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‘Village Diary’ Archives

Free Children’s Activities:

SUMMER AT East Surrey Museum Victorian Decoupage: 27th July & 18th August Make a Suncatcher: 28th July Karl Lee the Flintknapper: 6th August How to make a Stone Age Pot: 10th & 17th August Treasure Trail: 11th August Science Day:  20th August All these activities are free but please ring or email the Museum in advance [...]

Bletchingley Bowls Club – Play Bowls Open Day

12th May 2013 Starts at: 14:00 - 18:00 Bletchingley Bowls Club, Grange Meadow, Bletchingley, On the A25 opposite  RH1 4PE Cost: Free of charge - refreshments will be provided Bletchingley Bowls Club is hosting a "Play Bowls Open Day" on Sunday 12th May when anyone from teenagers to pensioners including those with a disability can try the [...]

Classical Summer Evening

Classical Summer Evening

Classical music in the grounds of Chalet, Tupwood lane, Caterham. Elgar - Ravel - Chopin - Vaughan-Williams - Bridge - Greshwin - Mozart Grand Open 2pm Entertainment from 4pm Concert 7.30 - 10.30pm.   Tickets Adults - £20, Students - £12, Children 5-16 - £12, Under 5 -  free Booking office number: 01483 444 334 Email [...]

Bletchingley in Bloom work party

Bletchingley in Bloom work party

The next Bletchingley in Bloom work party is on Saturday 9th July.  All new and existing In Bloomers are received with great enthusiasm.  Phone 01883 743171 for extra encouragement.

Bletchingley Village Fair

Bletchingley Village Fair

  26th June 2011 from 12.30 - 17.00.   Attractions include Strong Man, Reptiles, Falconry, Oxted Band, Punch & Judy, Bletchingley Community Choir, May Queen Procession, Bungee Trampoline, St. Catherine's School and the Children's Art/Poetry/Photographic Competition plus the BBQ, teas and beer tent and the Tug of War with our brand new [...]

Bletchingley Mothers and Toddler Group

Every Monday 9.30am to 11.30am in Bletchingley Community Centre

Personal Safety Talk

Personal Safety Talk

Most of us are complacent about personal safety.  The average attack lasts 7 SECONDS. How do you use a personal alarm effectively? What makes you a potential victim of crime? What would you do if you think you are being followed? What action can you take to minimise risk whilst travelling? What could you do in a road rage [...]

St Mary’s Festival Weekend

St Mary’s Festival Weekend

Friday 20th May 7.00pm Official Opening Richard Stilgoe will officially open our Flower Festival. There will be a Welcome Reception with drinks and canapés. Poetry readings, chosen from those illustrated by the flower displays, will be read by members of our congregation and Richard will entertain us with a few of his own poems.  Tickets £5 [...]

Village Tea Party

Village Tea Party

To celebrate the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton  in the Churchyard (or the Village Hall if it is wet) from 4pm on 29th April 2011          Timetable 4pm -  Fancy Hat Parade  There will be a fancy hat competition. You are invited to decorate a hat to wear to the Royal Wedding. There will be prizes for different age [...]

Elvis & Harley’s Riding into Godstone – Alzheimer’s Society Memory Walk

Come & support the local services of the Alzheimer's Society by joining in the sponsored Memory Walk on Sunday, 18 September at Godstone Green. The walk commences at 11.30am. The Hogsback Chapter of the Harley Davidson bikers will start the walkers off. You can choose either a 5 mile walk or an easier 2½ mile walk through the Surrey Hills [...]

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