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
If you are a newcomer to the Kingswood, Walton and Tadworth area and are looking for opportunities to meet people and participate in local activities or maybe someone who has lived locally for years and would like to try something new, please give a thought to your local flower club. Why not find out more
A number of people have asked if it is possible to show the delightful film “PADDINGTON 2” at the Village Hall. It is! We have arranged a matinee performance at 2.15pm on Saturday 14 April. So real film buffs can now make it a day at the movies! See “PADDINGTON 2” in the afternoon, enjoy
John Allinson MBE The Thanksgiving Service for John Allinson (24/9/34 – 12/2/18) was held at The Church of the Good Shepherd on February 28th and was conducted by Revd. Sharon Blain who had known John since 1975 when he, his wife Deb and his family had moved to Tadworth and he became a church member.
Dear Parents and Players, During the Easter break, we will be running two weeks of holiday camps for our junior players at Kingswood Lawn Tennis Club. You can find full details and how to enrol your child/children on the flyer below or by emailing on firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on 07919453206. Places are limited so
The Kingswood NSPCC Committee invite you to a Quiz Night with Fish and Chip Supper on Saturday 28th April 2018. Further details below. For tickets please contact Lori Kerr
Please see below information from the Kingswood Residents’ Association regarding the use of WhatsApp in relation to security. One of the security measures which our recent survey showed to be of fairly universal interest was the formation of local WhatsApp Groups. We have been asked by residents how best to set up a Group for
Introducing native plants into your garden. By Sarah Wilson In Kingwood we are fortunate to live in an area surrounded by native woodland and we have many remnants of the historic landscape of the medieval Kingswood in our gardens. In local deciduous woodland there is birch, beech, hazel, ash and hawthorn – all trees which
The audience at the February showing of Viceroy’s House was a bit small, but Curzon have some blockbuster films lined up for the next 3 months. Saturday 10 March: Darkest Hour (BAFTA Best Actor winner Gary Oldman) Saturday 14 April: The Shape of Water (winner of 3 BAFTAs) Saturday 26 May: Goodbye Christopher Robin (witty
Security Questionnaire You will recall that following all the recent burglaries, we issued a questionnaire about communal security options before Christmas. To date we have received 73 responses from which it can be seen that whilst there is clearly a high level of concern about security in some areas of the village, in other parts,
Our MP, Crispin Blunt, will be joining Councillor Rod Ashford at the Waterhouse Café, Kingswood on Saturday 21st April between 10 am and 12 noon. Rod is re-standing as our local councillor. Please do come along with any questions you may have, or just pop in to say hello. Richard Lewis (Kingswood Conservatives)
On Saturday 10th March, Elizabeth Searle (Soprano), Tom Dixon (Alto) and Tim Muggeridge (Continuo) will perform Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at The Wisdom of God, Buckland Road, Lower Kingswood. The evening starts at 6pm. Tickets £10 on the door to include glass of wine/soft drink. This event is organised by The Parish of Kingswood.
For the premiere of KADDS exciting production of ‘Wind in the Willows’ at the Kingswood Village Hall on Thursday 15th February, there will be a Gala Dinner at No 12 Restaurant, Waterhouse Lane, Kingswood starting at 5.30pm-6pm. Dress in style, or in character, and come along to enjoy a glass of Prosecco and a special
A message from Mike Fox: “You may have seen a report last summer that Tadworth resident John Allinson had been awarded an MBE for his work for good causes and in particular for helping to create Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust (TWOAT) for which he became the first Chairman over thirty years ago. Sadly