Art Courses

Tandridge Trust has an established Arts and Culture department which over the past 11yrs has become recognised for providing excellent and inspiring arts opportunities for the local community and across the region. We work across all art forms, including dance, drama, craft, music, fine art, literature and other cultural areas such as heritage and countryside. All our activities are run by carefully selected arts professionals, who are DBS checked and offer a wealth of experience to participants.

This year we have introduced a series of one off workshops for adults, children and families. These will run on selected weekends throughout the year and include Clay Modelling, Painting, Drawing , Pottery and Printing, amongst other things.

For more information on our latest arts courses please contact the Arts Team:

Term Time Courses

Dip Your Brush -

Learn the basics, traditional and exciting techniques for beginners and mixed ability art lovers too.

Wednesdays, 1.30pm - 3.30pm (term time only)
10 week course £114


Watercolour Technique -

Learn traditional and innovative techniques for those with a passion and have some experience in painting.

Tuesdays, 10.30am - 12.30pm (term time only)
10 week course £114


Materials are not provided - a list of those required is available from and also from the tutor.

World Record Art Challenge!

The Society for All Artists (SAA) are attempting to set the World Record for the largest number of original artworks to be displayed together under one roof - and Tandridge Trust Watercolour classes have taken part! Take a look at the beautiful work our artists have created:



These works of art were all added to The SAA World Record Art Challenge. Launched in September 2015, it aimed to get the nation painting to set the record for 'The Largest Number of Original Artworks Exhibited Under One Roof'. Entries were submitted from all over the country, and the grand total after final count and processing was 32,383! Congratulations to all our Tandridge Trust artists.

For more information about this world record attempt, please visit

For more information about our Art classes for all levels, please email or telephone 01883 716717 and select Option 4.


Sports Courses

Sport and physical activity is a very important part of a healthy lifestyle. We believe it is beneficial for people of all ages and abilities to be active and take part in sport or fitness. We aim to provide a variety of rewarding and fun courses and activities at an affordable price.

All of our sports courses for children are coached by fully qualified and DBS checked coaches who specialise in coaching children of different ages and abilities, and, most importantly, help them have fun whilst they learn.

Our courses don’t stop at the teenage years, we also have courses aimed at sporty adults who want to keep fit and healthy through regular exercise. Our adult courses are coached by fully qualified coaches with years of experience in their field, who will get the best out of you no matter what your ability and help you keep fit in a fun environment, whilst also teaching you a new or forgotten skills! 

Click here to view our current Sports and Fitness brochure

Special Projects

Vitamin G Community Art Garden, Caterham

Do you love the great outdoors? Are you a keen gardener? Would you like to try some thing new? Then come and get involved with the Vitamin G Community Art Garden, located in Queens Park Gardens, Caterham!

Every Tuesday, the keen gardeners of Surrey Choices attend the Vitamin G Community Art Garden to help with it’s maintenance and upkeep. We are currently looking for volunteers to support Surrey Choices and help maintain and develop the garden. Volunteering tasks include planting of low, raised and accessible planting beds, creating and painting visual displays, and art activities. No previous gardening experience is necessary, however - if you are an experienced gardener we would value you sharing your experience and knowledge with the group.

All are welcome, just bring a pair of gloves and we will provide the tools, equipment and the garden!

Can you help? Sessions run every Tuesday, 10am – 12pm at: Caterham Vitamin G Community Art Garden Queens Park Queens Park Road Caterham, CR3 5RB The garden is located near the Queens Park Pavillion, next to the tennis courts, behind the garden with the clock tower.

For further information or to confirm your availability, please contact Nicola Field (Senior Activities Facilitator for Surrey Choices at The Douglas Brunton Centre) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: 01483 806650 or visit the website:

Surrey Choices is a social care provider which supports people across Surrey with a range of abilities to find the best care, activities and services for their needs.

The Vitamin G Community Art Garden, Caterham has been a partnership project with Tandridge Trust Leisure and Culture Limited, Tandridge District Council and Arts Partnership Surrey. For further details on the Surrey wide Vitamin G gardens please see the  website:

The construction of the Vitamin G Community Art Garden

The Caterham Vitamin G Community Art Garden is part of a county wide initiative aimed at promoting independence and wellbeing for the older people in the district. The innovative project has created a new community art garden in the grounds of Queens Park, Caterham and further gardens across Surrey. The project aims to offer practical ways for residents to stay active and healthy, to learn new skills and to enjoy working and creating together in an inspirational and therapeutic way, whilst also incorporating the opportunity to learn.

Working in consultation throughout 2014, the local residents put forward their ideas and aspirations for the garden, and then garden designer Anita Smith of Anita Smith Designs, and woodwork artist Ruth Wheeler from Sculpt It, used these ideas to help design and create the finished garden. Working in conjunction with de Stafford School and Coombe Dingle Nursing Home, they took the community ideas and helped shaped them in to woodwork sculptures and clay pebbles to add to the final garden design.

With the help of volunteers from the local community, the Vitamin G Community Art Garden was completed in June. It was opened by Councillor Rose Thorn on 21 June 2015 at a celebratory garden party, where Caterham residents got to try there hand at woodwork sculptures, pebble painting and planting.

The project has worked across the generations, bringing together young and old throughout the process, and has created a therapeutic space for all to enjoy!

For further details on the gardens please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or take a look at the website:


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20 April - 25 May: £24 (usual price £30.50)
8 June - 13 July: £24 (usual price £30.50)  

For further information or to book please call The Village Health Club on 01883 716717 (option 3)


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Table Tennis is a fun and social sport, proven to help with cognitive skills, improvement of memory and reactions. These sessions can help you live your life to the full! Equipment provided, please bring a drink
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Member £3 / Non member £3.50
01883 716717 option 2