Welcome to Cranleigh Community Radio. Bringing a voice to Cranleigh and surrounding villages.

We’re aiming to publish the first episode on Friday 27th March 2020, with new episodes out each week.

Each episode of Cranleigh Community Radio will feature local voices, news and information, and entertainment to get us all through these challenging times.

You can listen to new episodes here on Destination Cranleigh or as a podcast episode download; links to follow.

Cranleigh Community Radio – Pulling Together While Staying Apart

How to contribute to Cranleigh Community Radio

We want to hear from you!

Cranleigh Community Radio is the place for local voices, news, information and entertainment.

There are three ways to contribute some audio for a future episode.

1 – Record something on your phone. Most smartphones have a pre-installed voice recorder app (called Voice Memo on the iPhone). Speak into your phone with this app recording, and then email to the file to hello@destinationcranleigh.net.

2 – Leave us a voice message using the recorder on the page below. You can record a voice message of up to 5 minutes in length and submit it via the Destination Cranleigh website.

3 – If you want to record a conversation with others, record your call in Zoom (it’s free for group conversations up to 40 minutes!) and then email us with the audio file.

We’re looking for variety, so please send through 2-5 minutes worth of your audio recording. As long as a) you’re local, or b) the topic is local, we’re interested in featuring it in a future episode!

If in doubt, email hello@destinationcranleigh.net to share your feature idea. We look forward to hearing from you!

Cranleigh Community Radio


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Cranleigh Community Radio episode 10

In episode 10 of Cranleigh Community Radio, Lynda chats to Rosslyn Doney from Cranleigh Food Bank, Trisha Broomfield shares her poem Perfect Pastry, there’s new music from Richard James Poll, and updates from Cranleigh Lions and Cranleigh Arts Centre. Useful links: Crumblefruit radio and podcast production Cranleigh Food Bank Cranleigh Arts Centre Cranleigh Lions Trisha […]

Cranleigh’s Other Twin

Coming up in this episode, we hear about Cranleigh’s other twin, there’s classical music introduced by Stephen, the Cranleigh Lions update and quiz questions, your weekly update from the Cranleigh Arts team, and an interview with James Rhodes-Smith, a team manager at Co-op Cranleigh. Before we get into this episode, this is the week when […]

Friends in Germany

In episode 8 of Cranleigh Community Radio, we hear from Trevor Dale at the Cranleigh Society, Vallendar Friendship Club chairman Jeremy Watts, Bright Care Cranleigh, local chef Vivianna Small, and our usual segments from Cranleigh Lions, Stephen Dennison, Cranleigh Arts Centre and Trish Broomfield. It’s the longest episode to date – every minute worth your […]

Cranleigh Community Radio Episode 7: Young Cranleigh

Our theme for episode 7 of Cranleigh Community Radio is Young Cranleigh. We’ve got an interview about Young Arts, how to train your parents, Minecraft Tips, Cranleigh Youth Council Music Project, The Great Realisation, The Pitch Hillbillies, and much more. Useful links: Cranleigh Young Arts How to train your parents, by Pete Johnson Cranleigh Youth […]

Cranleigh Community Radio Episode Six

In this episode of Cranleigh Community Radio, we hear from Gary and Sophie Warner who are hosting a 24-hour live DJ set to raise money for NHS Charities Together. Lynda speaks to Diane Davies from Cranleigh Village Hospital League of Friends. There’s an update from the Cranleigh Arts team, with some creative ideas for lockdown. […]

Business advice, recognising voluneers, and weeds that self seed

In this packed episode five of Cranleigh Community Radio, we get business advice from Cranleigh Chamber of Commerce, and update from Cranleigh Medical Practice, we hear from St Joseph’s School, volunteers at Cranleigh Arts Centre, the part one local lady played in the AIDS crisis, an interview with singing teacher Sharon Duggan, the latest update […]

On location, field mushrooms, and arts volunteers

Local voices, news and information, and entertainment to get Cranleigh through these challenging times. In this packed new episode of Cranleigh Community Radio, we hear from film location manager Tobin Hughes, Anna Pritchard from Cranleigh Leisure Centre, two of the trustees from Cranleigh Arts Centre, and surreymummy.com founder Penny Bramsden. There’s also the latest instalment […]

Beer, Lions and a Secret Garden

Local voices, news and information, and entertainment to get Cranleigh through these challenging times. In this jam-packed third edition of Cranleigh Community Radio, we hear from Relay for Life, The Crafty Brewing Co., Cranleigh Mead Little Free Library, Cranleigh Lions, the Secret Garden Sanctuary, Cranleigh Arts Centre, Cranleigh Society, Diary of a Sensible Husband in […]

Cranleigh Community Radio Episode 2

Local voices, news and information, and entertainment to get Cranleigh through these challenging times.   In episode two of Cranleigh Community Radio, we’ve got tips for getting the children to exercise, an interview with a local hero, a message from St Nicolas Church, football training exercises to keep the kids in shape, favourite shows from […]

Cranleigh Pulling Together While Staying Apart

Local voices, news and information, and entertainment to get Cranleigh through these challenging times. In this first episode of Cranleigh Community Radio, we hear from Stella in Hong Kong, chatting with her granny in Cranleigh about life without school. There’s poetry from Trisha Broomfield and an update from the team at Cranleigh Arts Centre. Ewhurst-resident […]

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