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    Welcome to Tandridge Parish Council

Tandridge Parish Council

Welcome to Tandridge Parish Council's website. 

Tandridge is a small rural parish in East Surrey approximately six miles long and rarely more than one mile wide. 

 The majority of the Parish of Tandridge follows Tandridge Lane. 

It begins from Barrow Green Road which is just over the A25 and continues through the area known as "Tandridge Village" past St Peter’s Church, with its famous yew tree, down past the forge and the Barley Mow public house to St Peter’s C of E Infant School. The Parish then runs the length of Tandridge Lane including the houses around Ardenrun and the small ‘hamlets’ such as Chathill and Crowhurst Lane End until it terminates at the Red Barn. 

The parish lies within the Green Belt and the majority of the parish is still used for agriculture.

Our aim as a Parish Council is to increase our links with the local community and keep parishioners informed about the work of the Parish Council. If you cannot find the information you are looking for please contact the Clerk Clare Crouch on 01342 604 338 or email tandridgepc@hotmail.co.uk

The Parish Council generally meets on the first Tuesday of each month, with the exception of August when there is no Parish Council meeting. For other meetings or changes to scheduled meetings please see the Calendar.

What do we do?

The Parish Council's duties include:

  • Reviewing and commenting on planning applications within the parish
  • Liaising with relevant authorities regarding infrastructure / policing/ community issues to represent your views and get the best advantage for the local area
  • Engaging with all interested parties regarding current and future shape of life in the local area

Who are we?

  • The Parish has Councillors who are elected by the residents every four years. For more information on your Councillors click here

When we meet

  • For more details on the dates, times and venue of Council meetings, please click here.

H2H Summer Workshop Schedule

Head2Head Sensory Theatre

Summer Workshops Unveiled at The Barn Hub: Oxted’s new accessible and inclusive space

The Barn Hub, headquarters of small theatre charity Head2Head Sensory Theatre, in Oxted, Surrey is thrilled to announce an exciting lineup of summer workshops from 7-23 August designed to ignite creativity, foster teamwork, and nurture artistic expression.

Unleash Your Creativity Brick by Brick with a LEGO challenge, have a laugh and craft a masterpiece in our art sessions or perform your heart away at our drama workshops. Aspiring artists and budding actors will be delighted to join in at The Barn Hub this summer!

Workshops are suitable for ages 7 - 19+, are priced at £7.50 per person and last 1.5 hours. Just pick the right age group session when booking online.

To book visitwww.h2hsensorytheatre.com/shop/tickets

About the workshops

The LEGO Challenge Workshop: Unleash Your Creativity Brick by Brick

9 & 21 August

Join us for an immersive LEGO experience like no other at our Brick Club: The LEGO Challenge Workshop! Participants will embark on a journey of imagination and collaboration, all while honing their building skills. Each session presents a new challenge, encouraging participants to think outside the box and unleash their creativity in a supportive environment.

"Laugh and Craft" Art Workshops: Where Every Stroke Tells a Story

7th, 20th and 22nd August

Calling all aspiring artists! Dive into a world of colors, textures, and limitless possibilities at our "Laugh and Craft" Art Workshops. From underwater adventures to garden scenes and magical creatures, each themed session offers the perfect opportunity to explore different artistic mediums and techniques. Let your imagination run wild as you create your masterpiece to take home and cherish.

Let’s Perform: Drama Workshops: Elevate Your Acting Skills

8th and 23rd August

Lights, camera, action! Join us for an unforgettable journey into the world of drama at our Let's Perform workshops. Learn a variety of acting skills and techniques, from tableau to rhythm, all while unleashing your inner performer. Whether you dream of gracing the stage or simply want to have fun and express yourself, our drama workshops offer something for everyone.

Workshop Schedules:

  • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM: Ages 19+

  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM: Ages 13-18 (Picnic meet-up at 12:00 PM, session starts at 12:30 PM)

  • 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM: Ages 7-12

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St Peters C of E Infant School

St Peters C of E Infant School is located in the heart of Tandridge Village and a fundamental part of village life.

For more information on the school please click here.

Open Mornings At St Peters C of E Infant School

Latest Parish News

Councillor Vacancy


July 2024
Councillor Vacancy

Councillor Vacancy 

If you are keen to be a Parish Council - Tandridge Parish Councillor currently have one vacancy! 

Do get in touch if you are interested 

Annual Parish Meeting

St Peters Church


March 2024
Annual Parish Meeting

Tandridge Parish Council invites all residents to come along on Tuesday 9th April 2024 - 7.30pm

At St Peters Church, Tandridge

It is an opportunity for residents to learn more about the the Parish Council, District Council and County Council and how they work in unison to improve your parish.

It is a lovely informal evening over some nibbles and a glass of wine/soft drink

Please do let me know if you are coming so we cater for correct numbers - it would be great to see you there

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