Things to do

Annual Events in Westcott

WESTfest 2023

In 2023 Westcott’s annual village fair WESTfest will be on Bank Holiday Monday 8th May in celebration of His Majesty the King’s Coronation.

This year with a Coronation Street Party theme there will be the usual fun and entertainment for all the family.  WESTfest is a great opportunity for friends and neighbours to come together and for village organisations and local small businesses to connect with the residents of Westcott. As usual WESTfest will be held at Cradhurst Recreation Ground. Pop the date in your diary now – Monday 8th May 2023 at Cradhurst Recreation Ground


Annual Village Litter Pick - November

Many hands make light work – come and join your friends and neighbours for a couple of hours on a Saturday in November (exact date confirmed each year) to help clean up the public areas of the village.  All equipment is provided.  Great team spirit and the reward of a tidy village afterwards.

Westcott Christmas Fair – held in November each year – date tbc

12-4pm at The Westcott Village Hall (formerly The Reading Room).  Plenty of Christmas goodies and seasonal food on sale, Raffle and Tombola, unique arts and crafts, non-stop cafe.  Free entry and parking on site.

Christmas Carols around the Village Christmas Tree on the Green – held each year in December – date tbc

Come along and join your friends and neighbours to sing some Christmas Carols led by The Church in Westcott.  Meet on the green by the Christmas Tree @6pm.  Mulled wine will be available with all donations going to charity.  

To help with our green credentials you can view or download a digital copy of the carol sheet HERE Limited paper copies will also be available on the night.

Regular Things to Do in Westcott - clubs, societies, social events

Westcott Sports Club

Westcott Sports Club is situated at Stable Meadow at the eastern end of the village, it’s entrance is on Milton Street. Club cricket has been played at Westcott for over 150 years (since 1869) and club football since 1935.

The 2019 season saw Westcott Cricket Club hosting their 150 anniversary. Established in 1869 and situated in the heart of the Surrey Hills, Westcott were one of the founding members of the Surrey Downs League. Since it’s establishment in 1975, Westcott have won the 1st division of the Surrey Downs League six times as well as success in the Village Cricket League. Westcott currently field one adult Saturday side (Surrey Downs League), and one Sunday side (Village Cricket League) as well as a Women’s side and Junior Section with age groups ranging from 7-18.

New members of all levels are always welcomed.

In total we have around 90 senior playing members aged 18-65 and over 50 juniors aged 5-17 who learn, train and play for one of the many teams. It’s a fantastic club offering a wonderful opportunity for young and older enthusiasts in the village.

Contact details: 

Club Chairman Tony McKay (until Oct’22) then Alan Pickering
Cricket enquiries; Alan Pickering email:

Football enquiries; Paul McKeown email:

Ladies Cricket Club:Rebecca Taylor on 07917 881911.

Surrey Hills Dog Training

Home setup and settling in

Preparing for your new arrival, advice on creating the right environment and setup to make this time as stress free as possible for all involved. Guidance on essential equipment, sleep, feeding, interaction, socialisation, and common issues such as toilet and crate training, mouthing. Providing you with the foundations of the essential desired behaviours.

Puppy to adult group classes

Indoor and outdoor small group classes (max 6). I will provide you with the knowledge and tools to build the foundations of your puppy’s socialisation, development and continued learning.  Helping you develop good habits and learn each other’s language.

One to one training

These may suit if you can’t make a group class, have a nervous/rescue dog or particular training issue(s) you require help with for example recall, loose lead or jumping up.


An increasingly popular fun, low impact agility style class. Hourly sessions involve navigating hoops, barrels and tunnels and is a great way to have fun and bond with your dog. Suitable for all ages.

Six week course – contact for next available dates.


Workshops focussing on developing specific skills, for example loose lead walking or recall.

John Venn

07880 707467

Email – 


Westcott Local History Group

Meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month at St Johns Community Centre, 7.45pm for 8pm start, plus organise regular walks and visits. 

Contact: or visit 


Nirvana Cycle Rides

Join Nirvana for one of their regular rides, all start from the shop on the green in Westcott. They have a wide range of rides to suit all tastes and abilities. It’s a great way to meet new people and discover the amazing network of trails that criss-cross the Surrey Hills all around us.

