December 22, 2017
Temporary Prohibition of Traffic, Killinghurst Lane, Chiddingfold SURREY COUNTY COUNCIL PROPOSE TO MAKE the above mentioned Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to prohibit vehicles from entering or proceeding in the entire length of Killinghurst Lane (D157/D158), Chiddingfold, from its junction with Petworth Road (B2131) to its junction with Petworth Road (A283) (also known as Cripplecrutch Hill).
This order shall come into operation on 1st December 2017 for a period of 6 months. Advanced warning signs will be displayed and the temporary closure will only operate when the relevant traffic signs are displayed. This Order is required to enable APLANT LUX working on behalf of BT to gain access to cabling structures in the lengths described in parts a) and b) of the schedule to this notice.
December 23, 2017
Chiddingfold Bonfire Saturday 4th November 2017 Schedule & Road Closures, Diversions, Park & Ride and Events programme
Photos of it being built more to come later
November 27, 2017
Legendary Car Designer Gordon Murray Opens New Low-Volume Car Manufacturing Company at Dunsfold Park
Dunsfold Park was delighted to celebrate with Gordon Murray Automotive this month as the company formally opened its new research and development premises at the business park.
Gordon Murray Automotive forms part of a new corporate organisation for the engineering group, and is positioned as a sister company to Gordon Murray Design.
The new premises will be the base for the production of a new lightweight sports car.
The new project marks the first model made by Gordon Murray Automotive under the firm’s IGM brand, and will feature some of the most advanced aerodynamics ever seen on a road car.
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited Recived November 21 2017
July 3, 2017
Fernhurst Revels Sunday 21st May 2017 The Revels have been a tradition in Fernhurst for over 100 years,held at The Recreation Ground next to The Red Lion pub GU27 3HY.
The new May Queen is crowned after a procession through the village followed by maypole dancing, St George fights the Dragon etc.
Keeping up with the times the posters advertising The Revels have a QR code so anyone with a smartphone and the right app can access a web page for the Revels. There's a grassy picnic area on which to sit, and as usual there will be teas, cakes , beer and ice creams to enjoy. The George Regis Jazz band is reformed and renamed as George’s Coastline Jazz Band, playing New Orleans Trad Jazz. There are two arenas one for the fun dog show, the other for,everything from the crowning of the May Queen at the start to the Falconry Display and The Southdowns Ukulele Orchestra, Childrens Races, Fancy Dress etc.
May 13, 2017
WITLEY VICAR TO OPEN 71st BROOK VILLAGE FETEMonday 29th May marks the 71st annual Brook Village Fete, (sponsored by local independent boarding and day school King Edward’s Witley) .
One of the most popular and longest-running village festivals in southern England. This year, the event will be officially opened by Jane Vlach, Vicar of All Saints Church in Witley on Bank Holiday Monday, May 29th, at 1pm, on the picturesque village green opposite the Dog and Pheasant Pub. In keeping with the spirit of this time- honoured and renowned local tradition the emphasis remains on good old-fashioned family entertainment with a broad choice of attractions, designed to provide something of interest for everyone.
Monday 29th May marks the 71st annual Brook Village Fete, (sponsored by local independent boarding and day school King Edward’s Witley)
January 19, 2017
Chiddingfold Neighbourhood Plan – Public Consultation Friday 27 January 4pm-9pm & Saturday 28 January 10am-5pm in the Village Hall
The next stage of public consultation on the detail of our Neighbourhood Plan will take place over two days in January in the Village Hall
and we hope as many of you as possible will come to give us your views on a range of issues including possible sites for new housing.
What is a Neighbourhood Plan? To remind you, these are relatively new planning documents which were introduced by the Localism Act which came into force in April 2012. They are intended to give local communities a greater say in guiding the future development and growth of an area and relate to the use and development of land and associated social, economic and environmental issues (such as housing, transport, heritage and employment).
Photos of the Event and Report
January 9, 2017
Copy of list of Cuurch Services
December 15, 2016
Reasons Against Housing at Dunsfold Airfield Mass Demo 14th Dec
I have been asked by the Protect Our Waverley group/ to get this message from them around Chidd..
As you may know, on Tuesday last week Waverley issued their Officers Report on Dunsfold basically ignoring the objection of Surrey Highways to the proposal and recommending that Councillors approve the application.
