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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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Jack Hollis: memories of Ashenbank and Shorne Woods

Jack Hollis talks about growing up in Kent The family and Ashenbank Camp My Mum was born in Glyncorrwg Wales, and Dad was born  in Houghton-Le-Spring County Durham. I was born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire on the 26th September 1944. I have … 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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