the minimum of disruption. Happy Easter Mike Gibson Roads & Transport KRA Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – March 2016

Garden thugs and prolific self- seeders. By Sarah Wilson                   Easter is nearly here and Kingswood is certainly a mass of beautiful daffodils – “fields of hope” on the Tadworth roundabout, a swathe on the grass bank opposite the shops, in the hanging baskets at the Kingswood […] Continue reading →