Directory of Local Services
We are a small badminton club meeting at Glebelands school. We are a pay as you play club and each session costs £5.00. It is not suitable for an absolute beginner so we suggest some coaching prior to joining us if you have never played before.
CCS is a friendly choir, providing opportunities to participate in music making at the heart of the local community. A mix of traditional and modern choral music is rehearsed and performed. Three concerts are staged each year in the village, one of which is a joint concert with the Cranleigh School Chapel Choir.
Creative Response is an independent, arts related organisation established and run by professional, practising artists. We offer a unique, supportive environment promoting personal resilience and wellbeing through art. We work in partnership with other organisations and are part of The Welcome Project. We work closely with families, GP’s care co-ordinators, social workers, psychiatrists and other professionals.…
The death of someone close can be shattering. Everyone experiences grief differently; there is no ‘normal’ or ‘right’ way to grieve. How we react will be influenced by many different things, including our age and personality, our cultural background and religious beliefs, our previous experiences of bereavement, our circumstances and how we cope with loss. Cruse is a national charity that provides advice, information and support to anyone who has been bereaved (children, young people and adults), whenever or however the death occurred. …
If you are keen to volunteer for local groups or activities, this is a very useful website. Click on the link find groups that are asking for volunteers within a 3 mile radius of Cranleigh. You can alter the search area if you wish to broaden your search. Lots of the smaller groups who don’t use this site are also looking for volunteers so if you don’t find something that suits you do connect with SMART Cranleigh and we can signpost you to other local groups needing volunteers.…
Ewecare ia a good neighbours scheme that provides support to people of any age in the Ewhurst & Ellens green area.
Cranleigh 41 Club has been in existence for more than 45 years. It exists to provide continuity of service, fun and fellowship for members of Round Table who have had to leave Table, under its rules, at age 40 (now 45). The club meets monthly for dinner and at irregular times for social, sporting and other activities
Girl Guiding is the leading Charity for girls and women in the UK. We empower girls to be their best and face challenges through adventure, friendship & fun.
We would welcome adult volunteers to join our existing team. We need volunteers to help with weekly unit meetings for all sections, Rainbows, Brownies & Guides. We are also looking for a volunteer to take on the role of District Commissioner.…
We are now facing the greatest challenge of our times – how to halt climate change and move to sustainable lifestyles BUT, living a sustainable lifestyle is not a sacrifice;
it’s different yes, but it’s also chemical-free, healthier, much cheaper(!) and a way of living that is in harmony with the planet, wildlife and ourselves!
If you would like help, then look no further. …
Wado Ryu Karate training sessions every Friday evening in Cranleigh.
Adults and children welcome 7-9PM
Call 07806732161 for more information. Please leave message and your call will be returned or you can find more information online.
We raise money for mainly local projects and causes through a number of events, including the Eggstravaganza in aid of Surrey Air Ambulance,Great Easter Egg Hunt on Good Friday, Cranleigh Carnival in June, Classic Car Show in August, Bonfire Night Firework Display in November and Christmas Hamper Appeal in December. Please consult our website for meeting times & more information.
Cranleigh Men’s Shed is about social interaction and friendship building, sharing skills and knowledge, and of course a lot of laughter. The Men’s Shed is a community project for men to connect, converse and create.
Messy Church meets every 2nd Sunday of the month. The session begins with craft & activities for all ages followed by some time for interactive worship, talk and a meal together. Its free and all ages are welcome
Cranleigh Methodist Church exists “because you matter”. In addition to our weekly services our belief is that social welfare, community involvement, and fellowship are equally important aspects of ‘our calling’. To that end we have a fortnightly fellowship meeting, a weekly coffee morning, and during term times a weekly conversation group for ESOL
The Club is for retired and semi-retired professional and business persons resident in the Cranleigh area. It currently only admits men but hopes to admit ladies In the near future. It meets for lunch once a month and spouses also attend 3 times a year. Other social activities take place in conjunction with the Cranleigh ‘B’ and Bramley Probus Clubs
We are a centre for the community offering our clients a hot two course meal five days a week, hairdressing salon, nails and body waxing, chiropody service, daily activities, day trips and short holidays. Rowleys operate the local community meals service which provides and delivers hot meals. The centre is available for hire at very competitive rates.
We are a ladies only running club for those who like to keep fit and have fun at the same time. We run 3 times a week in term time Sunday’s 7.30pm, Tuesdays 7.30pm and Fridays 7pm. Through the holidays we only run on Sunday nights. At the beginning of each term we also offer a Walk2Run course for complete beginners.…
We are an education centre with 60 acres of woods, meadows and ponds. We have over 100 adventure & exploration activities alongside camping facilities and community halls. We run Holiday Clubs, School Visits, Community Events, Birthday Parties, etc.
We have a charitable branch which allows disadvantaged people to access our facilities.
We are very flexible and have lots to offer the local community.…
Surrey Hills Singing School – a family of choirs. The choirs combine each year for some concerts, enabling parents to perform with their children. Practising the joint songs is a popular bonding activity.
We would love to hear from anyone interested in accompanying the children’s choirs.
Training in performing arts for children aged 6-18. Weekly classes. Core skills training, shows,Talent management, LAMDA exams Private tuition,voice & diction,TV & Film technique, script work Improvistaion.
Cranleigh SC is a friendly, Swim Mark Accredited club with an enthusiastic group of swimmers from 7 years and over. The main activity of the club is competitive swimming with 3 licensed Open Meets (home galas) each year. Swimmers mainly reach County or Regional standard, though some of our top swimmers have reached National standard. We follow a progressive squad system like most clubs, and swimmers joining as 7-8 year olds would typically start in the Intro Squads where strokes are worked on, progressing on through to our Development Squad.
We consist of a group of volunteers who provide help in the community by providing transport to hospital, surgeries, dentists etc.
Clients contact us by ringing the duty officer on 07908 976394 between 10am & 12 noon Monday to Friday
Clients are asked to make a contribution towards our costs
WeCare is a support group for people with dementia and their carers. The group provides a stimulating two hours for people with dementia, and an opportunity for carers to enjoy the company of others in the same situation.