Banstead Village

Banstead High Street
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Banstead High Street

High Street in the 1950s
Picture added on 13 April 2010 at 15:09
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This picture brings back fond memories of yesteryear. On the right of the picture there used to be a delightful cottage occupied by the local vet and on the left of the picture was a garage, Watkins I believe. It stood next to Lancefield's, the garden shop.
Added by Geoffrey Pratt on 23 April 2012
Not Watkins garage, which was at the western end of the village, but French and Foxwell.
The first shop is Boots, next to the school warning sign and the European Lime tree.
Added by Michael Funnell on 02 September 2014
French and Foxwell always put up a nice big Christmas tree in their centre forecourt in the 70s.
Added by Tim Watts on 31 January 2018
Wasn't the garage Rose Autos or some name like that by the 70s? French and Foxwell had a garage at Burgh Heath just north of Robert's Stores
Added by Michael Funnell on 01 February 2018
Next door to Boots was a paper shop (I did a paper round from here).They also sold toys. Next to the paper shop, on the corner by the ally, was a fish-mongers
Down the ally was a shed where bikes were repaired and second-hand bikes sold.
In the next parade of shops was a shop that sold sherbet.

Added by Andy Wells on 04 February 2018
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