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Old Pixham School

Old Pixham School is an attractive late Victorian building of traditional design at the heart of Pixham. Read some of its history here


Most recently an annexe of St Martin's School in Dorking, it was rented from the Guildford Diocese and managed by Old Pixham School C.I.C. for the Pixham community. Sadly, this arrangement is now terminated and we are waiting to see what will now happen to the school.

Beyond the entrance lobby (with toilets off - including toilet for the disabled with table for baby changing, etc) there are two carpeted rooms separable with a folding partition, the larger being approx. 5 x 10 metres, and the smaller approx. 5 x 6 metres. There is a kitchen of domestic proportions, with sink, cooker, fridge, kettle and hot water urn. Chairs and tables are available. There is a small carpark at the front of the school with space for up to 9 cars, and a walled, surfaced playground at the rear. 

How to find Old Pixham School: .

The school is on the west side of Pixham Lane, next to Pixholme Grove - post code RH4 1PJ

By train - a 5 min walk from Dorking main or Deepdene stations via footpaths which are signposted to Pixham - from the main station walk down Lincoln Road and under the railway bridge to find the footpath. From Dorking Deepdene the footpath leaves the dual carriageway a few metres south of the station.

By bus - Metrobus service 21 passes the school (see timetable here). 

By car - from Leatherhead: Leave the A24 at the first exit at the Denbies Vineyard roundabout (look out for the cyclists sculpture celebrating the 2012 Olympic Road Race). Old Pixham School is on the right after about 700 metres.

- from the A25 Reigate Road: turn into Pixham Lane drive under the railway bridge. The school is on the left in about 250 metres, almost immediately after the lefthand bend.


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