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Tel code: 01483 | code search
Postcode: GU21/GU22 | code search
Population: 91000
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Chertsey Black Cherry Fair
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Woking Events

LGBT History Month

Contemporary Craft and Design Fair
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RHS Wisley Music Festival

Christmas at Wisley
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Premier Inn Woking West
"Good Points: Very pleasant staff. Clean rooms. Breakfast was great and staff very efficient. Bad Points: Family room could have been a bit bigger. Restaurant staff in the evening were slow ..." More

Maybury Lodge Hotel
"We stayed Monday 10th August, 2009 at this hotel and it was a great find. Parking was good the reception staff helpful polite and the rooms very clean & tidy.It ..." More

Holiday Inn Woking
"Good Points: Excellent staff, excellent food! The hotel is having some building work done which required the heating to be turned off in the dining room. The staff tried their ..." More

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Situated in the heart of Surrey, and surrounded by beautiful countryside, Woking has excellent transport links to London and the region, bringing some of the most popular family attractions in the South East close to hand. Woking’s landmark theatre and cinema complex, The Ambassadors, hosts the very best of the West End in a Borough of surprises and contrasts. Famous Firsts Woking has a wealth of historical connections, from Henry VIII’s hunting palace to the site of H G Wells’ War of the Worlds Martian landing. Woking is also home to the Shah Jehan - the first mosque in Britain - which was built to cater for the spiritual needs of the students of the nearby Oriental Institute, in 1889. The Crematorium in St John’s village, Woking, performed the first cremations in the country, before the practice was even legalised. The first navigable waterway in England – the River Wey Navigations – was opened in 1653 and flows through some of the Borough’s villages, at Pyrford, West Byfleet and Sutton Green. Leisurely Pursuits Besides the River Wey, Woking is home to a stretch of the Basingstoke Canal and both waterways offer a wide range of relaxing activities from boating to cycling and walking. They are also habitats for a variety of rare flora and fauna. Heath and common land abound in Woking too, giving you the chance to immerse yourself in peace and tranquillity, just a short walk away from the lively town centre. Or, if golf is your passion, you can choose from the 11 top notch courses in the Borough. At the Centre of Things Woking’s pedestrianised centre, with the Peacocks and Wolsey Place shopping centres, Market Square and popular speciality markets, means there’s something for everyone; access is made easy courtesy of Shopmobility and the town centre buggy. In Town Square, look out for our speciality markets, including the popular Farmers Market every month, and a host of special events and festivals throughout the year. Population 90,000


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Innkeepers Lodge *book online*
Metro Hotel *book online*
Premier Inn Woking West *book online*
Woking Hotel *book online*

Care Home

330 Guildford Road
Horsell Lodge
Kingsleigh Resource Centre


Dance - Pirbright Ballet School


The Boston Experience


Woking Borough Council


M G McCullagh & A K Pritchard
Parkside Dental Centre
Ripley Dental Surgery


Goldsworth Park Health Centre

Heathcote Medical Practice
Southview Surgery
Sunny Meed Surgery
Westfield Surgery

Estate Agent

Curchods Estate Agents
Richard Kaye Estate Agent

Farmers Market

Woking Farmers Market

Golf Club

Hoebridge Golf Centre
Traditions Golf club
Woking Golf Club
Worplesdon Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Body and Soul Clinic
LA Fitness


Star Inn


Nuthill Fruit Farm Car Boot
Woking Farmers Market

Woking Market

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Birch And Pines
New Inn
Plough Inn
Red Lion


Drake's Restaurant
Ganga Brasserie
Guru (The)
Red Lion


Halstead Prep School for Girls


Swallow Barn


Morrisons Solicitors
Robbins Olivey


A Cars
Brookwood Cars & Taxis
Network Cars

Pegasus Cars
Woking Executive Cars


New Victoria Theatre & Rhoda McGaw Theatre


Lynton House Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Byfleet LTC (Tennis)
Byfleet Ramblers (Women's Hockey)
Churchill TC (Tennis)
Old Woking CC (Cricket)
Pyrford CC (Cricket)
Pyrford Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Sheerwater (Amateur Football)
Westfield (Amateur Football)
Westfield Saints CC (Cricket)
Woking (Amateur Football)
Woking (Men's Hockey)
Woking (Women's Hockey)
Woking Athletic Club (Athletics)
Woking Black Hawks Basketball Club (Basketball)


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Early Learning Centre
La Senza
Wyevale Garden Centre
Fenns Lane Nursery
Squires Garden Centre
Top Cat
Pets Kingdom
Sumo Experience
Evans Cycles
Whittard of Chelsea
T H Collison Ltd
Griffiths By Valentino
Carphone Warehouse
Cygnets Galleries
Gallery 99
Cedar House Gallery
Majestic Wine
Toys R Us
Robert Dyas
Holland and Barratt
Ernest Jones
Lloyds Pharmacy
Flowers by Rosemary
J J B Sports
Pets At Home
River Island
The Entertainer


Delta Force Paintball(Outdoor Pursuits)
Shey Copse Riding Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Woking


Centrium (0.17 miles)

Centrium is a complex of modern, high quality apartments, located in the centre of Woking, since 2005. Its central location means Woking's shopping, theatres and restaurants are on our doorstep. Centrium is less than a ... More
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Metro Hotel (0.21 miles)

Metro Hotel

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The Metro Hotel is a popular budget hotel with 26 comfortably furnished en-suite rooms in the centre of Woking.Situated in the heart of the town within easy reach of the ... More

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Inn on The Broadway B&B (0.23 miles)

Inn on The Broadway B&B

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The Inn on The Broadway Bed & Breakfast in Woking is situated right in the heart of the business and shopping district. This is an ideal location for the executive ... More


Innkeepers Lodge (0.33 miles)

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Maybury Lodge Hotel (0.53 miles)

Maybury Lodge Hotel

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The Maybury Lodge Hotel enjoys an excellent location in Woking. It is close to the town centre and the local station is within walking distance. Only 2 minutes from the ... More

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Premier Inn Woking West (0.54 miles)

An ideal location on Basingstoke Canal with a great beer garden. For shops and local amenities Woking town centre is only 1 mile away. Thorpe Park is just a 20 minute drive away. Our Woking Premier ... More | visit website
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Star Inn (0.89 miles)

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Welcome to the Star Inn; a stylish pub just on the outskirts of Woking. Our recently refurbished interior provides you with several environments in which to relax, sit back on ... More

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Swallow Barn (1.97 miles)

Swallow Barn
Situated in quiet and secluded surroundings on the edge of Chobham Village. Attractively converted Out Buildings. Swimming pool. 2 miles Woking mainline station. Waterloo 25 minutes. 25 minutes Heathrow. ... More | visit website
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Gorse Hill (1.98 miles)

Gorse Hill

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Small and intimate are the key words that describe this elegant mansion, set in the heart of Surrey, conveniently close to London and between the M25 and M3. Gorse Hill is an ... More

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The Half Moon Inn (3.27 miles)

The Half Moon Inn

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The stunning Old Worlde Inn dates back to 1760 – proffering a blend of old style accommodation with the most up-to-date of modern facilities. Every room is equipped with free ... More

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