Tongham Parish Council

Tongham is a small (but fast-growing) village with a real community feel about it and is classed as a civil parish. We come under Guildford Borough Council and Surrey County Council.  From the population abstracts from 1811 until its evolution into a parish the settlement was a rural one large enough in size to be official classed as a statistically recordable hamlet. Tongham’s now dismantled railway with a station was important for transporting materials to build the new military camp of Aldershot from 1856 until 1870 and the row of shops developed from this line.  Tongham  was originally part of the parish of  Seale  and Tongham and Seale continued to be linked as Parishes until the first meeting of Tongham Parish Council at 6.30 pm on Monday 21st May 1984. Seale then became Seale and Sands Parish Council. Tongham Church was completed in 1865.

Would you like to know more about what your Parish Council does? 

Please let your Parish Councillors know if you have any concerns or ideas that may help us in our efforts to make Tongham better for us all!

If you would like . . . . .

  • a say in the things that go on in and around Tongham.
  • to raise issues that concern you or the village.
  • to discuss matters with Parish, Borough and County Councillors

Our Parish Council meetings take place in the Old School Hall in Tongham.
We meet on the third Monday of the month at 19.30 and welcome anyone who would like to attend.