It now goes to the Joint Planning Committee (JPC) on Wednesday 14th at 1830. We believe that it is likely to be approved
November 23, 2016
Photos of bonfire being built, stalls being set up and on the night
October 17, 2016
The inaugural Surrey Hills Challenge charity event on Sunday 25th September was a huge success with over 500 entrants participating in one of four walking and running challenges
on the beautiful landscape of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
The event was organised to support the efforts of the inspiring work of the Community Foundation for Surrey and the Surrey Hills Trust Fund..
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited Recived September 27, 2016
October 7, 2016
Historic Ramster Hall in Chiddingfold will host the Ramster Gift Fair this autumn to raise money for Action Medical Research.
The beautiful wedding venue will be transformed into a shoppers’ paradise with more than 50 stalls in aid of the West Sussex-based children’s charity on 4-5 October. .
Press release by Action Medical Research A leading UK-wide charity saving and changing children’s lives through medical research.
September 16, 2016
Aviation giants showed their precision aerobatics up close to the crowds, dispelling concerns Wings & Wheels was affected by new CAA regulations. Whilst the sun shone down on the Aerodrome Saturday, the rest of the UK faced torrential rain and storms forcing the Reds to cancel their display but they returned on Sunday and triumphantly showed just why they are the best pilots in the world.
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited Recived August 30, 2016
August 24, 2016
The Brooklands Museum Vickers ‘Queen of the Skies’ VC10 will be blasting down the Wings & Wheels runway at 9:30 on Sunday 28th August in a noisy demonstration of her power. When she’s not taking a trip down the runway she will be open for public tours where visitors can get up close and personal with this terrific tanker at the event on 27th and 28th August. .
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited recived 8 August 2015
August 24, 2016
Wings & Wheels is returning for its twelfth year with an all-star line-up of RAF display teams. The Red Arrows, Typhoon, King Air and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) will all be displaying at Dunsfold Aerodrome on both days, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August 2016. .
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited Recived Febuary 18, 2016
Photos of the Village Green prior to the Fete and Advert in the Parish Magazine.
July 10, 2016
Every June, Rotary Clubs review their fundraising activities over the previous 12 months. Cheques are presented to representatives from chosen charities at the Annual President’s Night. Badges of office are passed to the incoming President and President Elect.
Press relase from Marketing & PR - Rotary Club of Haslemere Recived July 4, 2016 First posted July 10, 2016
People in parts of London, northern Surrey, West Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire are being reminded to look out for and report caterpillars of the oak processionary moth (OPM), which could be damaging oak trees in the area.
They are also advised to keep away from the caterpillars and their nests, because their hairs can cause itching skin rashes and other health problems, and to report sightings to the Forestry Commission..
Imformation and photos supplied by The Forestry Commission
May 31, 2016
The Swan Inn at Chiddingfold has been named as the Best Pub in Surrey in the National Pub & Bar Awards 2016.
Serving superb food and quality drinks with 11 boutique en-suite rooms in the heart of the Surrey countryside, The Swan Inn, part of the Upham Pub Company, faced fierce competition against a number of well-established pubs in the county to be crowned as the best in the area.
Imformation supplied by Elliotts Agency on behalf of Upham Group
April 28, 2016
The Revels is a wonderful family day out. From the procession through the village and the maypole dancing and fancy dress competition, the afternoon is filled with many attractions, entertainment, music , competitions, games ,food and drink. The emphasis is on having fun With a variety of events throughout the afternoon. All of the stalls are run by local people, raising funds for village facilities, clubs and charities so come and join in!
May 17, 2016
Haslemere Rotary are holding an Open Evening on the 12th May at the Georgian Hotel Haslemere, 7pm for 7.30pm which includes a Buffet Meal.
As well as raising money for local charities and being actively involved in the community The Rotary Club of Haslemere has an extensive year-round social calendar.
This is an opportunity to find out more about Rotary and the activities of the Club in the local area.
March 24, 2016
The Annual Rotary Race Night is a popular fixture in the local event calendar of March.
This year’s Elephant Stampede on 5th March in Chiddingfold was another successful evening raising £1200 for Global Sight Solutions.
February 28, 2016
Wings & Wheels is returning for its twelfth year with an all-star line-up of RAF display teams. The Red Arrows, Typhoon, King Air and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF) will all be displaying at Dunsfold Aerodrome on both days, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th August 2016..
February 12, 2016
Dunsfold Park is delighted to welcome new tenants Cadmap and Cadmap Studio Ltd to the business park. The local firm of land surveyors and drafters has leased 110 sq. metres. of office space to further their expansion plans and make use of the aerodromes space for additional parking.
