The Surrey villages and areas of towns without a single coronavirus death recorded

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A new map has detailed the towns and villages across Surrey in which not a single coronavirus death has been recorded.

The map, published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), gives a breakdown of where COVID-19 patients were living in Surrey at the time of their death. However, it also shows areas where no deaths have been recorded at all.

The data used in the map only includes deaths in the county which occurred between March 1 and April 17, and were registered by April 18.

This means there are a number of deaths that are yet to be officially recorded and entered into the map, so the numbers for each area are likely to be higher than stated.

It does show, though, that a large number of villages across Surrey, and certain areas of its towns, are yet to have a single confirmed coronavirus death.

To see how many deaths there have been in your area of the county, enter your postcode into the ONS map below.

The areas where no deaths have been recorded

The following areas of Surrey, up to April 18, had not had a single coronavirus death recorded:

  • Frimley Green (Surrey Heath)
  • Camberley Parkside (Surrey Heath)
  • Mytchett (Surrey Heath)
  • Camberley Heatherside (Surrey Heath)
  • Bagshot (Surrey Heath)
  • Farnham Upper Hale (Waverley)
  • Farnham Weybourne and Badshot Lea (Waverley)
  • Elstead & Milford (Waverley)
  • Farnham & Moor Park Bourne (Waverley)
  • Tongham (Guildford)
  • Ash Vale (Guildford)
  • Pirbright & Normandy (Guildford)
  • Bellfields, Slyfield & Weyfield (Guildford)
  • Pewley Down & The Mount (Guildford)
  • Burpham North & Merrow East (Guildford)
  • Gomshall, Shere & Albury (Guildford)
  • Old Woking & Westfield (Woking)
  • Egham Hythe & Pooley Green (Runnymede)
  • Shepperton Town (Spelthorne)
  • Hersham (Elmbridge)
  • Westcott, Ockley & Capel (Mole Valley)
  • Leatherhead North (Mole Valley)
  • Dorking North & Westhumble (Mole Valley)
  • Oxted North (Tandridge)
  • Caterham Valley (Tandridge)

Full list of COVID-19 figures in every Surrey area

SurreyLive has also broken down the ONS figures for every area in the county. It’s important to note that figures are available for each district and borough up to April 24, but the figures from the map, detailed below, only go up to the week before that.

Reigate and Banstead is the borough with the highest number of coronavirus deaths, according to the map data, with 89 up to April 17. ONS figures up to April 24 show it has seen 125 deaths, so an extra 36 were recorded in that week. Some of those deaths will have been backdated as they weren’t confirmed as COVID-19-related until then, which is why it may seem like a big jump in one week.

Looking at the hyperlocal data from the map up to April 17, Horton and Manor Park, in the borough of Epsom and Ewell, is the specific area with the most fatalities, with a total of 13.

Below is the full breakdown of coronavirus deaths up to April 17, in every hyperlocal area of Surrey.

