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Half Price Book Offer at the Cobham Bookshop Print E-mail

An Estate for all SeasonsHalf price book offer. 'An Estate For All Seasons: A History of Cobham Park' by David Taylor (hardback £17.99) is just £9 for Village Card holders.

This beautifully illustrated book reveals the history of Cobham Park since it was bought by Harvey Christian Combe, brewer and Lord Mayor of London, in 1806, and the family's contribution to the growth of the estate and of Cobham village. With fascinating insights from recent excavations, the book also tells the story of the land's previous occupation dating back to the Anglo-Saxon period.

The Cobham Bookshop, 12A Anyards Road, Cobham, KT11 2JZ
01932 862903
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Rugby World Cup 2015 Print E-mail

Rugby World Cup posterThe Rugby World Cup is coming, it starts on the 18th September with the opening match at Twickenham.

We are delighted that Cobham will be involved. The Cobham Rugby Club is the training base for the Italy and Namibian Teams during September and the actual World Cup Trophy is 'on tour' round the country and is coming to Cobham next Saturday, 29th August.

Cobham Rugby Club will host the Webb Ellis Cup late afternoon, allowing members and local residents a chance to see the iconic Trophy just twenty days before Rugby World Cup 2015 commences.

The day will include a Rugby match at 3pm with Cobham's Under 21's taking on Farnham's Under 21's.

There will be Rugby World Cup 2015 themed face painting and inflatables for children. Food and drink will also be available for attendees on the day.

Click on the poster or visit the Cobham Rugby Club website at for more details of the event, which is a real coup for our village; there will even be opportunities for photos and selfies with the Webb Ellis Trophy, with a focus on youngsters for the whole day on Saturday at the Rugby Club.

The Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust recognised with Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for 2015 Print E-mail

queensaward logo-w200The voluntary group Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust who work in the community to preserve the heritage and culture of Cobham and its surrounding areas, has been honoured with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.

Celebrating its tenth successive year, the Cobham Conservation and Heritage Trust continues to promote high standards of architecture and planning in Cobham whilst educating the local community in the geography, natural history, history and culture of the local area. The Trust meets the need for a strong voice in the community to ensure the best of the past is preserved and cherished, whilst being mindful of the needs of future generations.

The Cobham Chatterbus Print E-mail

ChatterbusChatterbus is the new community-run bus linking Cobham, Weybridge and surrounding villages. It's a great way to come to Cobham and shop without the need for a car.

It's also a great way for commuters to catch the train from the Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon railway station without having to pay expensive car park charges or contend with the morning and evening traffic.

Chatterbus runs twelve hours a day, six days a week through Cobham between Oxshott and Brooklands Retail Park. On Mondays to Fridays Chatterbus (C1 service) extends through to Weybridge, and on Saturdays (C2 service) it visits Leatherhead and Fetcham at one end of the route and Brooklands Museum at the other.

Chatterbus MapThe timetable destinations do vary during the day and on Saturdays to maximise the service, so do check the timetable carefully on the Chatterbus website

A useful feature of the service is the Chatterbus Tracker. You can view the Chatterbus Tracker service on the website from anywhere using your smart phone, tablet or PC and can see live details of where Chatterbus is on the route and even its speed!

You can keep up to date with all the Chatterbus news on the website or you can sign up for the free email newsletter by providing your email address on the website.


Stoke Road & Station Road Roadworks start Mon 27 April 2015 Print E-mail

Roadworks SignTraffic will be delayed due to the renewal of the water main which runs beneath the Stoke Road, Cobham and part of Woodlands Lane, Stoke D'Abernon (see route map below). These works begin on Monday 27 April 2015 and are expected to continue until April 2016 - yes 12 months!

Temporary traffic lights will be in operation as they work along the route beginning at the Leigh Hill Road junction with the Stoke Road by the Tilt.

There will also be water main roadworks in Station Road on the approach to the Cobham & Stoke D'Abernon station. These will also use temporary traffic lights but are expected to complete by mid August 2015.

Commuters in particular are advised to allow extra time to allow for delays if travelling in these areas.

Stoke Rd Water Main Roadworks Apr 2015 - Apr 2016

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