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Good news. 77,797 hits in September.
Bad news. Is your PC silently distributing Spam and porn to friends in your Address Book? Would they like this? This can happen if you are infected by a Trojan. Read below.

Are you a Limpsfield Bloomer?

Limpsfield in Bloom 2008 Read Ann Osborn’s letter and the the pics of local residents here

Britain in Bloom; Limpsfield wins gold

Limpsfield village was awarded 'Gold', the only one for the South and South East Regions. Ann Osborn, said, "Limpsfield had already been judged as the 'Best Large Village' in the regional heats for the second year running, but to win Gold nationally after only three years is almost unheard of. It's a fantastic result and everyone in the village should be proud of the achievement."

"At the heart of the village is its community", reported the judges, "and the Bloom campaign has undoubtedly done much to create new friendships and foster community spirit."


Missing persons, lost contacts ...

I receive requests from people who wish to contact old friends and relatives. I am always sceptical about this sort of thing so whereas I will do my best to provide information, I will not compromise privacy; it might be somebody you don’t want to know.
A relation of Charlie Jarrett is asking for his e-mail.
Somebody is asking for the address of a South African gentleman named Richard. He was a carer and lived on Limpsfield Chart.
Contact the  Webmaster

Don’t get conned by e-mails from CNN.
The e-mail poses as "The Daily Top 10" from CNN or CNN Alert. Don't click the links because they might be highly dangerous viruses, malware or Trojans.

Don’t click on mail with the subject “IE Explorer 7” of “Free download” purporting to come from Microsoft. They also contain Trojans.

You are offered nude videos of Angelina Jolie, celebs seen nude on the beach and similar. DO NOT be tempted to have a peek. Once you have clicked you are infected with a Trojan virus. If you are Outraged of Oxted or Livid of Limpsfield by the content and frequency (I receive about ten a day) do not be tempted to click the 'unsubscribe' link. This will also implant a Trojan on your system and also tell the malicious sender that you exist! In any case, I recommend that you neither send nor receive messages as html. The message can put a window off your screen but contain malicious content although it is invisible to you. Also, behind that pretty coloured background can exist invisible links to anywhere - malicious sites, porn, gambling etc.

Don’t open the zip. It contains a Trojan
“Unfortunately we were not able to deliver postal package you sent on August the 1st in time because the recipient?s address is not correct. Please print out the invoice copy attached and collect the package at our office. Your”

What should you do?
1. Delete the e-mail, not just from your Inbox but from Spam or Junk folder where is might be consigned.
2. Buy some anti-virus/firewall software. Make sure you use it properly. Left to its own will not guarantee protection. Read more.

Scams, Crimeware, viruses,Trojans and Spyware. Your computer could be distributing it to your friends. Read how YOU can stop it.

Scam alerts and Phishing are on the increase.
You might be e-mailed to update your PayPal details. This is almost certainly a Scam so just delete the message. Don’t answer it in any way because that just confirms that you are the intended recipient! Similarly, Nationwide, Lloyds TSB and Abbey customers are under attack.

Here’s another real stinker!
“This one is pretty slick since they provide YOU with all the information, except the one piece they want. Note, the callers do not ask for your card number; they already have it.Click here to read all about it in another window.

Somebody is looking for help about St. Peter’s. Can you? Armydes would like to know more about the village bakery, most recently run the the Horney family.
Read about it on Chatterbox. Logon here.

New page added on Amos, Jarrett and Limpsfield Chart under History & Genealogy. We have a new contribution from Len Fleckney. Read here. More pictures of the Jarrett family have been sent to me by somebody who unearthed pictures and information from the top of her mother’s loft. Can you provide information?. more

Limpsfield War Memorial page gives information researched by John Hamblin. Click here

Wednesday 29th October 2.30pm and 8pm. Limpsfield & Decorative & Fine Arts Society. Alice Foster will give a lecture on ' Early Flemish Paintings and the Discovery of Oils '. At the last meeting, Jane Kelsall gave a lecture on ‘Pearls before Swine: the Long History of a Royal Necklace'. Venue: St. Peter's Hall, Limpsfield. Their new programme for 2008-2009 is published here

Are you interested in joining LDFAS? more

First Wednesday every month 7.45pm Limpsfield & Oxted District Horticultural Society. Find out everything from starting off your seeds to pruning established trees in your garden. Every month will have you entertained with an experienced and qualified speaker on an abundance on topics! There is a raffle, monthly competition i.e. cut flowers, tea & coffee break with a gardeners questions time! Membership �7 for the year - saving �5. Venue: Red Cross Hall opposite Tandridge Leisure Centre. More info Mrs Jenny Deakin 01883 715496

Have you heard of the Furzedown Auxiliary Hospital which existed in Limpsfield during World War One. A reader has sent in a photograph and would like more information. Can you help? more


Can you identify the house? Start a topic in Chatterbox.

