Talk:Surrey Hills, Victoria

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Surrey HillsSurrey Hills, Victoria[edit]

Surrey Hills, England[edit]

Surrey Hills AONB is also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near Dorking in Surrey, England. Perhaps the redirect Surrey Hills should become a disambiguation page? Our Phellap 20:50, 28 July 2005 (UTC)

Surrey Hills Primary con tect[edit]

I removed this content as it was not referenced and is possibly contentious:

"Surrey Hills Primary is the local primary school and has been a testament to the community and its strength for over 250 years. However, my experience was one of extreme suffering. In 1972 Headmaster Smith viciously attacked a young man who was in first form with a large leather implement. That young man was me, Stu. It was not uncommon for him to readily announce over the PA system the names of students who were to be inflicted with grevious bodily harm by the evil strap."

Peter Campbell Talk! 09:41, 5 July 2006 (UTC)

Surrey Hills Workforce[edit]

The section on Chatham Station says: "Most working residents of Surrey Hills commute to Melbourne either by car or train."

I'm not sure that "most working residents commute to Melbourne" is actually borne out by the figures. I can't find the workforce travel figures at the moment so I have left the entry. If it is correct then it should be changed to CBD as the term Melbourne is also used as a general wide reference to the entire city and not just Melbourne City Council area. --Tim O'Leary (talk) 04:59, 13 July 2008 (UTC)