Downside Sports & Social Club is a small and well established club, in the heart of Downside Village, with a lovely Common surrounding it. As a members club you find the prices are very reasonable compared to Pub prices. As a member you can use the club as much as you like and bring guests in with you for a small fee. The club has some facilities, such as, a snooker table, a pool table, dart boards and games machines. Lotto machines, plus TV and Projector showing Sky, So Sports can be seen on a large screen.
The club runs their own snooker and darts team and anyone is welcome to join. You can also join us for quiz nights which are on every Sunday evening and turn out to be a laugh!
We also have seasonal bingo with some amazing prizes to be won. Our entertainment team organize monthly events, such as, disco, karaoke, race nights, live music and much more!
Downsides New Village Sign, Yes its now for everyone to see and be proud of, A short ceremony in which Dominic Raab MP unveiled The new village sign with
the Mayor, Monday morning 13th October 2014 - To find out how the sign was made and more click here
Picture by Nikki Perkins - Cobham Conservation & Heritage Trust
Drivers Beware: Stoke Road Now 30MPH From Chelsea Ground to Cobham
The Highway Code states that, unless signs indicate otherwise, a 30 mph speed limit applies in built-up areas. However, "built-up area" is defined not by the presence of houses, but by the presence of street lights. This is being exploited by local authorities who are increasingly cutting the speed limit on lit rural roads adjoining built-up areas to 30 mph, by the simple expedient of removing the previous 40 mph or NSL repeater signs. This can be extremely confusing to drivers, who do not expect to encounter 30 limits on rural roads. It is not reasonable that drivers should have to count street lights to work out what the speed limit is. On non built-up roads with 30 limits, repeater signs should be mandatory.
Cobham Mill The only fully working water mill in Surrey, carefully restored Nearly 23 years ago by volunteers who continue to maintain & operate it.
Local grain will be milled and guides available to answer questions. The Mill has a landscaped area with beautiful views.
Admission free. All welcome.
The Mill makes a good spot for a picnic.
Will next be open - 2017
Cobham Mill, Mill Road, Cobham KT11 3AL
Telephone 01932 867387
Vinyasa Flow Yoga Class At The New Eco Yoga Pod Vinyasa flow class, sequencing postures, aligning the body finding strength and length. Quieten the mind through breath and meditation.
Beautiful pod set in rural Surrey woodland, on private land overlooking a lake. A place to share passion for yoga.
Monday 9.30am to 11.00am
Yoga Sp8ce, Old Lane, Cobham KT11 1NL. email@example.com
Cobham Adventure Fitness Outdoor fitness class.
Energize your mind, recharge the body and have fun along the way.
Tuesday and Thursday from 5.45am to 6.45am.
Village Hall, Lushington Drive, Cobham KT11 2LU. Telephone 0333 6000 121.
Centre Stage Drama class
Develop listening, observation and improvisation skills through games and exercises.
Every Saturday. Junior Drama 9.30am to 10.30am and Senior Drama 10.30am to 11.30am.
Oxshott Village Centre, Holtwood Road, Oxshott KT22 0QL. Tel 07940 503971.
Formula One Exhibition
A stunning F1 exhibition offering an unprecedented insight into motor sport technology past and present, featuring a selection of racing cars including a 2007 McLaren Mercedes.
The centrepiece is a breathtaking artwork entitled "View Suspended II", which displays a Mercedes GP Petronas Formula One car in the most visually spectacular and innovative way imaginable.
Mercedes-Benz World is open to visitors from 10.00am to 6.00pm, 7 days a week.
Mercedes-Benz World, Brooklands Drive, Weybridge KT13 0SL. Telephone 0870 400 4000.
Most of us have received a nuisance call or message at some time.
Maybe it was that time you rushed to the phone only to find it was a
call centre trying to sell you something you didn't’ want or need.
Or it could have been a company offering compensation for an injury
you haven’t got and most of us are fed up with PPI being rammed at
from everywhere. Nuisance calls and messages come in a variety of
different shapes & sizes and can be inconvenient plus annoying.
But for more vulnerable consumers they can also cause considerable
distress and anxiety. If you are fed up with receiving these calls
and messages there is something you can do about it. To stop unwanted
sales and marketing calls, register your phone number, either landline
or mobile with the Telephone Preference Service. It’s free and takes
28 days for a ban to come into effect. You can register online at
www.tpsonline.org.uk or call them on0845 700 707. Or you can talk to
your provider about services to block unwanted calls. For example,
BT offers a number of services to help stop unwanted calls,
including ‘Privacy at Home’, ‘Choose to Refuse’ and ‘Anonymous Call
Rejection’. Other providers offer similar services.
Each year millions of people fall victims to scams which can take many
forms but most have several things in common. The call might come from
a number you do not recognize, offers you something for nothing, asks
for you to send money up-front or asks for your bank details or other
personal information. The best advice is to end the call. On particular
scam to beware, victims receive a missed call from a number beginning
070, 075 or 076. These numbers are used as they appear to be calls from
a mobile phone number. However, when the victim tries to call the number
back, the call is immediately dropped or an engaged tone is played and
the victim is charged 50p for making the call. If you receive a miss
call from a number beginning 070,075 or 076 that you do not recognize,
do not call it back. Instead, make a note of the number and complain to
the premium rate regulator, PhonepayPlus (tel:0800 500 212). If you think
you have been the victim of a scam, contact Action Fraud the UK’s national
fraud reporting centre on 0300 123 2040
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