Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects Tandridge

Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects is for larger capital projects in excess of £10,000 that will provide wide community benefit. Due to the size of the funding awarded, Large Community Projects are subject to a staged application process. For more information and how to apply visit Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects fund.

Examples of the types of projects it can be used for include:

  • New community centres
  • Local swimming pools
  • Sports pavilions or clubhouses
  • Collaborative workspaces
  • New football pitches
  • Community food growing space

To view the projects that have been funded or live projects open for comment, visit have your say Your Fund Surrey.

New picnic tables for Tatsfield Village Green

Your Fund Surrey has funded £10,645.80 towards this project. The project is to purchase 10 recycled plastic picnic tables and four planters to put on our village green for the use and enjoyment of the whole community. They will be environmentally-friendly, recycled plastic tables.

The Limpsfield Way

Your Fund Surrey has funded £44,000 towards this project. The Limpsfield Way is a circular walk from Limpsfield Chart to Limpsfield with signpost discs and information boards explaining the interesting history of the area, and it will use existing bridleways and footpaths. There will also be natural, wooden play equipment for children. There will be a map in both villages, with online directions to download, a QR code for information and feedback, and paper copies of the map. The route is just over four miles long, with no stiles, only shallow slopes and it includes a shorter route for disabled visitors. As well as exploring both villages, the route goes through woodland and open countryside with views of the North Downs and across to west Surrey.

Master Park Community Pavilion

Your Fund Surrey has funded £1,860,000 towards this project. The plan is to rebuild master park pavilion. The new building will be a multi-use facility and will have a Café on the Park, able & disabled public toilets, community rooms for classes and activities such as exercise, bridge & book clubs, dance & acting workshops, wellness groups etc. and all operating along-side a multitude of resident sports clubs.