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Claygate Village
Claygate is a large village that lies about 15 miles due south west of the centre of London.  Claygate is a popular area for families who enjoy the countryside, but also need to travel to London to work.  Claygate is fortunate to have its own railway station that provides a regular service to London Waterloo. (Timetables)
Claygate is also attractive for families since it still manages to retain a village atmosphere in spite of being within the M25 London orbital motorway.  The centre of the village is the "parade"  with its compliment of shops, which includes a well known delicatessen, a branch of major high street bank (unusual in this age) and a combination of several other specialist shops and other essential shops.  Near to the parade is a medium sized supermarket (Co-op) which has long opening hours seven days a week.
Claygate on Wikipedia.
Claygate Links:
Claygate Parish Council
If any of the links below are incorrect or fail then please inform the Team accordingly.
Some local schools:
Claygate Primary School, Foley Road, Claygate
Esher C of E (Aided) Primary School, Milbourne Lane, Esher.
Esher Church of England High School, More Lane, Esher
Tiffin Boys School, Queen Elizabeth Road, Kingston upon Thames
Hinchley Wood School, Claygate Lane, Hinchley Wood
Claygate village is in the local authority of:
Elmbridge Borough Council
Other Local Authority contacts:
 Surrey County Council
  Rail.  Claygate station is on a branch line that starts at Surbiton and connects through to Guildford via Effingham Junction.  Claygate is only two stops from Surbiton (Hinchley Wood is in between).  During commuter hours, trains leaving Claygate for London are sometimes non stop directly to Waterloo (journey time from Claygate approximately 21 minutes).  At other times, London bound trains stop at a variety of stations which typically includes Wimbledon, Clapham Junction and Vauxhall all of which offer connections to onward rail and underground services.  Outside of rush hour, trains depart from Claygate usually every half an hour to London and, in the opposite direction, to Guildford.  Rail services to and from Claygate are run by South Western Railway.
Buses.  The main bus route serving Claygate is route K3.  This route serves Claygate, Esher, Kingston and, at certain times, further location towards London.  Buses to and from Claygate are run by London Buses.