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Welcome to Tandridge Parish Council's website.  Tandridge is a small rural parish in East Surrey approximately six miles long and rarely more than one mile wide.  The village of Tandridge is the largest of several groups of houses in the parish and stretches from St Peter’s Church, with its famous yew tree, down past the forge and the Barley Mow public house and restaurant down to St Peter’s C of E Infant School.  The parish lies within the Green Belt and the majority of the parish is still used for agriculture.

Our aim is to increase our links with the local community and keep parishioners informed about the work of the Parish Council.  If you cannot find the information you are looking for please contact the Clerk Louise Meehan on 01342 317 626 or email clerk@tandridgeparishcouncil.org.uk.

The Parish Council meets on the first Tuesday of each month, with the exception of August when there is no Parish Council meeting.  For other meetings or changes to scheduled meetings please see the Calendar.

News Feed  Recent News
 Council Tax 2017/18 - Have your say on police funding   Council Tax 2017/18 - Have your say on police funding  »  (29 November)
Tandridge Lane Closure from 22 June 2016  Tandridge Lane Closure from 22 June 2016  »  (17 June)
Notice of Vacancy for a Parish Councillor  Notice of Vacancy for a Parish Councillor  »  (14 June)
Notice for the Exercise of Public Rights 2015/16  Notice for the Exercise of Public Rights 2015/16  »  (8 June)

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