Read about Canadian Servicemen in Limpsfield click here. This house in Blue House Lane was 10 Platoon’s HQ.

Read the account of a lady who spent some time working at Manor House School from 1938 to 1939, together with pictures. more

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Photographed 1938/9 at Manor House School. May Griffin (left) and friends and
Ms. Gribble Housekeeper (third from left).

Roll your mouse over to see Manor House Then and Now

Limpsfield Home Guard. What do you know about it? More here soon.

Great interest has been shown in the history of the district. The web-master has received many enquiries from people who used to live in the area Some lived in Limpsfield during the World War II, others had relatives who lived here centuries ago. E-mails has been received from as far away as Australia, Canada and China. Consequently you now have a History page. One visitor to this site has offered to help gather information.

Please contribute if you can. If the pages look blank it is because nothing has been received Either e-mail Webmaster or use Feedback. If you have something for everybody to read or want to discus, then use Chatterboxp1px42

Click the button to add your event. Free but no commercials

BluehouseFest2008FCpx256Oxted United Reformed Church is again sponsoring this Festival. It is preceded and followed by events organised in conjunction with the Oxted Childrens Book Group. An Exhibition of painting, photography and graphic art is open throughout.
October 25 and Sunday 26 Saltmine Theatre Company's 'The Chainbreakers', by Richard Hasnip about the fight for the abolition of slavery.
October 27 Justine Picardie talks about her latest novel 'Daphne' (about Daphne du Maurier).
October 28 the BBC's Frank Gardner delivers the 2008 Snelling Lecture. Tickets already sold out.
October 29 Kosmos ensemble will lead workshops and perform exciting Balkan, gypsy and East European music, cafe style.
October 30 Adrian Plass, well known Christian speaker and writer takes a sideways look at unexpected aspects of the Christian faith in 'View from a Bouncy Castle'
October 31 7.30pm Denis Norden presents Clips from Life to coincide with publication of his book by the same name. Books on sale with book signing.
Saturday 1 November Sinfonietta orchestral concert, directed by Johan Katz with Louise Martin, harp
Sunday 2 November Young East Surrey musicians sponsored by the Robert Bouffler Trust will perform. The Festival is enclosed by 'Sundays at Ten' - worship led by the Minister, Rev Adrian Skelton. Rev David Skitt preaches on 26 October and Dr Paul Heppleston assists with music on 2 November.
Brochures and Booking Form from the Church Office, local bookshops, Libraries, churches and retailers. Download here. Ticket office at the church is open Tuesdays 10am-12 noon. Contact: Jane Damesick 01883 714541.

SANTACATChristmas decorations are already up so it is not too early to announce Oxted & Limpsfield Choral Society’s Christmas Concert on Saturday 6th December 7pm

The programme will include Handel's Zadok the Priest, Purcell's Te Deum laudamus & Jubilate Deo and other shorter pieces with a Christmas flavour, including opportunities for audience participation.
Venue: Oxted United Reformed Church, Bluehouse Lane, Oxted

Tickets at �8, to include refreshments from 01732 864104. Usually over-subscribed so book early!

There are two ways to use this bus
- Ride It or Drive It!

On weekday mornings, LINK runs scheduled bus services, to bring people from outlying districts into Oxted for shopping etc.


Ride It! The Tuesday morning LINK minibus service for Limpsfield Chart is running nearly empty! It needs more passengers to get into Oxted. Other minibus services find plenty of passengers but this one doesn't. It threatens the viability of the route. Don’t lose it.

Drive It! LINK drivers are urgently needed for the Tuesday morning minibus rota. If you want to use the service, or could join the volunteer driver rota, please call Lorna Edser on 732174 for more information. Timetable will be published here soon.

