OUTWOOD IN SURREY "The Village with the Mill"
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|1542||Earliest known reference to Outwood; the Court Roll refers to the restrictions concerning the felling of timber in Outwood|
|1665||The Post Mill, still in working order, was built|
|1834||The Baptist Chapel, no longer in use, was built|
|1869||St John the Baptist Church was built|
|1870||The creation of the ecclesiastical parish of St John the Baptist|
|1876||The school was opened – now converted into apartments|
|1887||Outwood Cricket Club was formed and is still active|
|1891||The census of that year recorded about 586 residents in Outwood and 140 houses|
|1930||Outwood Drama Society was formed, now defunct|
|1936||The village hall was build, called the Lloyd Hall|
|2000||Outwood Parish Council was created|
|2001||Census recorded 569 People (309m, 260f), 224 households|
|2004||Outwood Website relaunched.|