January 24, 2016
Wings & Wheels are excited to announce two new recruits to the team this year, Ed Lowman and Laura Johnson.
Both have been regulars at the show over the past few years and are keen car and plane enthusiasts.
Ed (24) will be taking up the position as Events Coordinator, whilst Laura (19) will be joining as PR, Marketing and Events Assistant.
January 3, 2016
A huge THANK YOU to all members of our local communities and villages for their generous contributions during our Christmas Collections! We raised almost £3000..
Photos of Santas street collection
December 3, 2015
December 3, 2015
Timetable of events and photos of the night
Youutube video of the bonfire being lit and firework display You Tube Tube video of Bonfire Night
November 20, 2015
The property available is a 2 bedroom house for rent of £129.63 per week - – please contact Ysella Sims of English Rural Housing Association (ERHA) on 020 7820 7930 for details
November 14, 2015
Monday 9thNovember 2015 a double decker bus that was empty was parked on the road across the Village Green an Arivia bus came up behind and sounded its horn the driver pulled off the road to let it by and got stuck There were no passengers on the bus at the time the bus was going to Saint Peter's school at Merrow 2 single decker busses came as a replacement
November 15, 2015
Business space at Dunsfold Park set to expand Dunsfold Park was delighted to receive planning consent for 9,966 sq. m. of new industrial buildings on Wednesday 4th November.
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited recived 20 November 2015
October 6, 2015
Words and pictures of Wings & Wheels 2015 Larger Photos
June 27, 2015
Thankyou to over the 1,500 people
who came through the gate for CHIDDFEST,
- we raised a staggering £18K +
All the money raised is going to St Mary's School and the other youth organisations in Chiddingfold
June 10, 2015
Traditional Village Fete in aid of Plaistow Pre-School Plaistow Village Green, RH14 0PX
Advert for annual fete in Fernhurst
January 4, 2015
Table of Church services in Chiddingfold over the Christmas period 2014
December 11, 2014
Timetable of events on the day 3 photos
No photos on Bonfire night Webmastwer busy with music event at The Villagers
June 22, 2014
Bring all the family Have fun, and support this village event
ALL PROCEEDS TO LOCAL AMENITIES St Mary's School, Chiddingfold Village Nursery School, Chiddingfold Village Hall and Chiddingfold Community Fund
Snail Racing, Skittle Alley, Bouncy Slide, Gardens Open, Teas, Bottle Tombola, Bric a brac, Samosas, Books, ............
Photos Programe of events List of raffle prizes
May 26, 2014
Traditional Village Fete in aid of Plaistow Pre-School Featuring: BBQ BAR CREAM TEAS DOG SHOW TRADITIONAL GAMES CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT STALLS GRAND RAFFLE AND MUCH MORE... Photos and Pre-School details
February 19, 2015
The tradition is that the May Queen procesion to arrives at the Recreation Ground at 12.30 accompanied by her attendants, Heralds, music, Crown Bearers, Flower Scatterers and the fancy dress entrants
Being crowned at approximately 1.00 pm the May Queen, , will watch as St George kills, we hope, the Dragon, children dance round the Maypole and the Revels commences
Pre match advert for the avent
April 26 2014
2014 Easter Church Services in Chiddingfold pictuers of leaflet about Easter services by three churches.
January 8, 2014
Photos of storm damage Winter 2013.
December 5, 2013
The PPG is a small group of patients who actively seek to understand the problems of the patient community and provide feedback to both the Surgery and the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) (which deals with wider NHS matters) in order to achieve improvement in the services provided by both the Surgery and the NHS.
The PPG covers both the Chiddingfold and Dunsfold surgeries and the term Surgery includes both surgeries
Our aim is to make the PPG fully representative of all ages groups, health categories and geographical areas within the Surgery's catchment district. Next we need to hear your views - be they critical or complimentary so that we can provide input to the Surgery and the CCG to improve the services provided
November 12, 2013
Photos of bonfire night in Chiddingfold.
November 3, 2013
Members of the Ship’s Company of minehunter HMS Chiddingfold will be cycling from their ship to their namesake village and back again on Wednesday 6 November to raise money for the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC).
15 of the 45-strong crew will don their lycra to undertake the 80 mile round trip from ship-village-ship in one day.
September 30, 2013
Hi, Please could you help me , my husband lost a set of 10 Military medals on his way to Littlehampton on Sat 29th June 2013.
6 how been found in your village of Chiddingfold by 2 gentlemen both from the village.
