The parishioners stance against the Abinger Glebe land sale is reinforced, stating ‘non-parishioners’ support it.
Burglar of Abinger Hatch Public House last month was sentenced to 15 months hard labour.
The football season begins.
Report that the proposed amalgamation of Dorking and Redhill County Courts will not take place.
Mr Bray, Lord of the Manor gifts to Shere its first recreational land, which was christened by Shere Football Club.
Exerts from Mr William Bray’s (1736 – 1832, ‘The historian of Surrey’) diaries. It details Jean Jacques Rousseau’s stay at Abinger in 1766. Rousseau reportedly encountered a clergyman who he belied as a Government emissary in disguise, commissioned to watch and persecute him in his exile.
Description of Bonfire night history.
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