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Chobham is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Surrey Heath in Surrey, England.. The village has a small high street area, specialising in traditional trades and motor trades. The River Bourne and its northern tributary, the Hale, Mill Bourne or Windle Brook run through the village.. Chobham lost a large minority of its land to West End, in , which has a larger population and was.
It also received great timbers and money until the end of that century to enable a large construction, in wood and stone. On 6 March Edward I granted the Dominican friars a road leading from Guildford to the royal park and forest opposite, across the river, to be enclosed for enlarging their area. It has been conjectured that these gifts were in return for the labours of some of the community, who were known to be skilled in horticulture, in laying out the royal gardens and grounds at Guildford.
However his asset-stripping breakaway of the Church of England from the established church saw the friary dissolved on 10 October but the house remained standing until when it was partly pulled down on the instruction of Sir George More , who carried away the materials by leave of George Austen, possibly for substantial use in building the wing which More added to Loseley Park , Artington.
This property was eventually changed into barracks in , and pulled down in Ordine Cruciferorum[ edit ] Before the shopping centre was built, the site of the Friary was excavated in and During these excavations, traces of an earlier building were found under the Dominican building. The Victoria County History recorded the skepticism of Tanner’s description of crossed friars here.
Also referred to as the ‘Fratres Ordinis S Morise de Ordine Cruciferorum’, this was a small and short-lived order, who came to Britain in In they were given permission to inhabit a piece of land they had acquired at Guildford. The Friars de Ordine Martyrum was dissolved by the Council of Lyons in , along with a number of the smaller orders what in English were informally termed the Friars of the Sack who are recorded here once in records and the Pied Friars.
The excavations revealing a structure built after but which must have ceased to exist before , along with the documentary evidence for the presence of the Friars de Ordine Martyrum supports the suggestion that this was the original Friary. There has also been the suggestion of a late medieval resurrection of this, associated with the Spital, or St. Thomas’s Hospital, that once stood in the angle between the Epsom and London roads in Guildford.
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Gallery Description Dating back to the s and retaining many character features including exposed beams and exposed brick walls, this attractive attached period home sits on a wonderful plot extending to approximately 1. From the timber framed porch the front door opens into a useful entrance lobby with space for coats and shoes.
A further door opens into the spacious double aspect dining room with French doors opening out to the terrace and garden, and tiled floor with underfloor heating which then continues through to the kitchen. Off the dining room there is a large utility room with extensive built in storage cupboards, butlers sink, space and plumbing for washing machine, work tops, tiled flooring and coats hanging space. A door from the dining room leading into an inner hallway with stairs to first floor, understairs storage cupboard and cloakroom with wc and wash basin.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, with the master benefiting from an en suite shower room, together with an impressive family bathroom with suite comprising a free-standing bath, separate shower cubicle, wc and wash basin.
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Where does the Guildford to Waterloo Station train arrive? Yes, the driving distance between Guildford to Waterloo Station is 32 miles. It takes approximately 45 min to drive from Guildford to Waterloo Station. Where can I stay near Waterloo Station? Prices start at RUB per night. Check out Blablacar’s carpooling service for rideshare options between Guildford and Waterloo Station. A great option if you don’t have a driver’s licence or want to avoid public transport.
London boasts myriad historical sites, art galleries, sporting attractions, world-class restaurants and eateries, high fashion outlets, and cultural events. Its permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. Its dedication to Paul the Apostle dates back to the original church on this site, founded in AD
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History[ edit ] Neolithic flints have been found and there are several round barrows on the heaths; such as the Bee Garden in rolling Albury Bottom, a scheduled ancient monument  and the “Herestraet or Via Militaris” of the Chertsey Charters ran through Chobham parish. In Roman silver coins of Gratian and of the time of a Valentinian , and copper coins of a Theodosius , Honorius , and another Valentinian, a spear-head and a gold ring, were found near Chobham Park in the parish.
Chobham appears in Domesday Book as Cebeham held by Chertsey Abbey , as it was at the time of the conquest, with interests also acquired by the time of its survey, , by two minor Norman figures, possibly bishops, Corbelin and Odin. Its Domesday assets were:
Surrey is broken up into 11 boroughs and districts: Spelthorne, Runnymede, Surrey Heath, Woking, Elmbridge, Guildford (the county town), Waverley, Mole Valley, Epsom and Ewell, Reigate and Banstead, and Tandridge.
Freehold This charming detached character cottage is located in a popular and surprisingly commutable semi rural village on the fringes of Guildford town centre and the Surrey Hills. Dating we understand from the early ‘s, this pretty home has plenty of character and appeal including Georgian paned windows, log burning stoves and exposed timbers. The property is presented in good condition with scope for modernisation and extension subject to the usual consents.
The living space currently comprises three bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. On the ground floor there is a particularly generous reception hall, a sitting room opening to the dining room, a kitchen and a conservatory. Situation Perfectly located in the highly desirable village of West Clandon, close to the recreation ground, playground and the highly regarded Onslow Arms public house 0.
West Clandon train station is conveniently located within 0. Outside To the front of the property is a gravel parking area from where you approach the house via a beautifully planted front garden. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs adding details to the space. The garden is wonderfully private with a westerly orientation which is ideal for evening entertaining and alfresco dining.
