Ward Lane, CR6

Road in/near Warlingham

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Ward Lane, CR6

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Road · Warlingham · CR6 ·
August
13
2017

Ward Lane is a road in the CR6 postcode area




NEARBY STREETS
Boxwood Way, CR6 Boxwood Way is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Church Road, CR6 Church Road is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Churchill Close, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
Crewe’s Avenue, CR6 Crewe’s Avenue is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Crewe’s Close, CR6 Crewe’s Close is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Crewe’s Lane, CR6 Crewe’s Lane is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Crewes Avenue, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
Crewes Close, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
Crewes Lane, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
Dane Road, CR6 Dane Road is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Elm Close, CR6 Elm Close is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Elm Road, CR6 Elm Road is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Glebe Road, CR6 Glebe Road is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Hamsey Green Gardens, CR6 Hamsey Green Gardens is a road in the CR6 postcode area
John Fisher FC, CR6 John Fisher FC is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Limpsfield Court, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
Meadway, CR6 Meadway is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Mint Walk, CR6 Mint Walk is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Shelton Avenue, CR6 Shelton Avenue is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Shelton Close, CR6 Shelton Close is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Spears Close, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
The Meadows Residents Association Ltd, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
The Meadows, CR6 A street within the CR6 postcode
Trenham Drive, CR6 Trenham Drive is a road in the CR6 postcode area
Verdayne Gardens, CR6 Verdayne Gardens is a road in the CR6 postcode area


Warlingham

Warlingham is a village in the Tandridge district of Surrey.

The village lay within the Anglo-Saxon administrative division of Tandridge hundred.

Warlingham Manor was assigned by William de Watevile in 1144 to Bermondsey Priory, which held it until the dissolution of the monasteries, subject to certain retained rights to the de Watevile, later de Godstone family.

Immediately after, in 1544, Sir John Gresham, who had made large loans to the state, was granted the whole estate. Later the manor descended to Rev. Atwood Wigsell of Sanderstead Court in the 18th century and remained in that family until at least 1911.

A notable Warlingham resident of the Victorian period was Sir Joseph Swan, inventor of the incandescent light bulb.

Warlingham gave its name to the large psychiatric hospital that was opened on the borders of Warlingham and Chelsham in 1903. Originally called the Croydon Mental Hospital the institution was renamed Warlingham Park Hospital in the 1930s. The buildings, apart from the water tower, were demolished and the site redeveloped as a private housing estate called ’Greatpark’ in the early years of the 21st century.

Lead singer of The Clash, Joe Strummer moved to Warlingham after his diplomat father and family returned to the UK. Reggae singer and instrumentalist Smiley Culture also lived in Warlingham.


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