Community Scheme's

Smallfield has a few scheme's running that require community volunteers to help make our parish a safer place to live and also gives the community their say on how the Parish can evolve.


Neighbourhood Watch

This scheme has been running for about 18 months and we could never have believed what a resounding success it could be. With 31 roads represented throughout the village it was reported earlier this year by the Surrey Mirror that Burstow, Horne and Outwood comes out as the safest place to live in Tandridge.

There are 2 roads that require coordinators Churchill Road or Wheelers Lane if you would like to take either of these roads on please contact Debbie Hale at



Speed watch / Traffic calming

You will have noticed our local Speed Watch team in and around the village calming the traffic. If you would like to give up an hour fortnightly to take part in the Speed Watch Scheme contact Jeanie (The Parish Clerk) at for more details. Volunteers require training of 1hour 30mins approx. held on a Saturday morning at Reigate Police Station. If you are interested, please contact Jeanie on the above email address.



Neighbourhood Plan

IMPORTANT HAVE YOUR SAY Please look out for your copy of the Neighbourhood Plan Survey that will be coming through your letterbox early in September. Your opinion is very important; this is your way to express your views and have your say on what and how you would like to see Smallfield and Burstow Parish develop over the next 20 years.

Please complete and return to any of the drop off points in the village, these will be listed on the survey.