I provided the first full Therfield website 1999-2004. I now maintain only the Alumni and History pages, covering the days from the school's beginnings in Woodvill Road. The school's own website is at Therfield School Leatherhead
Churches Together in Leatherhead
Gateway to the Anglican, Evangelical, Methodist, Roman Catholic and URC churches in Leatherhead. CTL now have their own website.
The Anglican parishes of Leatherhead (St Mary & St Nicholas, with All Saints) & Mickleham (St Michael & All Angels, & Chapel of Ease Westhumble). I created Leatherhead's website in 1997 and Mickleham's in 2002. In 2013 Leatherhead's site was re-developed commercially. I still maintain the history/archive pages. In 2014 Mickleham at last began developing their own website.
Over 1000 years of Christian witness at this landmark church looking out over Mole Valley.
A registered Charity dedicated to preserving Leatherhead Parish Church's fabric and churchyard
An action group, part of the Leatherhead Residents' Association, formed to influence the development and commercial viability of Leatherhead. The site is maintained for the historical record.
This website (now wholly provided since Autumn 2010 via NADFAS) was originally set up by me in a different format in 2001, one of the earliest DFAS websites and winner of the 2002 NADFAS Digital Award.
Set up their site in 1997. Replaced by an
externally sourced site launched in October 2017, making use
of much of the original material & continuing to link to
some key pages. Discovering and recording the history of
Leatherhead, Ashtead, Bookham, Headley & Fetcham.
Aiming to record all those on Leatherhead War Memorials who gave their lives for our present freedom in the World Wars and other conflicts since then.
Local area War Memorial websites have also been established on behalf of the Leatherhead & District Local History Society (see above) for these other War Memorials:
Members from a wide area around Guildford, including Leatherhead. Meets on the second Wednesday of the month at the Guildford 'Y' Centre
The ACA was formed to provide fellowship for all those with a flying brevet. We decided to close the branch in the Summer of 2013 but our website continues, including over 40 aircrew stories.
See also Frank's other major RAF-related