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Activities around Box Hill

Box Hill Good Neighbours

The Ashtead Beadworkers meet on the 1st Friday of each month to ply their craft, exchange knowledge, and enjoy a chat over a nice cup of tea! New joiners always welcome.
Betty Newman T: 01372 272971 E : foxhollow©
 Box Craft Club

Village Hall, 4th Wednesday, 2.00 - 4.30 pm.  For more details please contact June Parrett - 01737 842455. The Craft Club was formed in June 2008.  We are a small friendly group of ladies and one gentleman who have a good knowledge of various craft techniques between us which we are willing to share.  Each month we have a class in a particular craft and those not wishing to join in bring their own project to work on while enjoying the company of others.  Prospective new members are always welcome to come and visit us to see what we do.

Membership at the moment is £15.00 a year, and we contribute 30p each time towards our refreshments.  Visitors pay £2.00.

For more information please contact June on 01737 842455.

 Box Hill Evening WI  
Venue: Box Hill Village Hall, Boxhill Rd, KT20 7JT
Disabled Access: Side Doors of Hall
Week: 2nd Week
Day: Thursday
Time: 7.30 pm Box Hill Evening WI is now 41 years old.  At present we have a membership of 27. Among other activities, we enjoy theatre trips and skittle evenings.  We are part of the Surrey Federation of WIs who also organise events around the County.

Our meetings are always friendly and informal.  We have interesting speakers at most meetings but also some informal meetings such as our Birthday Party.

To find out more phone Celia Toms - 01737 844046.
The re-named Box Hill Knitters are also an established group who would love to welcome you on the 3rd Friday of every month to relax with your knitting over coffee and cake. It’s a great opportunity to share knitting (and crochet) tips and ideas, sort out problems and generally have time out to be inspired! All abilities from beginners to the seriously expert are very welcome.

Debbie Gullick T: 0208 660 2252 E: debbie.gullick©

 Box Hill Moves Fitness  
Box Hill Village Hall, Boxhill Road, next to St Andrews Church MAP Thursdays – 11.00 am Run by Val Cross.  Click here to visit Val’s page, or ring Val 
 Telephone: 01737 843165 Email:

 Box Hill Village Hall

To book the village hall please contact Karen Nearn
01737 844284

 Box Hill Computer Project    
The Box Hill Computer Club closed at the end of 2016 after running for 11 years.

Box Hill Good Neighbours

Village Hall, 2nd  and 4th Mondays of each month from 2.00 - 4.00 pm.

Don't know which way to turn:  Need a little direction? Or help with applyng for benefits:  The team is there to assist the over sixties living on the Hill for advice on most problems. Alternatively leave a message on 01737 841172 and they will contact you as soon as possible.
The Good Neighbours team offer essential services to the elderly and disabled on the hill, including volunteer drivers to help residents attend hospital appointments. Since the group started in 2011 825 trips have been arranged. They currently have 5 regular drivers who take residents to a variety of hospitals across Surrey and London. The cost to residents is 50p per mile, 45p of which is given to the driver.  They are members of the National Good Neighbour Care Scheme. They are always looking for more volunteer drivers, especially lady drivers.  If you could volunteer for just 2 or 3 hours a month please do contact Glenys (01737 842471 or Mike Balch, the Transport Co-ordinator (07903 178335)


Box Hill Yoga

The following classes are held at the village hall:

Tuesday         9.15 - 10.45 am   mixed ability yoga
Tuesday         11.00 - 12.15 am   baby yoga
Tuesday         6.00 -   7.30 pm   mixed ability yoga
Wednesday  6.00 -   7.30 pm   beginners yoga
Friday          6.00 -   7.15 pm   pregnancy yoga
Friday          7.30 -   9.00 pm   mixed ability yoga

There is also a class on Monday afternoon in Fetcham, anual retreats in Dorset and India.  Diane teaches a 60 hour BWY Foundation course each year.

For more details contact Diane 01737 844177
 The East Surrey Guild of Weavers, Spinners, and Dyers are known as Creative Fibres as they encourage and enjoy all textile related disciplines. As a member you have the opportunity to improve and expand your skills, as well as meet new friends with similar interests. Many of the members are also keen participants in separate spinning, weaving, braiding and beading groups, which meet on other days during the month. 
Rachel Glasgow T: 01737 642621 or 0775 901 4521 E: secretary©
The Epsom Spinners (the woolly sort) have been meeting every month for some 25 years and are delighted to invite you to their new venue on the 2nd Friday of every month. Find out how to spin different fibres, use a spinning wheel and ultimately create your own ‘designer’ yarns. New and experienced spinners are most welcome at our informal, eclectic gatherings.

Roz LangendoenT: 0208 393 6077E:

Walking is the best way to explore the beauty of Box Hill. This is a good link to suggested walks.
National Trust Box Hill Walk
Juniper Hall Walk
Headley Heath Butterfly Walk

Doctors Surgery

Hillside, Box Hill

01737 843525

0845 125 2222


Malcolm Ladell
01737 843644

Box Hill Villagers

Village Hall 3rd Thursday monthly, 2.30 pm. They currently have 35 members and always welcome new ones.  They organise outings in addition to their meetings.  Membership is £12 a year.  Contact Val Cross  on 
Telephone: 01737 843165 Email:
Friends of St Andrew's
Mission Statement
To foster the welfare of all those using our Church and extend this care to the wider community of the village.


