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Christmas at St. Nicolas Church
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Christmas is coming to St Nicolas Church in a big way this December firstly we have as many as 50 Christmas trees all being decorated. There will be prizes for ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh – What was happening in Cranleigh in December 1915?
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Joy Horn brings some anecdotes of 100 years ago What was happening in Cranleigh in December 1915? On five days each week, over 100 Cranleigh women gathered ...

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Cranleigh Rotary Club
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The Christmas carol season begins on Monday, December 7th with the traditional annual Carol Concert, organised by the Rotary Club of Cranleigh. The concert ...

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News from Cranleigh Scout Group – November Issue
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Bob a job week, Scout jumble sales and old newspaper collections are distant memories and you are now more likely to find Scouts honing their axe and outdoor ...

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10 Facts About Cranleigh That Every Proud Resident Should Know
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Whether you’ve recently moved to England’s largest village, or have lived here all your life, you cannot help but be fascinated by the history of Cranleigh. ...

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Lives Laid Down
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These are some of the 112 named in ‘Cranleigh’s Roll of Honour’ compiled by P. Wilkins & I. Stedman. Names of casualties who fell in both World Wars. A ...

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A Poultry Tale
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If you grew up in the countryside, you probably have your own goose story. Chased, attacked, intimidated - most of us have been there, and some even have the ...

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The Way We Were 50 Years Ago.
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The Cranleigh Railway line was officially closed in 1965 following ‘The Reshaping of British Railways’ report of 1963. Cranleigh station was later knocked down ...

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The Joy Of Cranleigh – What was happening in Cranleigh in November 1915?
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Joy Horn brings some anecdotes of 100 years ago What was happening in Cranleigh in November 1915?   The Great War was grinding on, with news coming ...

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