Neighbourhood Watch Scheme

East Clandon is fortunate to have a community spirit which shows in its generosity and care for all that live here.  Neighbourhood Watch schemes are an integral part of any community whereby the residents can feel safe in the knowledge that they always have someone to go to if they feel insecure.  Please click here to find the coordinator for your house.

We are all urged to be vigilant and on the lookout for anything that doesn't look right; in addition to potential burglars and vandals, the police would like to be informed of any vehicles which persistently speed through the village or anything at all that looks suspicious.

Contacting the Police

Emergency:         999
Non-emergency: 101
Guildford Police: 101 then ask for ext 3006


Two PCs are assigned to the village: PC Edward Lyons and PC Karen Page.
Our local PCSO is Jon Perry

Neighbourhood Watch in the Village

The village principal coordinator is Pix Pickering
Daphne Cottage,
Tel: 225006

Deputy Coordinator is Paul Richardson
Ripley Road
Tel: 222367

There are eight coordinators who each ‘look after’ a zone as follows:-

David Jones
High Clandon, Blakes Lane, School Lane.

Iona Laycock
St. Thomas’ Drive, Tithe Barn,
West side of Ripley Road to Back Lane.

Gill Culmer
The Street from Old Epsom Rd to School Lane. Also Lucerne and Rosebank cottages.

Liz Ross
New Road, The Street from School Lane to and including Hatchlands

Paul Richardson
Pond Cottage, east side of Ripley Road up to The Street.

Peter Smart
Back Lane (South) from Stuart Cottage, Paragon, to Clandon Manor Farm and the Pub.

David Hayward
Back Lane (North) from Daphne Cottage to the Common including The Old House

Anne Randall
Old Epsom Road.

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