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The Joy of Cranleigh – 50 Years of the Cranleigh Lions
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by Joy Horn // Main Photo: Bonfire Boys and Lions, about 2020 ‘The Lions are coming!’ proclaimed the local freebie magazine in its June 1974 issue. ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh: The 1970s and ‘Down Your Way’
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by Joy Horn // Main Photo: BBC sound engineer Peter Mirams, David Gamble (parish clerk), Tony Young (chairman of the parish council), Sarah Pitt (a ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh: The Women’s Institute’s Early Years
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by Joy Horn // Main Photo: St Andrew's church. The W.I. originally met in the church hall. In the first half of the 20th century, only a few married ...

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Joy of Cranleigh – A boy at the village school
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by Joy Horn // Main Photo: Charles Croxford, boot and shoe repairer (Cranleigh Voices, comp. Seymour and Warrington (2000)) Charles Herbert – or ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh – A Rectory Teenager in World War 1
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by Joy Horn // Main Photo: The Rectory, 1863-1985: designed by Henry Woodyer, it is now Moat Lodge Senior Living Apartments Margaret Cunningham ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh – Living in Cranleigh – A small child around 1900
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by Joy Horn / Main Photo: Fred Delves's barber's shop and stationer's (now Brown's Gin & Tea Cafe and Bella Bambino's) How did small children ...

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Joy of Cranleigh: Cranleigh in 1923
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by Joy Horn Main Photo: Pierrot troupes were popular from the First World War to the 1950s What was going on in this village one hundred years ago? ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh: Schools Galore in the Centre of Cranleigh
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By Joy Horn // Main Picture: An early picture of the National School, 1850. There was a single schoolroom, divided into two classes. The headmaster's ...

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Joy of Cranleigh: Exploring Some Estates
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by Joy HornMain Photo: Aerial view in the 1960s of the earliest houses built on Summerlands (first called 'Nuthurst' estate), with Park Mead estate This ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh – A WW2 walk
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by Joy Horn This month’s walk is just under one mile, with opportunities to sit down along the way. It begins in the footpath at the north end of the ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh – Cranleigh from the Railway Line
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by Joy Horn Main Photo - The gasworks and gasholders, seen from the railway bridge (courtesy of Michael Miller This walk is along a level stretch of the ...

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The Joy of Cranleigh – A Walk on the Common
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by Joy Horn Main Photo - The Great Barn being dismantled, 1887. Caryll House, then called The Laurels, can be seen on the left. Cranleigh’s fine Common ...

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