Contact: or visit


Elly’s Fitness Classes

A fun way to exercise and keep fit in Westcott, classes are tailored to all levels and needs. All abilities welcome whether you are a beginner or more advanced. Elly’s Fitness Classes are very popular and take place every Tuesday evening at the Westcott Village Hall (formerly the Reading Room). 5.45pm Early Bird Circuits, 6.30pm Circuits, 7.15pm Aerobifit

Contact: or visit ellysfitnessclasses on Facebook


Westcott Village Coffee Morning

The village coffee morning was first started in 1966 and has been running ever since. New faces always welcome, open to everyone, children welcome. The first Wednesday in every month at the Westcott Village Hall (formerly the Reading Room) at 10am.

Contact: Jean Mickle 01306 881208


Bridge Club

Established some 16 years ago the Westcott Bridge Club meets every Monday evening at the Westcott Village Hall (formerly the Reading Room) 7pm until 10pm. We play 20-21 boards of duplicate bridge with a break for refreshments. Table fee £3 per person per night. New members especially those new to bridge always welcome. 

Further info:

David Royle 01306 880102 or Jill Attfield 01306 882040 


St John’s Weekly Café

All are welcome at the weekly café held every Monday at 9.15am until 11.45am at St John’s. Fresh tea and coffee plus homemade cakes and a warm welcome for all.



Pilates Physiotherapy and health centre right in the heart of Westcott. Providing, physio, massage and machine-based Pilates by an expert team of clinicians and sessions based on your needs. From initial biomechanical assessments to private clinical Pilates, duo sessions, reformer classes and many more.

Contact: or visit


Chris Forsey Art Class

Painting classes in Westcott with water-colours, acrylics and mixed media. Intermediate level and those with a little experience are welcome. Monday mornings at 10am in the Westcott Village Hall (formerly the Reading Room).

Contact: or visit


Westcott Women

A relaxed informal social gathering of Westcott Women to share ideas and learn new things, with guest speakers and organised visits to places of interest.  Everyone is welcome. 

More information contact: Jacki Moss 01306 881481


Westcott Gardeners Club

A fun enjoyable way to share your passion for plants or for just pottering around the garden.  The Westcott Gardeners Club has been running since 1955 and holds two flower shows a year in the Westcott Village Hall (formerly the Reading Room), regular talks as well as outings to gardens to enjoy.  New members are always welcome. 

Contact Sheena Salmon 01306 885597


Cookie Club

The Cookie Club is an informal and friendly group for parents, grandparents and carers along with their babies and pre-school children.  Enjoy comfy sofas, good coffee and friendship. Every term-time Thursday 9am to 11am @ St John’s. 

£2 per family

Further information by email please contact


Richings Korean Martial Arts Club

We’d love to welcome the community of Westcott to have a go at our Korean Martial Arts classes. Second degree black belt Alan Richings new martial arts club is proud to have set up in the charming village of Westcott, we welcome new students of all ages, abilities and fitness levels. Based on the principles of Choi Kwang Do this accessible martial art will increase fitness, flexibility and confidence. 

Your first class is FREE so why not come along and try it out? For more information please email or visit our Facebook page 


  • Second Degree Black Belt Alan Richings is CRB checked and First Aid trained
  • The classes are based on the Korean martial art Choi Kwang Do
  • We are an inclusive club who welcome people of all ages and fitness levels
  • First class is FREE
  • There are a number of membership options from family membership to pay as you go
  • Classes comprise of a mixture of stretching, martial arts/selfdefense techniques, pad and shield work, patterns cardio and general fitness
  • We have a healthy snacks tuck shop providing home made healthy snacks
  • The principles of this martial art are – Humility, Integrity, Gentleness, Perseverance, Self Control and Unbreakable Spirit.

Aikido Classes

Aikido is a practice of self-defense which aims to harmonise and transform an attack rather than block it. Kenjutsu is a sword form we practice with wooden and leather covered bamboo swords. Both are a training of mind, body and spirit which have many applications to everyday life.

Classes are held on Wednesdays 5pm-9pm. Cost: £15 per class, or £50 for 5 classes paid in advance. £25 annual membership, covering insurance and membership of an international Aikido and Kenjutsu association, through which we grade black belts and get access to international seminars.

Further details: Nicola Endicott 3rd Dan
01306 640389