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LIMPSFIELD ANNUAL PARISH MEETING 25th April 2024 at 7.30pm St Peter’s Church Hall, Limpsfield Village *** AGENDA 1. Apologies for absence 2. Minutes of last meeting 3. Welcome from the Chairman (Cllr Thomas Briggs) 4. Parish Council Reports & Projects updates 5. Biodiversity Plan (Cllr Ann Osborn with Conor McNeil, National Trust) 6. Questions from the floor Refreshments will be served after the meeting. All enquiries to the Clerk – clerk@limpsfield.org / 07514 011355 See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Limpsfield Parish Council
There is currently a service outage in some parts of Limpsfield – we think this is due to the theft of a large amount of copper wire (from the phone line system) from Limpsfield Village in the early hours of yesterday / Friday night. BT is working on this issue.In the meantime please make sure to check in on any elderly or vulnerable people in the area who may be without a phone.Thank you. #limpsfield #limpsfieldchart #oxted See MoreSee Less
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Lovely to see everyone enjoying themselves at the first anniversary of the Limpsfield Chart community coffee mornings ☕️🍰The Parish Council is very happy to sponsor such a worthwhile endeavour, which has rapidly increased members, with a lovely mix of local residents who pop along on a Wednesday morning for free coffee, cake and company.Thank you to the Chart Fair committee who organise the coffee mornings and give such a warm welcome to anyone who comes along. All welcome every Wednesday morning from 10am-12pm....#coffeemorning #wednesdays #limpsfield #limpsfieldchart #surrey #community #volunteers See MoreSee Less
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Great to see Surrey County Council’s guys out on Limpsfield High Street clearing out the gullies. A job very well done and hopefully will help to keep the water in the drains from now on, even with the downpours we’ve been having, which goes a long way to help protect the historic buildings in our Conservation Area… @surreycountycouncil...#gullies #highstreet #conservationarea #limpsfield #surrey #heritage #conservation #tandridge See MoreSee Less
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The Friends of Limpsfield Common works with the National Trust by representing local views and supporting the management of the Common with a team of local volunteers. We are looking for new blood, new skills and lively minds! Could you use your experience to play a meaningful role on the Committee? If so, please contact either Tony Pearson (tony2.pearson@btinternet.com) or Maggie Morgan (maggiemorganclist@gmail.com). See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosSpring is coming and it’s National Nest Box Week! How about putting up some nest boxes in your garden to encourage local birds? Now is the perfect time to offer up some prime real estate to prospective couples! Head to The Woodhouse Centre in Oxted – Monday to Thursday mornings – to get your nest box. Why not customise it and enhance its curb appeal?! Read our article limpsfieldsurrey.com/2023/02/25/encourage-bird-life-into-your-garden-this-spring/ ...#spring #birdboxes #nestingboxes #nestbox #birdlife #wildbirds #biodiversity See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Limpsfield Parish Council
A recent project, part of our commitment to improving accessibility across the parish, particularly connecting Oxted with Limpsfield, is this gradient improvement on the footpath between the Brook and Glebe fields in Limpsfield. Limpsfield Parish Council is very happy to help fund this project by the Tandridge Access Group with the majority funded by Surrey County Council Cllr Cameron McIntosh’s local funding. Thanks again to Andrew Wright of Countryside & Access for the great work....#footpaths #mobility #accessibility #limpsfield #oxted See MoreSee Less
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