Dorking Repair Cafe

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Welcome to Dorking’s first ever Repair Café. Helping Dorkinians reduce landfill waste by repairing broken items. We live in a throw away culture, an era of mass production and it’s damaging our beautiful and precious planet. Things have to change, the way we live has to change because the way we are currently living is […]

Dorking Children’s Allotment

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Dorking Children’s Allotment is a community project started in 2015 and run by a core group of parents for local children, educated at school or home-schooled. Our plot is located on Ranmore Road behind St Martins School. Dorking Children’s Allotment provides a learning and play space that also helps bring a sense of community to […]

Dorking Solar Group

Dorking Solar Group Ltd (FCA registered: RS007367) is a non-political, not-for-profit, social benefit society, part of the wider ‘Transition Towns’ network. We were established in 2015 to take real action in the race against climate change and air quality emissions. Over the past few years we have been raising awareness about the threats of global […]

Food Float

Food Float is a not for profit, Community Interest Company (CIC) largely run and supported by volunteers. You will find it positioned outside Barclay’s bank on Dorking High Street every Friday & Saturday, 9am-3pm. Food Float offers a range of local food, including bread, cheese, eggs, seasonal fruit and vegetables, including some wonderful vine tomatoes, […]

Dorking Community Orchard

Founded in 2009, we have established a small but growing community orchard on a beautiful, 2 acre site on the outskirts of the town (next to the Ranmore Allotments). There are over 100 fruit trees planted, growing mainly apples, with an emphasis on local varieties, as well as pears and various stone fruits. Each year […]

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