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Ewhurst and Ellens Green are blessed with a pre-school, an infant school, two churches, two charities and a number of local clubs and societies. Please look at the list below and contact any organisations directly using the information in each entry. For the allotments see the allotment page.



Alison Pitt, Manager
Village Hall
The Street
Surrey GU6 7PX
​01483 278378


Jonathan Walters, Headteacher
The Street
Surrey GU6 7PX 
01483 277291 ​

List of clubs and societies

Each organisation has a description and contact details below.

Ewhurst History Society

Ewhurst History Society welcomes anyone with an interest in history, especially local history.

Lecture meetings, presented by local and visiting speakers, are held from September to May, on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at the EYSC building on the Recreation Ground. Members also enjoy outings to places of interest plus winter and summer social events.

The Society has built up a considerable archive of information on the history of the parish, including old photographs, maps and documents; transcripts of censuses, parish registers, tithes, etc.; and extensive notes on individual houses and biographies of Ewhurst people. Through our website we have been able to help with enquiries from all over the world, particularly people researching their family trees.

The Society has published five local history books. Our latest book, Ewhurst 1910 - 1960, published in 2021, covers both the First and Second World Wars, but is also a celebration of veryday village life in the early and mid 20th century. See our website for prices and special offers.

We also publish an on-line Journal, with articles by members on a wide variety of subjects relating to local and social history.

For more information email or telephone 01483 277342.

The Friends of St Peter & St Paul, Ewhurst

The Friends is a registered charity set up to raise money for the repair and restoration of Ewhurst’s historic “At Risk” church. They aim to involve the village and the wider community in everything they do.  This involves promoting the history of the church and its role over hundreds of years as a symbol at the heart of the community.

The Charity raises money to preserve and repair the 12th century Norman church. In addition, the charity hopes to raise awareness of and increase the knowledge of the history of the church.  All funds received are used to care for the church and the grounds of St Peter and St Paul.  The next major restoration which is necessary is an overhaul of the south transept roof.  This is failing in the same way as the chancel roof which has been repaired.

First and foremost, the Friends organise village events to which the whole community is invited.  These are advertised as Friends events and any money raised goes into the Trust's funds.  In this way, it is not only church-goers who are involved, but everyone who has an interest in maintaining Ewhurst Church.  Secondly, people are invited to join the Friends so that they can be contacted via email to be kept up to date with their activities and lend support when needed, either by helping at events or financially. 

For more information, please go to the website or ring the Secretary on 01483 268694.


EwCare is a neighbourly village help scheme run by volunteers offering help to those in need in Ewhurst & Ellen’s Green. Our drivers are available to help with trips to local surgeries and hospitals as well as to and from events at the Cranleigh Art Centre. We appreciate as much notice as possible please.  

Contact EwCare on 01483 277606 between the hours of 10am - 12 noon, Monday-Friday and speak to one of our duty officers.

Please do get in touch if you are interested in volunteering, as we are always looking for new drivers and duty officers.

Ewhurst Cricket Club

Always in search of new players, volunteers or Colts for sessions during the summer. email:

Cranleigh Cub Scout Group 

For more information contact:-  or

Ewhurst Junior Football Club

Under 5s to Under 18s. Girls and boys welcome.
All coaches are qualified and CRB checked.

Call/email Jason Perry: 07713 795349

Ewhurst Bowling

If you are an Experienced bowler, or would like to try it out? Please go to the Ewhurst Bowls web site for information -

Ewhurst Charity

Support of worthy causes in the parish of Ewhurst in the promotion of education and help for those in need of financial assistance.

For more information contact the secretary:

Mrs Angie Thomas
1 Mascalls Cottages, The Street
Ewhurst, GU6 7RA
Tel: 01483 271194

Ewhurst LEAP

Ewhurst Local Environment Action People (LEAP) are an inclusive group of friendly volunteers working to improve the surroundings of our beautiful village through conservation, as well as raising awareness of wider environmental issues.

We usually have a working party once a month for a range of activities such as footpath clearing, pond maintenance or litter picking. Through initiatives such as sharing wildflower seeds at the Ewhurst Carnival, we engage others in wider issues that concern us all.

To get occasional email from us, navigate to our website and join our mailing list To get in touch please reply to any of our website posts, or send us an email:

Ewhurst Henry Smith Trust

The Ewhurst Henry Smith Trust is financed through the main Henry Smith Trust in London. It was set up to give support to both the elderly, unwell and children in the village. As well as supporting children's groups and organised events for the elderly the Trust also provides for elderly people in the village who are in need of financial aid.

For further Information contact the Hon Secretary. 01483 277589

Ewhurst Horticultural Society

The Ewhurst Horticultural Society is the oldest active horticultural group in Surrey and has been serving the Ewhurst & Ellens Green community since 1881.

We hold three flower and produce shows each year and host a regular programme of talks, which aim to be both entertaining and instructive.

Our annual Plant Sale each May is immensely popular, and our fun Quiz Supper Evening in January is a gastronomic highlight.  We also arrange at least one garden visit each summer, both locally and further afield.

We are affiliated to both the Surrey Horticultural Federation and the Royal Horticultural Society and can thus offer our members access to even more talks, garden visits and other events through the year.

Membership offers fantastic value at just £5 per household. To find out more and to join the society, please visit: or email:

Sayers Croft Trust

Sayers Croft is an outdoor education centre with 60 acres of beautiful woodland and many activities from pond dipping and den building, to high ropes and axe throwing. We run community events, holiday clubs, birthday parties, conservation days, events for children with additional needs and so much more. Our wonderful nature reserve is open to the public and accessible from Wykehurst Lane.

For more information, visit our website or call 01483 275541

Ewhurst Bridge Club

Do you enjoy playing bridge? Why not come along to The Glebe Centre to play at our small, friendly club. We play duplicate bridge every Friday evening from 6.45 p.m. to 9.45 p.m.; you will need to bring a partner.

For more information, visit our website (, or contact our chairman, Derek Gardner, by phone (01483 272890) or email (

Ewhurst Ladies Stoolball Club

Ewhurst Ladies Stoolball Club welcomes new members to play, score or umpire for our season that runs April -July each year. No previous experience necessary. Age 12+.

We're a friendly team that likes to play our best, but who prioritise fun and inclusion.

Please find us on 
Facebook and Instagram. @ewhurststooball

Contact us by email


  1. Eddie

    If any other local clubs and societies would like a description here, please leave a reply below or email Joanna (details below)


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