The parish council, which celebrated its centenary in 1994, is the largest by population and area in Mole Valley and consists of three wards namely Beare Green, Capel and Coldharbour. The map below shows the whole parish outlined in red with the ward boundaries delineated in blue. This parish council should not be confused with the local PCC's which are ecclesiastical parishes and may well have different geographical boundaries to this civil one.
The council is responsible for the maintenance and insurance of land and property including public buildings, children's playgrounds and parcels of land, in all three wards.
The council is funded by an annual precept and concurrent grant of £39,453 collected by Mole Valley District Council as part of the council tax charge amounting to an average of £36.60 per annum for a band G property.
Please use this link to access the alternative parish web-site which includes information about local events, useful links and the opportunity to give feedback.