Please could you help make the wonderful resident aware that we still need to find the other 4. I am not sure if you are aware but my appeal has been widespread due to social networking, we have appeared on ITV Meridian news, Eagle radio, Spirit FM and BBC South Today.
We now think the other 4 may have been picked up by someone who is not sure what they are? Below is my original appeal which has spread across most of the UK
September 25, 2013
Dunsfold Park Ltd and Brooklands Museum were delighted to welcome the last Vickers VC10 to its new permanent home today (Tuesday 24 September 2013) at the famous Surrey airfield. The VC10, which carries the RAF serial number ZA150, was the very last VC10 of 54 built at Brooklands in the 1960s and was one of the last two flying with the RAF from Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and retired this week after completing a total of 43,400 flying hours.
Longer-term arrangements for public access to the VC10 at Dunsfold Park and Wings & Wheels will be confirmed in due course.
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited recived September 24, 2013
May 24, 2013
It’s fast, it’s furious and it’s back! Wings & Wheels is delighted to announce its return to Dunsfold Park in Surrey for a spectacular weekend of aerobatic and motoring thrills which will entertain thousands over the August bank holiday weekend. Sticking to the two day format the Show’s confirmed dates for 2013 are Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th August.
Chinook to Showcase New Manoeuvres at Wings & Wheels Not seen at the airshow since 2008
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited recived 22 May 2013
May 10, 2013
Waverley Council have changed the name of Whites Hill to Shillinglee Park Road Event happened about 26 Febuary 2013
May 8, 2013
AN attempt by thieves to tow away a cash machine from a local store in Elstead failed this morning (Tuesday, 26 February)
when the tow bar of the get away car was ripped off in the bid to escape.
Dunsfold Park Ltd was delighted today (Wednesday 6 February) when Surrey County Council Planning & Regulatory Committee granted planning consent for an Anaerobic Digestion (AD) Plant,
Dunsfold Park Ltd was delighted to welcome the Landrat (Mayor) of Mayen-Koblenz, Alexander Saftig, and the Mayor and Mayoress of Waverley, Councillor Tony Gordon-Smith and Mrs Cathy Gordon-Smith to the Aerodrome on Friday 15th March 2013
Waverley is twinned with Mayen-Koblenz in Germany and the visit was part of an annual trip by the Landrat of Mayen-Koblenz to celebrate and reinforce the cultural, economic and social links between the two regions. With Germany a recognised leader in the renewable energy field, Dunsfold Park was showcased to Landrat Safitg and his guests as an exemplar for the borough and UK in the field, as well as the largest employment site in Waverley.
Press release by Dunsfold Park Limited
Febuary 2, 2013
After a symbolic raising of the ensign and jack for the first time since HMS Chiddingfold went into dry-dock last year, Crew 5 marched onboard on Friday 26th October to mark the day when the first Caterpillar-powered Hunt Class Mine Countermeasures Vessel (MCMV) was fully united with her Ship’s Company.
Press Relase recived from Steve Saywell Fleet Picture Manager Fleet Photographic Unit Whale Island Portsmouth October 31, 2012
January 25, 2013
The days leading up the snow of Friday 18 January 2013 there was lots of weather warnings The night before Tescos in Guildford had run out of milk
Friday morning no early busses that was before it started to snow after 8 am
January 25, 2013
Decembert 19, 2012
October 5, 2012
December 1 - 2, 10.00am - 5.00pm Midhurst Rother College In a spacious new venue over fifty designer makers
will exhibit their quality work including:
ceramics, glass, furniture, jewellery, metalwork, printmaking, textiles and woodturning.
Just the place for relaxed Christmas shopping.
Press Relase recived from The Sussex Guild: October 5, 2012 11:44 am
August 6, 2012
Royal Navy minehunter HMS Chiddingfold is back in the water after spending eight months in dry dock for a significant upgrade.
Chiddingfold is the first of the RN’s eight Hunt-class minehunters to receive the upgrade at Portsmouth Naval Base - carried out by BAE Systems – which will maintain the RN’s position at the forefront of mine warfare operations*.
Press release From Senior Press Officer (SPRO) HM Naval Base Portsmouth recived August 1 2012
August 1, 2012
Dunsfold Park was sworn to secrecy last week as an Augusta Westland (AW101) Merlin helicopter flew in for a confidential and rather special paint job.
Sprayed red, white and blue the Merlin was painted ahead of its starring role in the London 2012 Olympics opening ceremony.
