Community groups carry out a vital role across Surrey, encouraging people to feel part of their local area, and helping support this area to grow and develop. They are about joining up and joining in to make things happen. We have a wide variety of community groups within Surrey. Below is a small selection of community groups and clubs in Tandridge.
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- Arts, culture and heritage
- Sports, health and fitness
- Community support
- Leisure, parks and green spaces
- Hobbies, interests and clubs
- Libraries, community centres and faith groups
Arts, culture and heritage
East Surrey Museum
The East Surrey Museum is a small but highly attractive museum dedicated to the preservation and display of artefacts and documents relating to the social history, archaeology and geology of East Surrey from the earliest times to the more recent past. For more information visit East Surrey Museum.
The Bourne Society is a local history society based in north-east Surrey. The objects of the Society are to extend the knowledge of local history and to ensure the preservation of records and objects of historical interest. For more information visit Bourne Society.
Sports, health and fitness
Community swimming pools and sports hubs
Community swimming pools and sport hubs are vibrant hubs of fun, fitness, and togetherness. A place for families, friends, and neighbours to relax, exercise, and create lasting memories. Whether it's a dip in the cool water, swimming laps, or lounging by the poolside, They are the heart of community enjoyment. For more information and to find your local community swimming pools and sport hubs see the list below:
East Surrey Walkers
They are a sociable group whose primary aim is to enjoy walking and protect the places we love to walk in. Walking with a group is a great way to get out in the fresh air, make new friends and enjoy the beautiful countryside. For more information visit East Surrey Walkers.
Warm Welcome venues
We have re-opened warm spaces across Surrey, now known as Warm Welcome venues. Warm Welcome venues are open to all residents this winter free of charge – no matter your age or situation. Find out about Warm Welcome venues in your local area.
No one in our community should have to face going hungry. That's why local foodbanks provided nutritionally balanced food and support to local people who are referred to them. For more information and to find your local foodbank see the list below:
The Whyteleafe community hub
The Whyteleafe Community HUB has lots of dedicated volunteers who aim to create a stronger, inclusive community by running lots of great groups and activities locally. For more information visit Whyteleafe community hub.
Bletchingley skills centre
This fantastic centre empowers adults with disabilities through lifelong learning for increased independence, social interaction, and self-confidence in a friendly and informal environment. For more information visit Bletchingley skills centre.
Tandridge voluntary action
Tandridge Voluntary Action (TVA) is a charity supporting the voluntary, faiths and community sectors in the district of Tandridge in Surrey. For more information visit Tandridge Voluntary Action.
Citizens Advice Tandridge
An independent charity who provide free, confidential, impartial advice on everyday issues such as debt, housing, benefits. For more information visit Citizens Advice Tandridge.
Leisure, parks and green spaces
Regardless of whether you are an experienced or novice gardener, an allotment could offer you more than you think - it could provide you with a new hobby, exercise and fresh home grown, even organic, produce. It's a great way to save money as well as encourage a healthier lifestyle. For more information visit Tandridge allotments.
Parks, play areas and green spaces
Tandridge's parks, green spaces, and natural landscapes are the places where people can relax, exercise, play, and enjoy the natural heritage and culture. They also provide habitat for wildlife and contribute to improving local air quality. For details of parks, play areas and open spaces in Tandridge visit Tandridge green spaces directory.
Hobbies, interests and clubs
1st Whyteleafe scout group
Have fun, try new things and make friends. From rock climbing, to kayaking, to cooking, there's something for everyone. For more information visit 1st Whyteleafe Scout Group.
Libraries, community centres and faith groups
Our libraries are Where It Happens. Did you know that our libraries are the social, economic, learning and cultural hubs right at the heart of our local communities. From rhymetime, crafts, coding and chess clubs, helping people to improve their computer skills, supporting new businesses, author talks, hosting reading groups and exhibitions. Your local library has it all. For more information and to find your local library see the list below:
- Lingfield Community Library
- Oxted Library
- Caterham Hill Library
- Warlingham Community Library
- Caterham Valley Library
Discover the heart of your community at community centres across Tandridge. They offer a diverse range of activities and services for all ages, fostering connections, learning, and well-being. They are vibrant, inclusive spaces where friendships are forged, knowledge is shared, and the community thrives. For more information and to find your local community centre see the list below:
Please note: Our directory contains a varied range of service providers, many of which are not connected with Surrey County Council. The information has not been verified by Surrey County Council for accuracy. When contacting any service provider, we encourage you to take note of any safeguarding and health and safety requirements involved with the activity and to check if the providers have relevant qualifications for insurance purposes.