Chertsey Abbey was established in 666AD and became one of the wealthiest religious houses in Surrey. Flanked by the Thames, the town was established in the 12th century, and today benefits from an excellent choice of boutique shops, bars and restaurants. Property prices in Chertsey completely vary; the properties on the river are in demand and are at the top end of the property market.
You also have Bridge Wharf with many apartments, again located on the banks of the River Thames. The properties range from studio flats to large detached family homes, with great size gardens. The population of Chertsey is approximately 17,000.
Laleham Reach, Chertsey, KT16
With the majority of its primary schools rated as ‘Good’ and one rated ‘Outstanding’ Chertsey offers plenty of choices when it comes to choosing a primary school for your child.
The museum for the Borough of Runnymede!
We have fine collections.
This is a wooded park set on top of a hill with marvelous views over the surrounding countryside, a nature trail, walks and the site of an ancient fort.
The nature trail take 1/2 to 3/4 hour to complete
The Bourne Club is a 7 day a week gym on the south side of Farnham. Located just half a mile from the town centre and railway station on the Frensham Road, access is easy with free onsite parking.
Chertsey Town Football Club is a semi-professional football club based in Chertsey, Surrey, England. The club currently competes in the Isthmian League South Central Division.
Chertsey Cricket Club with all its history and success on the pitch remains at heart a family club, welcoming all with a warm, friendly and safe environment to play and watch cricket and socialise with like minded people.
The Black Cherry Fair has an amazing history dating back to 1440. Find out more about the fair, its current organisers and the fundraising behind the scenes,