Woldingham is the village based on the North Downs, between the Oxted and Warlingham in Surrey. Around 2000 people live in Woldingham and commute to Centre London using Oxted train lines. Tandridge District Council administers the village. It is an area of an outstanding natural beauty surrounded by green fields, native woodlands and beautiful views of North Downs. Woldingham is an extremely wealthy area, which reportedly has more millionaires in Woldingham per person, than anywhere else outside the London
Woldingham Church history dates back to 1270 when it was first mentioned. The village’s population grown fast and with it become the churches of Woldingham. The new church was built just down the road to meet villages requirements, St Agatha’s church, about half a mile south of the village green. It is an architecturally stunning building built of flint and stone back in 1933. An existing yew tree growing in the yard of the church dates back to 1270.
Woldingham School known as Marden Park Manor. A locally important centre for the population of local villages, until almost all local inhabitants, were nearly exterminated by the horrible Black Death in 1349. Generations of wealth and power families lived in Manor and ruled the vast areas of over 700 acres of land. Most famous landlord os estate was Sir Robert Clayton, MP and Mayor of London lived here at the around 18th century. Catholic Boarding School for girls and wedding venue is currently located at the Marden Park Manor estate.
Woldingham Golf Club is settled into Hallilo Valley of Woldingham; it is an excellent venue for golf players and event organisers. The site is designed by extremely popular American course architect Bradford Benz. The course is built on the chalk base, which provides excellent drainage for high specification greens all year round. Woldingham club course offers a spectacular, relaxing view across the valley; however, keen golfers love the area of holes 4 and 7, which are the far end of the field and require some high skills to reach it!