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Betty Bicker-Robinson remembers the villagers of Cobham 1938-40

Betty Bicker-Robinson (nee King) was a young girl when she moved to Cobham in 1938 but has managed to recall, not only a vast majority of the occupants but also occupations of people who lived in the village at that time. Many … Continue reading

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Special finds from Cobham Big Dig 2017

Medallion – Band for Hope     The Band of Hope was first proposed by Rev. Jabez Tunnicliff, who was a Baptist Minister in Leeds, following the death in June 1847 of a young man whose life was cut short by … Continue reading

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Bettie Robinson: memories of The Old Curiosity Shop’, Cobham

Betty Bicker-Robinson remembers ‘The Old Curiosity Shop’ from 1938-1942 The Old Curiosity Shop no longer exists and is now a domestic dwelling (39 The Street, Cobham). As well as being a shop, it was also the local Post Office. The … Continue reading

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Cobham Fete this Bank Holiday

This Bank Holiday Monday in the village 28th August 1pm-5pm Come see some of the finds we have discovered in the village!

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Meadow Cottages, Cobham

1Grade II Listed 1096323, of special architectural or historic interest  Kent HER record SKE16160 and  TQ 66 NE 161 Original house built 1700 -1799 Red brick with projecting courses to eaves; Two story with hipped tiled roof and casement windows; … Continue reading

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