Woking is a large town in northwest Surrey, England. It is at the southwestern edge of the Greater London urban area and is a part of the London commuter belt, with frequent trains and a journey time of approximately 24 minutes to Waterloo station.

Woking borough has a population of over 101,000, the average age is 39 and is a relatively prosperous borough, however small pockets of deprivation exist.

In recent years there has been significant investment into the borough, improving the infra-structure and significant investment (£460 million) into the town centre development. There is large retail, leisure and restaurant space with 2 theatres, 6 cinema screens and two main shopping centres known as Wolsey Place and the Peacocks shopping centre.

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Email the Woking Specialist Neighbourhood team.

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Sgt Emmie Harris

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Sgt Ed Lyons

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PC Tony Charles

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PC Sharon Chruszcz

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PC Donna Davey

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PC Hugo Hubbard

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PC Michelle Carnie
 
PC Paul Wallman
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  • Sultan Khan - Knaphill, Brookwood, Mount Hermon and Old Woking
  • Adam Mays - Woking Town, Goldsworth Park and Horsell
  • Mital Patel - Sheerwater, Maybury, Byfleets and Pyford
  • Naz Svyntakh - Knaphill, Brookwood, Mount Hermon and Old Woking
  • Dino Gomez - Woking Town, Goldsworth Park and Horsell
  • Ryan Johnson - Woking Town, Goldsworth Park and Horsell
  • Neil Wilkinson - Sheerwater, Maybury, Byfleets and Pyford
  • Tom Hynes - Knaphill, Brookwood, Mount Hermon and Old Woking