Frimley is situated in north-west Surrey, 2 miles south of Camberley and close to the border with Hampshire. The town center is situated around the High Street and includes a Waitrose supermarket and some smaller shops including several restaurants, banks and a post office. Frimley Park Hospital is situated in the town and there are a number of well-regarded schools in Frimley including: the Grove Primary School, Lakeside Primary School, Ravenscote Junior School, Tomlinscote school and sixth form college and St Augustines RC Primary School. The M3 can be accessed nearby at Jct 4, there is also the Frimley railway station, at the western end of the High Street which is found on the Guildford to Ascot line (change at Ash Vale for London Waterloo).
Frimley Green is a large village in Surrey located adjacent to Frimley and is as well connected with the nearest major town being Guildford which lies approximately 10 miles away. Frimley Green, as with many English villages, is named after the central village green. It is fairly large in size, and has remained unchanged for many years. Frimley Lodge Park is located between Frimley Green and Mytchett and the Basingstoke Canal runs alongside the park. It contains several large playing fields, a wooded area with an activity trail and unusually a miniature railway.