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Reigate and Banstead
Town Twinning Association
 

The Reigate and Banstead Twinning Association is responsible for the Borough's town twinning links with the town of Eschweiler in the German Rhineland and with Brunoy, south of Paris in France. There is an active membership made up of individuals, families, clubs, societies and companies, who pay a small annual subscription.

The Association organises fund-raising social events and
activities in the Borough and publishes a quarterly newsletter. Two sub-committees - one for Brunoy and one for Eschweiler - arrange regular visits to the twin towns, where members stay with host families in or near the town and take part in organised and more informal activities (such as municipal receptions, visits to vineyards and other local sites and the annual Eschweiler Karneval).

Many local groups have established twinning links with their opposite numbers in Eschweiler and/or Brunoy. The list also includes other cultural societies, educational establishments and sports and leisure groups.

The Association acts as the focal point for all such visits and exchanges between clubs, schools and other groups by giving advice and support and encouraging new links. For more information, please contact the Publicity Officer, Graham Powell on 01737 761 903 or powellspostbox@btinternet.com;

   
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Reigate Priory Museum Society
 

Reigate Priory Museum presents changing exhibitions on a wide range of subjects, designed to appeal to both adults and children. The Museum collection of artefacts concerning local history, social history and costume are often displayed in room, shop or street settings.

The museum is run by an enthusiastic band of volunteers who create new exhibitions, care for the collection, Reigate Priory Museum Societycatalogue, carry out research, act as stewards and organise fund-raising activities. Members of the Museum Society participate in local heritage events and enjoy a varied programme of talks, films and annual concerts. If you are interested in history and would like to join as a volunteer or supporting member, please contact the Museum Curator on 01737-244524 or email reigatepriorymuseum@gmail.com.

 

   
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Reigate Society
 

The Reigate Society was founded in 1952 as an independent non-political body. It is governed by a Council elected annually by the members, and covers Reigate, Redhill, Merstham and Earlswood.

The Reigate SocietyThe Society works through its Council to inspire, initiate and co-ordinate events to enhance the district. It seeks to influence potential developers, planning authorities and other public bodies, including the central Government.

Reigate SocietyA programme is provided of talks, discussions and similar events throughout the year together other social activities for the information and enjoyment of its members. Newsletters and an annual report are circulated. For further information please contact Bridget Doughty on 01737 240 974.

   
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Shaws Corner Literary Society
 

Shaw’s Corner Literary Society has been established for over 100 years and meets at the United Reformed Church, Shaw’s Corner, Blackborough Road, Redhill on alternate Monday evenings at 7.45pm between October and March. The lectures are mainly Powerpoint presentations and cover a wide variety of subjects that are interesting and informative.

They have a membership of some 100, supplemented by visitors covering all age groups. Previous lectures have included the “World of Lavender”, “Tsars and Commissars”, and “William Wordsworth and the Lake District”.

The season covers twelve presentations with a membership subscription of £18 and visitors fee of £3 per lecture. Coffee or tea with biscuits are available at no extra cost. Membership details can be can be found on their website.

 

 
   
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