Redhill is a town in Surrey, in the South East region of England. Redhill is located close to Reigate and approximately 20 miles south of Central London. Other towns and cities within easy reach of Redhill include Crawley which is 10 miles away, Guildford 25 miles, Horsham 20 miles and Sevenoaks 30 miles. Redhill is only 4 miles from the M25 and has mainline train services into London Victoria and London Bridge which makes it prime commuter land. London Gatwick airport is just over 6 miles away opening up easy access to international business and holiday travel. Although Redhill itself is not a particularly attractive town, it is surrounded by located is the picturesque Surrey countryside including the North Downs, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which offer great walking and cycling opportunities and numerous country pubs.
Famous people from Redhill include: Nick Hornby, writer (Fever Pitch, About a Boy and High Fidelity) and Chris Robshaw, former England rugby captain