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Banstead Village

Banstead

The village of Banstead sits on top of the chalky North Downs in the county of Surrey
High Street Banstead This photo is available as a greetings card from the Banstead History Research Group.
All Saints Church High Street Banstead. Photo of south side taken in September 2006 The church is surrounded by the churchyard which conta...
Winkworth Road Banstead Winkworth Road was built in 1931/2 and was first called the Banstead by-pass. It took a great deal o...
Lady Neville Recreation Ground, Banstead The children's playground at Lady Neville Recreation Ground in Avenue Road Banstead. This photograp...
Banstead Place Park Road Banstead Banstead place in Park Road Banstead Previously owned by Ralph Neville. This building is now the ...
Banstead County Secondary Boys' School prefects School prefects - with WH Spearing, headmaster. From l to r. Back row: Frazer Hinkley, Ken Chiver...
The Banstead War Memorial The Banstead War Memorial in Banstead High Street. This memorial has 118 men listed, and members o...
The Mint Public House in Park Road Banstead This photo is available as a Greetings card from the Banstead History Research Group.
Edward Gale headmaster in early 1900s Edward Gale was headmaster of the Village School in the High Street on the site where Waitrose now s...
The Banstead History Research Group stall The Banstead History Research Group stall at the Banstead May Fayre in the Church Orchard. Members a...
Shire Horses at the 2008 Banstead Countryside Day Banstead Countryside day at Banstead Woods. One of the two Shire horses being put through its pace...
John Sweetman mans the BHRG stall. John Sweetman, author of the History of Banstead mans the Banstead History Research Group stall at t...

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German POW Erich Kochan in BansteadChris crossing the RhineCourt Road, Banstead - and a speedy delivery!Sports Day at Picquets WaySt Andrew's Church, KingswoodA postcard from Banstead VicarageSeven boysThe Beacon magazine - May 1955Banstead Village in 1904All Saints Banstead urgent repairs