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Betchworth Collection

This is almost certainly the largest collection of images showing Betchworth's people, places and events.

Sherlock Holmes

Jeremy Brett and Edward Harwicke are regarded by many as the best Holmes & Watson to be seen on stage and screen.

Surrey Village Views

Choose from nearly 2000 images taken chiefly from Edwardian picture postcards.

Walter Rose Collection

Walter Rose (1857-1954) spent his working life in the village of Westcott near Dorking in Surrey, a peaceful backwater of rural activity beneath the North Downs.

John Chaplin Collection

Sometime back in the 1970s a collection of glass-plate negatives was bought by Dorking resident Ted Molyneux who identified them as being the work of the Guildford photographer John Chaplin.

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Welcome to Goodness Gracious

“Betchworth Within Living Memory” by Meg Ryan & Keith Harding was published by Goodness Gracious in December 2001. The original publication was conceived in the mid 1980s by Meg Ryan and took the form of 3 small booklets that were produced ‘on a shoe-string’. Keith Harding edited, updated and illustrated this new version as part of Betchworth village’s millennium celebrations. It is a beautifully produced item, comprising 190 pages with 130 photographs printed in duotone on 160gsm paper. The hardback book is available in a limited-edition of only 850 and costs £20 including U.K. post & packing. Overseas postage at cost.

The Betchworth Collection comprises more than 750 photographs showing people, places and events within the village and have been collected and copied by Keith Harding over the past 40 years.

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