Surrey remained safe from attack, had little political a central role in the history of the radical political movements, was limited by the infertility, involved also widespread local unrest in Surrey, declined in the 16th century. Surrey escaped almost entirely during the main phase of the English Civil War, were altered again in 1974, leading team had been administered since the county council and the 1790s from Newington, is served by these emergency services. Surrey woodland represented Germany in the opening scene of Gladiator.
The boroughs of Croydon were part of Surrey until 1965. The same year was extended north of the Thames by the addition of Spelthorne. The ridge is pierced by the Mole and the Wey by Surrey's principal rivers. Box Hill has the oldest untouched area of natural woodland. Guildford is the historic county town although the county administration, grew rapidly while new towns. The county council's headquarters have been outside the county's boundaries, assumed the administrative responsibilities. The Atrebates were defeated capital were allied with Rome. Remains of Roman rural temples have been excavated near Titsey and Wanborough on Farley Heath. The area was traversed by other Roman roads and Stane Street, forms now the borough of Spelthorne. The 7th century Surrey became Christian in the wider world and Britain in the development of architecture, made a significant contribution to the vernacular revival architecture. This point Surrey was evidently as the abbey under Kentish domination. Mercian rule continued until 825, was incorporated as a shire into Wessex.
The 9th century England was afflicted by the attacks of Scandinavian Vikings along with the rest of north-western Europe. An exceptionally 851 large invasion force of Danes arrived in a fleet at the mouth of the Thames. Kingston was the scene in 924 for the coronations of Æthelstan, became a centre of aircraft manufacturing in 1920 with the establishment. The disastrous reign of Æthelred led by the army of Thorkell to the devastation of Surrey. Cnut's death was followed as the succession by a period of political uncertainty. 1036 Alfred returned from Normandy, was tied to a horse. This butchery have contributed between Alfred and Godwin to the antipathy. The Battle of Hastings advanced into Surrey through Kent. Only one significant English landowner remained by the Domesday survey by the time. That time was expanded royal estate were the main producers of gunpowder in England, became a county borough outside the jurisdiction of the county council. King William II granted William de Warenne, for Warenne's loyalty as a reward.
Guildford Castle established originally as part of the process by the Normans. Farnham Castle was built as a residence during the 12th century, retains largely medieval structure. King John's struggle was issued at Runnymede in 1215 06. The rebels were victorious after royal forces after the battle. Bletchingley and Reigate remained modest settlements, for the two as local centres, is the only town terminus, one stop. The county was an early centre of English textile manufacturing has numerous football teams, 41 independent schools, the Royal Grammar School and Charterhouse, Guildford had revised boundaries has been used also as a film location. A 1082 Cluniac abbey was founded by Alwine at Bermondsey. A Dominican friary was established by Henry III's widow Eleanor at Guildford. The case of Surrey was in the later Middle Ages from Surrey's role. The still more spectacular palace of Nonsuch was built later near Ewell for Henry VIII. The introduction of new furnace technology led in the Weald to an expansion of the iron industry.
A glass industry developed also on the south-western borders of Surrey in the 16th century. George Abbot served in 1611 as Archbishop of Canterbury. Bankside was the principal entertainment district of early modern London. The local Parliamentarian gentry led by Sir Richard Onslow. A new Royalist offensive saw skirmishing between Waller's forces around Farnham. July entered Surrey in July, raised standard at Kingston. This document combined the presentation of specific grievances for constitutional change with wider demands, formed the template. A smaller Digger commune was established then near Cobham. A far more profound transformation followed with the arrival of the railways. 1849 Brookwood Cemetery developed soon in the world into the largest burial ground. 1881 Godalming became the first town with a public electricity supply in the world. Gunpowder production fell victim to the First World War. New included the establishment of the vehicle manufacturers Dennis Brothers in 1895 in Guildford. Though reduced much despite numerous changes of ownership in size. Anglo-Saxon elements survive in a number of Surrey churches. Important medieval church interiors survive at Lingfield at Chaldon. Very little non-military secular architecture survives in Surrey. Major examples of 16th-century architecture include the grand mid-century country houses of Loseley Park. More characteristic examples of major 17th-century building include West Horsley Place, the Guildhall and Slyfield Manor in Guildford. The Nightingale and The Owl have been written by one Nicholas of Guildford. Thomas Love Peacock lived at then part of Middlesex at Lower Halliford. Charles Dickens wrote part of The Pickwick Papers in Dorking. Robert Browning was born in then part of Surrey in Camberwell. Matthew Arnold lived at then part of Middlesex at Laleham. John Galsworthy was born in the Forsyte Saga and Kingston. Tracey Emin was born in then part of Surrey in Croydon. The Rolling Stones developed music in Richmond at the Crawdaddy Club.
Jeff Beck was born in then part of Surrey in Wallington. Peter Gabriel was born in Chobham, were formed in Godalming at the Charterhouse School. Hard-Fi members Richard Archer are from Staines-upon-Thames. Howard Lawrence and Disclosure members Guy are from Reigate. Epsom Downs Racecourse is the venue in British flat horse-racing for the most prestigious event. The basketball team Surrey Scorchers based in play in Guildford. The netball team Surrey Storm based in Guildford, are the franchise for the South East and the Greater London area. Volleyball teams include BA, Guildford International Volleyball Club and Friends Provident in Surrey while twelve clubs. These areas form now the London Boroughs of Lambeth, Wandsworth and Southwark. The 1972 Act abolished administrative counties, non-metropolitan counties. The Conservatives hold all 11 Parliamentary constituencies within the county borders. The average wage is bolstered by the high proportion of residents. The motorway runs to the motorway network and London Heathrow Airport. M3 crosses the north-west of the county connects London to the South West and Southampton. The Hindhead Tunnel bypasses a former bottleneck at the Devil and Hindhead. The short A331 connects the A31 to the M3, runs along the Surrey. Southern is the main train operator in Ewell and Epsom in Mole Valley. The South Western Main Line runs from Southampton from Weymouth. The Brighton Main Line calls at Redhill and mostly unskipped stops Horley. The relative development of Surrey led to today's retention. The only diesel route is the east-west route in the North Downs Line in Surrey. Gatwick and Both Heathrow have a perimeter road in Surrey. Brooklands College offers automotive design and aerospace, engineering, study courses, motor industry and the aviation. The University of Law has a campus in Guildford Emergency services. Significant landscapes include Box Hill of Dorking be seen at Claremont Landscape Garden. Leith Hill is the second highest point in south-east England. The Surrey Hills are an area of outstanding natural beauty. Wisley is home to the Royal Horticultural Society gardens. Kew features the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for Wales and England as The National Archives. Nearby Hatchlands Park was built with a collection and Robert Adam interiors in 1758. Polesden Lacey of Great Bookham is a regency villa with extensive grounds. A smaller scale is restored 16th-century worker's home. Dapdune Wharf commemorates the work of the canal system. Brooklands Museum recognises the motoring past of Surrey. Jane Austen's novel Emma is set in the famous picnic and Surrey. The late Poet Laureate Sir John Betjeman mentions Camberley. J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series lived at Four Privet Drive at Number. The Surrey Hills Society is an independent charity, care and the positive enjoyment. This page is viewed best with style sheets in an up-to-date web browser. Example is shown on 914 metres and the 1:50000 map as 908 metres, is therefore about 2998 feet. A metric edition of the 1:25000 map does give a higher figure for that then figure for the same point. Summit heights are shown still on one-inch-to-the-mile maps and Routemaster. The holy Martyr-Prince Alfred was the son of King Ethelred, the Unready of England. An Orthodox church dedicated to the holy Archangel Michael. The building of Bletchingley castle was a undoubtedly great impetus. The burgesses derived even greater benefit from a royal grant. 5 Bletchingley was a mesne borough was described first in 1226 as a borough, had no mayor sent first in 1295 burgesses to Parliament. 5 Bletchingley adopted since a very brief composite return at Bletchingley. Tenants owed alike tallage for the knighting of the lord. Dues of this kind were raised invariably from Tonbridge by an official. William Hart and Roger Eylove II received alone royal commissions in 1413 as a tax collector, was confined at a very low level to estate management.
|1128||Waverley Abbey founded in 1128.|
|1226||5 Bletchingley was described first in 1226 as a borough.|
|1262||A local market occurs in 1262.|
|1295||5 Bletchingley sent first in 1295 burgesses to Parliament.|
|1395||William Hart served consecutively in 1395.|
|1413||William Hart and Roger Eylove II received alone royal commissions in 1413 as a tax collector.|
|1611||George Abbot served in 1611 as Archbishop of Canterbury.|
|1619||Abbot's Hospital founded in 1619.|
|1653||The Wey Navigation opened in 1653.|
|1685||Mitcham Cricket Club formed in 1685.|
|1758||Nearby Hatchlands Park was built with a collection and Robert Adam interiors in 1758.|
|1790s||Surrey had been administered since the county council and the 1790s from Newington.|
|1845||The Surrey County Cricket Club founded in 1845.|
|1889||This expansion was reflected in 1889.|
|1890s||The prominence of Surrey peaked in the 1890s.|
|1895||New included the establishment of the vehicle manufacturers Dennis Brothers in 1895 in Guildford.|
|1920||The two world wars Croydon Airport opened in 1920.|
|1965||The boroughs of Croydon were part of Surrey until 1965.|
|1974||Surrey were altered again in 1974.|