About Cranleigh

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Cranleigh

Director: Ian Marlow

Cranleigh is a traditional Surrey village that lies near the A281 between Guildford and Horsham. Situated close to the Weald, a large remnant forest, and immediately southeast of Winterfold Forest, a stunning area of forest on the Greensand Ridge, Cranleigh and the surrounding area is a popular location for those who want to enjoy the area’s rich cultural offering at the same time as enjoying the beauty of the Surrey Hills. Home to the revered Cranleigh School and a wide range of primary and secondary schools, Cranleigh is growing in popularity amongst London commuters looking to make the break from London. The Cranleigh Arts Centre runs a full programme of feature film screenings, live music, theatre productions, adult and children's activities, exhibitions and workshops. A diverse selection of restaurants, pubs, cafes, local butchers and fishmongers make Cranleigh a hugely desirable Surrey location.

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Schools

Primary

Secondary

Cranleigh C of E Primary School

Glebelands School

St Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary School

Cranleigh School

Park Mead Primary

St Joseph’s School

Cranleigh School

The Jigsaw School

St Joseph’s School

Grafham Grange School

Local amenities

There are three supermarkets in Cranleigh including Sainsbury’s, a Co-operative and a Marks & Spencer. There are also five national banks located throughout the high street. In addition to the typical high-street outlets there is a popular butcher (Rawlings), a fishmonger and a number of boutique cafes and restaurants. The Richard Onslow has become one of Cranleigh’s most popular evening destinations and eateries.

Nearest train stations
Gomshall
Chilworth
Shalford
Farncombe
Ockley