A man has been charged in relation to a number of arsons and criminal damage offences in the Reigate and Horley areas.
David Stephens, 29, of Massetts Road, Horley, has been charged with eight counts of arson, three counts of criminal damage, and one count of attempted criminal damage.
He has been remanded in custody following the hearing and will next appear at Guildford Crown Court on Thursday 28 August.
The arson charges relate to offences involving:
Horley Lawn Tennis Club, in Vicarage Lane, Horley on Sunday 22 June
Churchfields Bowls Club, Church Walk, Reigate on Thursday 26 June.
Old Reigatians Rugby Club, Park Lane, Reigate on Saturday, 28 June and Saturday, 12 July
Two Surrey Police vehicles at Reigate Town Hall, Reigate on Friday between July 10 and 11
Oakwood Sports Centre, Balcombe Road, between July 20 and 21.
A car tyre and a chair in a garden at a property in Massetts Road, Horley on August 9 and 11.
The three charges of criminal damage relate to offences at:
Barclays Bank in Victoria Road, Horley on Saturday 5 July
Barclays Bank in Bell Street, Reigate on Thursday 17 July
A property in Massetts Road, Horley on Monday 21 July
The final charge is one of attempted criminal damage at a property in Massetts Road, Horley on August 8.