Community - Leatherhead Community Information

Leatherhead is a lively community with a wide range of facilities and local activities on offer to residents and visitors. The Leatherhead and Ashtead Area Forum meets every 3 months to discuss matters of local interest. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

The Help Shop also provides a range of services from information on local attractions to guidance on Council matters.

The Leatherhead Institute, located at the east end of the High Street, is the centre of many educational and social activities. It is the base for the Leatherhead Community Association. The Association was formed in 1977 with the object of encouraging social activities for local people. During the year over 80 local clubs and organisations use the Institute. These include activities as diverse as barn dances, art classes, stamp and bridge clubs. Members of the Association receive a news sheet of activities every two months.

The town has an excellent range of local schools and a variety of churches. There are sporting activities for the active and the spectator. The town has a cricket club and football club , both located within the grounds of the Leatherhead Leisure Centre.

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Details of the Ashtead and Leatherhead Area Forum can be obtained from the Mole Valley District Council website -

To hire a room at the Leatherhead Institute contact Sarah on 01372 360508. For more information about the Leatherhead Community Association

To find out more about the Leatherhead Residents Association

To find out more about the Local History Society

To find out more about the history of the parish church, St Mary and St Nicholas

To find out more about all the churches in Leatherhead

For further information regarding the Mole Valley Arts Forum

For information regarding local community groups and organisations

For other information about Leatherhead have a look at the following links.