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Queen Anne’s Well, Chalvey

This is just one of a number of remarkable stories about Chalvey, which has a good share of old mysteries and intrigues. We will be bringing some other stories from Chalvey’s past, once our researches are complete. Queen Anne’s Well

Remembering Vincent Broad

former resident of Cippenham and WW2 veteran. Uncle Vin’s family moved up from Newport when he was a small boy and he lived his formative years in Salt Hill Way. As a teenager, he had a particular flair for science.

Station Road

Here is a very nice postcard photograph of Station Road dating to some time in the thirties. It has been digitally processed by us to increase the detail as much as possible. Click on the image to see it at

Lost buildings of Lower Cippenham Lane

Lower Cippenham Lane is probably the oldest route through Cippenham. It is noteworthy that one end heads from the likely sites of John, Earl of Cornwall’s Cippenham Palace in the direction of the Abbey he founded in Dorney in the

Norman’s Garage

Norman’s Garage was a petrol forecourt and car showroom that sold Talbot and Chrysler cars. It was on the west corner of Stowe and Bath Road. This photograph was probably taken around September 1982 and is looking from Stowe Road,

Webbs Garage

Many people will remember Webbs Garage as a long-standing landmark on the Bath Road, situated between the White Horse Inn and the Essoldo Cinema, but who can tell us more? When was it built? When was it Demolished? There was