Waste Disposal Warlingham
Few little facts about Warlingham
Warlingham is a large village on the south-eastern boundary of London,just across the border in Tandridge district, east Surrey.The name is probably derived from "The homestead (-ham) of the followers (-ing) of Waerla".
All Saints' Church Warlingham dates back to around the year 1250. Notable features include a 15th century wall painting of St Christopher. There is a tradition that Cranmer first experimented with the first Book of Common Prayer at this church.
Warlingham War Memorial is one of the central features of the village. It is a simple yet poignant monument dedicated to the great many local people who made sacrifices during the two world wars in the 20th Century.
Notable former residents include Sir Joseph Swan, inventor of the incandescent light bulb.