Margery

Margery is a hamlet in the Reigate and Banstead district, in the English county of Surrey. It is located close to the top of the north-facing dip slope of the North Downs. The hamlet is mainly located on the northern side of the M25 motorway, with access by road to the southern side only available by bridges to some more outlying houses close to Margery Wood. The closest junction is Junction 8, which is the Reigate Hill interchange.

The nearest settlement is the village of Lower Kingswood. Other nearby settlements include the hamlet of Mogador, the villages of Kingswood, Tadworth and Walton-on-the-Hill, and the town of Reigate. The area surrounding the hamlet is a mixture of farmland and common land, with Reigate Hill to the south being National Trust land. Other common land areas closeby include Walton Heath and the Buckland Hills. The North Downs Way passes immediately to the south of the hamlet.


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Coordinates: 51°15′39″N 0°12′23″W / 51.2608°N 0.2063°W / 51.2608; -0.2063


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