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Banstead Village

General Websites

Banstead Athletic Football Club
Local Football club in Banstead
Banstead History Research Group
The Banstead History Research Group is a local history society covering Banstead, Burgh Heath, Nork, Tadworth,Tattenham Corner and Woodmansterne in the county of Surrey. We research and publish histories of local individuals, houses, schools etc etc. We like to ensure that all our work is available to the general public and we have set up this Photo Archive to display not only our own collections but to also allow contributions from anyone else. Our own website which was set up a few years ago has enabled us to collect memories and photographs from people all over the world. Many left Banstead years ago but, they have never forgotten Banstead. If you fall into this category or especially if you are a long time resident, do sort out your old photos and make them part of Banstead's history by adding them to this important archive. For more detailed histories, publications and much more, please visit our main website.
Banstead May Queen
Website of the Banstead Village May Queen Group
Epsom Guardian
A newspaper local to Banstead
Jackie Pearce at the Saatchi Gallery
Jackie is a true artist who only works when inspired. She experiments with oils and various drawing medium and pursues a diversity of work embracing challenging and demanding ideas. She takes great pleasure in creating work that has been stimulated by her experiences of atmospheric landscapes, nature and human emotions. Jackie says “Art and Nature are so intimately related to one another that it is impossible to think of one without the other.” Usually making photographic studies and sketches before completing oil paintings or drawings, Jackie strives to create a true sense of inner depth and simple beauty in her work. She endorses Brancussi’s belief that simplicity is complexity itself and one has to be nourished by its essence in order to understand its value. July 2009
Pauline Harrison's site where greetings and Christmas cards showing Banstead scenes are available for sale.
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation - Brain Injury Centre
Queen Elizabeth's Foundation Brain Injury Centre Banstead Place Park Road Banstead Surrey SM7 3EE
SCT61 website
Website showing hundreds of bus images including the Candy Floss bus from Banstead.
Jackie Pearce is a Surrey artist working with a group of other modern artists at their studio in Newdigate.
St Mary's Burgh Heath (Exploring Surrey's past)
A section from the Surrey History Centre facility
St Peter's Church Woodmansterne
St Peter's Church Woodmansterne is an Anglican church, welcoming all who live in the parish. We are a village church, playing a part in the life of Woodmansterne; serving our neighbours with our resources and witnessing to the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Rectory Lane, Woodmansterne, Banstead Surrey. SM7 3NR Tel: 01737 352849
Video of Candy Floss bus
Cine film of the Candy Floss buss run by Banstead Coaches

Contributor's Websites

Lewis N Wood
Webmaster for the Banstead History Research Group
LNW postcard collection
Lewis Wood is the webmaster of the Banstead History Research Group website and an Administrator of this Banstead Village Photographic Archive. Lewis has a collection of over 500 Banstead postcards, many of which will be added to this archive.
Wendy Henningsson
Author of Home Hills and Beyond. BHRG member living in Sweden
Jackie Pearce
Jackie Pearce is a Surrey artist working with a group of other modern artists at their studio in Newdigate.
Bob Lockyer (BAFC)
Bob is the programme editor for the Banstead Athletic Football club. He can be contacted at the club on 01737 350982.

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