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Less than twenty miles from London, situated below the North Downs, this old English village is popular with English and Overseas visitors alike.
The church dates from the 12th century, although it is certain that a church stood on this site long before the Norman Conquest. It has one of the finest timber spire frames in England.
The main street is lined with delightful creeper-covered 16th century cottages, some of half-timbered construction and is crossed by the Tillingbourne Stream. Attractions include traditional teashops and pubs.
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