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Banstead Village

Woodmansterne Village
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Woodmansterne Village

Woodmansterne Village
Postcard owner Banstead History Centre
Picture added on 01 November 2009 at 16:41
The Woodman public house forward and on the left.
Anonymous comment added on 09 August 2015
The Woodman Pub was built for a Henry Wedd in the late 1800's as an annex to The Manor House (next to St Peter's Church) for his guests back in the late 1800's, long before it became the village pub.
He was also a Church Warden at St Peter's and a benefactor, having given Woodmansterne village both the Cricket Ground, and the Recreation Ground !
He also served on the Croydon Board of Guardians (the successor to the Poor Law).
Henry and Lillie Wedd also had a town house in Bayswater.
Added by David Isted on 23 October 2016
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