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
Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust’s big event this Spring was a St George’s Day Celebration on Saturday April 23rd. This was staged in the Good Shepherd Hall in conjunction with members from St Cecilia’s Chorus who led the singing of some well-known British songs whilst attendees also enjoyed Bangers & Mash and Fruit Crumbles.
Kingswood Big Band is a 17-piece jazz band that rehearses weekly in the Kingswood Village Club. We play jazz music, mainly in the style of traditional big band music, written by composers such as Sammy Nestico and Neal Hefti. Bill Geldard, our musical director, has played the trombone in the RAF Central Band, before being
May – a time for blossom in the garden. By Sarah Wilson April was a riot of yellow and blue in the gardens and woodlands around Kingswood – the daffodils and bluebells, although battered by wind and rain, gave us a sense of spring which was followed in early May with a splendid offering of
KADDS invites you to Death by Fatal Murder – a comedy by Peter Gordon from Thursday 2nd – Saturday 4th June at 8pm in Kingswood Village Hall. Tickets are £10 and are available from Londis, Waterhouse Lane and Kingswood News, Buckland Road or online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/kadds
The Kingswood Parish Events Committee is organising a trip to Stratfield Saye, in Hampshire, on Tuesday 7th June. Stratfield Saye House was the country seat of the First Duke of Wellington, the hero of Waterloo. It is on a much more modest scale than Apsley House, his London residence, and contains a fascinating collection of
For the 30th year, Tadworth Court will house a temporary exhibition and sale showcasing pieces by artists from across the South East on Friday 29th April to Sunday 1st May 2016. The event, organised by The Friends of The Children’s Trust will raise money for children at The Children’s Trust. Friday 29th April – 6pm until
The Wilson family at Shieling, The Warren, Kingswood KT20 6PQ will be opening their garden again this year as part of the National Gardens Scheme Open Gardens and invite you, your family, friends and neighbours to join them for a drink or a cup of coffee and cake. 1) Monday 2 May, 2-4pm 2) Saturday
You are invited to the KVCA & KADDS Annual General Meeting and Fish & Chip Supper on Tuesday 19th April 2016 at 7.30pm in the Village Hall, Kingswood. Tickets are £9 each, are strictly limited and must be bought in advance. Please see below for more information
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
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
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
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
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