Betchworth, Village And Church c.1939

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Caption for Betchworth, Village And Church C1939: An exquisite snow scene looking towards the mainly 13th-century St Michael's Church, which was much altered in the 19th century when the Norman tower was re-positioned half-way along the south aisle. The old black-painted tithe barn stands on the right.

An extract from Surrey.

Memories of Betchworth


A school friend at Reigate Grammar was Joe Cheffings; his parents ran the village shop and bakery about midway to the church, on the left of the picture. An elder brother, Tony, helped at home when on holiday from St. Paul's school, and had a penchant for very elderly motorcycles, picked up for nothing from a (...Read full memory)

More about this scene


Caption for Betchworth, Village And Church C1939: An exquisite snow scene looking towards the mainly 13th-century St Michael's Church, which was much altered in the 19th century when the Norman tower was re-positioned half-way along the south aisle. The old black-painted tithe barn stands on the right.

An extract from Surrey.

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