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Stoke Road & Station Road Roadworks start Mon 27 April 2015 Print E-mail

Roadworks SignTraffic will be delayed due to the renewal of the water main which runs beneath the Stoke Road, Cobham and part of Woodlands Lane, Stoke D'Abernon (see route map below). These works begin on Monday 27 April 2015 and are expected to continue until April 2016 - yes 12 months!

Temporary traffic lights will be in operation as they work along the route beginning at the Leigh Hill Road junction with the Stoke Road by the Tilt.

There will also be water main roadworks in Station Road on the approach to the Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon station. These will also use temporary traffic lights but are expected to complete by mid August 2015.

Commuters in particular are advised to allow extra time to allow for delays if travelling in these areas.

Stoke Rd Water Main Roadworks Apr 2015 - Apr 2016

Santa Launches Christmas Appeal at Sainsbury’s for Vulnerable Children in Cobham Print E-mail

Oasis Christmas Appeal Launch 2014Oasis Christmas Appeal Launch 2014 at Sainsbury's Local in Cobham High StreetEvery year the Oasis Children's Charity Christmas Appeal aims to give each child in its care a new gift for Christmas and each family receives a Christmas food parcel - ensuring that everyone can get a glimpse of the kind of Christmas that so many of us can take for granted.

This year, to mark the launch, the children from the Charity have decorated two fabulous post boxes for people to leave donated gifts in. Santa personally delivered the boxes to the collection centre, Sainsbury's on Cobham High Street!

Please support Oasis's campaign by donating new and unwrapped gifts for children aged 0-18 and leaving them in the boxes at Sainsbury's on Cobham High Street between now and December 9th. The Charity will wrap the gifts and give them to vulnerable children in its care at its annual Christmas party.

Alternatively donations for Christmas Food Parcels can be made online at Each food parcel costs around £63 and contains Christmas dinner essentials such as a turkey and seasonal vegetables.

Cobham at Christmas - Fri 28 Nov 2014 Print E-mail

Cobham at Christmas 2014The Cobham Christmas lights will be switched on this year on Friday 28th November 2014 at 7pm. All all the usual stalls will be there and the shops will stay open late so you can get a head start on your Christmas shopping.

The annual light parade will make its way from St Andrews School starting at 6:30pm and make its way through Lockhart Road, Canada Road, Freelands Road, Anyards Road and into the High Street at 7pm to herald the lights being switched on. The Parade will then turn into Church Street where it will end and parade members can return to enjoy the Cobham at Christmas lights and event.

There will be a "rolling road closure" as the parade progresses but expect road closures to limit access in the area from 6:30pm until about 7:15pm.

More information will appear here soon. You can also keep in touch via our Facebook page

Have a look at our video from 2012 by clicking this link Link to Video

Festive Greetings from all Cobham Chamber of Commerce business members, We look forward to seeing you on Friday 28th November.

GascoignepeesGascoigne-Pees would like to welcome you in out of the cold for a glass of wine and a mince pie either before or after the turning on of the lights. Why not collect a balloon and some sweets for the kids as well and help us judge the best children's Christmas colouring competition. We look forward to seeing on the night.

Festive Greetings from all Cobham Chamber of Commerce business members, We look forward to seeing you on Friday - event the weather has been booked to stay fine!

Royal Visit to Riverhill, Cobham Print E-mail

RiverhillWe are delighted to announce that HRH The Countess of Wessex GCVO will be visiting Cobham on Wednesday 9th July 2014 to open the Cobham Heritage Trust Riverhill Regeneration Project, the Trust's contribution to the 2012 Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Her Royal Highness will meet those involved in the project, as well as members of the Trust and will view the work carried out. The Countess of Wessex will unveil an information board explaining the project and will then move on to the new platform overlooking the River Mole to view a mini race of 20 plastic ducks (every September 8,000 plastic ducks race down this stretch of river as part of Cobham's Heritage day celebrations).

Her Royal Highness will then move to the Tilt, visiting Cobham Mill (Surrey's sole surviving Water Mill) en route. At the Tilt The Countess of Wessex will view the avenue of cherry trees planted by the Cobham Afternoon WI in 1946 in memory of Cobham residents who lost their lives in the Second World War, after which Her Royal Highness will view the memorial constructed recently by the Cobham Conservation & Heritage Trust. The Cobham Band will be playing and there will be a demonstration of Maypole dancing by children from St Matthews School, Downside. There will be a small tea party for invited guests of the Trust, which has been provided by Waitrose Ltd and Cobham Evening WI.

The unveiling of the information board can be viewed from the High Street side of Riverhill. The Duck Race can be viewed from the grassed bank to the east (left) of the platform. Members of the public should be in position by 2.15pm latest.

To view the celebrations on the Tilt, the public should arrive by 2.45pm. There is no car parking available at either site but there is a public car park at Hollyhedge Road Cobham and an overflow car park on the Leg O'Mutton Field opposite the Hollyhedge Car Park. This overflow car park will be opened at 1.30pm and closed at 5.30pm on 9th July.

This is a very special event for Cobham and for the Cobham Heritage Trust and we hope you will be able to come out and support the Trust either at Riverhill or the Tilt.

Pay & Display Car Parking behind Holly Parade Print E-mail

Car ParkingThere are still some people who are unaware that the small car park behind Holly Parade is no longer a free car park. This is the car park which is accessed via the small access road between Boots the Chemist and Evie Likes Toast. The owners have introduced Pay & Display and are patrolling it regularly which has caught a number of people out and landed them with a £90 fine.

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