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Anvil Road appears to have been laid out in the s on land used as a caravan site and associated areas. Housing is planned for the site. Sunbury Old Cemetery. This was apparently opened in by public subscription and was followed by the closure of the Churchyard as a burial ground. Church Street Old Vicarage. This building was sold in the s and a new vicarage built elsewhere, St. The parish church was built in to replace a medieval church on the same site which was demolished partly because it was too small for the population.
In when the church again was thought to be too small S. Teulon added a new chancel was built, with a south chapel, plus Extensions and staircases to new galleries.
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A great deal of decoration with multicoloured brick and filled stone tracery was added. The Gothic porch was added which has since been removed and there were other changes in following a period of disuse. The bells originate with three bells cast in at the Whitechapel Foundry. They have been renovated and added to since.
This was in use until when the Old Cemetery was opened. A yew tree is believed to have been planted in Brewery — in the late 19th this stood between Church Villa and the Church. Holly Close, This appears to be on the site of Church Villas. Sunbury Urban District Council was formed in and by had leased Church Villa and used it as offices until It was then used as a fire station until the s. Fire station. This was built before and there was a new larger station at rear of same plot by It is four times the size of the clubs previous training facility with 17 pitches, five full-size pitches, one of which is an artificial 4G surface, and 12 junior pitches.
There is a clubhouse which includes elite equipment required for a professional rugby team. Hazelwood Golf Centre.
This was a 9 hole, private, parkland golf course designed by J. Fordbridge Road Sunbury House. This faced the river from the north side of the road. It was of three stories connected by curved passages to pavilions at each end. It was demolished before This site appears to have closed in early Sunbury Gas Works.
This works had no rail or water connection. It opened around as Sunbury Gas Consumers Co.
Which eventually became a statutory company in It was taken over by the Brentford Gas Co. There were two gasholders on site which were latterly filled from the district mains at night. They were still extant in the s, although one may have been replaced in this period, by which time the works was part of North Thames Gas.
Its wings have been converted into Berwick House and Portland House. The block was built in and probably replaced an earlier house. During the Second World War it was used as the local food office and then became the local headquarters of the Women's Voluntary Service, and later a guest house. In the s it became offices a new northern wing was built. In it was converted into three houses. Conservative Club. This dates from the early 20th.ykeqipajulaz.tk
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It has a low-rise single-storey club budding fir snooker tournaments, separate meeting areas as well as a large bar. It has no links to the Conservative party 81 Admiral Hawke pub. This was set up in as the Railway Arms. It was renamed the Admiral Hawke Tavern in This pub was established by It is a Timber framed building with a weatherboard gable end. Parish Hall. This is Sunbury New Cemetery which dates from There are 36 war graves noted. School Walk School. At some time before where had been donations for the education of poor children of the parish.
In the Free or Charity School appears to have been financed from this fund. From it was a National School and in a new National school was built on glebe land in School Walk taking both boys and girls. By there was also an infants' school. It became known as St. Mary's or Lower Sunbury School and was transferred to the county council in and closed in Before the s the buildings were sold the Scouts and Guide Associations.
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This is now a care home. Sunbury Park Sunbury Park house. A Tudor Manor House was built here for am Elizabethan courtier and there is an illustration of this from In the Arden family built a large house, which was demolished in Some of the house can be seen in the wild garden to the west of the car park. The Walled Garden. This was built in the early 18th and has recently been restored by Spelthorne Council. The Lendy Memorial is in the centre of the walled garden. It is a re-creation of structure - the original lion on a new plinth - which stood on the riverside here but which was destroyed during the Second World War.
It commemorates the lives of the two sons of the French-born Major Auguste Frederic Lendy a royalist who settled here and ran a "Practical Military College" Sunbury Millennium Embroidery Gallery, this houses the Millennium Embroidery which was completed in There is a cafe n the gallery building, which is designed to look like a boat Thames Street This was once called Sunbury Street.
The pub is first mentioned in and claimed to be the oldest established alehouse in Sunbury - if you exclude inns like the Three Fishes. There is a Courage gold cockerel mounted above the hanging sign The Phoenix. Pub established by There are four first floor windows two of which are fake with painted bars.
It is suggested that an earlier alehouse here, the pub Incorporated Stoner Cottage by and you can see the two premises visible in the cellars and steps from the cellar of Stoner Cottage emerge in the bar. This pub was established before and was rebuilt in Flower Pot Hotel.
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Inside is a parliamentary clock. The building is said to date from before Lendy Place. This was on the site of Montford House. The home was later run by her grandsons and they built Marian House in Hayward Hall was also built in as staff accommodation and names after one of the employees. Weir House. This is part of Sunbury Nursing Homes. It has been modernised for the needs of a nursing home but many original features have been retained — rooms have been used for filming and are available to hire. Weir House was bought in The Avenue This runs along an old track which was the boundary between Sunbury and Kempton.
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