Activities: flying, camping, outdoor pursuits, sports, crafts, community service, drama and The Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme. Girls aged 11-21 years. 
Seniors rock chorus and band
we are a local guide group which meet on a Monday night.
Scout Group comprising of Beavers, Cubs and Scouts with an age range of 6 to 14 years. Part of the Spelthorne District providing Scouting activities for local boys and girls.
We are a local guide group that meet every Monday evening in Jacob's Well
The Laleham Scout Group has Beavers, Cubs and Scouts sections. All sections welcome both girls and boys. Please see our web site for details of our programme and a review of past activities.
A brownie group that meets every Thursday evening 6.00pm -7.30pm at Scout and Guide HQ, Seymour Road Godalming. For more information contact Lin Allen on 01483 420874
We are the local guide group that meets Tuesday evenings at Ockford Scout and Guide Headquarters in Seymour Road Godalming. From 7.00pm -8.30pm For further information contact Pauline Harrison on 01483 419136
We are the longest established scout group in Staines. Providing scouting activities to boys and girls.
1st Tatsfield Scout Group
Scout Group
1st Virginia Water Scout Group provides Scouting for members starting at age 6 and up.
Beaver Scouts from 6 years old, Cub Scouts from 8 years old and Scouts from 10 to 14. Scouting provides adventurous activities and personal development. Promoting the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of the individual, helping them achieve their full potential.
We are a local scout group that meets in Cottimore Lane, Walton, providing fun and activities for boys and girls aged 6 and upwards.
We are a Brownie pack serving the Chertsey area meeting once a week. Please contact us for more details
Visit our new website at www.7thashfordscoutgroup.org.uk
9th Walton-On-Thames (Viscount) Beavers, Cubs and Scouts provide adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for young people aged 6-25.
Abinger Parish Council covers a large rural community which includes parts of Abinger Hammer and Holmbury St. Mary, Abinger Common,Forest Green, Walliswood and Oakwood Hill. As a parish council we strive to serve the community, preserve, maintain and nurture our environment and continue to support community initiatives, clubs, village halls and playgrounds.
To promote and work towards an accessible environment throughout the Borough of Guildford that enables people with disabilities to lead the style of life they choose.
Gymnastics Club for 4 - 12 year olds Harrier Centre, Ewell, Epsom
We offer free 1 to 1 tuition in Braille; computer training using computers with speech output or magnification; and touch-typing. We teach the Fingerprint Braille reading and writing course, which is designed to teach learners to touch-read and write Braille from scratch and has proved to be successful with both young learners and adults alike.
Local support group for parents who have children with ADHD. Meet once a month for advice and support in Shepperton, but plan to do more soon.
Village transport scheme. Transport available to and from hospital, dentist, doctor etc as necessary. No charge. 
Age Concern Waverley is a registered charity which exists to provide services and promote the well being of all older people in the Waverley Area. We provide a gardening scheme, handyman service and a thorough information and advice facility. We have Rowleys, which provides healthy, low cost meals, chiropody, hairdressing, reflexology and activities such as bingo and exercise classes.
Al-Anon (not to be confused with Alcoholics Anonymous) offers understanding and support for families and friends of problem drinkers, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not. The parents, children, wives, husbands, friends and colleagues of alcoholics could all be helped by Al-Anon and Alateen whether or not the drinker in their lives recognises that a problem exists.
Alder Valley Brass is one of the area's leading traditional British brass bands. We promote brass music in the community by playing and competing at the highest level. The band also supports local charities, including the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice and Help For Heroes, with concerts and other fund-raising.
All Aloud! is a Leatherhead-based community choir. All Aloud! was set up as part of a county-wide community singing project called ‘Singing Surrey’ and currently meets weekly in north Leatherhead. The aim of the choir is quite simply to give people who like to sing an opportunity to do so. No auditions, and no prior singing experience necessary.
We are a growing evangelical church that values both Word and Sacrament and is open to the Renewing Power of God’s Holy Spirit. The Church family is made up of over 100 adults, children and young people that are committed to Christian worship, teaching, discipleship, fellowship and mission.
Meets Weds in Term Time 9.30-11.30am. All children under 5 and their carers/parents welcome.
Meet on Wed 9.30-11.30am at St Peter's Church Hall,Walton Road,West Molesey. Good range of toys and activities:craft,stories,songs and instruments.Mums,dads,grandparents and carers all very welcome. Phone 0208 224 9734 for details
We are a group of like minded enthusiasts who are interested in growing and finding out about alpine plants in this country and abroad. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month, unless otherwise stated, at Christchurch Hall, Christchurch Road, Epsom, KT19 8NE 7.30pm - 10.00pm. We would welcome visitors and new members.
