West End

West End is a village between Woking and Camberley on the A322.

West End Common includes training ranges for the British Army. The River Bourne runs through the village from its source on the Common. West End gets its name from once being the west end of Chobham. Four ditch bowl barrows have been found on the Common. Holy Trinity parish church was built in 1842. There are a number of 17th and 18th century houses and farms in the area.

West End, war memorial and Post Office, c.1955.  Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection

West End, war memorial and Post Office, c.1955.
Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection

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  1. dave says:

    Hi , was looking at the pic of the war memorial & wondered if you have any more photos of the area , I,m looking for any thing of the surrounding area from the past , I can,t find any pics of my aunt,s & uncles place which has been built on since , it,s the building which houses the business The Creative Engine seen on google maps previously a cottage , can you help ? Dave Allen Stacey

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