The village is a popular place for the visitors and partly nestles beneath the ancient Anstiebury Camp, a scheduled monument. Coldharbour lies nearly 5 miles south-west of Dorking and to the north-east of Leith Hill. Nearby viewpoints afford impressive vistas over surrounding countryside and across the Weald. The buildings are of a mixed age and character and are grouped informally along the roads, which are interspersed by common land and framed on the west by the higher woodland of Coldharbour Common. John Labouchere of Broome Hall built the church and parsonage house. The church was consecrated on 19 October 1848.

Click here to see the catalogue of the Christ Church, Coldharbour Parish Records (1848 -1977) held at the Surrey History Centre.

Further information

Search... Search for records related to Coldharbour on this website


One Response to Coldharbour

  1. Stephen says:

    Why is Coldharbour called Coldharbour thank you

Leave a Comment

Comments posted using the form below will be published on the website. It is therefore recommended that you do not include any personal details or contact information in the comment.

If you have a question and want to provide personal details we recommend you use the 'Contact Us' form instead.

Your email address will not be published but it may be used to contact you with a reply to your comment. Required fields are marked *

  • As well as being the Church of England Diocesan record office for Surrey & holding Anglican parish records from the…