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.
Do you know about trees, conservation and land management? Or know someone who does? The National Trust is looking for an experienced Area Ranger to join their team and help look after our wonderful Limpsfield Common.
The Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) wants to hear views and experiences of consumers’ broadband connectivity in rural and remote areas of the UK. There is currently an online survey which forms part of a consultation about the issue.
Given much of the Limpsfield parish area is rural and there are certainly broadband and mobile signal issues in the rural areas, Limpsfield Chart etc, it would be useful if you could take the online survey using the link below (of course you need to be able to get onto the internet to do this… hmmm…could be a flaw 😉 )
Deadline is 11:45pm on 11 June 2021
We are incredibly lucky to live in an area of outstanding natural beauty with some diverse and beautiful nature on our doorstep, to be enjoyed by all ages. The Friends of Limpsfield Common, working together with the National Trust, are the volunteer custodians of this fabulous area in the heart of the Limpsfield Parish, and asked us to pass on these words to you…
The last year has taken its toll on everyone in different ways, and many people have been struggling with all sorts of issues both at home and at work. South Tandridge Primary Care Network now offers a free Wellbeing Prescription Service to help people with their mental health.
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…
Does your charity or local community group have a great idea for a health & wellbeing project? Applications for the Tandridge Community Fund – grants of up to £2,000 – close 27 November.