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Cobham is a charming Surrey town on the banks of the River Mole.

The ancient parish church of St Andrews retains much of its character
including a Norman tower, 16th century brasses and stained glass window
designed by Edward Burne-Jones. The beautifully restored Cobham Mill is
open to the public every second Sunday afternoon of the month during April to
October 2-5pm. Cobham Bus Museum also offers a fascinating visit. Painshill
Park’s wonderful 18th century parkland, lake and follies are a ‘Living Work of
Art’ where visitors can enjoy fantastic views across Surrey.

For details of the recently completed Cobham Healthcheck called Envisage
and covering the areas of Cobham, Downside, Oxshott and Stoke
D’Abernon please visit the web site www.envisage.org.uk

Having completed their Healthcheck and Action Plan, the Envisage Team are
now lobbying for:

   •   Better community facilities
   •   Provision of a new Secondary School for local young people
   •   The local railway station to be made accessible

Cobham is in the Borough of Elmbridge – visit www.elmbridge.gov.uk

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