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Re. Chalfont St Peter, a general view.

I think that it is Grassingham Road, as the cottages on the left and possible the bungalow on the right look like they are all still there.

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Looking down Grassing ham Rd.near where Blue Cross is/was.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ArtB Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 June 2018 at 7:08pm
P26 Chalfont St Peter, a general view.. probably looking down Grassingham Road (thanks for feedback). No date.

The white double pitched roof building in the centre was Mill House - The 1883 map on The Limes web site shows it with a front extension on the left hand (as viewed in the picture) side as does the 1926 O/S map that I have. The school appears to have both Junior at the rear & Infant in the front buildings (if that's what they still are) but there is no front extension on the left hand side of Mill House in the photo...... So 1930's perhaps?

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Re first picture page 27. “ no coronation clock” 
After the clock was placed for the Coronation, it ran for a few years. Then in the late 50’s, it kept breaking down. After many unsuccessful repairs it was removed. 
The present clock was installed I think in the late 60’s. This is when the small trees were placed in each corner of the little iron fence. 
I think it was only resent years that both the trees and the fence were removed.








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