THE year's first snow arrived in the county on Friday with a few inches on higher ground in east Surrey.

MORE than a dozen schools have been closed across Tandridge after heavy snow continued in the east of Surrey.

The other land was significantly common land even in 1912[3]

AN east Surrey village is celebrating after achieving a gold medal in the Large Village category for Britain in Bloom 2010.

Click here to see the catalogue of the St Mary, Tatsfield, Parish Records (1674-1967) held at the Surrey History Centre.

A 67-year-old is due to go on trial early next year in connection with a stabbing in January

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This village  is in the extreme east of Surrey, tucked up against the border with Kent and with Greater London. It is nine miles south-east of Croydon and 16 miles south of central London.

Tatsfield School and St Mary’s Church (click the link to see the Historic Environment Record for the church) with the Millennium Hall are isolated at some distance from the village centre.

BUSINESSES and residents in parts of Surrey such as Ripley, Ottershaw, Tatsfield and Frensham still cannot get fast broadband speeds.

Tatsfield Primary School is a community school situated in the centre of Tatsfield village surrounded by pleasant open countryside. Our history dates back to 1846. We have spacious grounds and play areas. We have 216 children ranging from 4 - 11 years old.

Andrew Bond has owned The Bakery Bar & Restaurant for over 12 years now. He has continually been driven to provide High Quality Food and Drink in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The Restaurant specializes in Modern British and European Cuisine, Brasserie Style Bar Meals, Sunday Lunch and Specialist Parties and Functions for up to 90 people seated.

One of the characteristics of the village – centred on its pond and village green – is its network of more than five miles of unmade roads.

The 1800 inhabitants live in one of the highest villages in Surrey. Part of Tatsfield is 255 metres (837 feet) above sea level. Just outside, near Botley Hill, the land rises to 267 metres (876 feet). The lowest part of the parish is 140 metres below.

VILLAGERS in east Surrey are celebrating scooping the county's Village of the Year title at the first time of asking.

Tatsfield is twinned with Vern-d'Anjou in France.

VANDALS have damaged two post boxes containing mail in Tandridge by placing fireworks inside them in a “mindless” act of criminal damage.

FIREFIGHTERS from Surrey were among those called to tackle a fire which gutted a warehouse.

July 1 marks the 100th anniversary of the bloodiest day in the history of the British Army as around 60,000 British men were killed, wounded or listed as missing

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A WOMAN has been charged with an offence under the Dangerous Dogs Act after a pet rabbit was killed when two animals ran loose in Tatsfield.


Tatsfield is a village and civil parish occupying the north-eastern corner of Surrey, bordering Greater London and Kent, with almost all of its homes on the escarpment of the North Downs and many outlying farms. Its local government District is Tandridge.

The parish council therefore counts 737 homes in its report and notes that no homes have been demolished since 2011 so at least 10 dwellings have been added to Tatsfield since the census date in 2011.[8]

When combined with wholly rural Titsey (almost inextricably) the 2001 census counted 1,816 residents distributed over 691 households.[1] in Tatsfield and Titsey, one of the wards of the United Kingdom.

The village itself is confined to the north of the 1300 acre parish, close to Biggin Hill in the London Borough of Bromley. At that point it is about one mile across. The rest of the parish is a narrow, sparsely populated strip running south for two miles, crossing the M25 Motorway at the Clacket Lane Service Area. It then continues further south to the A25 Guildford to Maidstone road, just outside Westerham.

We've put together a list of all candidates looking to be elected onto Tandridge District Council in this year's local elections

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The village school moved to a new site next to the Village Hall in 2010.

A tourist attraction is Beaver Water World, a zoo which in addition to beavers exhibits reptiles and birds. Until its death in 2006, the most famous of these cold-blooded residents was an alligator called Big Boy, which appeared in the James Bond film Live and Let Die.

VOTERS across Surrey will go to the polls on May 5 to decide who will run their borough councils for the next four years.

A SOLITARY gain for the Conservative party was the highlight of the Tandridge District Council elections.

Police thank man who intervened after one of his friends was stabbed in Tatsfield Working Men's Club

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Raymond Phillips, 68, was found guilty of causing neighbour Robin Reeves grievous bodily harm after a row over noise from his workshop

The civil parish's appraisal report, published in 2014, showed an inclusion of a varying number of homes depending on approximated civil boundaries used in the following statistics:

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