Making Stoke D'Abernon a better village for its residents, businesses and visitors.

Petition re potential housing on Green Belt in Stoke D’Abernon

Green Belt area GB46, which runs alongside Blundel Lane (north of the rail bridge) near Waverley Road might possibly be developed for housing. The background is that a report submitted ...
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Stoke d’Abernon News No. 20

Note: if you prefer to read a PDF copy of this newsletter please click here. Sign of our times Not to be outdone by the rash of village signs that ...
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Coronavirus – a note from our chairman

Coronavirus - a note from our chairman, Ian Nelson. The aim of our residents' association is to make Stoke D'Abernon a better place in which to live. We hope this ...
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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 decidedly village atmosphere with an active Residents' Association, a public house, a small parade of shops with Post Office, village hall, nursery, school, cricket club 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. We are also close to Painshill Landscape Gardens, Oxshott Heath, Bookham Common (National Trust) and walks across the fields to the picturesque village of Downside.

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