Dates for the Diary

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Tuesday 16th January 2018 - Ashtead Players - Auditions for our April production (the farce Out Of Order by Ray Cooney) on Tuesday 16th January at Ashtead Cricket club, Woodfield Lane.
Contact: Dave Saunders 07860 567934, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or online at for more details. New members (acting and/or backstage) are very welcome.

Friday 19 January 2018 - Richard Hughes will talk about the popular writer, columnist and garden restorer Beverley Nichols - Ashtead’s Forgotten Celebrity. 8pm @ The Letherhead Institute, High Street, Leatherhead. Coffee at 7.30pm. Entrance £2. Non-members welcome.

Saturday 20th January 2018 - Ashtead Players Quiz Night at St George's Church Hall, Barnett Wood Lane. Tickets £12. Fish & Chip supper provided. Bring your own pud and drink. Doors open 7pm for 7:30 start. Teams of 6-8. Contact: Sue 01372 279614 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Friday 2nd February 2018 - The Ashtead Branch of the RNLI are holding a Quiz Night at Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall. Doors will open at 6.45 pm for a prompt start at 7.30 pm. The cost of a ticket is £12 which includes light refreshments. Alcoholic drinks have to be purchased at the bar. You can bring your own soft drinks. We ask for teams of 8 people. Any further information can be obtained from Ann Reynolds on 01372-277045..


Sunday 2 September 2018 - Put this in your diary now! - Leatherhead celebrates c.100, marking the centenary of the end of the First World War. A community legacy festival bringing together All generations in celebration of peace. To be held at the Fusion Leatherhead Sports Field LLC, Guildford Road, Fetcham, Leatherhead, KT22 9BL. Call to action.

We are looking for local musicians and performance Groups to help us in this celebration - to also promote their talents and skills to a large audience. We are also looking for individuals or companies with skills and/or resources to help us stage a spectacular event....if you think you can help? - you can!

Simply contact us via the website.



 Ashtead Choral Society's rehearsals take place at the APMH every Monday night between September and June from 8-10pm. This includes a coffee/tea break and a chance to mingle. We warmly welcome anyone who would like to join us at any time. For more information please email Sue at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., telephone 01372 272835, or visit our website Click here for current events.

St. George's Christian Centre Cafe - Follow the link for details of the events being held in the cafe.

Monday and Friday Evenings - Leatherhead Bridge Club. 7.30pm - 10.30pm. Meet at the Day Centre behind Sainsburys. For further information call John on 01372 459115.

1st Saturday of every month - Ashtead Independent Councillors operate a drop-in session at the Scout Hut in Woodfield. Sessions commence at 12 noon.

On the last Tuesday of every month, the Police hold a surgery for local residents in Ashtead at St George's Centre, Barnett Wood Lane from 10am until 11am.

1st Wednesday of the month at the APMH - Ashtead Flower Arrangement Group. 1.45pm - 4.30pm. Visitors Welcome. Contact Di on 279501.

1st Wednesday of the month at the APMH - Ashtead WI. 7.15pm for 7.30pm. Contact Sandra Brown on 276737.

On the third Wednesday of each month (except August) at the APMH the Ashtead Friendship Centre meets at 2pm. Contact Don Butt 01372 274288

On the 4th Wednesday of each month (except August and December) Ashtead Evening Townswomen’s Guild meets in the Ralli Room, Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall at 7.30 p.m.   New members are very welcome. Contact Mrs. Yvonne Chappell, Secretary AETG. Tel: 01372 272631 or Chairman Di James 273948.

24th January;  speaker “The Cinnamon Trust”  by Maxine Heasman

28th February;   speaker  “Trekking in Nepal”   Alison Rodda

28th March;     Annual General Meeting.

Thursday weekly at the APMH - Ashtead Over 60's Lunch Club meets in the Ralli Room for a freshly prepared lunch. Doors open at 10.30 for tea and biscuits. Lunch is served at 12.30 and consists of a piping hot main course and hot or cold pudding with custard (or ice cream ) if you like it. A cup of tea is then served for those who wish to sit around and chat for a little longer.

There are now a few places available so do call Olive on 01372 375640 or Brenda on 01372 813276 for a chat and further information.

Thursday weekly at The Cock Inn, Headley - Rotary Club of Ashtead. 7.30pm for 8pm for dinner. Visitors welcome. Contact Brian on 275860.

Third Thursday Monthly - "Stepping Stones Club" meets at Ashtead Baptist Church at 2.15pm. Varied programme of events. £2.00 over 55's welcome. For more information, contact Brian Chandler on  275206.

Friday weekly at the APMH - Morning coffee and scones served in the Ralli Room.

1st Friday of each month - Soup lunch held at St Michael's Church Hall, the Marld, Ashtead. Homemade soup, bread and pudding served with tea & coffee between 12 noon and 1.30pm, all for £5 in aid of Pricess Alice Hospice, CAFOD and BESOM.

2nd Friday of each month - Village Market, Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall, Woodfield Lane, KT21 2BE. 9.00am to 12.30pm except Christmas special in November which is 9am to 3pm. No market in August.
January 12th; February 9th; March 9th; April 13th; May 11th; June 8th; July 13th; September 14th; October 12th; November 9th (9 - 3pm); December 7th.

1st Friday quarterly starting 1st March 2018. The Friends of the Ashtead Peace Memorial Hall will be holding their usual quarterly dinners at the Hall. As usual the timing will be 6.30 for 7.00 p.m. at a cost of £22 for each three course dinner. This will, in each case, be followed by an entertainment, the details of which will be advised nearer each date.

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