TWOAT News – September 2018

Tadworth and Walton Overseas Aid Trust received lovely photos of children appreciating their gift from a school for refugees from Myanmar which was helped to start giving their 150 pupils a school lunch. They had never previously been able to provide a lunch so they used part of TWOAT’s donation to acquire cooking and eating […] Continue reading →

KADDs Play – Beyond a Joke by Derek Benfield

BEYOND A JOKE People have a habit of dying at Jane and Andrew’s country house! When their daughter Sally brings her new man, Geoff, home he mistakenly gets the idea that there is something more sinister than just mere accidents going on.  Confusion and hysteria result when the vicar passes away and Jane and Andrew […] Continue reading →

Barn Dance – Saturday 6th October

Friends of Surrey NSPCC are pleased to invite you to their Barn Dance on Saturday 6th October. Dig out your dancing shoes and come along to The Lord Riddell Memorial Hall and ‘Dozy on down’ to a live band. 7.30pm to 11pm – Tickets £20 to include a fish and chip supper More information below. Continue reading →

Swing into Christmas!

Kingswood NSPCC are pleased to invite you Swing into Christmas at No 12, Kingswood Village on Saturday 24th November. Enjoy a 3 course dinner followed by a chance to dance the night away to live music from Wayne Woodward (Finalist of Britain’s Got Talent 2016) Starting at 7.30pm – £55 per person. More information below. Continue reading →

Kingswood Gardening News – July 2018

Drought resistant plants By Sarah Wilson My last newsletter was written after weeks of rain, following a very cold winter, both of which had left us with much to do to get the garden “summer ready”. Now we have had weeks of really hot weather and not a drop of rain so our gardens are […] Continue reading →

Do Not Split Kingswood – Boundary Commission Proposals

Boundary Commission Proposals for Kingswood As you may be aware, the Boundary Commission (BC) is revising the ward boundaries throughout the country making adjustments to achieve a more even number of voters in each ward. This exercise is undertaken from time to time to adjust for population changes. In the course of making any changes, […] Continue reading →

Boundary Commission proposals for Kingswood

As you may already be aware, the Boundary Commission (which operates entirely independently of our Councillors) has been reviewing the local wards in the area as apparently there is more of an imbalance in resident numbers between wards than is desirable. The objective is to examine whether by adjusting ward boundaries, the number of residents […] Continue reading →