House Clearance Longcross
Few little facts about Longcross
Longcross is a small village in Surrey. Longcross's church is Christ Church; it is a redundant church registered for disposal and the parish has merged with the parish of Lyne. The church is a Grade II listed building of mid-Victorian (1847) origin comprising of a nave, west porch, chancel, north organ chamber and vestry. It is built of red brick with slate roofs. For a long time there was a Ministry of Defence presence in Longcross. In World War II, a tank factory and test track was built to the north of the village. A large portion of Longcross is taken up by the Longcross Estate, currently owned by Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. There are public footpaths and bridleways leading through the estate and onto Chobham Common, which extends to the east of the village.
Longcross is still the home of many Army families who occupy Married Quarters.