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Crockham Hill Town Image The northern part of Crockham Hill is mostly common land and the wooded part of Squerryes Park, whilst much of the rest belongs to the National Trust, including the Chartwell estate. There are many well-maintained public rights of way, which includes the Greensand Way.

On the main road is the Royal Oak which provides refreshments. At the heart of the community are the primary school, village hall and church, where the National Trust co-founder Octavia Hill is buried.

The Women’s Institute runs a stall market in the village hall on the second Saturday of the month, whilst the big events of the year are the July fete and the bonfire and fireworks held at the end of October.