St George’s Hill is an upmarket area of Weybridge.
Epsom in Surrey lies 22 kilometres south of central London.
Whiteley Village is a retirement village, much of it designed by the Arts and Crafts movement-influenced architect Reginald Blomfield.
Tatsfield sits high on the North Downs – at 240m above sea level it is one of the highest points in Surrey.
Claremont, an estate and suburb of Esher, takes its name from an 18th-century Palladian mansion of the same name.
Byfleet & New Haw railway station is at the northern edge of Byfleet with the village of New Haw immediately to the north and the M25 motorway within 400m to the west.
Until Putney Bridge was opened in 1729, Kingston Bridge was the only crossing of the river between London Bridge and Staines Bridge. According to 16th century antiquarian John Leland, the bridge existed in the centuries when Anglo-Saxon England existed (after Roman Britain and before 1066). He wrote “And yn the old tyme the commune saying …