Pixham Residents Association

With unobstructed views of nearby Box Hill, Pixham is located by the confluence of Pippbrook and the River Mole on the eastern edge of Dorking. Pixham has existed as a settlement for many years, with houses dating back to the 17th century. There is even the suggestion that a Romano-British fortified post was located here, serving nearby Stane Street.

More recently the author of Robinson Crusoe, Daniel Defoe, attended the Reverend James Fisher's boarding school in Pixham Lane. The early 19th Century saw the construction of two watermills - Pixham Mill on the Pippbrook built in 1837 on the site of an earlier mill - and Castle Mill on the River Mole. Both mills and the adjoining houses are grade 2 listed.

A well-known Pixham resident and benefactor, Miss Mary Mayo, enriched the community by providing land for an infant's school (which became St Martin's Annexe and is now our Community Centre), which was built in 1880, and a church. Designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1903, the grade 2 listed St Mary's Church, and the traditionally styled primary school are both located on Pixham Lane.  As well as these historical attractions, Pixham boasts a large sportsground in a beautiful rural setting.

In 1928 Pixham was absorbed by the Urban District Council into Dorking, but has retained its character.

We formed the Resident's Association in 2009 to enhance our local environment and to build on our existing community. As well as putting on successful social events, such as the Pixham Fun Day, we have initiated a number of community projects, with others in the pipeline.

Pixham Pop Up Pub
Good to see so many people enjoying our Pop Up Pub at Old Pixham School on Saturday 15th July - a significant sum was raised for OPS redecoration


Old Pixham School - redecoration

We hope to get the school decorated inside, this should happen over August, but the school will not be entirelyy closed for events over that period 


Table tennis at Old Pixham School
Play ping-pong at Pixham!  Informal fun evening sessions every Tuesday - 7.30 - 9.30 pm Come along and have a go! All welcome.
Get in touch with John Hammond: help@pixhamresidents.org
or just drop in.

Coffee mornings at Old Pixham School
Coffee mornings on the first Wednesday of the month have proved a popular venue  to chat and enjoy the fresh coffee, tea and home made cakes. 
If you're cycling or walking past why not come in and be refreshed.
As always, offers of help will be gratefully received.
Thanks are due to the School management for making this possible.

Old Pixham School
Our community centre
is now open for business. We have one large room and a smaller one, both with kitchen facilities. See 
http://www.oldpixhamschool.com/hirefind.html for details. Enquiries and bookings to:
Mary Peckham: tel 01306 882408
email mpixham@btinternet.com

Community Speedwatch
The Speedwatch group has been monitoring vehicle speed in Pixham Lane for over a year now. With traffic flows of 200-600 vehicles/hour, and over 5% off these significantly exceeding the 30mph limit (max. recorded so far was 62mph), we need to maintain our activity.
More volunteers needed
contact: Sue Mill: susan.m.mill@gmail.com



Next events:

Table Tennis: Every Tuesday evening - Old Pixham School 7.30 - 9.30 pm. We will continue sessions through the summer

Coffee Morning: Wednesday 2nd August - Old Pixham School 10 am - noon. Coffee, tea cakes and crafts

Pixham Ramblers: We are having a break in July - next ramble Sunday 20th August

Download a copy of the print Pixham Post - see links at the bottom of this page


  for local information and services try Mole Valley and Me





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Paul Knivett - Photographer

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 Our local councillor:

Duncan Irvine
District Councillor Mole Valley District Council

Pixham, Mickleham & Westhumble



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John Hammond,
28 Jun 2016, 12:46
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John Hammond,
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John Hammond,
26 Feb 2015, 08:51