The Dorking branch has been at its present location for many, many years and continues to grow its market share both in the town centre and surrounding villages. Located at a prominent junction in a building formerly used as a bank, the office is readily accessible for our clients, customers and contractors alike.
Dorking, a beautiful market town in Surrey, is around 20 miles south of London, surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty. Its proximity to central London makes it a popular place to reside for commuters. Dorking offers an array of shopping facilities including West Street's well regarded antique shops, restaurants and pubs. The area also provides schools for all ages, independent and state, various churches and Meadowbank recreation ground. Dorking station provides London bound services whilst the M25 can be accessed via Junction 9 Leatherhead. Getting around and about the Dorking area is easy thanks to the strong transport infrastructure in place.
The town plays host to healthy high streets brimming with lots of great shops - from independent speciality shops to national chains and benefits from having supermarkets nearby. Further, the Leith Hill Music Festival is held every April, founded way back in 1905 by Margaret Vaughan Williams. The festival lasts for three days and is open to local choral societies. Dorking is also a Fair Trade town, having received the status in 2005. Dorking is proud to boast a local museum along with a library and several pubs.
“Prudential Ride London” is a unique charity cycle event, following the route of the London 2012 Olympic Road Race. Featuring traffic-free roads and leg-testing climbs in the beautiful Surrey Hills, this is the perfect ride for seasoned cyclists and those just getting started. This can be viewed from many of our local roads and streets around Dorking.
The town of Dorking offers some respite from the intensity of the city - but this is within easy reach. If the local shops or amenities ever leave you at a loose end, it's just a case of taking the short trip to central London where you'll find more shops, restaurants, cafes and bars than you'll ever be able to tackle.