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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30mph sign

Surrey County Council have installed signs for the new 30mph reduced speed limit along Stoke Road so

WATCH YOUR SPEED !!

Stoke d'Abernon Residents' Association

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

 

 



 

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PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OF WISLEY AIRFIELD

Spitfire

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VOLUNTEERS WANTED

For the welcome desk of the
 Cedar Centre - Cobham's new
Library and Community Hub
Click below for details & an 
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Defibrillator Volunteer Helpers

Needed!!

We now have our village defibrillator and secure cabinet and they can be installed outside the Post Office Shop in Station Road. However, we can't do this and start the scheme until we have more volunteer 'Helpers'. If there is a suspected cardiac arrest victim in the village a 'Helper' takes the defibrillator to him/her. We will organise Helper awareness sessions, although the defibrillator is 'intelligent' and using it doesn't require any special training. If you do volunteer you are unlikely to ever be called, nevertheless we must have the names of six or more willing Helpers before the scheme can go live.
So, please, have a look at this for more information and then contact one of the Residents' Association members named. Many thanks.

 
   

 

 

 

 
 

 

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