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Sources of Local Information[edit]

I know a few websites for local information. Caterham On-Line is one such example. It hasn't been updated for several years and so is a bit limited but does have a forum if you want to trace people for example. There's not many users so don't expect hundreds of replies.

The Bourne Society is the local history group. Loads of useful information and they publish history books of many of the local villages based around the now underground Bourne river.

My favourite (I declare I'm biased because it's my website) is The Caterham Link which is a website for the CR3 postcode area and so also covers Woldingham, Whytleafe and Chaldon. It's the only place I know to find out about local events such as fetes, carnivals, charity events, blood donations, local clubs from scouts to flower arranging and loads of other stuff.

Finally, the council's website has some local information although they cover the whole tandridge area Tandridge District Council. Caterhamlink 08:39, 29 March 2007 (UTC)

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