Ashtead Good Neighbours
Founded in 2004
About Us

Ashtead Good Neighbours was launched in November 2004 following a suggestion by local resident Mary Hollamby and is a voluntary organisation.

Representatives from Ashtead Residents' Association, Ashtead Churches, Ashtead Rotary, Mole Valley District Council and Surrey Community Action Group worked together to set up and initially fund the scheme. The scheme now runs independently.

At the end of 2017 the scheme had:

184 volunteers

420 clients

In 2017, 1841 jobs were requested.

The scheme is run by a management team which meets at least 3 times a year.

Download* the 2017 Annual Report and the 2017 Annual Accounts.

Volunteers have three meetings a year with the management team to keep up to date with changes, to share good practice, to discuss problems and ideas, and to socialise.

The scheme has no employees.

Ashtead Good Neighbours is registered with:

Surrey Community Action

Voluntary Action Mid Surrey

Community Member of Community Transport Association

National Council for Voluntary Organisations


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