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Pixham Residents Association

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Pixham and its community


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The Pixham Residents Association was formed in 2009 with the idea of enhancing our local environment and strengthening our community through encouragement of joint activities. As well as putting on successful social events, such as the Pixham Summer Fete, monthly coffee mornings and pop-up pubs, we have initiated a number of community projects, campaigned to make Old Pixham School a community centre, others are in the pipeline.


CoFFee Mornings First Wednesday of month  - Old Pixham School - 10.00 - 12 noon - next one 6th March


Pixham Speed and Parking Action Group (PSPA)

now renamed as Pixham Speed and Traffic Action Group (STAG)

Following increasing concerns of residents about the level and speed of traffic in Pixham Lane, together with parking problems, we have set up a steering group to investigate and push forward on measures to address these issues. 

Notes on the 16th Jan Public meeting here 

Notes on previous meetings:

5th Oct. 2023 here

24th Oct. 2023 here

20th Nov. 2023 here


Defibrillator and CPR training

There are 2 accessible defibrillators located in Pixham - one at the sports pavilion, and one at St Mary's Church. 

In line with this there will be a CPR awareness class, open to all, at 6:30pm on Friday 2nd of February at Old Pixham School. 

A local paramedic has kindly offered her services for this free, but there will be a donation tin for Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance. 

Apply to . 

Places will be given on a first come, first served basis. If there is enough demand we (PRA) will arrange further dates.


St. Mary's Sessions - Live music at St. Mary's Church, Pixham.

Next event March 9th - Bex Marshall Trio - 7.30 for 8pm. Tickets at:


Film Night - March 22nd - "The Colour Room" - Old Pixham School - 7.30pm for 8pm. To book email:


Application for development at Station Approach, Dorking.

Clarion have submitted plans for a 7-storey apartment block at Station Approach. This is likely to have an impact on Pixham, and the PRA has lodged an objection

This is your last-minute chance to comment on the application. Search  Mole Valley Planning Applications: MO/2023/1814  (Citizen Portal Planning - application details (

You can also read other people's comments by scrolling down to 'Letters of Representation'. Only 16 objections have been received so far. 



Development of Aviva site

Stonegate have submitted plans for conversion of the current office blocks on the Aviva site to apartments, and for construction of housing and community facilities on the rest of the site.

Our summaries of the two submissions, together with links to the full documentation on the MVDC website can be seen by clicking here for the office block developments and here for the housing.

NB. These summaries have been prepared by the PRA,  and to the best of our knowledge are an accurate representation of the plans. They are provided for information only 

Join/Renew Pixham Residents’ Association Membership 2023

At £5 per household it’s the bargain of the year. Membership now starts in January Pay online (preferred), cash or cheque. Join now and your membership will last until 31st Dec 2023. You can make your life easier with a yearly standing order,

New members please  e-mail to with your name, address and email address  (for updates & local news)

Payment is by Bank transfer to Pixham Residents Association sort code 40-19-22, a/c 61522590. Please give your

House number and Road as the bank reference. If you’re unable to pay online you can still pay by card, cheque or

cash at any PRA event or directly to Treasurer, David Sinden, 87 Leslie Road, Pixham, Dorking RH4 1PW. Any cheques are payable to Pixham Residents’ Association.

Many thanks for your support.


David Sinden, PRA Treasurer:


Old Pixham School enquiries and bookings:
tel  07920 446625
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