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Caption for Weybridge, The View From Monument Green C1965: Street lighting has been improved, and there are seats from which to enjoy the scene. A large map showing the streets of Weybridge to help visitors has now joined the oak shelter, and the bus stop outside the Ship Inn is now more prominent. The number of parked cars also reflects the increased car ownership. The roads are more clearly defined, but it is still safe enough to ride a bicycle near the middle of the road.

Memories of Weybridge

This scene of Queens Road brings back many many memories for me. First of all, when very young and at the early months of WW2, probably in the late Autumn with falling light in the after school hours. Somehow I had come across or discovered the quite elegant shops there all on one side that one would frequent when being taken to (...Read full memory)

My mum was then known as Angela Wright and was one of 8 children. Her mum was called Olive and they lived at 32 Thames Street in Weybridge. My mum went to St James Secondary Modern in 1958. Does anyone remember them? She would love to hear how her former school friends are. Some names she remembers are Carol (...Read full memory)

My mum and dad owned York House Cafe and shop which was situated just a few yards to the right of where this picture was taken from. I have many happy memories of growing up in Weybridge. (I would have been 9 when this picture was taken) I originally went to St. James school, just off Baker Street but moved to Wallop (...Read full memory)

This is part of the interior of the The High Pine Club. The photograph is looking across the sprung wooden dance floor. My parents spent many a happy time there up until the night that it burnt down. To the right of the photograph is the resturant. The High Pine Club was situated down High Pine Close in Weybridge. It (...Read full memory)

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