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Doods Road, Reigate

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The Kerri School  The Kerri School- an album 1929 - 1931

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Reigate; Doods Road. Unknown date. Unknown publisher.

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Beth Howell from Coventry posted this comment on Friday 30 November 2012 21:05:00.

This includes The Great Doods Pigeon Loft of 18 Doods Road, which was commandeered for the war effort and kept under armed guard. 6 of the Pigeons got the Dickens Medal from the PDSA. By brother now lives there and I would love to be able to get a copy of this photo, if possible. Regards Beth Howell.


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John Griffiths-Colby from Reigate posted this comment on Tuesday 24 April 2018 22:26:12.

Hi Beth, oddly enough I live in the next road, and dug up a WW1 medal belonging to a Clement Cecil Clay who lived at 20 Doods Road until his death in 1973 - but he was originally from Chilvers Coton, Nuneaton - your neck of the woods! Regards John Griffiths-Colby


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Jonathan Banks from Reigate posted this comment on Thursday 14 November 2019 16:15:25.

We lived in Doods Road, almost at the top of the hill on the left from 1969 to 1985. Where the lady with the pram is there was a green-grocers. Judging by the advertising sign there was probably a grocers there at the time of the photo


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Jonathan Banks from Reigate posted this comment on Thursday 14 November 2019 16:22:10.

Judging by the costumes and the uniforms this photo is likely to date from 1910/1920.


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Robert Knight from Derby posted this comment on Saturday 11 January 2020 11:17:17.

The name of the greengrocer's was Rolfe, 3 generations. Next door was the Snowflake laundry which had a corner site round to Croydon Road. Opposoite this other laundry entrance was a row of shops:- Millie Reid's confectioner, a butcher, Kendall's grocer on corner of Holmesdale Road. There were 2 pubs on the Doods Road corners' Panther and Leopard. I was born in Doods Road in the Casterbridge nursing home at the top the hill out of sight in photo, but lived in Deerings Road


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John Griffiths-Colby from Reigate posted this comment on Monday 20 January 2020 14:59:16.

Hi Robert ‘Casterbridge’ no 86 still has a decaying little sign covered in Ivy and the building is now flats but still by the same name; I’m in Wrayfield Avenue and in fact my Deeds show my 1966 bungalow to have been built in what was the garden of 86a Doods Road - the cottage behind Casterbridge,



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Doods Road Post Office, Reigate.

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John Carr from Chester posted this comment on Sunday 01 August 2010 16:30:00.

My family, the Carrs, lived at no 44 Croydon Road. The picture shows the old Post Office in Doods Road. We used to go on bike rides and often visited Milly Brett and her sister who lived in the old shop. She used to sell stationary etc and still had the old wooden bowl shaped till. She gave me all the farthings which were still in the till even though they were out of circulation. She also gave us the old cart which used to be pulled by the family horse. The shop was a real time capsule....over forty years on I can still hear the old bell which rang whenever anyone entered!


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Alison Smith from Brighton posted this comment on Sunday 23 July 2017 14:57:10.

Does anyone know details of the former Bakery in the back garden of a house in Doods Road, Reigate?



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Postcard sent from India to Miss Mary turner and Miss Audrey Montoya at The Kerri School. 1936.


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Sent to Miss M. Harris, Clough School, Doods Road, Reigate, Surrey. 1897.


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