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Canvas Prints in Dorking
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Dorking /ˈdɔːr.kɪŋ/ is a market town in Surrey in South East England, about 34 km (21 mi) south of London. The main axis of the town centre runs east-west, roughly parallel to the Pipp Brook and along the northern face of an outcrop of Lower Greensand. The town is surrounded on three sides by the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is close to Box Hill and Leith Hill.
The earliest archaeological evidence of human activity is from the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods, and there are several Bronze Age bowl barrows in the local area. The town may have been the site of a staging post on Stane Street during Roman times, however the name 'Dorking' suggests an Anglo-Saxon origin for the modern settlement. A market is thought to have been held at least weekly since early Medieval times and was highly regarded for the poultry traded there. The Dorking breed of domestic chicken is named after the town.
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