House Clearance in Englefield Green
Few little facts about Englefield-Green
Englefield Green is a village in northern Surrey.The village was built up in the 19th century and contains some of the most expensive housing in the south east along with neighbouring Virginia Water and Windsor.
the Air Forces Memorial which commemorates by name over 20,000 airmen and women who were lost in the Second World War sits on a hill overlooking an historic part of the Thames Valley where Magna Carta, enshrining basic freedoms in English law, was signed in 1215 . The memorial was designed by Sir Edward Maufe with sculpture by Vernon Hill.
Just north of the village is the Runnymede campus of Brunel University. Today this is just Halls of residence for the Main campus at Uxbridge.
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller, then newlyweds, spent four months (mid-July to November) of 1956, including their honeymoon, in Parkside House, Englefield Green for the duration of Monroe's work on the film The Prince and the Showgirl (costarring Lawrence Olivier); they were reported to having been seen bike riding in Windsor Great Park.