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St Peter's is the only worship centre in the Tandridge village community. It was of some importance particularly in Anglo-Saxon times in giving its name to one of the thirteen Hundred districts into which Surrey was divided. It is popular with walkers who find it featured in most walking guides to the area particularly as it has the second largest Yew tree in UK.
Family services number about 30+ and steadily growing. Services begin at 11:00am for about 45 minutes. We welcome everyone, particularly those who may not have visited a church for some time and would like to return again and not feel 'out of place'. Refreshments are available after the service. Although we do not have a choir, St. Mary's Reigate Choir school Choristers and Lay Clerks sing monthly, a full Cathedral Evensong.
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|We regret that the church must be kept locked when not in use. However, you are most welcome to visit St. Peters at any reasonable time by appointment. Please contact Martin Lloyd on 01883 730330.|
|www.backtochurch.com||The church hall is known as the Tandridge Village Hall and is managed by a sub-committee of the Parochial Church Council. For bookings: Mrs Clare Addison, The Lofthouse, Tandridge Court, OXTED RH8 9NJ.|
The current editor is: Martin Lloyd