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THE NEXT MEETING OF THE COUNCIL WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY 13 NOVEMBER 2014. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO ATTEND ALL OUR MEETINGS AND TO TAKE THE OPPORTUNITY TO RAISE MATTERS OF LOCAL INTEREST AND CONCERN.
THE COUNCIL WAS PLEASED THAT 70 RESIDENTS ATTENDED OUR LAST MEETING. PLEASE SEE OUR CONSIDERED SUBMISSION ABOUT THE NEW WAVERLEY LOCAL PLAN ON OUR E-NOTICEBOARD.
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Welcome to the website of the Civil Parish of Blackheath, Shamley Green and Wonersh

This website has been created by the Parish Council to give you an insight into the villages of the Parish, details of what they have to offer in the way of amenities and useful information about the Parish Council itself. We also hope that the web site will give you a taste of what it is like to live in the area.

We believe that in providing this information you will be able to access any practical information you require about the local area. It will also help you become more involved with a wide range of village activities and to enjoy being part of a very special way of life.

The Civil Parish of Wonersh includes the three villages of Blackheath, Shamley Green and Wonersh, and is located in South West Surrey some 35 miles from London and 4 miles from Guildford. The new civil parish was created in 1895 and is one of the 17 towns and parishes within the Borough of Waverley. It overlaps (though not entirely) the two separate ecclesiastical parishes of Shamley Green and Wonersh with Blackheath.

There are three main settlements in the Parish, Wonersh – an early Saxon hamlet, Shamley Green – a late Saxon hamlet which developed into a 19th century village and Blackheath – a small hamlet that developed during the Victorian period. The villages are surrounded by hills and heaths, woods and fields, connected by an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways.

The area is valued for its tranquil, rural setting. Wonersh Parish lies in the Green Belt and the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At the heart of each village lies a Conservation Area of special architectural or historic interest. There are 1,319 properties in the parish, of which more than 100 are listed buildings. Please click on the Parish Design Statement for more details

We hope that you find this web site useful and interesting. It is designed to provide information and links to a wide range of other sites that serve the area. If you have any suggestions for additional information or links that should be included on the site please let us know at webmaster@wonershparish.org. If you would like to get involved in any of the village organisations or events please use the contacts details provided. If you have any problems finding the right person to talk to, please e-mail the Parish Clerk at clerk@wonershparish.org or call him on 01483 892601 or write to: The Parish Office, Wonersh Sports Pavilion, The Common, Wonersh, GU5 0PJ.

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