House Clearance in Send
Few little facts about Send
Send is a village in the English county of Surrey. It reputedly got its name as a corruption of the word sand, which was extracted until the 1990s for construction and other purposes at pits nearby. Send is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 where it is named Sande.
Send was the home of defunct 1950s Formula One and sports car constructor Connaught.
In April 2009, scenes for a BBC Drama production of Jane Austen's "Emma", adapted by Sandy Welch were filmed in and around Send Parish Church. In 1999, scenes for The Mrs Bradley Mysteries starring Dame Diana Rigg and Neil Dudgeon were filmed in the churchyard..
Modfather Musician Paul Weller lived for several years in Vicarage Lane.
Ghost Production Studios, based at the Old Riding Stables on Send Hill, have worked with several well known clients, including Paul Connelly, Ben Lovejoy, Sue Macmillan, Social, Satellite State, Go West, Tony Hadley, Heat Wave, Charlie Morgan, Mark Brizickey, Adam Wakeman, Victoria Beckham, Elton John, and Draven.