This view from Downs Way shows Beckley Parade and my uncle's shop which was next to the houses, the first house belonged to Councillor Turville Kill. My uncle's shop was a ...Read full memory
The fence on the right is the end of the boundary of Bookham Cottage. This was a pretty cottage-style house set well back from the road. In the late 1920s it was ...Read full memory
It's only roughly 1955 because we lived there from 1944 and moved to Little Bookham but I always remember Mum used to go to, as she would say, Absolems, which I remember well. I knew St ...Read full memory
My family moved to Great Bookham in 1957, and were the first owners of 1 Allen Road, part of a small Close of bungalows built by New Ideal Homes of Epsom. The 1904 photograph ...Read full memory
I am pretty sure this must be along the Dorking Road looking up towards the Downs. It looks like it is on the left going up towards Polesdon ...Read full memory
I remember this shop and several others in the High Street as my Aunt and Uncle ran the green grocers further down Peterbridges, and my other Aunt ran the dress shop down ...Read full memory
My Dad ran a grocers shop in this parade in the 60's.
My dear father attended Southey Hall in, I'd imagine, the 20's and his name was John David (Arathoon) Webster. It would be a great honour to hear from anyone who might have known him or attended with him.
My grandfather Herbert Allen owned that building for a while - around 1920's I think - it was run for him by Denis Eaton. Dennis eventually became his son in law - he married Sylvia ...Read full memory
This shop on the right, was first opened by my Dad's father, Henry Absalom, it was next door to a sweet shop his wife Ethel ran. Ethel started a little shop from much further ...Read full memory
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