Oxted One World Group AGM reported that it was able to fund a record of over
�41,000 worth of overseas aid projects in the last year. Membership increased to 455. Following the AGM, Mark Roberts MBE, former Head of a Special School in Orpington, gave an illustrated talk about the Heri Special School in Mporoto, Tanzania, which he had set up with the St. Jude Foundation in Sidcup

The Limpsfield Village Store committee is interested in receiving suggestions to celebrate 10th Anniversary of the Store in 2009. The only contact address is that of the Secretary, Mrs. Kari Pridden, Greystones, Kent Hatch road, Crockham Hill, Kent. However, I will see that your suggestions are passed on if you e-mail Webmaster and make the subject, Anniversary.

wmemstoreshield2Click here to go to the Limpsfield Memorial Stores. Is it getting enough of your custom? You can pay most of your utility bills there. You won’t have to worry whether your payments have been received in the post. You will be given a receipt to prove you’ve paid. If you want to ensure the PO’s survival, you must use it. You can also buy Premium Bonds, do your banking and order Foreign Currency. The store is there for your benefit. Keep the workers smiling!

Saturday 8th November 10am to 3pm.
Oxted School Annual Craft Fair. There will be over 40 stall-holders selling a wide range of crafts and gifts. Snacks and refreshments will be available. Oxted School, Bluehouse Lane.

Saturday 25th October Hurst Green Singers 'Concert from Scratch' in aid of the St John's Hurst Green Extension Appeal. Open to all. Rehearsal 4.30pm, performance 7pm. Faur�’s Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine, with two hymns by Vaughan Williams. More from

You can donate money to the Marie Curie Hospice at any time. Contact Colin Fisher, Ebbutt Funeral Service, High Street, Limpsfield, Surrey RH8 0DR. Tel: 01883 713767. Ebbutt has a Charity Fairground Organ (click for pic) which will be raising money at the following location.

  • 22nd November: Limpsfield Traders’ Association Christmas shopping fun day.

The Oxted & Limpsfield Music Society cherub132pix has its own page on this site. Go there now to see the programme Spring 2008 is finished. Additions will be made during the next few months.

wBlue-House-Road-19152aThumbWhat did Limpsfield look like in 1915?Click the pic to see the view then and now. There are more past and present pictures to come. Keep looking!
Read about the Limpsfield War Memorial. Have you seen the other at Limpsfield British Legion?
New! Even more pictures of Limpsfield, Oxted and district can be seen here.

Congratulations to Christopher Romyn who was the first person to identify this correctly. See this picture and many more on the Maps & Pics page. Can you identify the locations?

Tuesday 4th November. The Oxted & District History Society. Suzanne Lax-Botjos will give a lecture on 'The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt'.
Click here to read the last lecture and the 2008-2009 programme. The Society meets in the OURC, Bluehouse Lane. Annual membership is �12 which covers all lectures. Or just visit for �3 a lecture. Contact Patrick Alderton (Chairman) 01883 730976

Tandridge Handicraft Society has finished activities until the Autumn. The Society has its own page on this web-site. Click here to open it in a new window

The Bluehouse Lunch

Tuesday November 4th 12.30 for 1 pm Team Leader organising the event this time is Brian White. The speaker, David Whitmore will be giving an illustrated talk entitled 'Painted Ladies of London Town'. To avoid undue excitement, it should be added that it concerns famous London painters and their subjects.

The Bluehouse Lunch is held 3 or 4 times a year at Oxted United Reformed Church. It is open to all men in the district.

Cost �9. Reservations: Mrs Christine Kirk at the OURC Office or 01883 730406 Ext 12 or leave a message. Pay on the day.

The lunch is organised by a 'Members' Team' - so especially deserving of your support. Still only 40 places!

No tickets will be issued, but by reserving a place you undertake to pay for it! So don't be surprised if you're asked to pay for your place if you cancel less than 48 hours.

As usual, volunteers to help set up and/or clear up would be most welcome. Contact
Chris Bruce-Jones

wchalkpits001px270 Chalkpit lorry problem. Current issue is the proposed HGV route through Limpsfield Village. There was a meeting on 5th September. What was the outcome?


Would you like lorries this this turning into Detillens Lane? Or ‘sharing’ Bluehouse Lane with the school coaches?


