Normandy SignNormandy 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.

Alan Cheesman

Chairman Normandy PC

 

Traveller Incursion onto Normandy Common

After all the safeguards the Parish Council had put in place to prevent it happening, it was exasperating to see that eight traveller caravans managed to get onto the Normandy Football ground off Hunts Hill Road on Thursday 19 April.

And after preparing for a long stand off, that may have had to involve an expensive legal solution, it was a great relief to all to see them depart on Sunday just a few days later.

So what carnage did they leave behind? It’s a familiar story for any landowner that has been unfortunate to have ‘hosted’ them. There was a broken park bench and, to enable their entry into the field, a warning sign and gate post were cut away. Cans, plastic and glass bottles, bags and general family rubbish were left thrown into bushes and ditches. Discarded human waste and nappies are particularly revolting to have to dispose of.

It was clear that one of the occupants offered garden services as there were large piles of green waste and logs dumped off the back of a lorry.

There was however one item left behind that we hope will provide a local charity with much needed funds if it is unclaimed by its owner.

The Council appreciate that this group have the right to travel around the country. Unfortunately given their complete lack of respect for the rest of the community and absence of good citizenship, Normandy will not provide an easy return back for them. We
will be strengthening all possible entrances into our precious public spaces so we can keep them clean and open to all those who enjoy local leisure activities.

The Parish Council would like to thank the local Police for their constant support and the Borough Council team for removing the waste collected by the Parish Council.

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