House Clearance in Tongham
Few little facts about Tongham
Tongham is a small Surrey village.
It is home to the Hogs Back Brewery as the village lies just north of the Hog's Back. It was formerly the home of Aldershot Stadium which hosted greyhound racing, stock car racing (and other short-oval motorsports) and speedway. The stadium lasted from 1950 until it was demolished for construction of the A331 road at the end of 1992.
holding the most Indisciplined Football Match ever against Hawley Youth Club on 3 November 1969. The referee booked all 22 players, including one who went to hospital and one of the linesman. The match, which was won by Tongham 2-0, was described by a participating player as a "good hard game".
A notable Anglican clergyman Cyril Garbett was born in Tongham in 1875.
Tongham was mentioned in passing in Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World.