This popular site is on the banks of the River Thames. Bag yourself a riverside pitch and watch the many pleasure craft sail by. Walkers will enjoy the Thames Path Nature Trail, a towpath leading to Staines.
It's an ideal location for family trips to the white-knuckle thrills of Thorpe Park, just 5 minutes' drive away. And for a more sedate day-trip, don't miss the wide fields and Thameside walks at Chertsey Meades.
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Check in early from 12pm (normally 3pm). For just £10, make your stay more flexible with the option to drop off your luggage and go. We now offer this service at most of our hotels for an additional charge subject to availability. Add to your online booking, or call the hotel for further information.
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Bus services across parts of Surrey are to be withdrawn by bus company Abellio after it announced it would be ‘downsizing their operation’
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This 7.25" gauge miniature railway is situated off Hardwick Lane, Lyne. Opened in September 1968 it is one of the foremost railways of its type. Fully track-circuited its near-two miles of track are properly signalled and worked to prototype standards by a fleet of steam engines mainly based on British main line classes. The railway is open on Sunday afternoons between May and October and also on Wednesdays in August.
The original Chertsey railway station was built by the London and Southampton Railway and opened on 14 February 1848. The present station, across the level crossing from the site of the original one, was opened on 10 October 1866 by the London and South Western Railway. The Southern Railway completed electrification of the line on 3 January 1937.
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Aside from being a London "commuter town", Chertsey is home to the head office of Compass Group, and the UK head office and European headquarters of Samsung Electronics. Samsung moved there in 2005; previously the Samsung offices were in New Malden.
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Our Chertsey hotel is a short walk from the pretty high street of Chertsey town centre, where you'll find shops and cafes full of character. It's also a few steps from the River Bourne, a deeply relaxing spot for summer walks.
All South West Trains ticket machines are able to sell tickets with Disabled Persons Railcard discounts. All machines are accessible, however the station may not be so please check the station access note for further details
A long history of metal working exists and from the 19th century a prosperous bell foundry, Eldridge was in Windsor Street. Herrings, an Iron Foundry flourished during the 19th century and was situated in Gogmore Lane.
Grass pitch with electric hook-up for larger tents
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The Chertsey troop of the Berkshire Yeomanry occupied the Drill Hall on Drill Hall Road since 1977. The unit has close ties with the borough and was granted the freedom of Runnymede in 2009. The Drill Hall closed at the end of March 2010 and the troop had to return to Windsor due to cuts in the Territorial Army in 2009–2010.
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Tow Cars must remain on site overnight due to the possibility of flooding. The site is outside the Congestion Charge and Low Emission Zones. Fishing is available 16 June-15 March. Super Service pitches have TV aerial sockets. The Weybridge station is located 4 Miles from the campsite. Those with motorhomes who wish to use this station are advised to use a taxi when possible.
The summit of St Ann's Hill in Chertsey was a vital viewing point for the Anglo-French Survey, which calculated the distance between the Royal Greenwich Observatory and the Paris Observatory using trigonometry. A grid of triangles was measured all the way to the French coast, to join up with the French survey; St Ann's Hill was crucial for the link with the base-line of the English survey on Hounslow Heath.
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St. Peter's Hospital, originally intended to serve casualties of the Second World War, formally came into being on 12 September 1939. It now has 400 beds and a wide range of acute care services, on the straight A road to Woking close to the much younger parish of Ottershaw. Hospital Radio Wey has been broadcasting to the patients and staff of St Peter's Hospital since 1965 and now also broadcasts on the internet as RadioWey.
Court heard Paul Edwards told Ann-Marie Taylor "to keep your mouth shut otherwise I’ll burn your house down and slice you up"
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Seven-year-old Chertsey schoolboy Zane died after being taken ill from his flooded Thameside home in February 2014
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The eighteenth-century Chertsey Bridge provides an important cross-river link, and Chertsey Lock is a short distance above it on the opposite side. On the south west corner of the bridge is a bronze statue of local heroine Blanche Heriot striking the bell by Sheila MitchellFRBS.
Thorpe Park, part of Merlin Entertainments PLC, is on the northern boundary, connected by frequent buses from Staines-upon-Thames and Chertsey station.
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After a five-week inquest the coroner said the seven-year-old death was an accident from carbon monoxide toxicity
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Bournewood House is part of Bournewood Park Hospital a central building in a large medical NHS trust adjoining St Peter's Hospital, formerly a nursing wing of the above hospital when it was run from the Victorian period as a mental hospital or asylum retreat.