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Banstead Village

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Banstead All Saints' Fellowship – Cinderella Cinderella 1954 The fourth production of the All Saints fellowship. Back Row: ...
Ferndale Road stores Banstead This is Ferndale Stores in Banstead. The photo was taken some time between 1952 and 1957. The grocer...
Anti-tank gun pillboxes at Banstead Built in 1940, this pillbox has now generally been accepted as the largest anti-tank gun type built ...
The Mayor and the Reverend Banstead All Saints Mayor Richard Mantle and Revd David Chance at the Banstead District Scout St George's Day Parade on ...
St George's Parade Banstead Some Beavers, Cubs and Scouts of Banstead District at the St George's Parade on 25th April 2010 in t...
Banstead District Beavers, Cubs and Scouts Beavers, Cubs and Scouts of Banstead District in the Orchard of All Saints Church on 25th April 2010
Sir Henry Lambert's Banstead Sir Henry Lambert [AKA Stuart Sweetman of the Banstead History Research Group] directs the crowds ga...
Firtee House 2 Firtree Road Banstead Firtree House, 2 Fir Tree Road, Banstead as it appeared in the original sales brochure in 1925. Noti...
Carved wooden seat... but what happened to it? The seat was removed to make way for building; does anyone know what became of it?
Banstead Village School Banstead Village School circa 1914 This photo belongs to Mrs June Baker nee Butler,her father Gord...
Banstead Oddfellows? Rumoured to be a group of Banstead Oddfellows. Can anyone confirm this, or perhaps locate the house?...
Burgh Heath - The Galleon Burgh Heath - The Galleon Circa late 1940s The Galleon was a restaurant with an open air swimming p...

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