​North Cheam’s forgotten past includes WW1 munitions factory

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Discover the history of North Cheam which includes the story of the largest fireworks factory in the world, its use as a munitions factory in World War 1, its Roman road and lost rivers, and some of the characters who’ve lived in the area. Join a guided two-hour walk, led by Tony Brett Young, starting and finishing at St Oswald’s Church, Brock’s Drive, North Cheam SM3 9UW.


Contact Tony for more details and to reserve a place. Telephone 020 8652 7622 or email abrettyoung@hotmail.com. Time: 2pm, 19 June. Cost: £5 (£4 for Friends of Sutton Life Centre)

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