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
I’ll be writing to everyone in a couple of days with my last Councillors Report of 2020 -What a year!! Memorable for too many wrong reasons. There is so much information about at the moment so I thought I would share the charts below, as being the most up to date information I can find.
Supporting SE Surrey NSPCC, Childline and NSPCC Schools Service Due to the Coronavirus pandemic fundraising committees around the country had to either cancel events or come up with alternative ways to raise much needed funds. This has led to a dramatic reduction in monies raised. At the same time contact to NSPCC Childline from vulnerable
Who doesn’t love going on a Bear Hunt and if you join our NSPCC Bear Hunt on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th November you can help raise much need funds for the charity to enable them to “Be there for children this Christmas.” To join the hunt contact Lori Kerr: firstname.lastname@example.org Pay £10 per Family
News from Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust We are pleased to report that the second of the two John Allinson Memorial Walks, which was delayed to Oct 23rd due to Storm Alex, was successful in attracting over 20 participants who split into 4 groups for a walk from Epsom Race Course to the Langley
The KRA has recently formed a Sub-Committee on Planning Policy. Its primary objectives are to interact with our residents, advise the KRA on national and local planning policy issues and to help preserve and enhance the lovely area in which we live. In August 2020, the Government published a White Paper “Planning for the Future”.
A summary of Divali in Kingswood by Dr Brijesh and Dr Anjana Patel Diwali is a five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. Although for each faith it marks different historical events and stories, there is a common belief that it represents the festival of new beginnings
Dig out your crazy Christmas hats and jumpers (optional) and start your Christmas celebrations with our NSPCC Christmas Quiz and help raise much needed funds for the NSPCC. Once we are aware of the post lockdown regulations, please advise us of your final numbers and forward payment. We will need the email addresses of the
Dear Resident, I will be publishing a separate Councillors Report in the next day or so, but thought it prudent to send out the latest ‘Can/Can’t‘ do list of activities during this lockdown The lockdown began on Thursday 5th November and lasts until Wednesday 2nd December. The rules are a little less restrictive than they
Remembrance Sunday will be different this year, with no formal parades and ceremonies, but please – Lest We Forget – we owe a huge debt to our service personnel over the years. Should you wish to donate to this years Poppy appeal, visit the Royal British Legion website. To commemorate Remembrance Day 2020, we hope
The Kingswood Residents Association would like to pass on the following information, recently received from Surrey Police. We are warning anyone with significant amounts of jewellery at home to consider their security, as officers release a heat map of areas believed to be the target of organised criminals searching for high value gold. We believe
With new restrictions to control coronavirus in this area, the Kingswood Safety Net is still here to help residents who need it. Advice to All Residents Follow official UK government advice at www.gov.uk/coronavirus Surrey County advice is at www.surreycc.gov.uk Reigate & Banstead advice is at www.reigate-banstead.gov.uk If you are able to do so, arrange for
Kingswood mums have created The Kingswood Trick or Treat Trail – A Spooktakular Halloween Adventure Everyone is starting from their own house/road so we won’t all be walking together – A general start time was suggested of 4.30pm so we can hopefully see a few other children dressed up along the way! Some families are
One of our resident’s with young children has proposed a “Kingswood Halloween Trail” for the children, in place of traditional Trick or Treating for 31st October. To ensure it’s covid safe, the idea is that small groups of 6 will walk the trail together to spot the pumpkins along the route and once spotted, their
No 12 Restaurant have kindly donated a meal for 2 to help the work of TWOAT, our local overseas aid charity. The meal is being offered in TWOAT’s online auction at 2020 TWOAT Auction or you can contact Bob Gunn who is happy to place a bid for you. Michele and the friendly team at No 12