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The TWRA is dedicated to the protection of the character and environment of the villages of Tadworth and Walton on the Hill. So what are we protecting?
Tadworth and Walton are fortunate in lying in the beautiful North Downs, over 400 ft above sea level.

Tadworth is a small, vibrant, community of around 7,000 people, bounded on three sides by a combination of green belt, common-land, and important heathland.

Walton on the Hill, with a population of about 2,000 people, lies to the south of Tadworth and is surrounded by heathland and agricultural land. It is an archetypal English village, having a large pond, a green, a small primary school, some local shops and several pubs.

The villages are well situated, being within easy reach of Central London, both Gatwick and Heathrow Airports, and the M25.
The TWRA is dedicated to protecting our two villages and ensuring that our beautiful part of the North Downs continues to be an attractive and pleasant place to live. More information about our villages can be found here.

We organise a range of events, activities and amenities locally, work with a range of other local community groups whose objectives align with ours and behind the scenes we maintain close working relationships with our local councils to represent residents' interests.

We also publish The Tadworth & Walton Tribune magazine twice a year, in Spring and Autumn. It is delivered free to all households in the area.

The TWRA ensures that Tadworth and Walton on the Hill residents have a voice. Being a member means your voice can be heard
Banstead Commons Volunteer Work Party
Banstead Heath
Thursday 18 July 2024
Read more information here.
Samaritans Comedy Night
Kingswood Village Hall
Waterhouse Lane, KT20 6EB
Saturday 14 September 2024
Read more information here.
For a full list of events and more information, please visit our Events Calendar.
Details of how to join the TWRA or pay your annual subscription are on the Membership page. To learn more about Our Villages and find out more about us and what we do, visit the About Us page.

Our Environment pages provide practical information about planning issues, and other important features of our environment such as the Jubilee Woodland, local Conservation Areas, transport connections and highways matters. You can also find out about local volunteer groups actively working to improve our environment such as the local Litter Pickers and the Tadworth and Walton Tree Wardens.

Our Community pages contain details of local services, our local businesses, and the wide range of clubs, societies and associations active in our villages. There is also information about our local Councils and Councillors, our local support Network and Neighbourhood Watch.



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