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Surrey’s Greener Future: Local Action For Global Impact
16th August 2019
Following the declaration of a climate emergency by Surrey County Council in July, we are running a community design challenge to identify and prototype community-led ideas for tackling climate change. We are looking for businesses and local organisations to supportREAD MORE
BCC: There’s more than one path to success
15th August 2019
Commenting on today’s A level results, Jane Gratton, Head of People Policy at the British Chambers of Commerce, said: “Congratulations to all the students around the UK who received their A level results. “As students contemplate their next steps, it’sREAD MORE
1-2-1 Business Start-Up Clinic Camberley
Are you thinking of starting a business, or have already started one and need some advice? Setting up a business is an exciting and inspirational opportunity but can also prove to be extremely challen...READ MORE
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Step inside Hartsfield Manor, Betchworth and you’ll marvel at how the Victorian grandeur gracefully absorbs the modern comforts and facilities at this impressive venue. Set in 16 acres of Surrey countryside and surrounded by lawns and a garden terrace, the setting is undeniably tranquil.
Situated between the market towns of Reigate and Dorking and close to the M25 and Gatwick Airport, Hartsfield Manor is the ideal venue to host your next celebration, business meeting or break away. There are plenty of places to visit nearby including Denbies Wine Estate, Polsden Lacey and Bocketts Farm as well as an abundance of countryside to explore.
Back in the 1860’s Arthur Woodriff-Jaffray started to build Hartsfield Manor to be used as his family home. Sadly, Arthur died and left his widow Mary and their young daughter. Mary remarried and had six more children occupying the now completed Hartsfield Manor as their family home. In the Second World War the house was taken over by the Canadian army and used as a hospital. After the war the house was run as a hotel then as a training college for Midland Bank. Hartsfield Manor is now privately owned and is constantly cared for and maintained to the highest quality to make it the beautiful venue you see today.