Welcome to the Elstead Village Website

Elstead is a beautiful village, situated in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Godalming and Farnham.   We have two conservation areas in the centre of the village and are surrounded by stunning countryside, including many commons used by residents for walking, cycling and horse riding.    

Village Calendar

Find out what events are on in the village or tell us about your event.

Activities

With lots of different sports, clubs and societies, there is something for everyone.

Local Area

Beautiful countryside, lovely pubs and plenty of history to explore.

Neighbourhood Plan

Click here to review and comment on our draft Neighbourhood Plan

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Elstead Village News Magazine

Issues cost 80p and can be paid for by annual subscription or purchased from the Spar. If you would like to receive the Village News please click on the image for information on how to subscribe.

Upcoming Events

Elstead News

  • Surrey CC want your views on ROW

    Work is beginning on a review of Surrey County Council’s Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP). Surrey County Council is seeking the views of your council prior to drafting the new ROWIP so that the document reflects local priorities.  Surrey County Council is responsible for around 2164 miles (3482 km) of...
  • E&W Neighbourhood Plan Update

    Following a court order the scheduled referendum for the Elstead & Weyburn Neighbourhood Plan has been deferred due to an error on a map.  The plan will be amended and a new referendum date will be arranged by Waverley BC.  It is anticipated that the new referendum will take place as quickly as...
  • E&W NHP Referendum

    Residents will be able to have their say on the Elstead and Weyburn Neighbourhood plan as the referendum has been set for 29th February 2024. A summary of the plan will be letter dropped to all residents ahead of the referendum. Two drop in sessions have been scheduled for 22nd February...
  • Natural England – Views & Volunteer Event

    English Nature is running some research into how people use heathlands and protected areas. As part of a local nature improvement project called “heathlands connected” English Nature would like to hear your views by answering this survey on how you use the commons - Heathlands Project Surrey Hills (snapsurveys.com). The survey is...