About Addlestone

Addlestone

Director: Anna Rowsell

Addlestone is a large village situated less then 20 miles from London and close to the M25. It also neighbours the prestigious towns and villages of Weybridge and Cobham. With its own train station residents can access London within 50 minutes and a wide range of restaurants, cafes, shops and supermarkets means that Addlestone is a vibrant location that attracts people from neighbouring villages. Rich in history, surrounded by the Wey Canal and with a large selection of primary and secondary schools, Addlestone is a village that is continually growing in popularity and boasts an assortment of amenities and services.

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Schools

Primary

Secondary

St Paul's C of E Primary School

Jubilee High School (state)

Ongar Place

St George's College (independent) 

Sayes Court

 

The Holy Family Catholic Primary School

 

Darley Dene infant school

 

Local amenities

Station Road, the main road in Addlestone, contains a range of shops, retail outlets and services including a Tesco, a doctor, a NHS surgery and the Aviator business park. There are a number of restaurants and family pubs including The White Hart, Mystica (a curry house), the Taj Mahal Tandoori and The Beijing. Crockford Bridge Farm Shop – the closest farm to London – sells fresh produce and gourmet foods.

Nearest train stations

Addlestone
Chertsey
Byfleet & New Haw
Weybridge
West Byfleet