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Village Fair Annual Race Night

Village Fair Annual Race Night

A fun way of having a good time whilst at the same time raising money for a good local cause. The date is 29th February at 7pm. The ticket price is £15.00/person  - which includes a choice of fish, chicken or vege-burge and chip meal and a glass of bubbly. Licenced Bar. 8 races and a raffle. Please publicize this event amongst your family and [...]

Bletchingley Horticultural Society meeting

Bletchingley Horticultural Society meeting

We hope you are all enjoying the wonderful daffodils gracing our village verges. The speaker at our March meeting on Thursday 26th of March is John Goddard who will talk to us about Daffodils and Narcissus - Growing and Showing. John is a grower of some repute and a successful exhibitor. Everyone is welcome to our meetings which take place at 8pm [...]

Blechingley Conservation & Historical Society meeting

The March meeting will be "Tales of the Caves" on Thursday 12th of March at 8pm in the Village Hall. Peter Burgess of the Wealden Cave & Mine Society, will talk about the underground quarries and sand mines between Reigate and Godstone, focussing on stories and anecdotes largely derived from newspaper stories going back to the 18th [...]

Bletchingley Community Choir welcomes new members

Are you looking for a new experience for the start of a new decade - Have you thought about taking up singing or maybe you have sung in the past and would like to get back into it. There are no auditions and you do not have to read music to be in our choir. We are always pleased to welcome new members of all ages and experience. We meet every [...]

The Hawthorn’s Annual Christmas carol service

The Hawthorn’s Annual Christmas carol service

The Hawthorn's School are holding their Annual Christmas carol service for pupils and their parents on Monday the 16th and Tuesday the 17th December at 6:30pm at St. Mary's Church.      

Hungry Hermit Big Breakfast in aid of Crisis

The Hungry Hermit, our Village Café will be open on Tuesdays December 3rd, 10th and 17th as usual – from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm.   It will be closed on the 24th and 31st.    Please do try and visit the café – especially on the 17th December when we will be celebrating Christmas – a time to invite friends and neighbours for coffee and [...]

General election – Don’t forget to vote.

On Thursday 12 December voters will go to the polls to elect their Member of Parliament in the general election. The deadline to register to vote is midnight on Tuesday 26 November. Anyone not registered to vote at their current address can register online at www.gov.uk/registertovote. Voting by post If you will be unable to cast your vote in [...]

Nativity & Christingle Service

Nativity & Christingle Service

Christmas Eve, Tuesday 24th December 3pm. Everyone welcome!. Children can come dressed as Mary, Joseph, an angel, king, lamb, shepherd or other suitable attire. There will be a collection for The Children's Society. Everyone welcome.  

Road Works on Pendell Road / Little Common Lane Crossroad

On the 18th of November, anti-skid road surface will be installed on the Pendell Road/Little Common Lane Crossroad in order to seek to reduce road accidents at this junction. For 4 nights, the junction will be closed between the hours of 8pm and 5am. See attached leaflet for further information. Pendell Road Little Common Lane cross roads, [...]

Bring and Share Lunch

Bring and Share Lunch

Everyone is invited to a Bring and Share lunch in the Village Hall on Sunday November 10th following the Remembrance Service Commemorations at the War Memorial and in St Mary’s church. Please bring a plate of food to share, together with your favourite drink. Glasses, plates etc will be provided. Do hope you can join us. Valerie M (PCC [...]

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