The Audit for the year ended 31 March 2016 has now been concluded.  



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The Annual Governance Statement can be viewed here 



Here come the cows!


CowParade Surrey is the world’s largest public art event, and it has arrived in Surrey! This exciting exhibition will see over 60 full-size, fibreglass cows uniquely decorated by artists and placed around Surrey for all to discover! The idea behind CowParade is that cows are sponsored by businesses, decorated by artists and auctioned off to raise lots of mooolaa for charities!!

Cows are gradually appearing throughout Surrey from June until the end of August. A specially designed app, is free to download and allows you to ‘check in’ to each cow as it’s found. Discover lots about each cow, win rosettes, take part in quizzes and much more. Those who find the most cows will be entered into a prize draw to win a luxury Kuoni holiday for two to Mauritius!

The autumn will see the cows auctioned off for charity. Each cow sponsor gets to choose a charity of their own to benefit from half of the auction proceeds, with the other 50 per cent going to the Surrey Hills Trust Fund, established in partnership with the Community Foundation for Surrey to conserve and protect the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The fund supports local community projects and enterprise schemes that benefit and enhance the Surrey Hills.

For further information on CowParade and to download the app visit



If you would like the convenience of having your garden waste collected please take a look at the Green Waste Club at 

Green Waste Club info







We need volunteers to help keep the library open.  Contact Ian Jones on 01342 832907 for more details.







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A new shop in town …


Well, not exactly, but the Cavendish House Trust charity shop (formerly Monica Cantwell)

has been enlarged, redecorated and modernised and is now open for longer hours. Situated at 11, East Grinstead Road, Lingfield next to Costa Coffee the shop is open Monday to Saturday from 9:30 – 4:30 and sells clothes, books, toys, bric-a-brac and soft furnishings. The shop supports Cavendish House, a residential home for adults with learning disabilities situated in Saxbys Lane, Lingfield, and is staffed entirely by willing volunteers. Come and support a truly local charity while finding that unique bargain for yourself at the same time.




Gatwick Airport 


Check if your property is eligible for a grant towards noise insulation.

The Gatwick Airport noise insulation scheme is the most innovative in Europe.











If you belong to a local organisation and have a project you need to fund, please contact the clerk for an application form.



Following a public meeting held in September, a steering group has been formed and a web site has been set up:-

Your local youth club needs you!

Lingfield Youth Club are looking for Volunteer youth workers to lend a hand on Friday evenings 7.30pm - 9.30pm (term-time only).  This is a great opportunity to gain experience and give something back to your community.  For more information contact Lyndsey at or 07899 727080.