All parts of the settlement are within 1 mile (1.6 km) north of West Byfleet or neighbouring Byfleet & New Haw stations which have South West Main Line trains (to/from London Waterloo station), a major and minor stop respectively.
The local roads form a complex grid north of Woking bypassing most residential roads, including the east-west access way of the A245 road to the south of Woodham which links Woking to the A3 at Cobham via Brooklands. Two similar roads north-south skirt to the east and west of Woodham linking Woking, and Brooklands respectively, to the M25 motorway. The grid avoids the need for dual carriageways in an area close to the eight-lane motorway which is elevated above the level of immediately surrounding streets, east of Woodham.
Woodham's schools are state-sponsored, for infants. These are a nursery and The Grange Community Infant School.
Senior schools include Woking High School, The Winston Churchill School, Bishop David Brown School, Heathside School in the west of Weybridge and Salesian School in central Chertsey. Woking College and Brooklands College average closer than the senior schools, in Higher/Further Education.
The closest independent schools are Halstead Preparatory School for Girls on the opposing border of Sheerwater and St George's College, Weybridge, the senior department of which is on the opposing border of Addlestone.
St Peter's Hospital, a large facility, is centred 2.5 miles (4.0 km) north.
Places of worshipEdit
In the Church of England Woodham is the west half of the ecclesiastical parish of New Haw. This is centred on the Church of All Saints, Woodham Lane. THe parish was formed in 1902 (from what had been part of Chertsey and then its offshoot Addlestone)
In Islam the closest mosque, by a small margin, is in the Deobandi tradition, with a management mainly of British Bangladeshis, at the Surrey Muslim Centre, Albert Road, Addlestone. The large Shah Jahan Mosque, Woking preaches in a range of the Sufi – Bareilvi traditions with a management formed mainly of British Pakistanis.
- Former places of worship
A Baptist chapel was built in 1872, and a Wesleyan chapel in 1898.
Woodham is a ward in Runnymede Borough Council. Its population at the 2011 Census was 5304.
- All Saints: New Haw The Church of England. Retrieved 2018-04-24
- 'Parishes: Chertsey', in A History of the County of Surrey: Volume 3, ed. H E Malden (London, 1911), pp. 403–413. British History Online: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/surrey/vol3/pp403-413, accessed 24 April 2018.
- "Runneymede Ward population 2011". Neighbourhood Statistics. Office for National Statistics. Retrieved 9 October 2016.
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