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Woodhatch is almost half of one of the wards of the United Kingdom, South Park and Woodhatch which has a population on 7,145.[24]

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In the winding lanes of the south-west of Reigate post town, towards the Mole Valley, are two distinct hamlets, Skimmington and Flanchford.

Its proximity to Reigate and to the out-of-town shopping parade of Woodhatch means that South Park consists of residential and recreational green spaces. The main amenities squarely within it are South Park Sports Association and an independent Church.[20][21]

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Reigate is a few minutes from Junction 8 of the London orbital M25 motorway. The town's one-way system includes parts of the A25 and the A217.

Reigate has an eponymous parliamentary constituency and is represented by Crispin Blunt of the Conservative Party.

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After College I’m going to study Music at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in London, which I’m really looking forward to.

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The most popular park in Reigate is the Priory Park, adjoining Reigate Priory School directly south of the High Street and west of Bell Street. It has a recreation area for smaller children as well as football fields, tennis courts, a skatepark, woodland and large Priory Pond, draining over a small weir. Priory Park also has a café set in a building named 'The Pavilion', which also houses bulletin boards for the people of Reigate.

The town has facilities for these mainstay amateur sports:

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There is something for everyone at this lovely park in the heart of Reigate.

Reigate has two windmills: a post mill on Reigate Heath and a tower mill on Wray Common. In the medieval period the parish had other windmills, about a dozen animal-powered mills for oatmeal and watermills on the southern parish boundary with the Mole and Redhill Brook.[10]

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At one time the airline Air Europe had its head office in Europe House in Reigate.[25] Redland plc the FTSE 100 building materials company was headquartered in Reigate before its acquisition by Lafarge. The insurance company Esure is in the former Redland headquarters, and the Redland brick sculpture remains in front of the building.

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Discover Reigate, a historic market town located in south east Surrey.  Nestled at the foot of the North Downs, which provides a magnificent back drop, the town, which retains a village feel, is home to a range of independent shops including antiques, craft, clothing boutiques, furniture and gift ware. 

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It has also developed a reputation as a gourmet centre with a variety of restaurants (including one owned by a celebrity chef) offering an array different cuisines, pubs and wine bars, cafés and tea rooms to suit all tastes and pockets.

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A temporary emergency timetable meant there were no direct off-peak trains from Redhill to London Victoria and passengers had to change at East Croydon


The origin of the name Reigate is uncertain, but appears to derive from Roe-deer Gate, as the town was situated near to the entrance to the de Warenne's deer park.[2]

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Reigate /ˈraɪɡeɪt/ is a town of over 20,000 inhabitants in eastern Surrey, England. It is in the London commuter belt and one of three towns in the borough of Reigate and Banstead. It is sited at the foot of the North Downs and extends over part of the Greensand Ridge. Reigate has a medieval castle and has been a market town since the medieval period, when it also became a parliamentary borough.

Colley Hill, one mile (1.6 km) north-west of Reigate, is 722 feet (220 m) high. Reigate Hill, 2.5 miles (4.0 km) due east of Colley Hill, is 771 feet (235 m) high, and they both have panoramas along the North Downs Way.

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Reigate College specialises in providing high quality education for 16-19 year old students in a supportive and caring community and is committed to equality of rights and opportunity. It has the highly prized status of being a National Teaching School and has been graded as 'outstanding' by Ofsted since 2005.

Situated in the appealing market town of Reigate, the College attracts students from over one hundred state and independent schools and usually receives twice as many applications for the places available.

The European headquarters of Kimberly-Clark are on London Road in the town, just south of Reigate railway station.[28] Further along London Road towards the town centre can be found the European headquarters of Towers Watson,[29] in front of which is a life-size bronze of Margot Fonteyn and a huge picturesque cedar tree.