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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
Kingswood Safety Net in June AS THE Covid-19 restrictions are gradually being eased, some aspects of the Kingswood Safety Net (KSN) will change but we will still be ready to help those who need it in the village, especially if there is a second wave of the coronavirus. Here is a summary of where we
News from Tadworth & Walton Overseas Aid Trust We have now held two committee meeting since the start of the lockdown by means of a video conference. Reports indicate that some of the schools we support had to shut down by government decrees which were largely based on the situation in their country’s capital. We
An announcement was made last night by Cllr Mark Brunt, Leader of Reigate and Banstead Council, that the brown bin garden waste collections will be reinstated as of week commencing 22nd June. The attached link is the interview of Cllr Brunt, which gives an explanation on why this was suspended and also the grass verges
A message from Jeff Harris, Surrey County Councillor Dear Residents I thought I would give everyone a quick update relating to Community Re-cycling Centres (CRC’s)and an announcement from Reigate and Banstead Borough Council about Green Waste Collections. Both Epsom and Earlswood will be open SEVEN days a week, and from 9am – 6pm, initially.……..BUT It
Please see below road closure information from Surrey Highways. There will be road closures Monday – Wednesday 10 pm – 6 am while anti-skid road dressing is applied to the approaches to the Chipstead Lane (Clock Tower) roundabout. The section to be closed will be from Warren Lodge Drive to Beechen Lane. Mike Gibson Improving
A message from Jeff Harris, Surrey County Councillor Dear Residents, I refrained from writing over the past week or so as there wasn’t too much to say, but like buses, several things came along at the same time.. Some of the following relates directly to coronavirus, but I thought I’d add a couple of (what
Bank Holiday Monday 25th May 1pm to 3pm at Shieling, The Warren KT20 6PQ Sarah & Robin Wilson have worked out a way in which they can safely open their Shieling garden to visitors who have been missing garden visits during the Covid19 lockdown. And they are combining this with the chance to pick up
8th May 2020 Our Borough Councillors – Simon Parnall, Caroline Neame and Tim Archer, marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day by laying a wreath and standing in silence at the War Memorial at St. Andrew’s Church in Kingswood. Simon Parnall said, ‘We are utterly indebted to all who gave their lives that we might
Kingswood Village Store – 01737 362989 Although KVS is normally closed on Bank Holidays, in response to requests from many of its customers Kartik and Sonal have decided to open until noon on Friday 8 May. Newspapers, Post Office and Store as usual. Kingswood Wines – 01737 360264 Normal opening hours of 12 noon until
Fire Watching at St Andrew’s A fascinating record of wartime Kingswood has recently come to light quite by chance in the archive cupboard of St. Andrew’s Church. It looked at first sight like just another parish accounts book. On closer inspection, however, it turned out to be the logbook of the St. Andrew’s fire watchers
Sadly, all the events planned countrywide to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day this weekend have had to be cancelled due to circumstances. Our own presentation and tea party at the Village Hall this Saturday have been put on hold as well, but will definitely take place at a later date, when it is
A message from Jeff Harris, Surrey County Councillor Dear Residents, I thought I would give everyone a quick update relating to Community Re-cycling Centres (CRC’s) and an announcement from Reigate and Banstead Borough Council about Green Waste Collections. Firstly, for those who use them the Surrey County Council CRC’s will open next Monday 11th –
75th Anniversary of VE Day Friday 8th May marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe and is a public holiday, although for many under the current lockdown that will make little difference! There had been plans to mark this day with a special celebratory event and historical presentation