Coldharbour is the highest community in the south of England situated 4 miles south-west of Dorking in the centreFacebook of the Surrey Hills AONB. The village has around 240 residents and is served by Capel Parish Council and Mole Valley District Council. The village was designated as a conservation area in 1975, download a map of the area here.

byway opposite the Plough Inn leads up to the cricket pitch and beyond to the top of Leith Hill with its tower and servery. There are several large car-parks located on Abinger Road and Leith Hill Road around the hill with paths signposted to the nearby tower.

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South view with sculpture


Upcoming Village Events

Village Day

Sunday 28 August 2016

Fun and games for all to join in. Stoolball from 10:30, childrens and adult games, fun run to The Tower and back, BBQ, bar and the annual cricket...

Village Coffee Morning

Friday 02 September 2016

Gill's yummy cakes, coffee and lots of chat

Coldharbour Golf Society

Monday 26 September 2016

18 holes, lunch and prizes at The Plough, please invite your friends.

History Society

Friday 30 September 2016

Memories of Coldharbour in the 1960’s by John Hurst.

Village Coffee Morning

Friday 07 October 2016

Gill's yummy cakes, coffee and lots of chat

Marian Hemar event at the church

Sunday 16 October 2016

‘As Time Goes By’. A concert with the Ave Verum Polish Choir celebrating the life and works of Marian Hemar. Admission by donation....

Quiz Night and Fish'n Chip Supper

Friday 21 October 2016

Numbers limited to 70, please book your place early. Teams of up to 8 people, we will put you in a team if you do not have one. Fish and Chip order...

History Society

Friday 28 October 2016

Kitlands and its estate by Pat Newberry

Village Coffee Morning

Friday 04 November 2016

Gill's yummy cakes, coffee and lots of chat

Fireworks and Bonfire

Friday 04 November 2016

Details will follow.