Local community and voluntary organisations can now apply for grants of up to £2,000 from the Tandridge Together Community Fund.
We are very much looking forward to Sunday’s Platinum Jubilee Street Party in Limpsfield Village, which has been organised by the Street Party Committee, headed up by Richard Spiller in conjunction with Limpsfield Parish Council.
The event runs from 12pm to 4pm and must be cleared by 5pm when the road will re-open to traffic.
Please feel free to come along with your own tables and chairs, although there will be 60 tables and chairs provided by the committee.
The event is BYO and there will not be any food or drink stands on site. However, Coffee at Kiwi House will be open and selling coffees, teas, cakes and picnic essentials. You can also pre-order through them in advance.
The Bull Inn will also be open and is hosting a BBQ (although we believe it is already fully booked). The Bull’s toilets are available for use during the street party.
Memorial Stores will be open until 12pm for any last minute supplies required.
Please note: Limpsfield High Street will be CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC except emergency services from 10am to 5pm between the A25 and Detillens Lane roundabout. For Bus information, please see https://www.southdown.net or their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/Southdownbuses/.
Thanks and have a great day!
The Limpsfield area has been incredibly proactive over the pandemic, with over 100 volunteers from March to July 2020 registering with either the Parish Council, St Peter’s/Village, St Andrew’s/Chart groups and the Limpsfield Facebook Volunteer group.
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.
While we all hope that the coronavirus will run its course in as short a time as possible so we can get back to normal, we must be aware that there will be a number of people in our community who are more isolated than usual, may need help, support or just a bit of company.