From sports – to Royalty (including The Crown Prince of Siam’s House) and then we are out looking at what is ‘worth visiting’ in the neighbourhood. even making a trip to Waverley Abbey ruins where no charge is made ‘but visitors are expected to sign the visitors’ book at the Lodge’. It is not until we have turned the page and shot through Crowthorne, Eversley and Bramshill do we have a look at Frimley (good for boating) , Blackwater (the scenes beside the streams are pleasant enough….) and Hawley (…a useful Industrial Home for Girls)
However, the illustration this time is significant – J F Hawkins was one of Camberley’s long standing firms and only disappeared when the Mall was built in the late 1970s and the building was demolished to make way for a re-aligned Grace Reynolds Walk.