Places of Interest

Ripley Nature Reserve

Welcome to Ripley Villages Nature Reserve site. The area, between West End Cottages and the Burial Ground was formerly derelict agricultural land, but is now a dedicated space for peaceful recreation. The reserve is an area will be a place where nature can be observed. The Woodland Trust has already provided native hedgerow whips such as…

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Newark Priory

Newark Priory is a ruined priory on an island surrounded by the River Wey and its moat-like channel the Abbey Stream near the of the village. The Priory was founded in the late 12th century, as a house of Austin Canons, by Ruald de Calna and his wife Beatrice of Send and dedicated to the…

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Cellar Wines – Artisan Spirits, Boutique Wines, Delicatessen & Events

A delicatessen and wine boutique like no other! A quirky environment! We invite you to step in to the wonderful world of boutique wines, artisan spirits and delicatessen delights. Multi-award winning Cellar Wines is located in one of Ripley’s oldest and historic 15th century buildings on the High Street at The Old Cellar. The Ripley…

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The Anchor

A wonderful pub with 16th-century roots and a reputation for providing the best hospitality for centuries. Offering real ales from local breweries and beyond, carefully selected wines and truly creative British fare; the Anchor is one of Ripley’s oldest and most interesting historic buildings and has always had a long association with cyclists who find…

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The Talbot

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Surrey village of Ripley, The Talbot stands as one of the country’s most storied and historic coaching inns. Boasting many period features from throughout its 500 year history, as well as the benefits of an extensive contemporary refurbishment, our bedrooms stand alongside extensive meeting and conference facilities, restaurant…

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Ripley Cricket Club

Ripley Cricket Club was established in 1749 but the game of cricket was being played on Ripley Green well before its formal recognition. In 1742, 2 highwaymen robbed a traveller near Ripley, who immediately sought help in the village. A posse was assembled and soon found the 2 robbers and chased them onto The Green…

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Ripley Church of England Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalen

There has been a Church in Ripley since the 12th Century; originally it was built and run by the monks of Newark Priory. Following the Dissolution of the Monasteries Ripley Church became part of the parish of Send but became a separate parish in the late 18th Century.  Ripley is an ancient village on the…

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Send & Ripley History Society and Museum

The society was originally formed in 1975 for the village of Send only and in 1982 Ripley was included in the name as it was originally part of the ancient parish of Send. The Society is very active, run by a committee of volunteers, many of whom have been involved with the history of the…

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Dunsborough Park

Dunsborough Park, Ripley, Surrey dates back to the dissolution of the Monasteries when the lands of Newark Abbey were given to a local nobleman. The farmer taking over the land built a farmhouse around a single central brick chimney which has now grown to become Dunsborough House. The gardens were laid out in the 18th,…

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Papercourt Sailing Club & Lake

Papercourt Sailing Club is extremely friendly and inclusive. It is run by the members for the members. They provide first class facilities and a wonderful, safe environment in which to learn and sail. They sail their our own 45 acre lake which is easily accessible near to junction 10 of the M25 and the A3 at…

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