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“We are thrilled with our website and the feedback from parents and pupils has been great. The new logo and website that Indigo Marmoset produced shows a true reflection of what we are about here at EDP. Indigo Marmoset were very patient with us whilst the day to day running of the business and a large scale school production interrupted proceedings. Matt and Murray really made us think about who we are and what we were trying to say. So thank you guys we hope you are as proud of the website as we are!”Amanda Iles
A historic market town, Dorking is situated at the foot of the North Downs roughly 25 miles away from London. Dorking used to be well known for its wheat and cattle markets and was even more famous for its Dorking fowl which bizzarely had 5 claws instead of the four favoured by most ducks! Unfortunately for them they were also a favourite of the 19th Century dinner table including that of HRM Queen Victoria (yum yum).
Set in the beautiful Surrey country side with beauty spots such as Cotmandene and Box Hill in the surrounding country side, the River Mole cuts a deep sided valley through the North Downs and is highly regarded for pleasure fishing.
Just North of the Dorking is Norbury park which contains the Druids Grove which is a forest of ancient yew trees, some of which are estimated to be more than 1000 years old.
A new species of fish-eating dinosaur (Baryonyx walkeri) was discovered in clays pits just south of Dorking. The creature had a long curved claw on each hand and remains of its last meal were discovered fossilised in its ribcage. The skeleton can be seen at the Natural History Museum in London.
A game resembling rugby was once played in Dorking. The two sides were unlimited in number, representing the east and west side of the town. The goals were the 2 bridges on the Pipp Brooke. The town crier kicked off the ball at 2pm and stopped at 6pm. The game was started at the Church gates and was “rioted” up and down Dorking High Street. It was ceased in 1897 due to complaints by tradesmen and due to the Highway Act.