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Walton-on-Thames is a town on the River Thames in the Elmbridge borough of Surrey. Its waterside has the Thames Path National Trail between Sunbury Lock and Shepperton Lock. Its station on the South West Main Line has proven important to its development its services run with a minimum of two stops before London Waterloo station. Walton on Thames is a local hub in terms of retail and services including The Heart shopping centre on the High Street. Walton on Thames is home to Ashley Cofe Aided Primary School, Cardinal Newman Catholic Primary School, Danesfield Manor School, Grovelands Infant School, Rydens School, Walton Leigh School, Walton Oak Primary School and Westward School.
Hersham is a small village bordering Walton on Thames and Esher. The main A3 London to Portsmouth road runs by Painshill on its southern boundary making it a perfect location for commuters travelling by car. Hersham Green hosts regular events throughout the summer including fete's, sports events and social gatherings. Within a few minutes walk of Hersham in the east are green fields and meadows alongside the River Mole perfect for Sunday afternoon strolls. Hersham is served by Hersham railway station and Walton-on-Thames railway station with a minimum of 2 trains per hour and differing types of services on the London Waterloo South West Main Line. Within Hersham is the mixed, secondary Rydens School. The school holds specialist Business and Enterprise College status, and boasts an impressive drama programme. Its roll holds approx. 1200 students. Hersham also has an infant school - Burhill, a junior school - Bell Farm and an all-through RC primary school - Cardinal Newman. Within the Hersham parish boundaries and Cobham post town are Feltonfleet School for boys and girls and Notre Dame School, Surrey for girls.
Weybridge is a town by the River Wey in the Elmbridge district of Surrey. It is bounded to the north by the River Thames at the mouth of the Wey, from which it gets its name. Real estate prices are well above the national average: as of 2008, six of the ten most expensive streets in South East England were in Weybridge. Two schools for 11-18-year-olds serve Weybridge, Heathside School and 6th Form Centre in the town itself and St George's College in nearby Addlestone. There is also Brooklands College, for sixth form students in further education focussing particularly in BTECs. There are 2 primary schools to serve 4-11 year olds: St James Primary School St Charles Borromeo Catholic Primary, as well as 3 infant schools: Oatlands and Manby Lodge and Cleves Junior School.
Esher, Claygate and Hinchley Wood
Esher is a bustling town just off the A3. Along Esher High Street is a selection of shops, restaurants, bars and a cinema complex. Esher has a mix of state and private schools. There are four state primary schools across the area of Esher, Hinchley Wood and Claygate. Esher Church of England High School is the state secondary school in the town of Esher. Hinchley Wood School in Hinchley Wood has been an Academy since February 2012. Hinchley Wood is also one of the Further education establishments in the area. Esher College is in nearby Thames Ditton.
Cobham is a small village in the Borough of Elmbridge in Surrey on the River Mole. As well as the village High Street cobham offers a significant number of primary and private schools and the Painshill landscape park. St Andrew's Primary School is located in the village as is Cobham Free School which is an all-through school. The two main local prep schools are Parkside School and Feltonfleet School. There are three independent schools: Notre Dame; ACS (The American Community Schools) Cobham International and Reed's School. Cobham & Stoke d'Abernon railway station, is on the "New Guildford Line" from London Waterloo with journey times around 40 minutes.
Addlestone is the administrative town of the borough of Runnymede in the county of Surrey, England. The town lies just within the M25 motorway. Junction 11 of the M25 motorway serves the roads local to Addlestone and Chertsey, the adjoining town in which it was historically included. Addlestone has its own railway station on the Chertsey Branch Line and four principal bus services. A range of primary and infant schools are in Addlestone which include St Paul's C of E Primary School, Ongar Place, Sayes Court, The Holy Family Catholic Primary School and Darley Dene infant school. A few nurseries also serve the wider-area community. There are two secondary schools in Addlestone: Jubilee High School, state-funded and St George's College, independently funded.
New Haw is a residential and part-nature reserve village in Surrey, England situated 20 miles (32 km) southwest by west of London which has a minor railway station on the South Western Main Line shared with Byfleet. Local schools include: New Haw Junior School, Fullbrook School, the Grange Community Infant School, and the Grove nursery. The village's railway stations are West Byfleet and Byfleet and New Haw, which was originally called West Weybridge. These stations are on the slow Waterloo to Woking service, but West Byfleet station has access to several quicker services. Numerous bus services run through the village, most run by Travel Surrey, who also have their depot in the area. New Haw is also home to he Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency, an executive agency of DEFRA.
Byfleet is a large village of medieval origin that is today the most distant but contiguous suburb of the large town of Woking in Surrey. Its western boundary is the M25 motorway and a major junction with the A3 is just over 2 miles (3.2 km) east. Schools in Byfleet include; Byfleet Primary School, St Mary's C Of E Primary School and Linden Nursery School. Byfleet is within walking distance to The Heights estate in Weybridge, home to Sony, Proctor & Gamble, Samsung and many other large corporate offices.
Chertsey is one of the oldest towns in England in the Runnymede borough of Surrey on the River Thames bordered by junction 11 of the M25 London orbital motorway, the town of Addlestone and by villages and hamlets. Schools in Chertsey include St Anne's Roman Catholic primary school, Salesian Catholic Secondary School, Pyrcroft Grange Primary, Stepgates Community School and Sir William Perkins's School. St. Peter's Hospital, situated in Chertsey, now has 400 beds and a wide range of acute care services.