"Welcome to the website of the Stoke D'Abernon Residents' Association! The website is designed to give useful information about our village. This is part of our endeavour to make Stoke D'Abernon a better village for its residents, businesses and visitors. You will see details of Stoke D'Abernon's many facilities and activities. We hope that you find our website helpful."

Ian Nelson,Chairman

We aim to promote and act upon the interests of all residents by

Monitoring planning applications and making representations where appropriate.

Trying to make Stoke D'Abernon a safe and pleasant village in which to live by liaising with the local and county councils, the local police and neighbouring residents groups.

Taking steps to improve the environment and the community by planting trees and bulbs, organising occasional social events, and introducing local initiatives.

Providing information principally by means of meetings, seasonal newsletters and the website.

The Association was founded nearly seventy years ago in 1946 to serve the village of Stoke D'Abernon and its immediate neighbourhood - a community of over 500 households.

The village of Stoke D'Abemon dates back to Saxon times when it was called Stoke. The thriving village church, St Mary's Stoke D'Abernon, was built in the late 7th century. The village acquired the D'Abernon suffix after the Norman conquest. The church and village are recorded in the Domesday Book.

Today, the village does well to retain its own identity despite its proximity to Cobham and Oxshott.

The popular residents' association which produces two newsletters each year, maintains a website, plants trees and bulbs, and organises a popular Christmas Lights event. There is a well-used village hall, thriving local church, successful cricket club, a selection of useful small shops, nursery school, pub and busy railway station with buses to Cobham.

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