Directory of Local Services

Photo of Art Group, (Fridays), Cranleigh Art Group, (Fridays), Cranleigh
01483 272055

Every Friday from 10am until 12 noon. There is no instruction, it is more a workshop but members are always happy to share their expertise. We have a wide variety of skills using different media. The cost is £4 per session payable weekly so there is no loss if you have to miss a few sessions which is popular.…

Photo of Babies & Toddlers – Sunshine Toddlers, Cranleigh Baptist Babies & Toddlers – Sunshine Toddlers, Cranleigh Baptist

The Sunshine Toddler group runs on Mondays from 10.15-11.45am during term time.

Photo of Baby & Toddler Group – St Peter & St Paul, Ewhurst Baby & Toddler Group – St Peter & St Paul, Ewhurst
01483 351386

Baby & Toddler Group provide craft tables, fruit snacks, singalongs, lots of toys, fresh coffee and tea for parents & carers.

Photo of Badminton Club, Cranleigh Badminton Club, Cranleigh
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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.

Photo of BAPTIST CHURCH, Cranleigh BAPTIST CHURCH, Cranleigh
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Toddlers welcomes babies, toddlers, parents, grandparents and carers.
Senior Link for people over 60 years old.
Variety of youth work both on Sundays and midweek.
Food Bank is open to assist anyone in our community.
All these events take place at Cranleigh Baptist Church in our various rooms.

Photo of Bowls Club, Cranleigh Bowls Club, Cranleigh
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Bowls is an exciting and competitive sport at all levels. It is a great pastime just to enjoy, relax and meet new friends from the local community. Our Club is open to new members, both male and female, no matter what your age, experience or standard.

The club is a section of the Cranleigh Village Sports and Social Club in Parsonage Road.…

Photo of Bowls Club, Ewhurst Bowls Club, Ewhurst
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We are a very friendly club who will welcome new bowlers or current bowlers of any ability.  We have two coaches who will be happy to give lessons or guidance. We meet at Ewhurst Recreation Ground

Photo of Bright Care Bright Care
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Established in 2009, Bright Care is an award winning and family-run business providing in-home senior care and companionship. Ten years on and we are proud to be one of the top providers of premium in-home care, providing care for hundreds of families across Scotland and England.

At Bright Care, we find joy in alleviating the stress and frustrations associated with quality care provision for family members, and empowering elderly people to live at home.…

Photo of Café Culture – Age UK Café Culture – Age UK

Meet new people and build new friendships.
Come along and join Age UK Surrey for a chat every Wednesday 10.30 a.m.- 12.30 pm at Manns of Cranleigh coffee shop. Anyone aged 50+ is welcome, no booking required.

Get to know others who live in your area and enjoy a weekly get-together in a friendly, social environment.…

Photo of Camera Club, Cranleigh Camera Club, Cranleigh

Cranleigh Camera Club was established in the 1960s and we currently have around 40 members of various ages and photographic abilities.

CCC is a small friendly club catering for people of all ages and photographic abilities and is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain through the Surrey Photographic Association.

If you enjoy photography and may be looking to improve your photographic skills, or wish to share your photographic experiences with other like minded people, then please come along to one of our meetings.

Photo of Catholic Church, Cranleigh Catholic Church, Cranleigh
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We comprise the Catholic Parish of Cranleigh and Bramley.  Our churches are a strong, vibrant and diverse community within the villages & surrounding area. We have a care group who provide support for those who are sick or housebound. We have lots of small groups such as the choir, prayer groups, lunch & coffee groups, and Ladies & Gentlemen’s groups which everyone is invited to join.…

Photo of Church Choir – St. Nicolas, Cranleigh Church Choir – St. Nicolas, Cranleigh
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Adult mixed voice choir affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music, singing mainly at Sunday services and  presenting over 50 anthems & canticles a year drawn from the great Anglican choral tradition and beyond, ranging from the 16th century to the present day. We are a friendly group singing beautiful music to the glory of God.

Photo of Coffee Mornings – Welcome to Cranleigh! Coffee Mornings – Welcome to Cranleigh!

Meeting every Tuesday, Smart Cranleigh’s ‘Welcome Coffee Mornings’  are held at Oliver House, next to Cromwell’s in Cranleigh High Street.

