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Banstead Village

Introduction

Welcome to the Banstead Photo Archive run by the Banstead History Research Group

 Overview:  The Banstead Photo Archive also covers Burgh Heath, Chipstead, Lower Kingswood, Kingswood, Nork, Tadworth, Tattenham Corner, Walton on the Hill  and Woodmansterne. The aim is to create a photographic history of our part of the county of Surrey.

 Visitors:   Images can be viewed by Year, by Album, by Village, by Group which is a sub-category of an Album, by Contributor, or by using the Search facility at the top of this page. You can leave your own comments or memories against any picture.  

 Contributors:   We would like to include your new, as well as your old photos. You can include a description, year taken and many other details.  

Techie bit - Max 735 pixels wide and 72 DPI is fine. Higher quality images  will be automatically reduced to this size and will take longer to upload.   

 Local history :   For further local history information and publications, please visit the BHRG website.

 Pictures to date:  536     Comments  :    852

 If you like what you see, or you don't see what you like, why not became a contributor...

Latest Picture
Burgh Heath - The Pond

A Frith & Co Ltd postcard of the Pond, Burgh Heath, postmarked 6 June 1959. A nice view of the island and, immediately to the left of it, you can make out the Memorial Hall. Judging by the state of the trees and the vegetation, the image was captured...

536 Pictures | 852 Comments
Burgh Heath - The Pond
Latest Pictures
Lone Wellingtonia along the A217 in Burgh HeathThe Banstead Village SchoolThe Parade, Burgh HeathRemembrance Sunday 2018  WWI CentenaryBanstead In the Great War ExhibitionLych Gate St Peter WoodmansterneBanstead in Portsmouth!Beechholme from the airNork Park Hill entrance to Nork House DriveBanstead boy builds first 'Go-Kart'Top boys!Banstead WIBanstead WIBanstead meets the RhineHappy campers at Henley FortBanstead May Queen 2018

Favourites

Banstead High Street in the 1950s (Part One)Raylec LtdRose Hill School, The Kitchen GardenShire Horses at the 2008 Banstead Countryside DayThe Old Post Office Banstead High StreetThe Great Fire of Banstead 12th December 2008.Wairose fire - Four days onWaitrose Banstead - The end of a long daySnow in Banstead in Jan 2010 - The Church OrchardRose Hill School, The GardensBanstead Downs WI 3 of 6