The Glebe

The Glebe Pavilion

The Glebe Pavilion

For general enquiries email Chris Higson: 

Craigmyle Glebe Ltd owns and manages Woldingham’s playing fields, which lie at the heart of the village both geographically and in terms of its everyday contribution to village life. There are facilities for all ages. Apart from the cricket, soccer and tennis clubs, the pavilion hall and kitchen are available for hire and are particularly suitable for small meetings and children’s parties. See our hiring information below. For those who simply wish to enjoy the open environment, there are seats around the Glebe, and for young children, a well equipped playground.

Hiring The Pavilion

If you would like to hire The Pavilion please contact Ian Tansley on 01883 652885 for information on prices, terms of hire and bookings.

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Dogs on the Glebe
Bessie

Bessie

The Glebe Council has no wish to restrict the pleasure of dog owners using the Glebe to exercise their dogs but it is their DUTY to advise dog owners that they must respect the sensible Health and Safety rules which apply to public recreation grounds and  CLEAR UP AFTER YOUR DOGS!

Many young children from Woodlea School now regularly use the grounds for healthy sporting activities and the 123 Toddler Group make full use of the playing fields during the summer months, not to mention the many youngsters using the nursery play area designed for their use.

Woldingham residents are fully aware of the nasty diseases caused to children coming into contact with dog mess. Dog litter bins are provided and regularly emptied by Tandridge Council Environmental staff. Please clear up after your dogs and use the
facilities provided.

The Directors’ Report and Accounts for 2016

Presented for approval at the AGM on 16th May 2017, the Director’s Report and Accounts 2016 is available here.

The accounts show a small surplus of £358, which is a big improvement on the £2,399 deficit in 2015. Since the 2016 AGM, we have completed the refurbishment of the kitchen in the Cricket Pavilion, and have again needed to spend heavily on tree maintenance. We also added a Facebook page as a way of keeping our members and users up to date.

Jacqui RourkeThe Glebe