The attack on the Green Belt.
TDC Core Strategy declared sound.
Read the TDC Press Release and more here

Oxted & Limpsfield development issues have been moved here. In doing so, it does not imply that this is of little importance; on the contrary. Moving it releases space for day-to-day news.

TraidCraft. Every Tuesday (in term time)
from 10.30-12.30 and 2-4pm, there is a selection of Fairly Traded Goods on sale at the Oxted United Reformed Church. These include coffee, tea, biscuits, muesli and delicious organic chocolate. Go there and have a look. Buy or just have a cuppa.
See the page for Oxted Fairtrade

Serious business. Here’s something which affects you directly. Click on each for more.
Housing affordability & homelessness.

Do you need somewhere for weddings, WEDNGDAYevents, concerts, conferences etc? Hire Oxted United Reformed Church. Click here to see the wonderful facilities.
More information from
Chris Bruce-Jones, 722171

What do you know about Crabwood?
It is a Charitable Housing Association which offers SELF CONTAINED FLATS FOR INDEPENDENT ELDERLY PEOPLE TO RENT.
xted, Limpsfield and District Housing Association Limited, more popularly known as Crabwood, owes its existence to Mrs Georgette Parry. Read more->
Even more on their site!

St. Peter’s Limpsfield Parish News. This is published quarterly and produced by a local team. You’ll find it a useful complement to this site. It is free so don’t be shy to ask for a copy. Contributions (money or articles) are always welcomed. Contact the editor Editor 01883 713116 or snail-mail
Editor, 47 Bluehouse Lane,
Limpsfield RH8 0AJ

Autumn issue is out now.

Which way does your TV aerial point? Have you a Freeview box or built-in tuner? This doesn’t guarantee reception.
Satellite is an alternative but you will need a Sat receiver with a card if you want to receive Five and Channel 4. Free-to-air still requires a one-off payment of �150 to Sky if you want to get these FREE.
Oxted and Limpsfield are on the edge of several transmission areas. However, the chances are that you receive the London signal but when did you last see anything about Limpsfield in local news?
Take a look at BBC London and the Home Counties web-site This site has the single aim of encouraging the BBC to include more stories and features from outside Greater London in its BBC London Television News Programme. The BBC London TV Region extends 15 miles beyond the Greater London Border so covers Oxted . BBC LDN has a link to Limpsfield-dot-Net.

Tandridge Voluntary Service Council (TVSC) is a collection of voluntary members who provide support of many kinds. They include firms, individuals, societies, clubs. On offer are car service, disability advice, care for the elderly. You can get cheap photocopying, laminating, security cards, word processing, OHP equipment hire etc.
01883 722593

Wolfs Hill development.
News from WHAC
(Wolfs Hill Action Committee)

There is still interest by developers, with some property understood to have made agreements with developers. Please see their web-site for more details
If you have something to say, air your views on Chatterbox. Info from 01883 714625

Glebe Fields Housing Development?

This issue is not dead. If there is anything new it will be posted here. Read more to see if it concerns you. Have your say on Chatterbox. If you are concerned with the degree of development in the area, say so.

Are you a walker?

There is a Tandridge Border Path comprising 50 miles around the boundary of Tandridge. A booklet sponsored by Tandridge DC is available from the library. It details six paths around Tatsfield, Staffhurst Wood, Dormans, Burstow, South Nutfield, Whyteleafe. It is hoped that permission can be obtained to include details on this web-site.

You might also be interested in the North Downs Ridge Circular Walks. There are six of them. Details from 01737 780176 which is a Reigate & Banstead Borough Council Help Shop.

Ramblers’ Association

There are over 140,000 miles of footpaths in England and Wales. The RA has worked to see that these paths are recorded, open and usable. Occasionally a walker might encounter an obstruction and the RA will sort it out if you send them precise information. Why not join? Go to

Please note! The material on this web-site is copyright. If you want to borrow bits then please e-mail the Webmaster who will usually grant permission. The Copyright of some items is not owned by the originator of this web-site. In this case, the Webmaster will put you in touch with the copyright owner. We want to know where things are going so

Want to give something which won’t cost you a penny? SSAFA is a charity which helps serving and ex-Service men, women and their families. 1-in-4 in our community would welcome some help; very often just a chat over a cup of tea. If you can spare a few hours a week and would like to know more
‘phone ROSEMARY 01737 555369 and please mention Limpsfield-dot-Net



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