We are small local business promoters and community event organisers. We specialise in local small businesses and in these harsh financial times like to promote and help them build offering promotional fairs and advertising. We hold local community events and offer most of our services free of charge.
Activities: flying, camping, outdoor pursuits, sports, crafts, community service, drama and The Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme. Girls aged 11-21 years. 
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.
Beavers- 6-8 years, Mon, Wed & Thur. Cubs- 8-10 years, Tues, Weds & Thur. Scouts- boys 10-14 years, Mon. Explorer Scouts- young men & women 14-18 years, Tues. Network Scouts - young men & women 18-25 Band members of scout and guide movement- 8-20 years, Friday. 
1st Englefield Green Group has 3 Sections: Scouts, Cubs and Beavers. Boys and girls are welcome as follows: Beavers: 6-8 years, Mondays, 6-7.15 p.m. Cubs: 8-11 years, Wednesdays, 6.45-8.15 p.m. Scouts: 11-14 years, Fridays, 7.30-9 p.m. Meetings are held at our HQ in Kings Lane, Englefield Green, Surrey TW20 0UB. For further information please visit our website: http://www.egscoutgroup.co.uk/
Join: Beaver Scouts (6-8 years) Cub Scouts (8-11 years) Scouts (11 - 14/15 years) Explorer/Network Scouts (14/15 - 25 years).
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.
1st Molesey Sea Scouts are based in East Molesey Surrey near the River Thames. We have three sections taking boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 14. We are one of only 101 Sea Scout groups recognised by the Royal Navy. Our website provides information for potential and existing members.
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
1st Oxted Scout Group - uniformed youth organisation providing activities for children aged 6 to 14.5
We are the longest established scout group in Staines. Providing scouting activities to boys and girls.
Providing Scouting in Stanwell, to Boys and Girls, Aged 6 to 14, in our Beavers, Cubs and Scouts Sections.
We provide scouting to Stoughton for young people between the ages of 6 to 18 years old. We provide a variety of activities to all our members. We run the following sections: Beavers, Cub, Scouts and Explorers.
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.
Everyone should be able to work, learn or volunteer. Age shouldn’t be a barrier to fulfilling your potential, realizing ambitions or making a contribution to society. The club is a meeting of like-minded people with a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience which they are willing to pass on or develop new skills to facilitate a return back to work.
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.
Aimed at 14-24 year olds A2Dominion tenants, the BE INSPIRED programme provides personal development opportunities, access to apprenticeships and work placements, bursaries, business start up support and loads of networking opportunities to help young people to realise their full potential,through a range of innovative projects and initiatives.
Comfort Companionship Security. We are a non-profit making organisation that provides affordable assisted living for the elderly enabling them to live independently in a well-appointed small shared house where they have the company and a live-in manager. 2 meals per day are provided Contact Nick the house manager on 01737 247928 or our website on www.abbeyfield.com
AbilityNet is a national charity and the UK's leading provider of expertise on computing and disability. With a network of centres across the UK, AbilityNet helps thousands of disabled people of all ages to access computer technology, as well as offering services to the professionals who work with them.
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.
Rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings during term time and we give concerts locally three times a year. Regular donations are made to charity from the proceeds of our concerts, and we often choose charities with which our choir members have a personal connection.
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
Action for Carers (Surrey) is lead by carers, run by an executive committee of carers and supported by professionals from Health, Social Services and the voluntary sector. Its main aim is to raise awareness of carers’ needs and concerns throughout the county and to work in partnership with statutory services.
ACE Surrey offers free impartial information, advice and guidance to carers or former carers who are considering a return to learning or work. We provide support in identifying skills and interests, planning career choices and exploring training and/or employment options.
Action for Life run a programme of 25 different free weekly walks around East Surrey. The mainly level walks are between 1.5 and 4.5 miles,and are aimed at encouraging people to either improve or maintain their health. The guided walks are led by trained volunteer walk leaders.
We work with partners and organisations in Surrey to get the community active and working together to support sport and physical activity.
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.
A friendly club formed in 1933 serving Addlestone and the surrounding district including Bagshot, Staines, Walton-on-Thames and Woking. On Wednesday evenings from September to May we enjoy Scottish Country Dancing at Brook Hall, Ottershaw, to which dancers of all abilities are welcome. Other Scottish or local flavour social events are held to reflect the interests of members.
AFSS provides support, information and advice to refugees and asylum seekers from Sub-Sahara Africa living in Greater London and Surrey. We provide mentoring to young people, skills training into education, training and employment to both adults and youth.
Information and advice to local elderly. Visiting service, bereavement support group, voluntary car pool, luncheon club every other Wednesday, drop-in club, coffee morning, minibus for hire. Mobile warden.
Village transport scheme. Transport available to and from hospital, dentist, doctor etc as necessary. No charge. 
Age Concern Mole Valley is an independent local charity. We design our services with the needs of the local, older, population in mind and we look to the local community for support in delivering and developing these services.
Age Concern Surrey offers an information and advice service for older people and their carers. We also offer counselling, advocacy, training, day care, computer drop in and ageing well (GO50) programme. Contact us by telephone, letter, e-mail or personal visit.
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.
Open to boys and girls aged 13-18. Activities: flying, gliding, shooting, adventure training, Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, sports and visits to R.A.F Stations. 
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.
Albury Parish Plan steering committee are consulting everyone living and working within the Parish to capture future needs.
We are a friendly group of photographers, with members of varying ages and skill levels. We have a growing digital section and we still support the traditional techniques of photography. Look at our programme and you will see events for everyone, presentations from known experts, competitions to excite and learn from, practical evenings to raise your understanding.
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.
Historic Anglican church serving members of the Warlingham and local community. Ideal venue for marriages, baptisms, funerals in addition to regular worship. Many community activities