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Unfortunately most of these regular events have been suspended during the fight against Covid-19. Some may be gradually starting up, in a limited way, with appropriate social distancing e.g. Painshill Park.
Cobham Farmers' Market
Usually every 4th Saturday of the month, 9.30-14.00 in Hollyhedge Road in the centre of Cobham.
Cobham Mill is normally open to the public on the second Sunday in the month from April tol October, 2pm - 5pm. The Mill - Surrey's only fully working watermill - will be operating on these occasions, grinding locally sourced grain into flour. Admission free but donations are welcome. www.cobhammill.org.uk
Regular events at the Library include Rhymetime for accompanied children under 5 and two sessions of Storytime for accompanied children aged about 2 to 5.
Cobham Crafters knit and natter group meets at the Library monthly as does a Reading Group. Both are open to all. Look out for other groups and activities which are being introduced by the Library.
Elmbridge Museum has a display case in Cobham Library, on the first floor of the Cobham Cedar Centre, in which items from its collection are exhibited. The exhibition changes every few months. Visit elmbridge museum to find out about the current display.
Surrey County Council's Adult Social Care in Elmbridge Team hold regular monthly walk-in sessions for carers on the ground floor of Cobham Cedar Centre. Drop in and have an
The Society holds a winter series of six high quality professional concerts between September and March, each year at Holy Trinity Church, Church Road, Claygate, KT10 OJP. Details and dates at www.ocms-music.org.uk
Elmbridge Arts Focus
The RC Sherriff Trust publishes a guide to music, drama, dance, visual arts and crafts in Elmbridge. To find out what's on you can download a copy of "Elmbridge Arts Focus" from www.rcsherrifftrust.org.uk or pick up a printed copy in Cobham Library. This has lots of information about events and classes around the Borough.
Leisure & Fitness
There are local clubs, societies and groups to cater for a wide range of interests. Take a look at our lists of sports clubs, social clubs, activity groups and children’s activities on the Local Info page on this site.
For over 50s try Get Active 50+ for some ideas on sports and activities.
Cobham Green Gym
An outdoor gym. The exercise equipment, free to use, is on the Recreation Ground adjacent to Cobham Village Hall.
Healthy Walks & Cycle Rides
Elmbridge run an ongoing programme of free "Healthy Walks & Cycle Rides" to encourage residents of all ages to get out and about, enjoy walking and cycling and discover new areas. Walks are graded for speed and difficulty and some are suitable for dogs on leads too. You can find out more and download a brochure for the current programme by clicking here: healthy walks .
Garden Club Trading Hut
Cobham Garden Club Trading Hut is at the Old Nurseries off the Portsmouth Road on Saturdays, 11am-2 pm. This may vary so check the details and opening times at www.cobhamgardenclub.com
Cobham Community Garden
Was commended in 2018 in an award by Britain in Bloom as being "Thriving....and a wonderful place to come along and learn how to grow a variety of different crops". Check http://cobhamcommunitygarden.org.uk/ to find out more including opening hours and ways in which you can get involved.
Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion Club in Downside Bridge Road is open on Tues, Fri & Sat 8-11pm, Sat & Sun 12-3pm and, for coffee mornings, Sat 10-12 am. Everyone is welcome as a Legion member, whether or not they have a personal connection to the Armed Forces.
Events at Local Halls
There’s a lot going on at the halls in our area - children's activities, fitness and health classes, leisure groups and more. Find out what's on at each venue by following the links to their websites or checking on the notice boards at these halls.