Normandy Village is situated to the north and in the lea of the Hogs Back which is part of the Surrey Hills.
We are fortunate to have excellent road and rail links to London and other major towns and cities.
The village has its own station (Wanborough) with direct links to Guildford (6 minutes away) and Aldershot (10 minutes away). By changing trains at these stations London (Waterloo) is only a further 40 minutes away. Road links are just as good with easy access to the A31 and A3.
Normandy has a rural character with plenty of wildlife, in open fields and woodland even though it is only 4 miles from Guildford. If you like walking, running, cycling or horse riding in the countryside there are many footpaths and bridleways to explore.
There are many clubs and society's within the village covering a wide range of sports and leisure activity's, football, cricket, tennis, bowls, archery, rounders, just to mention a few.
The children are well catered for with an excellent primary school (Wyke) within the village also for their leisure we have play areas with swings, slides and other equipment.
We are a friendly and happy community and as you can see we have much to offer residents and visitors alike.
Welcome to Normandy Village.
Chairman Normandy PC
Note: May I recommend a fantastic Social Community Website called "NextDoor" which is a great source of communication within Normandy.
Nextdoor is the best way to stay informed about what’s going on in your neighbourhood - whether it’s finding a last-minute babysitter, a lost cat, planning a local event, needing a good, local plumber or sharing safety tips.
There are so many ways our neighbours can help us, we just need an easier way to connect with them.
You can join for free and just need your postcode and email address.
Latest Update on the Local Plan (October 2018)
Have Your Say! Please click link below for ways to make your views known.
Updated Local Plan – consultation on main changes starts 11 September (message from GBC)
Help shape the borough’s future by commenting on the main modifications to our updated Local Plan in the next consultation, as agreed by the Executive at its meeting last night (4 September). Cllr Paul Spooner, Leader of the Council, says: “We continue to make progress in developing our new Local Plan to balance community needs and tackle local issues, wherever you live or work in our borough. The government's Planning Inspector found our plan to be substantially sound on all key tests during the recent public hearings, which form part of his independent examination. As with many other hearings, he recommended that we make some changes and consult on these before his conclusion and final report.
“Getting public feedback to the Inspector and the Council is another essential step in providing sustainable places to live and work, supported by vital infrastructure and a great environment. The latest Local Plan consultation is targeted on just the main updates that we have made at the Inspector's request. It gives everyone another opportunity to help shape the future by commenting on the changes we propose to achieve his interim recommendations. The Inspector can then review the comments before completing his examination and final recommendations to the Council.”
Get involved and be part of the plan
Here is a summary of how you can get involved in the public consultation.
We will also promote the latest details nearer the time and you can view more information about the new Local Plan at
During the consultation, from 12 noon on Tuesday 11 September - 12 noon on Tuesday 23 October, we will only be asking for comments about the main modifications to the plan.
These will be clearly shown in the Schedule of Main Modifications as tracked changes.
Ways to view the documents and changes
During the consultation, copies of the Schedule of Main Modifications, the draft Local Plan with proposed modifications inserted and accompanying documents, including the representation form to submit written comments, will be available:
• to view on the Council’s website at www.guildford.gov.uk/newlocalplan
• for inspection at Guildford Borough Council offices, Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford, Surrey GU2 4BB during office hours (excluding Bank Holidays).
• for inspection, during normal opening hours at Guildford Library, Ash Library, Horsley Library and Shere Diamond Jubilee Library.
Ways to submit written comments
Consultation feedback about the changes must be provided in writing and ideally via our representation form. Please ensure all comments clearly state and identify which main modification number they relate to in the Schedule of Main Modifications.
You can submit your written comments on the main modifications in a number of ways:
• online at getinvolved.guildford.gov.uk
• email to firstname.lastname@example.org
• post to: Planning Policy Team, Guildford Borough Council, Millmead House, Millmead, Guildford, GU2 4BB
The NPC welcome your comments and of course we are always delighted to see villagers attend our Parish Council meetings too, held on the last Wednesday of each month apart from August and December.
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Please click link below for forthcoming dates on ALL Parish Council, Planning and Working Party meetings from April 2019-March 2020. This document is also on the Meeting Page of the Website. MEETING DATES 2019-2020
9th Jan 2019
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