What a wonderful Fete this year! The weather held out, in fact it was sunny for most of the day. Visitors came and a great time was had by all who did. The Donkey Derby was as successful as ever, with no serious injuries to the riders despite a couple of falls! It appeared that … Continue reading Godstone Village Fete
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Godstone Baptist Church is going into the movie business this September with the launch of a new monthly community cinema called ‘Moving Pictures’. Every month the church will be showing pre-release films that you might have missed at the cinema and still can’t rent or buy on DVD. Baptist minister Phil Hughes has always been … Continue reading New Monthly Community Cinema in Godstone
Welcome to the all new Godstone.net website! We’ve made quite a few changes and we’ve done quite a lot of updating of information that had become a little out of date. There are more updates to come over the next few days and weeks, so keep checking back to see what’s new. There is a … Continue reading Welcome to the new Godstone.net
There has been much talk, numerous leaflets, and several local meetings about the Tandridge District Council Local Plan. The Local Plan is where the council sets out what its policy will be for planning over the next 20 years. The Local Plan covers many aspects of life in the district including infrastructure, health, economy and … Continue reading Tandridge Local Plan Consultation
Want to see some real West End stars, but getting to and from London is difficult and the shows are really expensive? Well, now you don’t have to go to London! For one night only, the West End is coming to Godstone! Organised by the GVA, ‘Good Time Godstone with The Spinettes’ is an evening … Continue reading The West End comes to Godstone
The South London Branch of the British Horological Institute are holding an open day on the 9th April 2016. This is a unique opportunity to go along to the Soper Hall in Caterham and to see what they do. Free entry is from 10:00 until 16:00 and just some of what you can see and … Continue reading It’s About Time
‘’Woodbine Willie” was the Nickname given to the Rev Geoffrey Studdert-Kennedy born in June 1883. He died in March 1929 at the young age of 45. He volunteered as a Chaplain on the Western Front during the First World War and was renowned for offering both spiritual support and cigarettes to injured and dying soldiers. … Continue reading Talk on ‘Woodbine Willie”
Richard Durrant, known widely as the Guitar Whisperer, will be performing a CandlelitRichard is a world class virtuoso with an imaginative flair for presentation and a warm, easy rapport.One man and a guitar wander through the English Renaissance, discovering Bach on the ukulele, meeting the Sugar Plum Fairy and Claude Debussy just as Silent Night … Continue reading Concert at St John’s Church, Hurst Green on Friday 27th November at 7.30 p.m.
St Nicholas Godstone hold the Café Connect on the first Saturday of every month in the St Nicholas Youth Centre from 10-12 Noon. Why not go along and support them?
If you would like to find out more about this project please contact the Project Manager or go the www.surreyinthegreatwar.org.uk *protected email* Surrey History Centre 130 Goldsworth Road Woking Surrey GU21 6ND Telephone 01483 518737