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Home News VE Day 70th anniversary: How ordinary Britons celebrated the end of war in Europe Our perception of VE Day usually involves crowds of giddy Britons casting off the shackles of war with gay abandon. The truth, says David Kynaston, was more nuanced. Not everyone was invited, or even excited, and foreboding hung in the air Wednesday 6 May It should of been yesterday.
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I am trying to locate information and if possible drawings of the two buses in the attached images. They are both of the Cream Bus Service Ltd. I believe one is a Carrier CY and the other a Ford. I actually make model airplanes but would like to make a couple of models in remembrance of my Grandfather — hence my reach out for this help.
Its all in the wonderful book on Samuel Ledgard: It includes a full history of Cream Bus. Not sure about drawings and dimensions though as small buses at that time varied greatly with regard to dimensions. Thanks for the posting and photos.
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The font of the registration plate looks like a re-registration series used in New Zealand. Just look at the forward blind spots! Whether or not it is legal in New Zealand, thats another matter, but probably is as it appears to have been bodied there. There are many old buses used as campers in NZ but not many still as buses, I dont think the authorities there encourage bus preservation as we know it in the UK.
As to the the questions asked by Diane Stanley regarding restoring it as a caravan for herself and daughter, frankly unless she has the skills to do this sort of work or can get help from someone who can I would not even consider it, as it will be a minefield.
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A similar trench is runs up several of the Mole’s tributaries, notably along Deanoak Brook which follows a local strike. The presence of the trench protects the land from flooding rendering it suitable for agriculture. The bedrock is permeable chalk and the water table lies permanently below the level of the riverbed, allowing water to drain out of the river through swallow holes in the bed and banks. At this point that the water table rises enough for the water to flow back into the main river channel.
Fagg identified 25 active swallow holes between Dorking and Mickleham ; most were only a few centimetres in diameter and were located in the vertical banks of the river below the water line. Initially the surveyors tried to fill the holes with rubble to prevent the foundations of the new road subsiding. However this proved to be impractical and they were instead covered by concrete domes, up to 18 m in diameter, each fully supported by the surrounding chalk and provided with a manhole and access shaft to allow periodic inspection.
In this manner it goes away, lessening the stream for above a mile, near two, and these they call the Swallows.
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The River Mole is a tributary of the River Thames in southern rises in West Sussex near Horsham and flows northwest through Surrey for 80 km (50 miles) to the Thames at East Molesey, opposite Hampton Court Palace. The river gives its name to the Surrey district of Mole Mole crosses the North Downs between Dorking and Leatherhead, where it cuts a steep-sided valley, .
However, the news has raised many questions among Get Surrey readers who remain unsure as to how the smart motorway will operate. Get Surrey has compiled some of the most frequently asked questions, and the replies from Highways England, to help motorists enjoy a smooth ride. How do you safely decelerate into, or accelerate out of, a refuge area when there is traffic in lane one?
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Retired railwaymen and steam fans gathered at Guildford railway station on Farnham Road bridge on Sunday July 9 for the unveiling of a plaque to commemorate Guildford’s engine shed that closed exactly 50 years ago. In his speech to around 40 people who gathered at the pedestrian entrance to the car park, Geoff Burch said – ‘It doesn’t seem that long ago when Pat Kinsella and I departed from here aboard our respective locomotives BR Standard Class 5 Nos and to go light-engines to Salisbury, not forgetting the other drivers and firemen who left here that day.
This occasion was originally an idea of another old steam colleague, Bill Moore, who thought it would be a good idea for a few of us to meet up here and go for a drink afterwards. However, Bill Bunce, Pat Kinsella and I put our heads together and came up with an idea which has ended up a full-blown plaque unveiling ceremony! Also I must thank the following people who have generously made donations towards the costs of the plaque; without them, it wouldn’t have been possible: Fortunately, we were still able to raise most of the funds as a result of the kind generosity of persons completely unconnected with the railway industry who genuinely believe that this place is still part of Guildford’s heritage.
WEY WALKER “Newlands corner, where the motorcyclists also gather, has a beautiful view of the Weald and the hills beyond. The Weald used to be covered in deep forest until the Saxons chopped it all down.
Wanborough, The Manor and The Great Barn In the Cistercian monks from Waverley Abbey near Farnham built a great barn in which to store the annual harvest of arable crops and sheep fleeces from Wanborough manor which the order controlled. The Cistercian system of recruiting lay brothers, who were men lacking the education to become fully fledged monks but who wanted the discipline of religious life, enabled large farming operations to be run efficiently and dependably for the order under the supervision of a bailiff.
The Abbey secured the right to hold an annual fair at Wanborough for three days from August 23rd and also provided for a piepowder court 1 to settle trading and other offences. The Great Barn was constructed from huge oak timbers, much of which is still in place today. The original external covering was made of vertical boarding although today this has been replaced with weatherboarding. The building has been extended in more recent times with work undertaken in and the early 19th century.
Alongside the barn is a granary which was built at the end of the 18th century, although its original position was in the front of the manor house.
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As there is no legislation covering the installation of CCTV no official figures exist on how many privately-operated cameras are in the town. The role involves working closely alongside the Force Control Centre, operational Police officers, and local Town Centre shopping areas to keep them informed of incidents, suspect persons and situations.
This post is essential in providing the best evidence for proceedings, enhancing officer safety and helping prevent and reduce crime. The CCTV unit has been responsible for a number of arrests and convictions for serious offences and we are looking for someone who has the necessary skills to be part of this successful team.
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