Kingswood Lawn Tennis Club – Open Days

Please find below details of OPEN DAYS at Kingswood Lawn Tennis Club on Sunday 19 March AND Sunday 2 April from 2-4pm, together with details about the club. I would encourage you all to take the opportunity to find out more about the exciting changes that have been happening in recent months. Joel Wormald For further […] Continue reading →

The Kingswood Big Band Jazz Concert

Invitation to a Big Band Jazz Concert – Monday 10 April at 2pm – Kingswood Village Hall The KVCA is delighted to announce that the Kingswood Big Band Legends will play another concert in the Village Hall this April. Their previous concert in 2015 was a sell-out.  Don’t miss them this time! Tickets at £12 are […] Continue reading →

TWOAT News – February 2017

Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust is delighted to report that its Quiz Evening, kindly hosted by Christchurch in their hall, raised around £500 to help support their projects. TWOAT will be running its Spring Fashion Show in conjunction with the Friends of Walton Primary School during the evening of Thursday, March 9th in the […] Continue reading →

Alice the Panto amended dates

Unfortunately the Wednesday evening performance of Alice the Panto has had to be cancelled. Performances will now be held on: Thursday 16th-Saturday 18th at 7.30pm with a matinee on Saturday 18th at 2.30pm We apologise if this disappoints anyone who was planning to come on the Wednesday. Tickets available from : Londis, Waterhouse Lane, Kingswood […] Continue reading →

Surrey Police – Burglary update

The KRA has just received the following advice from Surrey Police and we pass this on to you now. There have been a number of burglaries in the Banstead, Tadworth and Kingswood areas. The one on 3rd February in Kingswood was committed during the day and access made through a ground floor window. No one […] Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – February 2017

February – the muddiest month! By Sarah Wilson Each month I try to take a picture of something that is looking lovely in my garden – yesterday it was a sea of mud with very few bright spots but much optimism for spring as the Narcissi, snowdrops, Hellebores, Rhododendrons and Camellias are laden with plump […] Continue reading →

Wonderland is in the news!

“Apparently you follow the rabbit down the hole and you emerge in a wonderland,…“No doubt somewhere there is a Hatter holding a tea party with a dormouse.” So said Kenneth Clarke MP in the ‘Brexit’ debate in the House of Commons on 31st January. Well now you have the chance to find out if this […] Continue reading →