Taking just a weekend to complete, the helicopter was hidden away in the Top Gear studio as a team of painters working for Flying Colours, sprayed the iconic military machine with water soluble paint.
Press Relase recived from Dunsfold Park: 31 Jul 2012 18:36:
August 1, 2012
The 8th annual Wings and Wheels will be held over the August Bank holiday weekend; Sunday 26th & Monday 27th August 2012, at Dunsfold Park near Guildford, Surrey, and is open to spectators from 09:00 until 18:00 .
Wings & Wheels is promoted by Dunsfold Park Limited with proceeds going to nominated charities: Brooklands Museum Trust, Cranleigh Village Hospital Trust, Help for Heroes and Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance..
Visitors to Dunsfold Aerodrome are treated to breathtaking 5 hour air displays including favourites; The Red Arrows, Team Viper (the only Hunter formation team in the World) The Blades, Team Breitling Wingwalkers and the Avro Vulcan, accompanied by witty and knowledgeable commentary from aviation experts and display pilots. The ‘Wings’ of the event would not be complete without an exhibition of all the weekends visiting aircraft and Dunsfold’s resident Boeing 747 – most famously seen in Casino Royale
Press Relases recived from Dunsfold Park: - Various dated
July 8, 2012
June 26, 2012
June 18, 2012
Dunsfold Aerodrome was celebrating a victory against Waverley Borough Council this week when they won both Appeals against restrictions imposed to an application to extend operational flying hours for the Olympics.
The success of the Appeals allows for extended hours of operation from 07:00 to 21:00 each day from 21st July to 15th August 2012, including Saturdays and Sundays, as well as an increase in air traffic movements.
Press Relase recived from Dunsfold Park: 11 June 2012 09:58
June 15, 2012
Chiddingfold Village Green from 5-30 pm until 11 pm
May 1, 2012
April 1, 2012
Scientists Marvel At Invisible Aircraft Wings & Wheels to Showcase Aerodromes Iconic History at 2012 Show
Baffling scientists, engineers, academics and general egg-heads throughout the UK and around the world,
the boffins at the underground aircraft testing facility at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey have today revealed the mind boggling and unique prototype of the eagerly anticipated and never before seen ‘Stealth’ aircraft.
March 18, 2012
Bus hit by tree road closed at Witley.
Damaged power lines in Chiddingfold
February 6, 2012
English Rural Housing Association has been working in partnership with Chiddingfold Parish Council and Waverley Borough Council to research and build the affordable housing currently under construction at Ridgley Road, Chiddingfold.
December 26, 2011
Surrey Police can confirm that the 22-year-old woman missing from the Hydestile area of Godalming has been located.
missing person discripction and picture
December 26, 2011
Saturday 5th November Photos of it being built, torch light procession, park and ride details
Friday 29 October Saturday 30 October
November 13, 2011
At The Village Hall GU8 4QA
Chiddgreen village environmental group held a swap it day at Chiddingfold Village Hall on Saturday 12 November 2011
October 20, 2011
The Rural Life Centre Reeds Road Tilford GU10 2DL
A friendly festival like it was years ago
October 20, 2011
The Swan Inn Beer & Wine Festival
Friday & Saturday 23rd & 24th September Beer, wine, cider and perry Live music Words and pictures.
October 20, 2011
Work Starts at the Chiddingfold Club
There is not much left of the old Chiddingfold Club
but work will start on the construction of the new community facilities during August.
Thirteen new homes will be built on the backland, nine will be for open market sale four of them will be affordable units built
on behalf of English Rural Housing Association. - More
Sales Manager – William Lacey Group § § E-mail sent 1 August
September 7, 2011
Treat to school busses
There is a big problem if a parent makes a first preference of Woolmer Hill their children will not get free school transport. Paid places will not be allocated until the end of the holidays and can be withdrawn if someone moves into the village is more deserving of a place etc" Rodborough has been oversubscribed for many years resulting in many of us being offered Woolmer Hill in the past. In recent years some children didn't get into Rodborough or Woolmer Hill and were then offered Broadwater.
September 7, 2011
15th VIVARTIS AUTUMN ART EXHIBITION
25th SEPTEMBER TO 16th OCTOBER 10 am to 5 pm (25th September from 2 – 5 pm)
Plans are well under way for the 15th VIVARTIS AUTUMN ART EXHIBITION which will take place FROM 25th SEPTEMBER TO 16th OCTOBER and held at King Edward’s School Witley.
