Warlingham is south of the London Borough of Croydon. It is centred around the village green where there is a variety of shops and services. All Saints' Church dates from the 13th century and it is believed to be where the Book of Common Prayer was used for the first time, in a service attended by Archbishop Cranmer.
A more recent church, St Christopher's, is in the south eastern part of Warlingham where the residential community has grown during the 20th Century. A supermarket stands nearby on the site of the old Chelsham Bus Garage. Warlingham School is located in Tithepit Shaw Lane.
The site of the former Warlingham Park Hospital, which had a long history of pioneering psychiatric work, was within the Parish of Chelsham and Farleigh. This has now been re-developed for housing, with the Grade II listed clock tower, a landmark in the local area, a centrepiece of the new development.
Chelsham itself consists of a common, school and a number of scattered houses. St Leonard's Church is some distance away in a relatively isolated position and it is possible that the church is the only surviving building of a deserted village.
Farleigh is a small hamlet near the district boundary with Croydon and contains a number of houses, farms and the Grade 1 listed St Mary's Church of Norman origin.
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