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Survey 2011
Grove Road & Essex Road

The Unicorn
The Unicorn Public House opened in 1907 - now a private dwelling
It used to be the 'home' pub for the Firemen after their
duty at the nearby Fire Station

No 54 Hazeldene plaque
Hazeldene - No 54 Grove Road left of picture
Hazeldene plaque

Iverleigh No 58 & No 56 Mayfield House
Iverleigh built in 1905 - No 60
Part of No 60 with Mayfield - No 58 & No 56
Mayfield House - No 58

James Britten's grocery and bakery - 50 Grove Road - an extensive corner property - his son and wife are pictured

When George Farey lived at No 39 it was known as Beethoven Cottage

51 Grove Road White House
51 Grove Road - with blue plaque to H E Bates,
adjoining Robinson Bros factory
The White House
formerly the home of P W Wills

Essex Road
at the south end of Grove Road is Essex Road where this house plaque can be seen
Cromwell House
No 15 has a Blue Plaque
to commemorate
H E Bates having lived
there in the 1920s
No 28 Cromwell House

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