Surrey Sculpture Society will again mastermind their 13th SCULPTURE TRAIL in our grounds.
August 16, 2011
Air Ambulance at Open Day Sunday June 12 2011
Surrey Air Ambulance opens its doors to the public with a fun day out for all the family this Sunday (June 12) at Dunsfold Park – the home of BBC’s Top Gear track.
Visitors will get the opportunity to have a guided tour of the MD902 helicopter and meet its life-saving crew of pilots, specialist doctors and Critical Care Paramedics subject to medical emergencies.
Details list of events
July 27, 2011
Hindhead Care Home Topping Out Ceremony
VIPS, future residents, a local school and the construction team joined staff at Moorlands Lodge
to celebrate the addition of the final roof beam at the new care home.
The event, known as a topping out ceremony, was held on Wednesday, July 6
at the former Expedier House site, which will be a Signature care home from October.
Press release and Photographs
July 18, 2011
Guild Fest 2010 Saturday 17 July Stoke Park Guildford
July 17, 2011
Saturday May 14 Hindhead A3 Tunnel Walk
People were picked by up busses from various places Haslemere, Liphook, Milford ;
put down at the southern end of the tunnel near Woolmer Hill
and then we walked along the north bound tunnel to get onto a bus.
The south bound tunnel was used for vehicles both ways
A Series of Photographs
July 17, 2011
Chiddingfold Fete 2011 Sunday 12 June 12.00pm TO 4.30pm
July 6, 2011
Haslemere Festival lionfest
Chiddingfold community event - The Big Spring Tidy Up
Every spring since 1998 volunteers in Chiddingfold put on yellow vests and, armed with litter-pickers and big black bags, get down in the ditches and along the road sides to clear up litter, most of which is dropped from cars travelling through the parish.
This year the event will be held on Saturday 02 April from 10am to 12pm, meeting by The Forge on The Green.All are welcome to join in..
Equipment and refreshments will be provided and it is a good way of meeting villagers and helping to keep this beautiful Surrey village looking good.
March 23, 2011
Lambing open day Sunday March 20 , 2011
This years charity The Prostate Project
Surrey GU8 4XP
01428 654695 07966 452256
January 17, 2011
Tree of Faith, Hope and Love
January 17, 2011
Haslemere and District Chamber of Commerce
28th Carol singing Evening Wednesday 15th December 2010
Started 7 pm in Haslemere Town Centre Music by Haslemere Town Band
2 December 2010
Chiddingfold 2011 Calendar Available from Chiddingfold Post Office £ 6
2 December 2010
Chiddingfold Bonfire 2010 Saturday 6 November
2 December 2010
The 6th annual Chiddingfold Art & Craft Exhibition
FRIDAY 29 OCTOBER 3.00pm - 10.00pm
SATURDAY 30 October 10.00am - 5.00pm
29 July 2010
At Parish Council AGM Thursday 13 May Lacey Simmonds done a presentation on their proposal for The Club
Decision Full Permission Decision Date 25/10/2010 Planning application Waverley Council
- - More
September 19, 2010
REUNION No 8 Of the Grayswood Folk took place
Saturday 2nd October 2010
Held at the THE Grayswood Club, 7.00pm TILL 11.00pm
29 July 2010
Dad builds new locally sourced timber-framed outdoor classroom for village nursery
Situated on a farm in the beautiful Surrey countryside, Barnkids Nursery in Chiddingfold can now proudly boast a splendid roundwood timber-framed outdoor classroom
Hand-built by local carpenter and Dad, Dan Crabb of Dan Crabb Carpentry and Construction, it is constructed from local unprocessed sweet chestnut and sawn cedar timbers, all sourced from sustainable managed (FSC certified) Surrey Wildlife Trust woodlands.
"We love to get our children outside in the fresh air and enjoying nature as much as possible" says Barnkids owner Jeanette Walker, "so when we decided to develop the outside area it was really important to us that we had a covered space to provide shelter for our activities through sun and rain." - - More
29 July 2010
General Election Results For South West Surrey 2010 Click here
May 31 2010
English Rural Housing Association CHIDDINGFOLD INFORMATION DAY
Thursday 27 May 3.30 - 7.30Village Hall
What is the Information Day all about ? It is an opportunity for you to look at the proposed plans for a development of eight affordable homes for local people in Chiddingfold Parish.
Local councilors, have long had concerns that young people were leaving the village because of the lack of affordable housing and concerned on the impact this could have on the future sustainability of the village, commissioned a Housing Needs Survey in 2005 to obtain a clearer picture of the housing need in the village.
