Waste Disposal East Horsley
Few little facts about East-Horsley
East Horsley is a village in Surrey.East Horsley appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Horslei. It was held by Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury.
The village has a large gothic mansion which was designed by Sir Charles Barry (designer of the Houses of Parliament) for the 1st Earl of Lovelace. It was the home of Ada, Lady Lovelace (the poet Lord Byron's daughter) and later Sir Thomas Sopwith, the aviation pioneer. It was used in the television drama The Stone Tape as 'Taskerlands'.
East Horsley is the home of the tennis player Chris Eaton and also the financier Sir Philip Hampton.