Whether you are new to Cranleigh, or have been here for ages, you are very welcome to join us for refreshments from 10.30 – 12.00 noon.  You will be able to meet others from the village and surrounding areas for a friendly chat. …

Photo of Community Choir, Cranleigh Community Choir, Cranleigh
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The Cranleigh Community Choir has been running at Cranleigh Arts Centre since January 2006.  We meet from 7.30pm – 9.15pm on Thursday evenings (we have 3 ten week terms per year).  There are NO auditions, so if you’re interested, please just turn up for a FREE taster session, where you’ll receive a warm welcome from our lovely, friendly members – and me of course! …

Photo of Community Lunch Community Lunch
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Three course community lunch for a £3 donation Don’t be alone, Come & make new friends 1st Tuesday of each month.

Photo of Connect Cranleigh Connect Cranleigh

This group has not, as yet, got “off the ground”!
It is conceived as providing a place for:
those who are newly retired
are new to the area or
perhaps have been in Cranleigh for ages and are just seeking friendship
It is envisaged that different topics could be discussed, dependent upon the interests of those who come along.…

Photo of Cranleigh & District Walkers’ Club Cranleigh & District Walkers’ Club
01483 268694

We are a friendly walking club who have been enjoying the countryside around Cranleigh for over 35 years. We would love to have more members to join us on our Saturday morning walks of up to 5 miles, concluding with lunch at a local pub.

For more information please contact

Jackie on 01483 268694 or email

Photo of Cranleigh Art & Crafts Society Cranleigh Art & Crafts Society
01483 278698

Cranleigh Art & Crafts Society welcomes anybody over the age of 15 to join.

The objects of the Society are to stimulate and foster local interest in Art and Crafts of all kinds through activities such as exhibitions, lectures, workshops and demonstrations.

The Society holds 2 Exhibitions in Cranleigh Village Hall each year, one in March and the other in October.…

Photo of Cranleigh Arts Centre Cranleigh Arts Centre

About Cranleigh Arts Centre
We aim:
“To enrich, entertain & inspire our community…”

We are a small Arts Centre based in Cranleigh, Surrey, offering Arts and Entertainment to the local community.

Most people don’t know that we haven’t had Arts Council funding since 2008 and to stay open, we are independently run by a small team of three enthusiastic staff, with help from volunteers!…

Photo of Cranleigh Choral Society Cranleigh Choral Society

Cranleigh Choral Society is a friendly choir at the heart of the village community in Cranleigh.
Members are able to take part in high level music making and to join in the varied social events which take place during the year.
Come along and join us whether as a singing member or as a member of our audience.…

Photo of Cranleigh Library Cranleigh Library
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Cranleigh Library is situated on the high Street (just past Handymans and before the Lemon Grass.

It is free to join the library as long as you live, work or study in Surrey, just bring along proof of address and we can join you up.  Membership includes all 50 libraries in Surrey.  We also have free WiFi, plus as a member you can use our PC’s for 2 hours a day. …

Photo of Cranleigh Rotary Celebrating 50 years of Serving Our Community Cranleigh Rotary Celebrating 50 years of Serving Our Community

Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.Solving real problems takes real commitment and vision. For more than 110 years, Rotary’s people of action have used their passion, energy, and intelligence to take action on sustainable projects.…

Photo of Cranleigh Runners Cranleigh Runners

Cranleigh Runners – just turn up on Tuesday evenings at 19:30 in the Stocklund Square Car Park – AKA – The Sainsbury’s car park.


Includes: Annual ARC insurance, Race Discounts, Club events, Free MABAC league, Events Committee…

Photo of Cranleigh Society Cranleigh Society

The Cranleigh Civic Society was set up on 9 October 2014 in response to the huge threat to our village by the deluge of planning applications being submitted for residential development on Cranleigh’s Green Fields. We are run entirely by volunteers from the Cranleigh Community.

