As part of our ongoing Neighbourhood Plan endeavours to create better walking and cycling routes for the area, we have put in a bid for a way-marked family friendly walking route and separate ‘there and back’ cycle route from Limpsfield Chart to Limpsfield Village.
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Our Limpsfield Village Conservation Area Assessment & Management Plan initial period of consultation comes to an end this Friday, 27th November. Don’t forget to let us know your thoughts by then…
We are very happy to report that following previous communication about the implementation of an Appraisal and Management Plan for the Limpsfield Village Conservation Area, this project is now underway.
Please be aware that the railway crossing section of footpath 68 in Limpsfield, that runs from Grants Lane through the fields and out near Orchard Farm at Red Lane, will be closed until 30 November 2020 for repairs to the bridge.
Surrey County Council advise the use of the adjacent footpath 67 instead. This runs from Grants Lane just opposite Itchingwood Common Road to Red Lane.
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As part of our ongoing campaign to help protect our most precious community assets and ensure they can continue to serve the community for years to come, Limpsfield’s Memorial Stores has now been officially registered as an Asset of Community Value.
We are very happy to say that our application to register The Carpenters Arms, Limpsfield Chart as an Asset of Community Value has just been approved by Tandridge District Council.
Frustrated by slow or no broadband?
Internet speed and lack of cable internet in the Limpsfield area has been an issue for a number of years, due to lack of infrastructure and poor aerial reception due to the North Downs. However, local not-for-profit internet company, AirFast.net can now provide a SUPERFAST internet service to Limpsfield residents.
If you’re a regular walker or rider around the Limpsfield / Titsey area you will probably have had to tiptoe around the edge of Pitchfont bridleway on numerous occasions, as in the winter months or after heavy rain, it turns into a mire at the end of the lane by Titsey Road.