East Horsley Shops, Businesses and Restaurants
East Horsley is a village in Surrey, England, on the A246 between Leatherhead and Guildford. Neighbouring villages are West Horsley, Ockham, Effingham and Gomshall. Horsley railway stationlies on the New Guildford Line between Guildford and London Waterloo. The census area Clandon and Horsley has a population of 8,409.
East Horsley appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Horslei. It was held by Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury. Its domesday assets were: 3 hides and 1½ virgates; 8½ ploughs, woodland worth 50 hogs. It rendered £5.
There is a well-equipped amateur theatre called the Nomad Theatre which is behind the smaller of East Horsley’s two rows of shops, Bishopsmead Parade. The theatre, the construction of which was largely financed by lottery grants from Arts Council England, opened in October 1998 with a production of Dylan Thomas’s Under Milk Wood. A larger row of shops is situated near the railway station.