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Hey there, I’m Jamie Morgan, the owner of Help Me Grow.

I’m all about making your business thrive in Reigate .

After two decades of running small businesses, I get it – running a local business comes with its unique challenges and opportunities. That’s where we step in – to be your trusted partner and guide.

Whether you prefer to meet face-to-face or chat online, our 1-2-1 business coaching is here to make your life easier.

We specialise in marketing coaching for small businesses, giving you the tools to rock the local market.

Need some extra support with your marketing? We’ve got your back. Our marketing services are designed to boost your online presence and make you stand out whilst keeping on track with our coaching plan.

Oh, and don’t forget to keep an eye out for our local and online training sessions and marketing workshops. They’re packed with tips and tricks to help your business flourish.

Let’s work together and make your business the talk of Reigate. We’re here to lend a helping hand and ensure your local success.

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About Reigate

Reigate ( RY-gate) is a town in Surrey, England, around 19 miles (30 km) south of central London. The settlement is recorded in Domesday Book in 1086 as Cherchefelle and first appears with its modern name in the 1190s. The earliest archaeological evidence for human activity is from the Paleolithic and Neolithic, and during the Roman period, tile-making took place to the north east of the modern centre.

A motte-and-bailey castle was erected in Reigate in the late 11th or early 12th century. It was originally constructed of timber, but the curtain walls were rebuilt in stone about a century later. An Augustinian priory was founded to the south of the modern town centre in the first half of the 13th century. The priory was closed during the Reformation and was rebuilt as a private residence for William Howard, the 1st Baron Howard of Effingham. The castle was abandoned around the same time and fell into disrepair.

During the medieval and early modern periods, Reigate was primarily an agricultural settlement. A weekly market began no later than 1279 and continued until 1895. Key crops included oats, hops and flax, but there is no record of rye being grown in the local area. The economy initially declined in the 18th century, as new turnpike roads allowed cheaper goods made outside the town to become available, undercutting local producers. Following the arrival of the railways in the mid-19th century, Reigate began to expand and the sale of much of the priory estate in 1921 released further land for housebuilding.

Since 1974, Reigate has been one of four towns in the borough of Reigate and Banstead and is part of the London commuter belt. The borough council is based at the town hall in Castlefield Road and Surrey County Council has its headquarters at Woodhatch Place. Much of the North Downs, to the north of Reigate, is owned by the National Trust, including Colley Hill, 722 feet (220 m) above ordnance datum (OD) and Reigate Hill 771 feet (235 m) above OD.

An Entrepreneurs Circle Certified Coach

Jamie Morgan is an Entrepreneurs Circle Certified Business Coach and marketing specialist serving Surrey, Berkshire and Hampshire.