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Bletchingley is a picturesque village, located on the A25 between Godstone and Redhill. The closest train stations are Nutfield and Redhill. Bletchingley's roots can be traced to Saxon times and parts of St Mary's Church date back to 1100. There is a pride about living here and it is a pleasant and peaceful place to live and the people are warm and friendly.
Bletchingley has 5 pubs which serve a variety of food: The Whyte Harte, The Victoria and Albert, The Plough (The Millers), The Red Lion and The William IV (see our review of pubs). There are several other businesses here including a bridal shop, a post office, a coffee shop, a hairdressers, 2 convenience stores, an Indian restaurant and Lawrence's the auction house.
Bletchingley offers 2 schools, one state primary school, St Catherine's and The Hawthorns a secondary independent. Other services offered in Bletchingley include the adult education centre and the village hall.
There are an array of clubs and activities in Bletchingley including a golf course, bowls club, football club and for the less energetic a bridge club. There are also events throughout the year such as the village fair.
For the outdoor enthusiast, Bletchingley has several walks and many of the surrounding areas offer exceptional beauty.
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