The large suburban village of Tadworth sits atop of the North Downs, Surrey. As a part of the Borough of Reigate and Banstead, Tadworth has a population of over 9,000.
Tadworth boasts a whole host of local amenities. The village of Tadworth has two main separate shopping areas. The two shopping areas feature a butcher, fishmonger, baker, delicatessen and greengrocers as well as more contemporary shopping options such as estate and travel agents, a gift shop and an off licence. There are several restaurants and three public houses, great for an evening’s entertainment and Tadworth has many services including a post office, bank, dentist, optician, vet surgery and two banks.
Tadworth Transport Links
Tadworth’s transport links are excellent for commuters. Tadworth has two national rail stations, one located in the centre of the village and Tattenham Corner which is located just North of Tadworth and is closer for some residents. Both stations are in Oyster Card Zone 6 and provide direct services to London and many connections to the South. For road users, Tadworth has direct access to the M25 and travel time into Central London by car will take approximately 50minutes.
Education in Tadworth
In regards to education, Tadworth offers both Nursery and Primary school education to residents with the nearest secondary school located in Banstead just a couple of miles away. There are also an abundance of independent schools within the area which offer alternative education options. With two religious buildings; an Anglican and Roman Catholic Church, Tadworth has much to offer to the religious man/ woman in a warm and friendly community.
Sports in Tadworth
Tadworth is home to local sports teams such as the Tadworth Cricket Club which is surrounded by a picturesque woodland and was founded in 1903. The cricket club has three adult teams with a thriving colts section for players aged 8-16, playing in the NEC Surrey Colts League. As well as cricket, Tadworth is also home to Non-League, Banstead Athletic F.C. who play at Merland Rise and there is also a cycling club that meets regularly throughout the week and comprises of around 40 enthusiastic local cyclers.