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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
Sadly, restrictions imposed by Covid-19 pandemic mean there will be no Remembrance Parade in Banstead. The Royal British Legion relies on Remembrance Day collections for work with those serving in our armed forces, past and present. The KRA will be displaying 60 Large Poppies on the Kingswood stretch of the A217, Tadworth Roundabout and the
Dear Residents Covid-19 – It would be quite wrong of me not to again highlight the dreadful disease which has affected so many, and even more will suffer lasting effects after recovery. I can only send them my best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. There is a lot of information available and sadly,
Kingswood NSPCC Zoom Quiz Night – Saturday 10th October Knowing how much the Kingswood residents have enjoyed our Quiz nights in the Village Hall over the past few years, we wanted to continue the fun by running a virtual quiz. We are looking for supporters to make up a team of 6 (in accordance with
Share a Marathon! with a group of family and friends over London Marathon weekend. The Kingswood Supporter Group has been fundraising for The Children’s Trust for over 20 years. Our annual Spring Lunch was unable to go ahead, so instead we are getting teams of up to six people together to complete a marathon, over
Starting on Monday, 21 September, Kelly Communications, on behalf of BT Openreach, will be drawing the new cables through the existing ducting in Waterhouse Lane, starting from the box at the junction with the A217. They will need to have a rolling closure of the road as they work through the cutting. Access to properties
Dear Residents As I write this the Summer is having one last encore and showing what an ‘Indian summer’ looks and feels like. Unlike the weather we suffered just a few weeks ago…. Covid-19 is still gripping us all, and although some of the messages change, it’s the simple things that will limit the disease
We should see the A217 fully open southbound by the end of Sunday. Please see the attached letter received from our colleagues in Surrey Highways. Click here to see letter from SCC Highways Dept. However, the not so good news that everyone needs to be aware of is the start of the works on the A217
Reigate Hill Closure Southbound for 14 Weeks Reigate Hill will be closed Southbound for 14 weeks to replace the temporary crash barrier with a permanent one. On Saturday & Sunday nights (5/6 September), between 8pm & 6am, the road will be closed in both directions between M25 Junction 8 and Raglan Road. This is to
Dear All, You will have noticed that work started to investigate and repair the voids in the A217 at Burgh Heath. SCC Highways Officers delivered the attached letter, which explains some of the issues. Additionally the attached photograph gives just a little idea of what the engineers are facing. When this was taken the extent
Last Thursday saw unprecedented rainfall in our area with estimates of a months rain in just 6 hours. Whatever the figures, I’ve never known it so bad in such a short period of time. I’ve reports of 6 ‘sinkholes’ appearing in the last week in our area alone, with three just in Tadworth Park, others
Many residents would like to do more, so I’ll start there How can I get more involved……….? As I write this the weather has truly turned on us and the long-awaited rain is bucketing down. But the gardeners will be very happy. (I’m one!) Dog walkers may not be so..(I’m also one!) As always happens
15th August 2020 The men who fought in South East Asia during World War II have often been referred to as the Forgotten Army. On this 75th anniversary of VJ Day it seemed appropriate to remember the men of Kingswood and Lower Kingswood who gave their lives in that neglected theatre of war. The general