Available Groups & Classes


The Arts Society Cranleigh

Philip Akroyd

A lively and welcoming group which aims to promote the knowledge, appreciation and care of the decorative and fine arts through talks, study groups, guided tours, visits to private houses, museums, exhibitions and other places of interest to members of the Society. In addition, The Arts Society is committed to promoting the arts to young people through school-based project work.

Phone: 01243 821 687

www.theartssocietycranleigh.org

Cranleigh Community Choir

Sharon Duggan

The Cranleigh Community Choir meets every Thursday to perform and rehearse a diverse selection of music – including everything from pop, rock, bluegrass, folk, r’n’b and jazz swing to classical. Over the years, the choir has held numerous concerts in the community, including performances at Cranleigh Arts, Notcutts Garden Centre, Spring into Cranleigh and at the Christmas Lights celebrations.

Phone: 01483 271 469

www.cranleighcommunitychoir.co.uk

[email protected]

The Friday Painters

Anne Woodford

The Friday Painters meet at Cranleigh Arts every week to enjoy a morning of painting in all media. Some have not touched a brush since school, some are more experienced. No formal tuition, just a love of art brings together this friendly and welcoming group.

Phone: 01483 272 055

[email protected]

Stitching for Pleasure

Nita Whitaker

A friendly and sociable stitching group who meet at Cranleigh Arts every Wednesday.

Phone: 01483 276 778

Surrey Youth Theatre

Mitch Jenkins

Are you aged 6 – 18? Do you love to act & sing? The main philosophy of SYT is to learn professional skills in a focused and disciplined manner within a happy, supportive family atmosphere. Whether you love to act, sing, work backstage or just have a passion for putting a production together, then SYT is for you.

Phone: 01903 602 815

www.surreyyouththeatre.co.uk

[email protected]

Cranleigh U3A

One of over a 1000 U3As spread across the UK, each affiliated to the Third Age Trust. The U3A was formed for the benefit of retired & semi-retired people who wish to learn and keep active. Members share their knowledge, experience and participate in a wide range of educational, social and leisure activities. Join us, make new friends and share teaching/ learning experiences. No qualifications are required. You can learn new skills and exercise for sheer enjoyment and fun.

www.cranleighu3a.org.uk

Men’s Shed

Cranleigh Men’s Shed has moved! They can now be found at Oliver House, 93 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AU

To get in touch or find out more, please email [email protected]

Pottery with Shelley

Shelley runs a course workshops over five weeks designed to be suitable for both beginners and more experienced potters to develop their existing knowledge.

Create beautiful ceramic ware with an organic theme whilst learning hand building techniques – from pinch pots to slab building and coiling.

Materials provided.

Please see the ‘Arts Workhops’ for course dates and more details.

For more details and booking contact Shelley Bock
07257 908065 or email [email protected]

Six Week Pottery Course

Express your creativity in Clay! Our pottery classes are suitable for all levels and offer a progressive learning environment to discover, develop and improve your skills. Small groups ensure plenty of individual attention and will include throwing on the potters wheel and a range of hand building techniques.

With friendly and supportive tuition and excellent facilities and equipment do join us in the wonderful experience of working with clay!

Please see the ‘Arts Workhops’ for course dates and to book your place.