To plan and arrange fund raising events for the benefit of the community.
To plan and support "Songs of Praise" services to be held on the first Sunday of every month.
To disseminate adequate, clear, and concise information, and establish effective communication with other local organisations.
To involve more villagers in social activities.
To invest income where appropriate within a charitable trust.
To be accountable to the Charity Commission for the management of finance.

St Andrew's Church Box Hill (Church of England)
Dedicated in 1969, St Andrew’s is a bright, modern building whose simple style and large windows make it an uplifting place in which to meditate or celebrate according to the occasion.
Services are held most Sunday mornings at 10:30am with a range of formats offering something to people of most Christian traditions.  
  • On the first Sunday of the month we hold Songs Of Praise, a non-denominational service  arranged by Glenys Sahay (01737 842471) and the Friends of St Andrew’s
  • On the second Sunday we celebrate Parish Communion at our sister Church of St Mary’s, Headley (Rector – Linda Harknett 01372 377327)
  •   On the third Sunday we celebrate a Morning Praise service, followed by coffee and fellowship, a short said Communion service then follows for those who wish to stay.
  • On the fourth Sunday services of Morning Praise are led by Chris Hancock with a focus on the bible readings set for the week and the relevance of scripture to modern life (themes can be viewed and discussed in advance on
 (Before attending any service it is worth checking in Box Hill News or the Parish website as the programme alters with the seasons) All services are followed by coffee, fellowship and a liberal supply of fairtrade biscuits!  So whatever your tradition and however long it is since you last went to Church feel free to come and worship with us.   NB St Andrew’s is also home to:  
  • The Box Hill Good Neighbours Team . Help is offered with benefit form filling, transport to hospital/church, and it is time to Drop In for a cuppa on the second Monday of each month at 2.30 pm. 
  • Afternoon tea on the 4th Monday of the month at 2.30 pm.
  • A Meditation Group which meets on the first and third Mondays of each month at 2.30 pm.  The sessions are open to all and Prayer is followed by tea and cakes and discussion. 
The Line Dancing class is for adults of all ages and is " Funforafiver " .  The class combines all styles of music to line dance to  - from C & W to swing , latin , ballroom , disco etc. It's fun, it's social and it keeps you fit , with music from all era's. For more information contact Gilly on 07920095132.   Gilly has taught all styles of dance from Tap Dance to Modern Jazz Dance  for the last 20 years in Leisure Centres in Sutton and performed in Cabaret throughout uk , and still runs an entertainment evening for all social functions . 

This a small, but perfectly formed group of residents who live on The Hill with a passion for gardening.  The group meets approximately every 6 weeks.  It is very informal, but includes a useful exchange of ideas on every aspect of gardening.  Anyone is welcome to come along to a meet to see if they would like to attend more regularly.  This year the group hopes to arrange visits to local gardens of interest.  For more information contact Julie Lever on 01737 843284.    {
The group meets  every Tuesday in the Village hall for bingo and a chat from 2 - 4.30 pm
The subscriptions is £1.50 per week.  tea and cake is available for £1.  They have an Xmas Dinner which paid for by the club and they try to organise a trip during the summer
They are a friendly bunch of people and would welcome new members, so please think about going along.  It is a great way to get to know more people who live on the Hill.
The chairperson is  David House, the Treasurer is Janet Hobbs and the Secretary is Brian Hobbs
For more information contact Brian Hobbs - telephone 01737844647, email
Dandelion Theatre - Drama, Dance and Singing Classes for children aged 4 – 11.
Langley Vale village hall. 12 week term Mondays: 7-11 year olds Drama: 4pm-5pm, Street dance: 5pm-6pm Fridays:  7-11 year old girls Musical Theatre: 4pm-5.30pm Saturdays: 4-7 year olds  Drama, dance, song: 9.30am-11am.  For more details visit their website - 
The Heath Players at Box Hill

The Heath Players are a small amateur dramatic society based at the Box Hill Village Hall, where we have been putting on one or two or more productions every year since the present village hall was built in 1972.

Past productions have included classics by Shakespeare, Coward and Shaw, as well as works by modern playwrights, pantomime and competitive pieces.  The high point in the society's history was undoubtedly in 1987, when it won the British Festival of One Act Plays with a production of Act 2 of "Private Lives" by Noel Coward.

In more recent years, the group has entered plays for the Leatherhead Drama Festival, with both Act 3 of "Plaza Suite" by Neil Simon and "A Respectable Funeral"  by Jimmy Chinn winning acclaim.  Currently, theatre suppers are very popular with our local audience.

The Heath Players meet most Tuesdays at 8pm in the Boxhill Village Hall, and the Company is always delighted to welcome new members

For more information, contact Caroline on 01306 887159, or visit our website at