What is concerning you here in Cranleigh? come and chat?

What is concerning you here in Cranleigh? come and chat?

Come along! Wednesday 25th January from 6pm

Cranleigh Society invites you to The Three Horseshoes pub – Wednesday 25 January – for a meet up to talk through concerns and actions we can take to improve lives in Cranleigh.

Do come along.  The pub food is good too so we have our evening meal there.

Issues we are following and trying to influence for the better –

Planning applications, High Street, Thames Water, Cycling routes, GP surgery, further medical services, conservation of our Heritage – Cranleigh Cottage Hospital, water quality in our streams,


Surrey County Council & Cranleigh High Street Works Consultation

Cranleigh High Street Works public consultation 1st till 8th November in library

  1st & 3rd & 5th November at Cranleigh Library face to face and display remains till 8th November (10am). 

  • Tuesday 1st November – Face to face event with Surrey colleagues and residents – 11:00– 16:00
  • Thursday 3rd November – Face to face event with Surrey colleagues and residents – 15:00 – 18:45
  • Saturday 5th NOvember – Face to face event with Surrey colleagues and residents – 10:00 – 12:00

The display boards with the Cranleigh plans will remain on display until Tuesday 8th November (AM) for anyone who is unable to attend our face to face events.

Please note,  SCC will be collecting the boards on Tuesday 8th November around 10 / 11 am.

They will also create a QR code so that people can go online, see the proposals and submit their comments.  Also look out for flyers around the village soon.

Thanks to those who have responded so far – please encourage others to join in as soon as they can and to go along having had a good think about it all and respond to the consultation.

SCC has engaged a company to work with our councillors and paid officers and have come up with the plans. It has taken a long time and we need to really make them understand what we need and support. When the last tranche of dosh was spent on the High Street we ended up with lovely Fountain Square but less width opposite Knowle Lane.


MONDAY closed;   TUESDAY 9.30 – 5;  WEDNESDAY 9.30-5;  THURSDAY 9.30-5; FRIDAY 9.30-5; SATURDAY 9.S0-5; SUNDAY closed.

Get involved to plan Waverley’s cycle tracks, walkways and mobility access routes upgrades


Surrey County Council is preparing to develop a Local Cycle and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for Waverley Borough.  This plan would allow Surrey to bid to the Department for Transport for Active Travel Funding  to create and improve the infrastructure for cycling, walking and mobility access across our borough.   The Plan would also be used by Waverley Borough Council when assessing planning applications.

Before Surrey commissions the development of this Local Cycle and Walking Infrastructure Plan, they are  reaching out to local communities to tap into the local knowledge and expertise of organisations like the Cranleigh Civic Society.

What is your opinion? How strongly do you feel?  Waverley Officers really need help with their work to put the case for Waverley, and therefore Cranleigh.

Cranleigh Chamber of Commerce propose that the Downs Link should be made up to a standard that makes it safe for wheelchairs as well as making it more likely that cyclists will use it instead of their cars.

The Downs Link – the old railway line – is an adopted right of way for pedestrians, cyclists and horses.  Surrey County Council have previously stated that there aren’t enough people who would want to commute from Cranleigh to Guildford to warrant paying for the railway to come back, and even if that changes, the right of way must be maintained for pedestrians, cyclists and horses.

We look forward to hearing from you – comment below, email in reply, or  write to Cranleigh