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Burstow village centre which consists of the south of Redehall Road, east of Broadbridge Lane and of Church Street (at the centre of the ecclesiastical parish which covers the south of the civil parish) are 1 mile (1.6 km) south of Smallfield village, which is its largest settlement.[13]

"There were two helicopters out, police dogs and armed officers in balaclavas and full gear."

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A name change from St Michaels and All Angels[2] and restoration in 1884-95 by B. Ferrey. All six bells in the tower were recast between 1899 and 1906 when they were inscribed with their dates and with what medieval inscriptions of the makers they replaced.[2]

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She said: "This village is not what it used to be. We have had cars damaged and tyres slashed.

Police are currently making enquiries in the wider Redhill area to trace him, they said.

An eyewitness claimed residents were told up to 70 police officers, including armed officers, were involved

Surrey police swooped in on the village home in Careys Wood, Smallfield at about 6am on Thursday.

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Armed officers surrounded an address in the road as part of a series of pre-planned drugs raids.

This 15th century timber framed-above and whitewashed brick cladding-below medieval hall house has a Grade II* [n 5] listing. A moat surrounds with small bridge to the front.[23]

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Surrey Police said a large-scale operation to locate the suspect was carried out in Dormansland on Saturday night, but he was not actually detained until Monday morning when he was spotted by officers near Lingfield railway station.

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A number of suspected firearms were recovered from the house during the pre-planned operation which saw a police cordon put in place around the property and roads sealed off.

Smallfield Cricket Club plays at the same Plough Road Ground as the Football Club above. They play two teams in the Mid-Sussex League, 1st team in division 2 and 2nd team in division 5, and a friendly side playing mainly Sundays.

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The 57-year-old who had been the subject of a 'wanted' appeal remained in custody on Monday night and was being quizzed on suspicion of possession of a firearm.

Three people have been arrested after a drugs raid in a Surrey village turned into an armed police stand-off with a suspected gunman.

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One resident said the man who lives at the property at the centre of the raid was "well known" in the neighbourhood.

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"At this stage it is not known exactly when this happened but it is believed this is likely to have occurred when officers withdrew from the property following the initial firearm threat."

One woman was held on suspicion of drug-related offences and two men were detained for allegedly obstructing police during the 06:00 BST operation.

One Lingfield resident said: "I got a text this morning from my wife who told me that there were seven police cars near Lingfield station and that they had closed off the entrance".

Smallfield had its own smithy where horses were shod and other work was carried out. This stood in Weatherhill Road opposite where the present bus shelter stands and in its place are Georgian architecture, classical style houses.


"People were advised to stay indoors. At around 12pm the helicopter came back and swept the village again.

Keeper's Corner is the southerly part of the village. On the south side of its 'corner' crossroads is [18] and opposite it are allotment gardens for the center of the settlement.[10] Built around 1700 with early 20th extensions, the small house has lucarne windows and is part timber-frame on a plinth, late use timber frame design was often seen as this is part of the timber-frame prevalent region named the Weald.[18]

All the original tracks in the area ran north-south - for example, the lanes to Outwood and Bletchingley/Blechingley - so they tend to be narrow and winding. The east-west roads tend to be wider and straighter as they were not constructed until much later - a narrow humpback bridge built over Burstow Stream saw many cars bump until it was replaced in the mid-1960s.[10]

No artefacts are held in or referred to in the Surrey Archaeological Society predating the Anglo Saxon era in this parish.[3]

"I was a bit shocked to see that in Smallfield."

Redehall Preparatory School has occupied the original state school building, which was built before Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, since the 1970s.[17] This building was also known as The Gables.[2]

Smallfield Place is a Grade II *listed Jacobean Manor House surrounded by beautiful formal grounds. It is set in a secluded rural location but, as it is only a fifteen minute drive from Gatwick Airport, it is easily accessible to London and the South East as well as to international visitors. It is offered to guests on an exclusive use basis, making it ideal for special events, anniversaries and family reunions.

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Surrey Police said they were confronted by a man with a suspected firearm, prompting a cordon to be set up around the area.

Paramedics were on standby, and local residents reported seeing a drone being sent up.

Car parking at Horley station is at £6.50 at the time of writing for 24 hours.[27] No more than 80 spaces exist therefore giving relatively limited railside car parking working on a first-come, first-served basis.[27]

One resident said: "They seemed to be surrounding Old Lodge Farm [just off Moon's Lane].