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You are warmly invited to the Annual Parish Meeting. It will be held on Tuesday 25that 7.30 pm. The meeting will be held remotely via Zoom (join up details at the bottom of the page).

Hosted by Leigh Parish Council, the Meeting will be chaired by Joanna Cambra, Chairman of the Parish Council and is a meeting of Parish electors.


  4. CHAIRMANS REPORT – 2020/21
  5. FINANCIAL UPDATE – 2020/21
  6. COMMUNITY GROUP (list attached)


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Meeting ID: 831 7827 6093 Passcode: 696273



North Downs School

Leigh Lollipops

Leigh Parish Councillors (Including Playground Committee)

Surrey Councillor

Mole Valley Councillors

Rural PCO

Leigh WI



Leigh Heritage

History Group

Bell Ringers

Leigh Cricket Club


Village Hall Committee

Leigh Food Festival & Apple Press

Smiths Charity

Norwood Hill Residents Association

Leigh PC Footpath Officer


Local Parishes

Council meetings are now face to face

Due to legislation changing, Parish Council meetings are non longer being held remotely. All Leigh Parish Council meetings will now be held face to face at The Pavilion, Leigh Recreation Ground, Bunce Common Road.

To  keep everyone safe and to comply with government restrictions we ask you to note the following:

  • Try and inform the clerk if you are going to attend. A register will be taken for track & trace reasons.
  • Do not come if you feel unwell at all
  • Wear a face mask at all times, even when speaking and use the hand sanitiser provided.
  • Raise your hand to make yourself seen.
  • Chairs will be laid out spaced apart, please do not move them
  • A single toilet will be available for attendees
  • The windows and doors will be open for ventilation so wrap up warm!
  • In the unlikely event that there are too many attending for the room (up to 15), residents will not be allowed to enter.
  • Please note that the meeting minutes will be published within 7 days of the meeting.

If you cannot attend and you would like to raise an issue or make a comment, please contact the clerk (Laura) on She will raise it for you.

The next meeting is on Monday 17th May at 7:30pm.


HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Leigh Parish Council is very sad to hear of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh. We send our deepest sympathy to Her Majesty The Queen and members of the Royal Family.

We will always remember the lifetime of service that His Royal Highness devoted to Her Majesty, our Nation and the Commonwealth.

Residents and members of the community are able to sign an e-book of condolence which is available at

Mole Valley to Enter Tier Two Restrictions on 2 December 2020

It’s been confirmed today that Mole Valley together with the rest of Surrey will enter Tier Two restrictions when the national lockdown is lifted on 2 December.

Councillor Stephen Cooksey, Leader of Mole Valley District Council, said: “The government has confirmed that when the national lockdown ends on 2 December, Mole Valley will move into Tier Two.

This is the High Alert. Whilst everyone in Mole Valley have played their part and we had hoped to be a Tier 1 area, we have joined many areas across the country in the mid-tier. This new tier system has been strengthened in comparison to the previous occasion we were in local lockdown. This has been done to prevent a return to growing infections.

“We must remain vigilant. This tier has strict rules and we must follow them. The advice of ‘Hands, Face, Space remains. If the infection rate in the district rises, we could be moved up to the next tier and risk the rules imposed on us tightening. If you travel to a Tier 1 area, you will still need to follow the tier rules for Tier 2 while you are there. Everyone has been advised not to travel to a Tier 3 area wherever possible.

“We must all keep doing what have now become the ‘basics’ in these extraordinary times, including wearing a face covering in most indoor public spaces (except where exemptions apply), maintain social distancing wherever appropriate and working from home where it is practical to do so. The new rules state that we must not socialise with anyone you do not live with or in your support bubble indoors, and socialising in a group of more than six people anywhere outside is not allowed.

“It was confirmed on Monday this week that, across the country, many local businesses could reopen in a COVID-secure manner from 2 December. As a Tier 2 area, restaurants can reopen to provide table service, but pubs and bars can only open if operating as a restaurant. Dorking Halls, alongside other theatres in Mole Valley, is able to reopen, and can stay open beyond 11pm to conclude performances that have started beyond 10pm. Of real significance is the news that attending outdoor and indoor events, including spectator sports and business events, is once again allowed, though restrictions on numbers do apply.

“You can also once again enjoy the facilities at the Dorking Sports Centre and Leatherhead Leisure Centre as these facilities can reopen the doors too. Community Recycling Centres will be remaining open and you can once again attend places of worship for communal prayer. The complete breakdown of the Tier Two local restrictions can be read on the GOV.UK website.

“The government have also now announced rules for those who make the personal choice to spend their Christmas with friends and family from other households. Between the 23 and 27 December, up to three households can form a ‘bubble’ to meet at home during this five day period. If you do choose to see others at this time, please do so responsibly and follow the guidance in place. Further guidance is available”.



Oak tree on The Green

Oak tree on The Green

Leigh Parish Council recently commissioned a tree survey for the land it manages. Excluding The Spinney, there are over 140 trees to look after. They are part of what makes Leigh such a beautiful place to live, travel through, work in and visit. Part of the crowning glory are the huge Oak trees on the green. In order to keep them healthy and safe they need a crop.

The large oak tree on the corner of The Glebe, next to the post box (pictured) needs a crown clean. As it sits in the conservation area it needs to be approved by MVDC planning. Once that has gone through, the work will be completed as soon as possible. There will be more work over the next couple of months as we work through the ‘to do’ list.

Leigh village Green from The Glebe

Playground update and new climber

We have had lots of visitors at the playgrounds since reopening which is lovely to see. In order to keep the playground safe and open we ask that you observe the following:

  • Maintain social distancing. Stay at least 2m apart
  • Be considerate in terms of how long you visit for so that others do not have to miss out
  • If the playground is busy and social distancing is not possible, please come back at another time
  • Do not enter the playground if you have been diagnosed with, or experiencing symptoms of, coronavirus
  • Do not bring food or drink into the playground
  • Ensure that your hands are clean before entering and when leaving the playground
  • This site is not serviced for cleaning or litter picking. There should be nothing left behind.

We are delighted with our new conical climber and we hope your children are too!


Next Parish Council Meeting on Monday 15th June

Through the power of technology and a change in legislation, we will be holding the next Full Parish Council meeting remotely on Monday 15th June from 7:30pm. The software we will be using will be Zoom. Should you want to join the meeting please contact the clerk directly on for join up instructions.

The meeting agenda will be published on Wednesday 10th June and the meeting minutes will be uploaded for those unable to attend afterwards.

Kind regards,


Clerk – Leigh Parish Council

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