Buckland Village, Surrey Buckland Windmill Buckland Windmill Vanes

Links to other sources of support

The following links will take you to external websites you may also find useful:

Brockwood Medical Practice – local medical practice with a surgery in Brockham.

Healthy Surrey – Supported by the Health and Wellbeing Board, this website helps you find self-care information, as well as signposting to local services available to you as a Surrey resident

Warm Hub venues in Mole Valley – A Warm Hub is a building designated as a warm and safe sanctuary that anyone can go to for free. They will provide a place to go during the colder autumn and winter months and will be of particular benefit for residents in hard-to-heat homes, those who are isolated or are worried about rising energy bills.

North Downs Primary School – Our local Primary School serving Buckland, Betchworth, Brockham and Leigh for children age 4 to 11

Citizen’s Advice : Mole Valley

Jobcentre – Link to website for locations of Jobcentre Plus offices.

St Catherine’s Hospice

Anthony West House

Poland Trust

Community Foundation for Surrey – a charity which brings together donors and those trying to help local people and disadvantaged individuals in our local community. If you would like to explore becoming a donor or making an application for funding visit the charity’s website.

Patchworking Garden Project – a social horticultural project, based in a walled Garden at the bottom of Box Hill, offering gardening, craft and friendship to those in the community with mental and physical challenges. We are run by volunteers and 100% funded by charity. We hold four events open to the public to raise funds, to cover the running costs of our therapeutic garden which is an important cornerstone in the community to help rebuild the confidence of those individuals coming to the garden, who would otherwise be isolated and lonely. Read more about the project and visit our website to see how you can get involved.

Love Works – a Reigate based charity running foodbanks in Woodhatch and Merstham alongside projects to what would otherwise be the unmet needs of people in the local community