The WaterColour Residents’ Association is tasked with promoting the interests of the residents of WaterColour village and retaining the special character of the environment we call home.
The WRA committee is a small group of concerned residents who have been elected by the WRA members to serve as the lead for the association. The committee are all volunteers and meet monthly to discuss current and ongoing issues
Trains WaterColour is located roughly half-way between Merstham and Redhill stations. Both stations are situated on the main line between London and Brighton. There are regular trains to London Bridge, London Victoria, East Croydon, Clapham Junction, Gatwick Airport, Horsham and
At the eastern end of the Surrey Hills nestled between Redhill and Merstham, and adjacent to the Nutfield Marshes Nature Reserve, WaterColour Village is a development of more than five hundred dwellings built between 2005 and 2012. The village has
The Water Colour Village is situated on the site of an old fine sand quarry (Holmethorpe Gravel Quarry). Quarrying in the area has been going on from Roman times until the early 1960s. The area is rich in mineral deposits