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Established in 1929 on 166 acres of Surrey downland, Cuddington Golf Club has everything a golfer could wish for and more. Read More
After School Club Full session 3.00-6pm (with healthy snack and light tea served at 4.30pm)
To register as a member of Cuddington’s website takes just a couple of minutes, is completely free of charge, and brings you all these benefits:
Parish Council to comment at its meeting on 12th September 2016
The consultation period closed on Monday 5th September. Here’s “What's next” from AVDC
Doors open at 1pm for a 1.30pm start. The entry fee of £5/conc £4 includes tea and home-made cake. Tickets from Liz 01844 299150, or pay on the door.
Visitors are most welcome to play at Cuddington on most days of the week. Societies are welcome on Tuesday afternoons and all day Thursdays. Read More
There are always plenty of activities for the children to do and we have games for all ages!
Sarah Chapman, mother of two CYD members, said “We had the vision and, with the dedication of a team of loving people, we gave each other an incredible experience and made a great show... What a huge privilege to have shared these days with them!”
On Saturday William Stonham of Holyman’s Farmhouse and Isobel Englert were married at St Helen’s Bishopsgate, London. Special ringing has been arranged to celebrate and this evening (2nd August) family and friends will be ringing a peal of 2016 changes on Cuddington bells.
There are lots of creative crafts, toys, board games and puzzles. The children are encouraged to play and make friends and the staff are always on hand to support the children’s play. We are located in schools ‘old’ library which is now the dedicated Club Vale setting. We have recently doubled the size of the setting and had a fabulous make-over! This includes designated areas for early years/reception through to Year 6.
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Postcode of village centre and Bernard Hall: HP18 0APPostcode of Playing Fields Clubhouse: HP18 0AJStreet map of CuddingtonParish boundary map
The first train from Cuddington to Chester departs at 01:21. The last train from Cuddington to Chester departs at 01:21. No sleeper services are available. There may also be less services on weekends and public holidays; use the Journey Planner above to search for a specific train on your chosen travel date.
The timetables for Cuddington are displayed below, click on the Download Timetable link to view the PDF timetable for the route. Please note: As of 03/10/2016 new timetables will operate. Where this is the case, please see the upcoming timetable links below
The next presentation at the Matinée Cinema in the Bernard Hall on Monday 26 September will be the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “Carousel” starring Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones. Among the many well-known melodies are the ‘Carousel Waltz’, ‘If I Loved You’ and ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’.
Erection of 7 dwellinghouses including alterations to the existing access and associated landscaping works.
The average journey time between Cuddington and Chester is 21 minutes. The fastest journey time is 21 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 24 trains per day travelling from Cuddington to Chester. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays.
Cuddington Youth Drama have just returned from their first “tour” away from the village: a week-long run of performances of Fiddler on the Roof at theSpace @ Niddry Street in Edinburgh.
For more information about how to book with us and for lots more information please see our Welcome Pack below.
Born in Bahrain, Danae studied Voice at the Royal College of Music and then privately with Ashley Stafford and Paul Farrington. She has just arrived from a performance as Musetta (Boheme) at the end of the longest pier in the world – Southend-on-Sea!
Cuddington is the name of several places in the United Kingdom:
Visit our Pro Shop to find the latest golfing equipment along with booking a lesson with one of our pros at Cuddington Golf Club. Read More
A booking form for September 2016 is available to download below. Places are offered on a first come, first served basis and are subject to availability. Please ensure your booking form is completed and returned as early as possible. If there is a greater demand for places than those available a waiting list will be operated.
In the first instance please contact Head Office on 07905 394029 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please print and complete the registration pack below and either scan/email back to us or drop into the setting or school office.
There will be refreshments and canapés during the interval and all proceeds will be going to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
The Bernard Hall is pleased to announce a major upgrade to the lighting and acoustics in the hall, funded by proceeds from the Village Picture House.
Yes, it is possible to travel from Cuddington to Chester without having to change trains. Use our journey planner above to get direct train times from Cuddington to Chester.
Early drop off session 8.15am (no breakfast) Breakfast Club 7.45am to 8.40am (with breakfast served up until 8.15am)
Many thanks to Chris Long, the Bernard Hall technical manager, who has funnelled substantial expertise, time and enthusiasm into this project and made the upgrade the success that it is. The new Picture House season starts on 1st September with the National Theatre Live production of The Deep Blue Sea and we can look forward to a great improvement in sound quality.
Sam Baker is making a return visit to St Nicholas’ Church, Cuddington on Saturday 29th October at 7.30pm to give a concert in memory of Myles Saker, almost exactly a year after the last concert which Myles helped to promote. This time Sam will be joined by Danae Eleni, a London-based soprano, and their programme will include settings of Shakespeare, songs by Purcell, Schubert, Max Reger and Roger Quilter, traditional songs as well as piano and organ solos – Music for a While.
Tickets are available from Caroline Saker - 01844 291825Adults £7.50; Concessions £5; Family ticket £20
Come and talk to a host of local organisations, all under one roof in the library, to gain advice or further information for yourself or your relatives and friends who might be interested.
You are warmly invited to this wonderful annual event for the whole village in the Bernard Hall.
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Another VALP Parishes Event will be held in November. Date to be confirmed.
Click here to see a review of CYD’s performance at the Fringe. (Shame, though, that the reviewer re-located our village to Cheshire...!)
There will be advice on financial planning, safe driving, fire safety, U3A, WEA, Age Concern, Community Vehicle and more. Refreshments available.