The cycling symbol on theDenbies roundabout The Dorking symbol on the the Deepdene roundabout
Council offices at Pippbrook, opposite Leisure Centre Library in St Martin's Wal
The main Dorking station is served by trains to and from London and Horsham. The nearby Dorking Deepdene station (on a separate line) is served by trains to and from Reading, Guildford, Redhill and Gatwick Airport. (On the latter line is also Dorking West station, but this is served by fewer trains). All these stations are about 15 minutes walk from the town centre.
During weekdays (but not later evenings) buses run between Dorking and neighbouring towns and villages.
On Sundays and weekday evenings, route 465 from Kingston and Leatherhead runs past the main station
into the town centre. You cannot buy tickets on the 465; you need an Oyster card or a contactless credit card.
And on Sundays there is also a two-hourly service into Dorking from Horsham on route 93,
and a two-hourly service between Guildford, Dorking town and Strood Green on route 32.
NEW ROUTE 489 Monday-Saturday
Leatherhead - Dorking centre - Redhill - Merstham Runs direcrtly along the A25 between Dorking and Redhill
For the Buses 4U Village Link Service, go to www.buses4u.org.uk or phone 01883 732791.
There's a new service linking some villages with Dorking station at rush-hour times.
For Dial-A-Ride, ring 01372 383333.
A free timetable of all the bus services in Dorking and neighbouring towns can be obtained from the Library, or by using the Surrey website above.
VANTAGEPOINT is a free monthly magazine delivered by Royal Mail to homes in Dorking and Leatherhead.
It contains a variety of articles and highlights submitted local events.