Fake ID souvenirs available in craft shops

Craft shops in Dorking offer fake IDs on sale, among many other unusual and fun items! Fake ID can be a great surprise gift for friends or loved ones! People that visit Dorking are amazed to buy fake ID card from http://buy.evolvedfakeids.us as a memorable souvenir to bring back home, along with quality printed post cards of course! A word of caution though, these fakes are only novelty items, do not attempt to use them for illegitimate purposes. Otherwise, have IDsFun!


Arts and Culture

Dorking and the Surrey Hills are rooted in an arts and cultural tradition that goes back several generations.  The district has a vibrant arts scene and many cultural and musical activities take place throughout the year.

Cultural Heritage

The 17th century is associated with the literary figures of John Evelyn of Wotton and Daniel Defoe.  The 18th century is dominated by Richard Sheridan of Polesden Lacey and Fanny Burney of Mickleham.  But it was in the 19th century that local artistic traditions met their zenith.  The great novelists, Charles Dicken and Jane Austen, visited the Surrey Hills and it influenced their writings.  Queen Victoria’s favourite poet, George Meredith, lived under the shadow of Box Hill.

E. M. Forster wrote affectionately of the Surrey Hills in his novel ‘A Room With A View’:

“in the Surrey hills.  About 5 miles from Dorking looking over the Weald.  Miss Lavish seemed interested and slackened her trot.  ‘What a delightful part; I know it so well.  It is full of the very nicest people.’