The Surrey village of Stoke d'Abernon, some 18 miles from London, is conveniently situated near to the towns of Cobham, Leatherhead, Epsom and the county town of Guildford, whilst London is just a 40 minute journey by semi-fast train from the local railway station.

Stoke d'Abernon has a decided village atmoshpere with an active Residents' Association, a public house a small parade of shops with Post Office, village hall and Surrey's oldest church, St Mary's.

Walks can be had nearby and not far away is the country house of Polesden Lacey, it is owned by the National Trust and has both cultivated gardens and acres of open space for more extensive excursions.

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Surrey in the Great War - Can you help please?

Are you interested in capturing some of the stories from the First World War and would you like to become part of the Surrey Heritage project to preserve the legacy of wartime Cobham for future generations?† The project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and will help build a digital archive of Surreyís First World War story creating a lasting record of how the war shaped Surrey.

We are looking for Volunteers and someone to lead this project on behalf of our community who can collate the archive material we have available as well as explore original records, letters or gather stories that have been passed down through local families, etc.

If you wish to find out more kindly email joyce.acher@cobhamheritage.org.uk

or tel: 01932 865224 for further details. Thank you.

Stoke d'Abernon Residents' Association

Helping to make our village a better place in which to live

 

 



 

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