Farnham, The Spinning Wheel 1913

Farnham, The Spinning Wheel 1913

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Memories of Farnham

Happiness

I was born in Frensham, but moved to Farnham when aged about 5 yrs. My father was a master Taylor (Lee) & had his business at No.15 Downing Street, as did his father before him - it is now an Estate Agents. I went to St Polycarps ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by Brenda Watters

St Christopher School

Hi my name is Noreen and I lived in Farnham for quite a few years. I was actually born in Ash. As you go past the library, from the town centre, there used to be a private school called St Christopher, where I worked for a ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by Noreen Simons

Farnham Outdoor Swimming Pool

I was drafted from Cranleigh swimming pool in 1971 when the operation of the pool was taken over by Waverly Council. The pool was quite run down and in the winter of 1971 Waverly Council managed to allocate funds ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by George Trask

Born In Farnham

I was born in Farnham, actually Lavender Cottage, Rowledge, a nursing home I believe, in 1944 and my family lived at Thorndhu (now no. 8 I think) Broomleaf Road backing onto the railway line. My mother and brother lived there ...Read full memory

A memory of Farnham by Wendy Cowen

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History

In the main street of The Borough, and facing on to Castle Street as it runs up to the south side of the castle, this early 17th-century, half-timbered building with its complex pattern of quatrefoils and three oriel windows would seem to provide ideal accommodation for an antiques business. No doubt the veteran motorcycle parked on its stand outside would certainly, these days, fetch a considerable sum if offered for sale inside this establishment.

This early 17th-century half-timbered building, with its complex pattern of quatrefoils and three oriel windows, would seem to provide ideal accommodation for an antiques business. No doubt the veteran motor-cycle parked on its stand outside would certainly fetch a considerable sum these days, if offered for sale.