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Heath End, Surrey

Coordinates: 51°14′13″N 0°47′17″W / 51.237°N 0.788°W / 51.237; -0.788

Heath End
Population >4,000
OS grid reference SU8449
District Waverley
Shire county Surrey
Region South East
Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town Farnham
Postcode district GU9
Dialling code 01252
Police Surrey
Fire Surrey
Ambulance South East Coast
EU Parliament South East England
UK Parliament South West Surrey
List of places

Heath End is a village in Surrey, England. It lies between Farnham and Aldershot. The census area Farnham Hale and Heath End has a population of 4,270.[1]


The nearby village of Hale grew rapidly after 1854, when the British Army became established in Aldershot.[2] As the cottages spread, those near to Aldershot formed a separate village, which became known as Heath End—the homes at the end of the heath. It subsequently became the location of Aldershot Army College, now demolished.

The current Heath End School building was completed in 1968. Rising to four storeys, it is one of the most visible landmarks in the village from the south.

The actor Bill Maynard was born in the village in 1928.[3]


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