News and Publications


Parents Tennis Tournament And Cricket Competition

Cranleigh Friends are delighted to invite you to join us for a fun and social morning with a Parents’ Tennis Tournament in aid of the Cranleigh Foundation on Saturday 29th April. Entry costs £25 per person, which includes a delicious breakfast, and mid-morning refreshments. Players will be placed on courts with others of similar ability, to ensure that it’s fun and enjoyable for everyone.

We also hope to run a six-a-side cricket match series alongside this, and are asking for expressions of interest for the cricket. Please note that this activity is not suitable for beginners. Players should have experience of playing at a reasonable school/club level, and have their own equipment.

If you would like to take part in either activity, please complete the application form by Friday 24th March.
Should you have any queries, please contact Belinda Graham-Rack.

We look forward to seeing you at the Tournament.


The Cranleigh Christmas Fair has been a hugely successful event for the past 14 years, popular with shoppers and stallholders alike, and has raised over £100,000 for the Cranleigh Foundation under the careful stewardship of Cranleigh Foundation Trustee, Mrs Belinda Graham-Rack.

We hold the Fair in the Michaelmas Term at Cranleigh Prep and it is always a popular event. The date this year will be Saturday the 4th of November 2023, from 10 – 4.

Cranleigh Foundation Week 

In March 2022, we held the Cranleigh Foundation Week, a seven-day campaign to celebrate the work and plans of the Foundation. 

We put together a dedicated website featuring articles and videos which throw a spotlight on the Foundation, its achievements and the people behind it. We are delighted with the engagement of Cranleighans with it attracting thousands of impressions on Twitter and hundreds reading the content we produced for the week.



To celebrate his 75th birthday, Old Cranleighan and Chairman of the Trustees of the Cranleigh Foundation, Mr Nick Meyer, took on the challenge of walking 300 miles of the Cornish coast over the summer of 2019 in aid of the Cranleigh Foundation. Nick sponsored himself £30 per mile and sought sponsorship from members of the Cranleigh community.

Nick raised over £25,000 — a fantastic achievement!