Surrey on Film 1914 -1935 - a Community in Peace and War a fascinating compilation of films from the Screen Archive South East and was jointly produced with Surrey History Centre. It, traces community life in the county from peacetime through the trauma of two world wars and closes with the coronation celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953.
Scenes from the life of a Chobham family, the Embertons, in the 1930s is one of the sequences. There are also films from the era of the first world war, including women war workers over in the tiny village of Shackleford near Godalming, as well as a 1920s borough carnival in Reigate, and from the 1930s, Empire Day celebrations at Woking's Southern Railway Servant's Orphanage and George V's jubilee celebrations in Walton and Hersham.
The parish meeting is also an opportunity to hear about the parish council's recent activities. The meeting at the parish pavilion starts at 7.30pm and there are refreshments.