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Memories of Ashtead

My father's parents (my grandparents) moved from Carshalton to Ashtead in early 1950s to a bungalow at 72 Chaffers Mead. We used to visit regularly from our home in Redhill by rail; a steam train to Deepdene, a run down to Dorking North and an electric train to Ashtead. When we moved to Godalming the journey was even more (...Read full memory)

I am responding to P Mara, I knew a Joe Mara and was a friend of Mick Budd, he was a really pleasant guy, friendly and open. I lived in West Farm and knew Graham, Martin and Roy well. I live in London with my wife and occasionally my children also. I have strong memories of my village childhood, I loved the summers (...Read full memory)

We lived at Moorlands in The Marld, Ashtead, around the years 1948 to 1952. It was a large house with a very large garden and orchard. There was also a tennis court. I can remember being sent to the upper village to have the battery for the wireless recharged at the hardware shop and also hurling apples at any boys who came too (...Read full memory)

I lived in Ashtead from the 1960s to about 1972 when my parents went back to Ireland. I went to St. Peters Primary School Leatherhead for two years,. This is a list of pals I used to hang out with back in the day. My first name is actually Joe but sometimes I use my given name to track (...Read full memory)

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