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Banstead Village

Methodist Church, Great Tattenhams - Main Entrance
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Methodist Church, Great Tattenhams - Main Entrance

The church lasted for no more than 50 years. It was built in 1953 and was situated on the corner of Great Tattenhams and Chapel Way. Evidently, the roof was always leaking. A similar situation plagued another Methodist Church situated in the The Drive, Banstead. That church was also pulled down but it was replaced by a church that resembles a wigwam.
Picture added on 25 March 2010 at 11:33
I used to attend the youth club that was held there in the 1970's I believe that it was called the 66 Club. I remember that they used to show films (MAINLY "TOMMY" over & over again). There was Badminton in the main hall and Darts and other games in the small games room (+:KISSING & CUDDLING ;=).
Added by Jonathan Barrott on 18 April 2014
It was the "66" youth club here on a Monday(?)evening. Badminton, table tennis, snooker etc. and your favourite music of the time on an old record player in one of the small rooms with old armchairs. At that time Rev Paul King was vicar (a real supporter of the club).
Added by Cary on 06 November 2014
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Tattenham Corner

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