The Society’s strength depends upon its members. Increased membership brings greater influence.…

Photo of Cranleigh Village Sports & Social Club Cranleigh Village Sports & Social Club
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Cranleigh Village Sports & Social Club catering for all of the village’s social needs

A club for all the village

“Good Beer. Good Food. Good Times”


Come say hello

Mon: 6.00pm – 11:00pm
Tue: 6.00pm – 11:00pm
Wed: 6.00pm – 11:00pm
Thu: 12.00pm – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Fri: 12.00pm – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 11:30pm
Sat: 12.00pm – 11:30pm
Sun: 12.00pm – 11:00pm

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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.…

Photo of CrUSE Bereavement Care (SW Surrey) CrUSE Bereavement Care (SW Surrey)
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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.  …

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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.…

01483 268694

Ewecare ia a good neighbours scheme that provides support to people of any age in the Ewhurst & Ellens green area.

Photo of Food Bank, Cranleigh Food Bank, Cranleigh
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Get involved!
Our volunteers are from across the community…

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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

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This Club is nearing the end of its 4th decade and exists to promote understanding and strengthen the bonds between the two communities – Cranleigh & Vallender in Germany.  This is done through exchange visits and cultural, social, sporting, business and council contacts. These take place within the club and between schools, other clubs, firms & societies.

Photo of Girl Guides, Cranleigh Girl Guides, Cranleigh

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.…

Photo of Green Lifestyle Green Lifestyle

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. …

Photo of History Society, Cranleigh History Society, Cranleigh
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We are a group of people interested in both local & general history. Our membership currently stands at over 100. We hold an archive of local history documents, photos & postcards and are pleased to hear from anyone with local knowledge or material that we can add to our collections. We try to answer queries about local and family history where possible.…

Photo of History Society, Ewhurst History Society, Ewhurst

Monthly lectures relating to local history of Surrey and South East outings and social events. Publications on Ewhurst Local History

Photo of Karate Club, Cranleigh Karate Club, Cranleigh

Wado Ryu Karate training sessions every Friday evening in Cranleigh.
Adults and children welcome 7-9PM
Juniors 6-7PM
Call 07806732161 for more information.  Please leave message and your call will be returned or you can find more information online.

Photo of Lions Club, Cranleigh & District Lions Club, Cranleigh & District
0845 833 2711

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.

Photo of Memory Lane Memory Lane
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Memory Lane @ Cranleigh Arts Centre 1st & 3rd Monday afternoons from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm.

Come for refreshments, friendship, chat etc.
Activity choices for those with dementia to enjoy and a relaxing time for those who care.
A chance to speak with others who also care for their loved ones.

Just turn up – you will be made most welcome.…

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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.

Photo of Messy Church – St Nicolas, Cranleigh Messy Church – St Nicolas, Cranleigh
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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

Photo of Methodist Church, Cranleigh Methodist Church, Cranleigh
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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

Photo of parkrun, Cranleigh parkrun, Cranleigh

A fun, timed, 5km run or walk event is held at the Bruce McKenzie Memorial Field, Cranleigh, every Saturday at 9.00 am.  The course is run on a mixture of public footpaths and grass. Some sections of the course may accumulate mud, leaves and puddles after rain. Dependent on availability, marshals will be at key sections of the course, or signs will be in place.…


Cranleigh Plant Share was started in April 2019 and has proven very popular amongst its growing membership – even better, everything is given away for free!
As a member of the plant share, you can:

a/ advertise plants, trees, shrubs, garden tools and equipment you don’t want;
b/ ask for plants, trees, shrubs, garden tools and equipment you’d like;
c/ drop off seeds to our official seed store or, if you’re looking for seeds, this is the place to find them!…

Photo of Probus “A” Club, Cranleigh & District Probus “A” Club, Cranleigh & District
01483 548488

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

01483 277155

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.

Photo of Running (Ladies) – Cranleigh Sunflowers Running (Ladies) – Cranleigh Sunflowers

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.…

Photo of Sayers Croft, Ewhurst Sayers Croft, Ewhurst
01483 275541

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.…

Photo of Sight for Surrey Sight for Surrey
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If you experience sight and/or hearing loss who will be your lifeline?
How would you make a cup of tea if you were blind? Or meet others if you had both sight and hearing loss? How would you gain support to access services if you were Deaf?
Sight for Surrey provide 1:1 expert guidance and equipment such as….

