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Welcome to Buckland, Surrey!

Buckland is an attractive village parish recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086. The Parish boundary is 2 miles from north to south, and about 1.5 miles east to west (Map). Buckland is the eastern most parish in Mole Valley with around 250 homes and a population of c.600.

Buckland's village green and pond are at the heart of the parish's Conservation Area and the North Downs escarpment in Buckland is within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The North Downs Way, Pilgrim's Way and Greensand Way long distance footpaths all pass through the Buckland.

Buckland has a wonderful community spirit - follow these links to see what other events and activities are  planned over the coming months.                                                                       

Enjoy your visit! We welcome feedback and enquiries to the webmaster.


Community Pages

Explore the activities of our local groups and societies and follow the links to learn more about any that interest you.  Learn about the groups that use the Reading Room and check out our local Events Calendar

Buckland Parish News and Buckland Parish Magazine

Keep up to date through our Parish News Updates and enjoy reading our monthly Parish Magazines

Village History

Learn about Buckland's Village History, School History and Buckland windmill. Make use of our census record transcripts (1841-1901), and genealogy resources

Parish Council

Access information about your Parish Councillors, Minutes of Meetings, Parish News Updates, the Village pond and Green, and War Memorial


This website is maintained by Martin Boyce and supported by Buckland Parish Council. The development of this website was supported by the Betchworth and Buckland Society and a Grassroots Grant from Surrey Community Foundation.
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