Cobham Cherry Tree Avenue of Remembrance Draws the Crowds

The Re-dedication of Cobham Cherry Tree Avenue of Remembrance draws the crowds despite the weather. The Cobham community came together on Sunday 8 April to re-dedicate the Cherry Tree Avenue of Remembrance on Tilt Common, in memory of the 46 local members of the armed forces who lost their lives during WWII. The ceremony, held…

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Half Year General Meeting

The Half Year general meeting will be held at St Mary’s church hall on Thursday 26 April at 8pm – guest speakers include: Claire Yarborough, Business Manager, Cobham Health Centre Jonathan Sharpe, Painshill Landscape Gardener to talk about the threat from the A3 widening All welcome.

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Surrey In The Great War

Are you interested in capturing the history of the First World War and would you like to become part of the Surrey Heritage project to preserve the legacy of wartime Cobham and Stoke D’Abernon for future generations? The project is helping to build a digital archive of Surrey’s First World War story creating a lasting record…

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Re-Dedication Ceremony

You are invited to the official re-dedication of The Avenue of Remembrance to be held on Tilt Common, Cobham KT11 3EZ on Sunday 8th April at 12:30pm. The service will be held by the Reverend Godfrey Hilliard in the presence of The Worshipful the Mayor of the Borough of Elmbridge. For more information please click…

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Spring 2018 Newsletter

Award For The Plough The Old Plough is going from strength to strength. Recently the team was delighted to be named winner of the ‘Best Country/Village Pub’ category at the Fullers Pub of the Year contest. When presenting the award, Fullers Chairman Michael Turner said “The Old Plough is a destination pub in the heart…

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Minutes of the AGM held on 21st October 2015

A glass of wine was offer to those attending on arrival and then the meeting was opened at 8.00 pm. by Ian Nelson (Chairman). Ian Nelson welcomed the speakers Richard Mulhall and Sarah Squire and County Councillor Mary Lewis, Mayor Jan Fuller and Councillor James Vickers. Apologies were received from the newly appointed PCSO Laura…

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The Avenue of Remembrance

Work Starting Following the public consultation in September 2017 re the future of the Avenue of Remembrance, we can now tell you that work will start on site during the week commencing 29 January 2018. A large percentage of residents involved in the survey were in favour of replacing the original, and the replacement trees…

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Library Volunteers Wanted

Do you have a few hours spare? Cobham’s new library and community hub are looking for welcome desk volunteers that can spare a few hours on a regular basis. It needn’t take much of your time, requirements and the application form are in this article. Requirements The welcome desk volunteers will: Provide a warm and…

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Autumn 2017 Newsletter (No. 16)

Village Sign Fundraising Some 18 months ago the Chairman announced that we hoped to get a village sign (see Newsleer No.14). Despite the ‘Green Belt’ distractions there has been some progress. A major problem has been what to include on the sign – ask a dozen different people and get a dozen different replies! Village…

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The Village Sign

The Residents’ Association feel that it would be nice to have a Stoke d’Abernon village sign. The signs are usually decorative with hand painted pictures with representations unique to the village in question. Here are a couple of examples. Your ideas for pictures can be left on the contact section of the website. The sign…

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