The 2005 survey identified 29 households, from a broad spectrum of the community, including; single people, couples and local families who were unable to access a home suitable for their needs. More recent evidence shows that the 2005 survey underestimates the need in the village. Waverley Borough Council now has over 40 applicants with a local connection to Chiddingfold waiting on their Housing Needs Register.
The Parish Council have expressed a wish to develop a local needs housing scheme for the long term benefit of the community. This proposal shows a development of eight affordable homes which would go towards assisting some of the local people in housing need. - - More
5 May 2010
Litter Pick - 27 March
Bags, litter pick-up sticks and hi-viz clothing will be provided. Wear sturdy
shoes and you MUST wear gloves.
Children must be accompanied by an adult; so excellent fun for ALL the family! More Pictures
Chiddingfold Parish Council - The Banking House - The Green - Chiddingfold
- Surrey - GU8 4TU
5 May 2010
Lambing open day
Sunday 21st March , 10am to 4:00pm
Proceeds to Haiti Earthquake orphans.
Prestwick Farm, Chiddingfold, Surrey GU8 4XP - 01428 654695 - 07966 452256 - - - More pictures
February 5, 2010
Fire at Woodside Road Vets On Tuesday January 6
January 31, 2010
Chiddingfold in the Snow - The night of Tuesday January 6 it started to snow
14 January , 2010
The Chiddingfold Tipteerers Reality Show! Sunday 27th December 2009
Press Release afterwards a - - - Here
21 December, 2009
Two hundred more police constables planned for Surrey
TWO hundred more visible police constables could be policing Surrey’s streets as part of plans being developed by the Chief Constable to meet the demands of local people. They will be used to increase the local neighborhood policing teams and add further numbers to the Operation Shield campaign, keeping London criminals out of Surrey by fighting organised crime gangs who operate across Force boundaries - - More
27 November 2009
The Chiddingfold Bonfire Saturday 7th November 2009
9 November 2009
The Chiddingfold Tipteerers Reality Show! Sunday 27th December 2009
You can’t get any more 'real' than a live performance of the original and traditional Chiddingfold Tipteerer’s Play coming to a pub near you in Chiddingfold again this Xmas!
Having found an old script and account of a traditional 'Tipteerers' play, that was performed in Chiddingfold circa 1860, a few chaps got together in 2003 to resurrect the tradition. - - Here
2 October 2009
Summer Show Report Saturday 20 June 2009
On Saturday 20 June the Village Hall was transformed between 7 am and 10 am into a 'Bower of Flowers' together with various vegetables and fruits. There were 7 large totem poles, decorated wellingtons and paintings produced by children as well as photographs, cooking exhibits and handicrafts. - - Here
26 July 2009
Village Festival Sunday 12 June
Pictures - - Here
26 July 2009
I’ve written many pieces in our Parish magazine
about our bells; at St Mary’s Chiddingfold.
By now I hope you appreciate that we have a very special legacy in these
bells, and I do hope that the village is a much better place for having
them. (It would be a very sad thing to NOT have them surely!)
May 15, 2009
CHIDDINGFOLD 2009 LITTER BLITZ A Load of Rubbish
Saturday 4 th April 10 am - 12 noon By the forge
Thanks to a good turnout of local volunteers, loads of old rubbish was collected
from the verges and ditches in the 11th Annual Litter Blitz, organized by
the Parish Council in partnership with ChiddGreen on Saturday 4th April.
Two men have been arrested in connection with an
attempted robbery in Haslemere on Thursday, 5 March.
The offenders used a sledgehammer to smash the window of French’s Jewelers
in the High Street at around 11.45am, but after failing to steal any valuables
they made off in a silver Audi along the A287 towards Farnham.
"If you were in Haslemere prior to the incident or saw the attempted robbery and the subsequent getaway please call us. Similarly call Surrey Police if you saw a silver Audi being driven erratically along the A287 or A31."
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to call Surrey Police
on 0845 125 2222 ,
or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
December 18, 2008
Reward offered following robbery at Thomas Cook, Haslemere
A £5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrest
and conviction following the armed robbery at Thomas Cook, High Street, Haslemere
last Wednesday (10 December).
The travel agent has offered the reward in the hope that someone will come forward and identify the pair responsible for the incident, during which two members of staff were threatened with guns.
