Friends of Dunsfold Common: Especially of interest to those who have property in Dunsfold Parish, as the preservation and improvement of Dunsfold Common is the main aim. Please click HERE for further information.
Contact: Alastair Bentall (Tel: 01483 200071).
Cost: There is no set membership fee, but donations by covenant or banker’s order are welcome (the organisation is a registered charity).
If you’re already a member of another club that uses the KGV (such as the Dunsfold Football or Tennis Clubs), your subscription will automatically make you a member of the KGV Social Club – so you can go along to their bar and drink!
Located at the King George V playing fields and social club is
the village playground. Offering a variety of outside activities
for children in a safe, fenced area and with plenty of space
for running around.
St Mary and All Saints is the Dunsfold Parish Church. Please see the Churches Section for more information including times of services. Contact: Revd Dr Stephen R White – The Rectory, Church Green, Dunsfold, Surrey GU8 4LT Tel: 01483 200048.
A group of retired men who meet on Tuesdays in the Sun Inn at 10.30am for coffee and drinks. There is also lunch on the first Tuesday of the month in different local pubs.
Contact: Richard Woof (Tel: 01483 201111).
There’s no fee, but you’ll have to pay for what you consume.
(By the way, pretend you are Spanish to pronounce the name correctly.) To subscribe to the Jubilados email list please fill the form in Here.
Dunsfold Village Shop is a Community Shop and we
encourage you to support it in as many ways as you can. In
order for The Shop to grow and flourish your feedback is
valuable. Please let us know what you would like in your Shop.
Gemma Versteeg (Shop Manager) and her team are happy
to hear from you, so do pop by and let us know.
Set in the heart of the delightful Surrey village of Dunsfold and close to the Sun Inn, the Village Shop and Post Office and the Village cricket ground the WINN HALL is an ideal country location for: Stage shows, Lectures, Dances, Concerts, Wedding receptions, Private parties, Adult education and indoor recreation.
For bookings please see The Winn Hall website below: dunsfold.info
The Sun Inn is an elegant Grade II listed 18th century pub on
the village common overlooking the village cricket pitch and
village common. The licensees, Chris and Von Lindesay, aim to
provide the friendly old-fashioned atmosphere of a village
local with open log fires in winter and an excellent range of
beer, lager, wines and a varied menu.
The ‘Home Ground’ is the KGV Sports & Social Club, Dunsfold.
Training on Wednesday evenings at 7pm.
Matches are on Saturday afternoons, 2pm kick off.
Guildford and Woking Alliance Football League.
Chairman – Mark Barnett 07952 461308
Secretary/Treasurer – Nikki Fretwell 07540497661
Signing-on fee £60.00 per year which includes Club membership. Match fee £5.00 per game
Dunsfold Cricket Club has remained true to its roots and spurned the onslaught of league cricket. Dunsfold CC only plays friendly (but very
competitive!) matches almost always at home (on the village
green, near the war memorial) on Sundays starting at 2.15pm
usually finishing, and in the Sun Inn, by 7.30pm! Our season
starts at the end of April and finishes in early September.
Dunsfold Tennis Club is a friendly village-run club in the heart of the village. The Club is affiliated to the LTA, has two floodlit hard courts and a members clubhouse. We welcome players of all standards and offer coaching to those who want to improve their game, as well as running in-house tournaments and matches against other clubs for members who want to play more competitively.
for information contact us: email@example.com http://www.dunsfoldtennisclub.co.uk
These senior citizens (ie those over 60) meet on the first
Wednesday in the month, usually in the Winn Hall at 2.30pm.
There are garden visits, talks and outings.
Contact: Jo Burt Tel: 01483 200834.
Cost: Annual membership is 6 pounds.
At present, the productions are in the autumn at the Winn Hall.
There are occasional play readings and other activities. Many
people, though, will be needed for the productions: stage-
hands, electricians, make-up, front-of-house, dogsbodies – as
well as those who might be prepared to go on the stage
(and attend all the rehearsals necessary!).
The Dunsfold Bonfire takes place each year on the Saturday closest to the 5th organised by a small committee of local volunteers.
2018 might well have been the last time for the Dunsfold Bonfire as helper numbers are slowly dwindling. We urgently need help and if you would like to keep this spectacular event running then please volunteer by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org