Photo of St Nicolas Church, Cranleigh St Nicolas Church, Cranleigh
07771 782580‬
Photo of Stoolball Club, Ewhurst Stoolball Club, Ewhurst

We are a friendly village ladies team with members aged from 12-65 years! We meet twice a week from April to July each year, and play home matches on the Ewhurst Cricket Pitch. If you fancy some fun, light exercise, we are always on the lookout for new members. Please contact us to find out more or to come along to one of our fun training nights (all year round) to learn the game.

Photo of Summerlands Estate Residents’ Association, Cranleigh Summerlands Estate Residents’ Association, Cranleigh

The current Summerlands Estate Residents Association (SERA) was formed eight years ago.
Its stated aim is ‘To promote and safeguard the wellbeing and environment of the Summerlands estate for the benefit of all residents’.
These objectives have been and are being met by a variety of events occurring on the estate which are organised by SERA.

Photo of Surrey Hills Singing School Surrey Hills Singing School
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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.

Photo of Surrey Youth Theatre Surrey Youth Theatre
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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.

Photo of Swimming Club, CRANLEIGH Swimming Club, CRANLEIGH
07930 574161

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.

Photo of Tea and Toast, Cranleigh Tea and Toast, Cranleigh

Tea and Toast Tuesdays

Each Tuesday in term times from 8.30-10.00 am the Church rooms are open to offer the passing public free tea and toast (or coffee/juice, but that is not such beautiful alliteration!).  It is a great chance to get to know new people and an excuse to eat copious amounts of chocolate spread. …

Photo of Tennis Club, Alfold Tennis Club, Alfold
01483 268783

We are a friendly club affiliated to the Alfold Sports Council & Social Club.We have our own club room & two hard courts with floodlights. there are regular practice sessions, matches, excellent coaching, & social events.All ages and abilities are very welcome. Have a look at our website for more info.

Photo of The Arts Society, Cranleigh The Arts Society, Cranleigh
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The Arts Society Cranleigh, formerly known as CDFAS, (Cranleigh Decorative and Fine Arts Society) offers lectures by authenticated Arts Society speakers on all forms of art, plus several trips a year to places of interest, exhibitions, etc.  and one or two Special Interest Days a year.  We support the Young Arts by instigating art competitions, exhibitions and school projects.  …

Photo of The Wey &  Arun  Canal Trust The Wey & Arun Canal Trust
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The Wey & Arun Canal Trust is a volunteer group working to restore the 23-mile canal that runs from Shalford in Surrey to Pallingham in West Sussex. The aim is to bring the waterway back to life for recreation use and to increase wildlife diversity, creating a green corridor for boaters, paddlers, walkers and horse riders.

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The Club is in its 10th year and exists to promote understanding and strengthen the bonds between the two communities of Semur and Cranleigh, through exchange visits and social, cultural, sporting, business and council contacts.  These take place within the Club and between schools, other clubs, firms and societies. The Club does not meet on a regular basis but arranges social events on an irregular basis between visits to and from France.

01483 273508

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

Photo of Walking Football Walking Football

Walking Football in Cranleigh

  • We meet and play at Cranleigh School on Thursday evenings between 6.30 – 7.30 pm. (Currently throughout the year)
  • The group is open to all – but it probably helps to have played football and to have been involved in team games at some time.
  • We are happy to welcome new players so, if you are interested and would like more information, please contact Garry Emmet at
  • Alternatively, if you would prefer to just come along and watch, that is fine

Cost is £4 a session.…

Photo of WECARE, Ewhurst WECARE, Ewhurst
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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.

Photo of Women’s Institute – Cranleigh Evening Women’s Institute – Cranleigh Evening
01483 272630

To educate women and enable them to play an effective role in the community to expand their horizons and to develop and pass on important skills.

Photo of Women’s Institute – Cranleigh Village Women’s Institute – Cranleigh Village
07984 320739

Our group consists of women from all walks of life either working, retired or doing voluntary work within the community.
Tea and coffee are always a priority, together with friendly banter & witty conversation.
We have monthly walking & reading groups and interesting Guest Speakers.
Most importantly , a great deal of fun and laughter is had by all.                                                    …