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Allotments

The allotments for the area are situated just over the Oxted parish boundary in the neighbouring parish of Limpsfield. They are run by the Plumbers Arms Allotment Association – please contact Julie Palmer

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey

Kevin Hurley has been elected as Surrey’s first Police and Crime Commissioner. The public can contact the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner in the following ways:

Post – Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, PO Box 412, Guildford, Surrey GU3 1BR

St Agatha’s Church Hall

Westerham Sea Cadets

The Westerham Sea Cadet Corps meet on Tuesday and Thursday in the Drill Hall in the High Street.

It is a registered Charity and part of a nationwide voluntary youth organisation for young adults aged 12 – 18. We also recruit Junior Cadets aged 10 – 12.

Cadets will learn valuable skills and have the opportunity to gain qualifications that future employers view in high regard, such as first aid, DofE and BTEC. Training is based around a nautical theme, with cadets experiencing both indoor and outdoor lessons, in a variety of subjects.

During the summer, cadets get the chance to go boating, whereas in the winter, cadets tend to work more towards their chosen specialisations and proficiencies, such as cook steward, seamanship and shooting.

Westerham Sea Cadets is one of the newest units having been started in 2005. They currently have around 25 cadets and juniors, and have participated in local and community events such as the Jubilee Celebrations, Scarecrow Festival and Remembrance Day.

If you’d like to join, or to help, the Westerham Sea Cadets Group would be delighted to hear from you.

Contact Ana Hughes Chair Unit Management Committee.

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