About Ripley

Ripley

Director: Ben Conquer

Ripley lies less than 40 minutes away from London’s West End yet its blend of charm and history make it one of Surrey’s standout villages.

Decorative houses and properties line the high street which, with its mix of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, provides residents with a rich and varied selection of everything ranging from gourmet food to high fashion.

Ripley is well-known for hosting some of Surrey’s most prominent events including the Ripley Bonfire, which is one of the best supported bonfire events in the South East, attracting up to 16,000 people each year. The annual ‘Ripley Event’, regular farmers’ markets and Ripley Rocks, a local music festival, make Ripley one of the most diverse and rich villages outside of London.

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Schools

Primary

Secondary

Ripley C of E Primary School

Ripley Court School

Ripley Court School

Hoe Bridge School

Send C of E First School

International School of London

St Bede’s C of E Aided Junior School

St John the Baptist Catholic Comprehensive School, Woking

Pyrford Church of England Aided Primary School

The Park School

Local amenities

The village includes a coaching inn, The Talbot Hotel, which dates back to 1453, as well as Drake's restaurant, which has been awarded a Michelin star and three AA rosettes. The village high street includes a small supermarket, a butcher, a cobblers and a bakery. Ripley’s pubs include the Jovial Sailor, The George and The Anchor. The village church, St Mary Magdalen, is one of over 20 listed buildings and cottages within the area. Others include Pinnocks Café, the The Ship Inn and Ye Old Sweet Shoppe', J Hartley Antiques, Sage Antiques and Clock House. Cedar House Gallery, another listed building, often has exhibitions and stocks predominantly watercolour and oil landscapes.

Nearest train stations
Clandon
West Byfleet
Horsley
Woking
Effingham Junction