The Grade I listed St Nicholas Church in Compton was built in the 10th century.
Local Community of Compton
G F and Mary Watts were actively involved in their local community. G F Watts hired local apprentices while Mary Watts taught pottery workshops to local villagers and founded the Compton Potters' Arts Guild, as well as being an active member of the Godalming and District National Union of Women's Suffrage Society. Watts Gallery - Artists' Village continues this heritage by maintaining close ties with the village of Compton and businesses in the surrounding area.
Compton Parish has approximately 1,000 residents and is one of the oldest civil parishes, founded in 1894. Visit compton-surrey.co.uk for more information.
Compton Fete - Saturday 16 May 2020
From running races and delicious barbecues to bouncy castles and face painting, enjoy Compton's traditional annual fete organised by volunteers from the village - all proceeds go to charity. Don't forget to visit the Watts Gallery - Artists' Village stand and take part in our creative workshop for all ages.