Cranleigh Artisan Market Saturday 1st July

Cranleigh Artisan Market Saturday 1st July

This Saturday why not visit Cranleigh High Street and find lovely things to buy for home and gifts. 

Cranleigh is lucky to host monthly markets put on by Surrey Hills Enterprises. Click here to access their website. They are a vibrant, exciting and innovative community of organisations committed to providing local, high-quality product and services.  If you love making things well enough to sell this is the place for you.

Cranleigh Society will have a stand to promote a place where everyone is able to visit and say what is concerning them or giving them joy about living in and around Cranleigh.  We look forward to seeing you.

best regards

The Team


Coronation Celebration Sunday 11am to 5pm Cranleigh High Street

Coronation Celebration Sunday 11am to 5pm Cranleigh High Street

Cranleigh High Street and Common will be fun and full of activities, food and music this Sunday. 

Village Hall – Craft Fair

Stocklund Square – Craft Fair and Music at 1 pm and open mic from 2 pm

Fountain Square – Mooh Ice Creams, Piggy Rolls Hog Roast, music from the Horsham Band 2 pm till 4 pm.

Common (near the war memorial) – Girl Guides Gazebo and large games, Bensons fun fair and Children’s entertainer 12 noon till 3pm, and you can picnic on the common too.

AND the Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh – Prince Edward and Sophie – will visit and speak with representatives of the Lions and the Council.  What an honour!  

So come on Cranleigh – bring your picnics, stroll along the shops and market stalls, settle down with hog roast and ice creams and listen to the music.  




2 reminders Cranleigh Society meet up tomorrow and Band room Friday afternoon

Come along the The Three Horseshoes pub Wednesday 26th April around 6pm (or later) to meet and chat about all things Cranleigh!  We usually eat there too.
Memories – do you have memories of Cranleigh and its hospital from long ago?
If so can you join us at the Band room this Friday afternoon, 2-7, to chat and share and maybe allow recording of you telling stories from long ago??
please phone Sue 07946 590 347 to say what time you’d like to come along, and if you need some help.
We look forward to hearing your stories
Cranleigh Society pub Meet up Wednesday 26th April from 6pm

Cranleigh Society pub Meet up Wednesday 26th April from 6pm

Hello all – it’ll be the fourth Wednesday in April next week so do come along and join us in the Three Horseshoes pub from 6pm.

The Parish and Borough Councillors are now ‘in purdah’ meaning they are not working until after 4th May elections. Whatever your opinions we can chat casually and maybe enjoy a meal at the pub as well.

What is really affecting you these days?  How do you think Cranleigh Society could help? What should we campaign about most urgently?  Will you help?

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.

best regards

The Team

Parliamentary Boundaries Review Consultation

Parliamentary Boundaries are changing so MPs will contest newly drawn areas

This stage of the consultation closes on 8 May 2023. Local Government Boundary Commission England, Surrey County Council,  wants to know what you think?  Around 71,000 voters per MP.

Review Consultation

who will be standing for election in our area in the next General Election?  Who will be our constituency neighbours?

There is a consultation offering for you to join in – please click here to access the website.

The current proposals put Cranleigh in a new constituency outside of Guildford. The 21 areas included are shown here  :

Alfold, Cranleigh Rural and Ellens Green;  Ash South and Tongham; Ash Vale; Ash Wharf; Blackheath and Wonersh; Bramley, Busbridge and Hascombe; Chiddingfold and Dunsfold; Cranleigh East; Cranleigh West; Elstead and Thursley; Godalming Binscombe; Godalming Central and Ockford; Godalming Charterhouse; Godalming Farncombe and Catteshall; Godalming Holloway; Milford; Pilgrims; Shalford; Shamley green and Cranleigh North; Tillingbourne; Witley and Hambledon;

Review timescales

28/02/23 – 08/05/23  Consultation on new boundaries

01/08/23 – 09/10/23  Consultation on draft recommendations

09/01/24  Final recommendations published

The Commission is the independent body that draws these boundaries. It is reviewing Surrey to make sure councillors represent about the same number of electors, and that division arrangements help the council work effectively. It wants to be sure that its proposals reflect community ties and identities.

The Commission is interested in views on which communities should be part of the same division. What facilities do people share, such as parks, leisure centres or schools and shopping areas? What issues do neighbouring communities face that they have in common, such as high numbers of visitors or heavy traffic? Have there been new housing or commercial developments that have changed the focus of communities? And are there roads, rivers, railways or other features that people believe form strong boundaries between neighbourhoods?

The Commission will use local views to help it draw up proposals for new division boundaries. There will be a further round of consultation once the Commission has drawn up those proposals.

This electoral review will make recommendations for the electoral arrangements of the county council only. The Commission will seek to use the district ward boundaries where possible as the building blocks for the new county council divisions. For Tandridge, a separate electoral review of the district council is ongoing and is due to be completed in October 2023. New wards in Tandridge will be taken into account before finalising the county council divisions.