St John's, Woking
St John's Church, St John's
Thick woodland is mixed with open meadow at St John's Lye, between St John's and Hook Heath
|Area||3.46 km2 (1.34 sq mi)|
|Population||4,656 (2011 Census. Ward)|
|• ||1,346/km2 (3,490/sq mi)|
St John's and Hook Heath is a suburban
The village is elongated along the south of the
The village gained its name from the
Today the village is home to a mixture of shops and businesses which include a pharmacy, a small supermarket, restaurants, and office premises.
Wildlife is present on the canal and at St John's Lye – a public open space with a football ground, areas set aside for habitat, a rolling elevated landscape, and other outdoor leisure use.
The sole church, mentioned in history, is an active religious group and the dedication of the building gives rise to the name of the settlement.
Scout, guides, a residents' association providing voluntary work, the Women's Institute, a floral art group and the 'Churchill Tennis Club' operate in St John's.
The following primary schools are in St John's: