Oxshott Removals

We undertake home moves in and around Oxshott using our fleet of Luton Vans which are perfect for parking in driveways and on narrow streets in the Oxshott area. If you are planning to move to Oxshott and would like to know a little more about the area, we hope the following notes will be useful.

Oxshott Village is cantered along the local High Street, part of the A244 between the A3 near Esher and Leatherhead.

The area is popular with visitors who enjoy walking, tranquillity and wildlife, as there is easy access to Oxshott Heath, designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of its wildlife and Prince’s Coverts an 864-acre space, owned by the Crown Estate but open to the public. Much of the public land in the area is protected by inclusion in the Metropolitan Green Belt.

After the building of Oxshott Station in 1885, new property building was limited by The Crown Commissioners to mansions suitable for occupation by wealthy families and so the area became exclusive and remains so today.

Many of Oxshott’s residential areas are located on gated private roads. Chelsea F.C. have their main training ground nearby in Stoke D’Abernon, so the village has become popular with many of their players who have homes nearby.

Famous residents include many Chelsea FC football players and other current and past sportsmen including Andy Murray, the golfer Colin Montgomery, and footballers Jamie Redknapp and Graeme Le Saux.

Shopping facilities are available in Oxshott village, although these are generally of a specialist nature, rather than catering for day to day shopping. So for this you will need to travel to Esher and Leatherhead.

Find the website of The Oxshott Way Residents Association, things to do in Oxshott on the Oxshott Facebook page and on Twitter.

Local Clubs & Societies

Oxshott and Cobham Music Society was founded in 1942, their concerts are held at Holy Trinity, in nearby Claygate. The church has fine acoustics and comfortable seating. In addition to concerts, members arrange recitals of recorded music in their own homes, giving opportunities for members to enjoy music together and to meet and get to know one another.

Oxshott Choral Society is an enthusiastic amateur SATB (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) choir which rehearses every week in Oxshott. No auditions are held, and although the ability to read music would be an advantage, it is not a requirement.

Oxshott Art & Crafts Society is open to anyone living in or around the area of Oxshott who is interested in art and crafts, whether a practising artist or an interested spectator. They meet on the second Tuesday of every month (except April and August) for demonstrations, talks or workshops at 7.45pm in Oxshott Village Centre. Guests are welcome to join us (guest fee £3)

Cobham & Oxshott Decorative & Fine Arts Society was founded twenty years ago, they meet once a month on Wednesday afternoons at Oxshott Village Centre. Lectures begins at 2.30 p.m.

Oxshott Floral Arrangement Society holds workshops, demonstrations, talks, and village events and encourages participation of its members in club competitions and Area and National shows. Everyone is welcome to attend their meetings which are held on the third Tuesday of each month starting at 2.00 p.m. at the Oxshott Village Centre.

Oxshott Heath Conservators. The Heath partly described above, is an area of approximately 200 acres, bounded by the railway line to the south, Browns’ corner to the west and extending just east of Warren Lane and north of Sandy Lane. The Heath’s soil of siliceous sand has never been suitable for crops but coarse grass, heather and pine thrive and together with a wide variety of deciduous trees and undergrowth make for a rich variety of flora, fauna and wildlife. The Heath is now designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

Oxshott Village Sports Club (OVSC) is a multi-sport club. Cricket has been played here since 1896 and the Club offers excellent facilities for a wide range of sports including tennis, squash, cricket and bowls. They have clubhouse and bar, and are pleased to welcome new members and visitors all year round.

Oxshott Bridge Club meets at Oxshott Village Centre on Wednesday Evenings at 7.30 p.m. for Duplicate Bridge.

Oxshott Badminton Club meet at the Oxshott Village Centre on Tuesday evenings from September to May

Oxshott WI meet on Tuesday evenings on the third week of the month at the Oxshott Village Centre.

The Oxshott Village Centre, Holtwood Road, Oxshott, KT22 0QJ

Oxshott Train Services

Oxshott is served by commuter trains with services taking around 40 minutes to London Waterloo station. Oxshott railway station is just off Oxshott Heath, to the south of Oxshott Woods and about a half a mile walk from the centre of the village

Oxshott Train Arrivals & Departures

If you are moving to or from Oxshott, or need items of furniture or office equipment moved locally – call us now on the number below or complete the form on out contact page for a FREE removals quote:

Tel: 01372 826567