Chairman: Ed Langridge
Ed moved to the village from Tunbridge Wells in 1985. In 2008 he became a councillor for Speldhurst Parish and chaired several of the committees. He is currently deputy chair of the locally based 3H charity which helps around 600 disabled children, adults and their carers get a holiday away. He founded the All Saints' Church Friends Group, the Langton Green Car Club and is co-owner of Langton Life magazine. Having been a past committee member of the Rural Society, Ed re-joined the committee in 2015 having stepped down from the Parish Council in the same year.
Secretary: currently vacant LGRS.Secretary@gmail.com
Membership Secretary: Helen Fuller LGVS.Membership@gmail.com
Helen moved to the Village in 1989 and joined the Society Committee in February 1999 as our Membership Secretary. She is responsible for collating all of our membership information and maintaining the data.
Treasurer: David Brimlow
David has lived in Langton Green since 1988. He joined the Committee as its new Treasurer in 2013. He has been instrumental in moving the Society away from door to door collections and on to the standing order method of subscription payments. He also organises our newsletters which the Society now send out by email.
Village Fete Coordinator: Josie Gamble Langtonfete@gmail.com
Josie has lived locally since 1987. She has been a member of the Fete sub-committee for five years and has now taken over as its Chair (2019). Previously, she has been Chair of the LG School PTA and has been running the Little Saints group at All Saints' Church for 15 years. She enjoys cycling and is a local artisan.
Neil Barrington-Johnson: Neil and his family moved to Langton Green in 2002. Whilst his family remained here Neil spent several of the following years living overseas, returning full time to the Village in 2011. Having helped with the Village Fete for several years on visits home, in 2011 he joined, and continues to be a part of, the Fete working group, currently as the Chairman. Neil joined the Village Society Committee in 2014. He is also the Chairman of Speldhurst Parish Council.
Pam Morris: Langton Green has been Pam's home since 1988. For much of the next 20 years she lived overseas with her diplomat husband, returning frequently to the village. Since his retirement in 2008 she is enjoying living in the village permanently and getting more involved in local activities. Pam helps decide on our awarding of the student grants each year.
Lyn Dollimore: Lyn has lived in the Village for over 30 years and is our quiz organiser, which is held at the Village Hall normally in February or March each year.
Jeremy Stirling: Jeremy has also lived in the Village for over 30 years and takes a keen interest in the current 'hot topic' of Gatwick; both with the airport's expansion and with the narrowing of the flight arrival paths over west Kent. He is our ears and eyes with the other protest groups in Kent and Sussex. Jeremy also makes time to write the weekly Village update for the K&S Courier.
Peter Brown: Peter moved from Lancashire to Tunbridge Wells in 1980 and lived in Culverden Down until 2003 before moving to Langton Green. Peter became involved in Neighbourhood Watch in Langton Green in 2005 and is the Area Coordinator. He also has NhW responsibilities in the Tunbridge Wells Borough, and is Secretary of the West Kent Neighbourhood Watch Association. He was on the Speldhurst Parish Council for several years from 2007. He became our chairman at the 2014 AGM, the same time as when the Rural Society became the Village Society, subsequently 'retiring' from the post in May 2016.
David Meynell: David and his wife, Elizabeth, moved to Langton Green from Bromley in early 2015 to be close to their daughter and family. He is a retired senior Police Officer and former trustee of two national charities. He joined the Committee in 2016.
Lynn Trainor: Reverend Lynn Trainor joined the Committee in 2018. She is the vicar for All Saints.
Nicci Murphy: Nicci joined the Committee in late 2018 and is also a member of the fete sub-committee which oversees the organising of our big event each year.
James Bowdidge: James joined the Committee in 2019 and is known locally for being one half of "The Peasant Farmers".
David Whittaker: David moved to the village towards the end of 2018 and joined the Committee a year later.