|Location||West corner of the green at the intersection of Claygate High Street and The Green.|
|Side inscription||ERECTED TO COMMEMORATE|
THE CORONATION OF KING GEORGE V
70 VICTORIA STREET S.W.
|Type and size||Trough 1c 6ft 6in granite|
|Original location||Esher & The Dittons. Claygate|
|Date erected||9 May 1912|
|Comments||Originally Church Road, Claygate. Coronation memorial. Public subs £27.14.0. Association £16.13.10. One of a number of troughs erected to commemorate the coronation of King George V. Note that the words "DRINKING FOUNTAIN" have been dropped from the Association's title on the inscription. The trough is very close to this fountain.|