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What is it like in Dorking?


Dorking is served by these emergency services:

Southern's smartcard is called 'the key'.  To apply online go to www.southernrailway.com/thekey or pick up an application form from a Southern ticket office.

Saturday 8 October, 8pmIn No Tricks: An Evening With Derren Brown, Derren talks about happiness, the subject of his latest book, Happy.

The Cobham resident has looked locally for his managerial appointment in football

Male, female, and accessible toilets are all located on Platform 1

The English writer George Meredith and the Polish poet Marian Hemar are also buried at the local cemetery.

Delicious - like hot buttered toast with hints of fruit cake, with a malty, caramel finish and a pleasing bitterness. Similar to an IPA - strong hoppy beer, red in colour.

Henry Hope and his nephew Thomas Hope spent summers at Deepdene in the beginning of the 19th century. Benjamin Disraeli wrote his novel Coningsby also while staying in Deepdene House (demolished in 1967) on the outskirts of the town. Emma Holland was brought up in the town.

The next step was to secure premises and purchase a new 10-barrel brew plant. The brewery was delivered in June 2008 and the six months that followed were spent perfecting the brews and mastering new equipment, leading to the first commercial sale in January 2009.

There is a thin, somewhat shiny metal statue of a Dorking cockerel on the Deepdene roundabout.[13]

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A wonderful rich winter warmer made with Muscovado sugar & Spices including hints of ginger cinnamon and nutmeg.

In the mid-1960s the Goodwyns council estate was built at the south end of the town, adjacent to North Holmwood. The design of the terraced houses, three- and four-storey flats and twin eleven-storey tower blocks was praised by architectural historians Ian Nairn and Nikolaus Pevsner.[14]

Step free access to all platforms via passenger operated lifts.

In the late 1990s Dorking Halls was given a huge refit, to make it a cinema and theatre complex. In 2003 a new modern leisure centre and swimming pool were added to the Dorking Halls Complex.

Dorking is at the junction of the A24 (London to Worthing) and A25 (Maidstone to Guildford) roads.

Dorking experiences an oceanic climate (Köppen climate classification Cfb) similar to almost all of the United Kingdom.

In The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, Cecily Cardew's grandfather, the late Mr. Thomas Cardew, had three addresses one of which was Gervase Park, Dorking, Surrey.

Route planning around the station including maps and platforms

To the south west of the town is Leith Hill, also owned by the National Trust, the second highest point in the south east of England after Walbury Hill. The tower on the summit elevates the hill to 1,000 ft (300 m) above sea level. The area is towards the east of the Surrey Hills AONB surrounded by the Greensand Ridge, including Holmbury Hill and Pitch Hill, as well as the nearby escarpment of the North Downs from Box Hill to Newlands Corner.

General Sir Lewis Halliday, a Victoria Cross recipient, died in Dorking.

Dorking is also home to Britain's Got Talent finalist Lettice Rowbotham and to Fred Batt, the demonologist and historian on Most Haunted.

Most bus services are run by Arriva, the main locations served being Guildford, Redhill and Reigate including villages in between, as well as some local services. Sunray Travel operates a Surrey CC supported route to Leatherhead and Epsom, and running via Box Hill. Metrobus took over Arriva's Horsham depot, and now run route 93 to Horsham, and London Buses route 465 to Kingston.

The famous composer Ralph Vaughan Williams lived in Dorking for much of his life, and penned most of the works which made him famous in Dorking. The lark in "The Lark Ascending" is known to have been heard in the Mole Valley to the north of the town.

In The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens, Sam Weller's father and stepmother live in Dorking.

Dorking HallsReigate RoadDorkingSurreyRH4 1SJBox Office: 01306 881717boxoffice@molevalley.gov.uk

Various primary schools cater for 5–11-year olds. Secondary education in the state sector is largely provided for by The Ashcombe School and The Priory School.

Made with 6 speciality grains, It's aroma and taste is of sweet roasted malt, coffee and lightly burnt caramel. With a creamy mouthfeel and low carbonation it's lightly hopped for a smoothly dry, bitter toffee finish.

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Dorking also gets a mention in Defoe's book A Journal of the Plague Year,[20] as a refuge for his brother's family.

Dorking is a commuter settlement and has three railway stations. In 1911, it was described as "almost entirely residential and agricultural, with some lime works on the chalk, though not so extensive as those in neighbouring parishes, a little brick-making, water-mills (corn) at Pixham Mill, and timber and saw-mills."

Further north is Norbury Park, which contains the Druids Grove, a forest of ancient yew trees.

Dorking lost its stagecoaches when the railways arrived, but then attracted wealthy residents who built large houses in and around the town, such as Denbies House and Pippbrook House (now with council offices in the grounds). Surrounding land and beauty spots such as Cotmandene[4] and Box Hill were donated by landowners for public use, protected by the Metropolitan Green Belt and the AONB designation of the North Downs and Greensand Ridge.

Dorking and its environs, including Box Hill and the Deepdene Hotel, feature heavily in British author Robert Goddard's thriller Closed Circle (1993). In this novel there are also several allusions to the notorious money-for-titles trader Maundy Gregory, the owner of the Deepdene Hotel in the inter-war years.

80% of our visitors**, who view an average of 2,616,228* page impressions every month, are in the desirable ABC1 socio-economic groups.

Information on taxis from this station is available at www.traintaxi.co.uk

A delicious blend of malts provide this dark stout with a smooth finish, with coffee and caramel tastes being complemented by a hint of blackcurrant provided by Bramling Cross hops.

The painting by Anthony Devis who settled in Surrey has ignited discussions about whether it is a true depiction or a figment of imagination, inspired by other artists

Taxi rank located outside of station

Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format here