Black BMW estate believed to have been used by the offenders. The vehicle, registration number RJ04 MWY,
10th -12th October 2008
2008 Art and Craft Exhibition
Sponsored by Chiddingfold Watercolour Group
The fourth Art and Craft Exhibition was supported by thirty local artists and crafts people from Chiddingfold this year.
This event had over 340 entries, the largest exhibition so far.
Photos taken at Exhibition Click Here -
Sunday 8 June
11-30 to 4-30
Around 2000 people attended the 2008 Chiddingfold Village Festival on Sunday
which was held on a perfect summers day which set the scene for a lovely Village Day.
Sunday 20th April 2008
Saint George's Day
12 Noon The Swan
1-15 The Winterton Arms - Pictures
- - ERHA Update
14 April 2008
English Rural Housing Association Affordable Homes Built in Chiddingfold
Story published June 10, 2008
Pictures of houses being built - Click
Full press release of ERHA. - Click
Edited (shortened) Press release - Click
March 22, 2008
Lambing Day At Prestwick Farm
Sunday 16th March
More Sheep pictures - Click Here
21st September 2007
Story Published 5 October 2008
2007 Art and Craft Exhibition
Chiddingfold ART & CRAFT Exhibition
The aim of the annual Chiddingfold Art & Craft Exhibition is to promote local,
amateur art and craft from in and around Chiddingfold.
The 3rd exhibition will be held in 2007 on 21st September 8.00pm 10.00pm Invited Guests only
22nd September 10.00am 5.00pm
Photos taken at Exhibition - Click Here
June 25, 2007
Chiddingfold Festival Sunday 10 June 2007
Words and Pictures of Stalls - Click Here
The Chiddingfold Tipteerers will again
The St George's Day Play
Adedum to Story Below !
Received Thursday April 12, 2007
Having had it pointed out that Monday nights are not likely to be
well attended !
It makes most sense to perform to an audience that will be present, so we've plumped for..........
performance Sunday afternoon, 2.30pm/3pm,22nd April 2007 same venue
Happily, it is getting more difficult not to notice the significance of 23rd April!
There are parades and festivities around the county to mark our patron saints day and to celebrate our nationality and Englishness. (We seem to be catching up with the Scots, Irish and Welsh in this respect!)
Again, The Crown P.H. will host the company. Monday evening visitors
will, I hope, be quite pleased to witness the show! If all goes well,
the performance will be at around 9pm, a tune or two after this
brief theatre, to further entertain, and a pleasant evening will be had
-- Click Here
At Prestwick Farm
Press Release - afterwards
Sunday 18 nth March
Mothers day took on a whole new meaning at Prestwick farm when 45 babies were born on Sunday. The annual charity open day was the most successful ever held, when around 1300 people watched as the newborn lambs arrived throughout the day.
Over £3000 pounds were raised on behalf of the Tall Ships Youth Trust which is dedicated to the personal development of young people through the crewing of tall ships. All young people can benefit from a voyage
- - Click here
Prestwick Farm, Prestwick Lane, Chiddingfold is holding its annual `Lambing Open Day` (10am -4.00pm) on Sunday March 18th, which also happens to be Mothering Sunday! Prestwick (see web site www.prestwickfarm.co.uk ) is a working farm running 600 breeding ewes, some of which will be lambing on the day. Visitors will be able to view all aspects of lambing, from -- Click Here
Tree of Faith, Hope and Love
- - - on The Green - - -
came down finally on Saturday 6 nth January
more pictures - Click Here
The Chiddingfold Tipteerers Play was seen on
Wednesday 27th December 2006
pictures outside pubs - Click Here
Having been officially recognized by the real Green Day and their management
Green Dayz are considered the number one Greenday tribute band in the world - Click here
The Chiddingfold Tipteerers Play
15 .12. 2006
To be performed on Wednesday 27th December 2006 throughout the village We had such a good time last Christmas,
(and I’m sure that the large number of people at the various public houses that witnessed our first performances did likewise); - More
HAPPILY HISTORIC !
Not at all unusual for an incumbent
Rector to become a parent -
but surely a ‘first’ for a Rector to give birth?
Rev’d Sarah Brough
of St Mary’s Church, Chiddingfold became a mother to a fine baby boy on 13th
To wish her good health prior to the birth and in celebration of the happy event, much ringing of the Church bells took place at Chiddingfold! - More
Tree of Faith, Hope and Love
This Years Charities are Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice in Farnham
The Tall Ships Youth Trust - giving youngsters the opportunity of a lifetime
and thirdly MacMillan Cancer Relief - Click here