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Banstead Village

All Saints and the Garton Chapel of Ease
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All Saints and the Garton Chapel of Ease

The photograph taken in the 1930s shows a view of the church taken from the entrance to the Orchard.

To the right of the church in the distance you can see the Garton War Memorial with its distinctive cross and to the right of the memorial the Garton Chapel of Ease. The Chapel was destroyed by a bomb in the Second World War. Today it is a Garden of Remembrance. This is the only photograph we have which shows the Chapel. Do you have one? If so we would be delighted to see it.
Picture added on 26 October 2010 at 21:05
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Comments:
I am not aware of the name Garton Chapel of Ease. By WWII it was known as Mortuary Chapel, ostensibly because if the need arose it could be used as a mortuary. It was damaged by a bomb in the war but was still standing in 1965 - see picture 285.
Added by Tony Goring on 17 September 2011
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