Surrey Heath – 17 deaths

Camberley West – 1

Camberley North – 3

Camberley Town – 1

Camberley Parkside – 0

Camberley Heatherside – 0

Frimley Green – 0

Frimley – 2

Mytchett and Frith Hill – 0 

Lightwater – 4

Bagshot – 0

Chobham & Windlesham – 5

West End & Bisley – 1

Waverley – 33 deaths

Farnham Town – 3

Farnham Shortheath – 1

Farnham Moor Park & Bourne – 0

Farnham Upper Hale – 0

Farnham Weybourne and Badshot Lea – 0

Wrecclesham – 1

Hindhead, Beacon Hill & Frensham – 1

Haslemere East – 4

Haslemere West – 2

Ewhurst & Chiddingfold – 2

Wheelerstreet, Wormley & Hambledon – 5

Elstead & Milford – 0

Godalming South – 2

Godalming North – 3

Farncombe – 4

Blackheath, Wonersh & Shamley Green – 4

Cranleigh – 1

Guildford – 25 deaths

Shalford & Wanborough – 6

Tongham – 0

Ash Wharf – 1

Ash Vale – 0

Pirbright & Normandy – 0

Worplesdon, Jacobs Well & Wood Street – 3

Park Barn, Royal Surrey Hospital – 1

Onslow Village & University – 3

Stoughton – 1

Bellfields, Slyfield & Weyfield – 0

Guildford Town Centre – 1

Pewley Down & The Mount – 0

Burpham, Boxgrove & Merrow West – 1

Burpham North & Merrow East – 0

West Clandon & Send – 3

Horsley & Effingham – 4

Gomshall, Shere & Albury – 0

Woodbridge Hill – 1

The entrance to the emergency department at Royal Surrey County Hospital on March 24

Woking – 19 deaths

Mayford & Brookwood – 1

St John’s – 2

Knaphill – 3

Goldworth Park – 1

Hook Heath – 1

Old Woking & Westfield – 0

Maybury Hill & Pyrford South – 1

Woking Central – 2

Horsell – 5

Sheerwater – 1

West Byfleet & Pyrford North – 1

Byfleet – 1

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Runnymede – 26 deaths

Ottershaw & Lyne – 5

Virginia Water – 1

Englefield Green & University – 5

Egham Town – 1

Egham Hythe & Pooley Green – 0

Thorpe – 2

Chertsey – 2

Addlestone North – 1

Addlestone South – 6

New Haw & Woodham – 3

Spelthorne – 43 deaths

Staines South East – 2

Staines Town – 2

Staines South West – 3

Stanwell North & Stanwell Moor – 4

Stanwell South – 7

Ashford West – 6

Ashford East – 6

Ashford Common – 4

Sunbury Common – 3

Sunbury East – 2

Halliford & Sunbury West – 3

Shepperton Town – 0

Littleton & Shepperton Green – 1

Elmbridge – 48 deaths

Walton North & Molesey Heath – 1

Walton North – 1

Walton Hersham Road – 4

Walton East – 3

Thames Ditton – 2

Long Ditton – 1

Weybridge Riverside – 4

West Molesey North – 1

East Molesey – 4

West Molesey South – 7

Hinchley Wood & Weston Green – 2

Claygate – 5

Esher – 1

Hersham – 0

Weybridge St George’s Hill – 4

Walton Central – 1

Cobham – 2

Oxshott & Stoke D’Abernon – 5

The drive-through testing facility in Guildford

Epsom and Ewell – 39 deaths

Horton & Manor Park – 13

West Ewell – 2

Ruxley Lane – 1

Stoneleigh & Auriol – 2

Ewell East – 10

Epsom North – 7

Epsom Town – 1

Epsom Downs & Common – 3

Mole Valley – 45 deaths

Charlwood, Newdigate & Beare Green – 1

Westcott, Ockley & Capel – 0

Box Hill & Brockham – 5

Ashtead East – 2

Ashtead West – 3

Leatherhead North – 0

Leatherhead South – 6

Fetcham – 2

Bookham North – 5

Bookham South – 8

Dorking South – 4

Dorking North & Westhumble – 0

Holmwoods – 9

The coronavirus testing centre in the car park of Chessington World of Adventures

Reigate and Banstead – 89 deaths

Banstead – 13

Chipstead and Netherne – 6

Earlswood and Whitebushes – 3

Horley Central – 10

Horley East – 2

Horley West – 4

Kingswood – 8

Merstham – 10

Nork – 5

Redhill East – 1

Redhill West – 2

Reigate Central and Redhill Common – 2

Reigate Hill and Gatton – 10

Reigate South Park – 3

Salfords and Woodhatch – 2

Tadworth and Walton – 2

Tattenham North – 3

Tattenham South – 3

Tandridge – 27 deaths

Lingfield & Dormansland – 4

Smallfield & Felbridge – 3

Nutfield & Bletchingley – 3

Caterham North – 4

Caterham South – 1

Godstone – 2

Oxted South – 3

Oxted North – 0

Warlingham East & Tatsfield – 5

Warlingham West & Whyteleafe – 2

Caterham Valley – 0

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