Social Groups & Entertainment
Gomshall Village Club
Address: Queen Street, Gomshall. GU5 9LY
Phone: 01483 205409
Originally the Tannery Club and founded between WWI and WWII, it became Gomshall Village Club after WWII.
The Club has a large bar area, with pool table, TV and dart boards, as well as a snooker room with two full size tables, a large function room (available to hire to members), a committee room and a paved outdoor area with sheltered seating and a barbecue facility.
Regular events are held and we always welcome new members.
Contact Info: Christine O’Loughlin
Phone: 01483 203748
Ladies from the communities of Peaslake, Gomshall and Shere meet on a monthly basis for a social event.
The programme currently includes a visit to Shere Museum and guided walk, a card making workshop and a talk by a local charity. Members also help with village events and raise funds for charities.
Other special interest are a walking group, book and culture club, together with a trippers group.
Yearly membership is £10.
New members are always welcome.
Address: Shere Village Hall, Gomshall Lane, Shere GU5 9HE
Phone: 01483 229090
For years, Shere has enjoyed playing a cameo role or two on the big (and not-so-big) screen, for productions requiring an idyllic, English-village backdrop. This time, the Big Screen has come to Shere with the not-for-profit Cinema.
The project has been funded through the generosity of local people, businesses and grant-making bodies and will operate with all profits being donated to local charities of your choice.
Please visit our website for more information www.villagecinema.org