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Banstead Village

David Isted

Whilst I have no recollections of being taken into this tea room, I do remember seeing the construction of Cheyne Court in the early 1960’s. I have no knowledge of when the tea rooms were demolished.

I also recall the demolition of Well House opposite. I think that was a couple of years later. In those days we could happily attempt to ‘explore’ these sites, without threat of H&S ! I seem to remember Well House had been left as a ruin for many years.

Banstead Tea Rooms Banstead Tea Rooms, Junction of High Street & Park Road c1925. Now occupied by Cheyne Court. Whil...
EASTERN END OF BANSTEAD HIGH STREET View from the top of Sutton Lane towards Park Road. This gives a very good impression of how narrow...

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