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If you’re moving with children you can see the latest Ofsted scores for the Redhill area HERE.
The last You.Gov census in 2011 recorded Redhill’s population as 34,000.
On the crossroads of the A23 (London to Brighton) and A25 (Guildford to Sevenoaks), Redhill has excellent transport links. 15 minutes from Gatwick Airport, the fastest route to London Victoria is 26 minutes, in fact it’s so close to London, you can use Oyster Cards at Redhill Station.
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Boxes unpacked, paint colours chosen, it’s time to take a break and explore the neighbourhood, so here’s a look at the very best Redhill offers right on your doorstep;
Good food, incredible (locally sourced) cakes, friendly atmosphere, this great café also hosts regular events such as Easter Egg hunts for the little ones.
Sitting on the old pilgrim route to Canterbury, this excellent local brewery is at the heart of the community and even sells special charity beers to raise funds for good causes.
If you’re breathing new life into an old house, then The Old Bakery Antiques is a great place to browse, in fact it’s ever changing, so you can go back again and again.
If after your Redhill removals you find you have surplice furniture, Furnistore is a local initiative that helps families in need and stops unwanted items going to landfill.
You won’t find Redhill in the Doomsday Book, in fact historians will be hard pushed to write tomes on a town that just 150 years ago was marsh land with a scattering of houses and animals. Today it’s a modern commuter town with great links to London and the surrounding area, funky independent shops and lovely eateries.
The local leisure centre has a gym, swimming pool and soft play area. Golfers can choose between two golf courses (separated by just two miles or several really bad shots?) and a snooker hall.
Foodies can explore the weekly market supporting local producers and artisan foods. There are also a number of local producers in the area for beer, baked goods and more.
Redhill has outstanding transport links making it a popular commuter town. Getting into London couldn’t be easier, it’s a 26-minute hop to London Victoria and you can even use your Oyster Card at Redhill Station. For drivers, the town sits on the A23/A25 junction (London-Brighton and Guildford-Sevenoaks) and frequent fliers can be at Gatwick Airport in just 15 minutes.