The purpose of the Society is to promote the cultivation and conservation of alpine plants. The group meets on the first Thursday of each month (September to May) to share experiences of growing alpines, and to listen to an expert lecture about alpines and rock plants. We have a monthly show table, plant sales, and refreshments.
General advice and information for carers. Please call for further details on the carers support groups which meet in Staines, Weybridge & Walton. 
Arthritis Care is a UK-wide organisation committed to giving support and assistance to those suffering from arthritis. The Woking branch meets once a month at 7.15pm at the Maybury Centre, Woking. We are a social group, and usually we have a guest speaker on a topic of interest.
Arts Partnership Surrey is a strategic alliance of local authorities and trusts representing the boroughs, districts and county council in Surrey.
Local carers support group offering mutual support to carers in the western wards of Guildford Borough. Based in Ash Citizens Advice Bureau, Ash Hill Road, Ash.
The Residents' Association for Ashenden Estate, including Ashenden Rd, Beech Grove, The Drive and Cherry Tree Avenue.
Ashford Art Club provides a meeting place for all those interested in painting and drawing of any ability. Artists come along regularly to demonstrate various forms of art and outings are arranged during the year. Exhibitions are held twice a year and all members, including the less experienced ones, are encouraged to exhibit at least one of their works.
Would you like to grow your own fresh fruit and veg? Ashford & District Smallholders has run the Chattern Hill allotment site in Ashford (Spelthorne) for over 100 years. Our 8-acre site lies behind the Hungry Horse/Oaks pub, and is accessed via a narrow lane from Feltham Road, TW15 1BS. We welcome both novice and experienced gardeners.
Ashford Healing Centre offers healing to help restore the balance of mind, body and spirit and promotes self-healing to bring a sense of well-being and peace.
Ashford Horticultural Society is a club for gardening enthusiast. We meet on the second Tuesday each month at St Matthew's Church Hall, Muncaster Close, Ashford, when we usually have an illustrated talk on gardening subjects, sell plants and provide refreshments.,.We have two annual flower shows and run several outings each year to interesting gardens,
Meet at Spelthorne School of Gymnastics, College Way, Ashford (behind Spelthorne college) on Tuesdays. Children from 6 years old 7-8pm Adults 8.30-9.30pm Male & female qualified instructors. Social activities also.
Meets every other Thursday September-June at St Michael's Church Hall,Fordbridge Road,Ashford at 7.45pm. A varied programme of talks,displays, competitions,auctions and meetings with other societies covering all aspects of stamps and postal history.Twice yearly open day in spring and autumn with displays,stamp fair etc. All welcome.
Community Association and Social Club For all ages. Families welcome Member's Bar Sky TV (seasonal), Darts League, Live music, social nights, Quiz nights, Summer BBQs, Outside seating area. Ample parking. Halls and meeting rooms available for hire by local groups, societies etc., private parties. Birthdays, Weddings, Funneral gatherings etc. with kitchen and bar. OAP club, Children's dancing, Sunday car boot
Members are usually 60 years and over but younger folk can join. Activities: afternoons of entertainment and companionship; musical entertainment from visiting artists professional and amateur; annual dinner party (in the Autumn).
Youth Club Nights: Mon 7-9pm (school year 8-9), Tue 7-9pm (school year 7), Wed 7.30pm-9.30pm (young people in school year 10+).
We help ethnic minorities who cannot speak English or have difficulty in communicating. Providing help to Councils, DSS and domestic violence etc.
BANANAS ART is a user run, art group for adults recovering from mental problems. The purpose of the group is to use visual art to build confidence and self esteem. Members are encouraged exhibit and sell their work giving contact with the wider community which will help reduce the stigma of people with mental health conditions.
For men/women,about 50 yrs, wishing to meet their peers for recreation,study,hobbies,etc .
Sale of gardening equipment,tools,seeds and fertilisers to recreational gardeners.Gardening advice from members who are professionals or enthusiastic amateurs.Two trading depots.Areas covered include Lower Kingswood,Kingswood,Tadworth and Banstead.
Run by Sensei David Frost (6th Dan) and Sensei Bill Wheeler (4th Dan) in the heart of Banstead Village for 30 years, the club is a friendly, mixed ability group from beginners to black belt and beyond. Kyushindo Karate is great as a martial art discipline as well as self-defence and real street combat techniques. Ages 16+ welcome.