Place:East Horsley, Surrey, England

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NameEast Horsley
TypeVillage
Coordinates51.267°N 0.433°W
Located inSurrey, England
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East Horsley is a village and civil parish in Surrey, England. The settlement is partly on the A246 between Leatherhead and Guildford and most development is centred around the junction of two long roads directly north of this road. Horsley and Effingham Junction railway stations are on the New Guildford Line in the parish (connected to London Waterloo). The village has the parade of shops and businesses of the two Horsleys (see West Horsley), Otherwise the two halves of ancient Horsley are similar in having substantial woodland and some chalky lower slopes, in the south, of the North Downs.

East Horsley had 1,343 detached homes and fewer than 157 of any single category of the three main categories nationally that describe dwelling types, at the 2011 census. At that census the highest proportion of those of working age fell into the second most senior category used by the Office of National Statistics, followed by those in the highest category.

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