House Clearance in Charlwood
Few little facts about Charlwood
Charlwood is a village and civil parish in the Mole Valley district of Surrey. It is the home of the Lowfield Heath Windmill which was moved from the village of Lowfield Heath when it was threatened with demolition in the 1970s to make room for the expansion of Gatwick Airport. The village is centred around the "rec" which now contains an excellent redeveloped children's playground. The rec is the home of Charlwood F.C., Charlwood Village Residents F.C. and Ifield Cricket Club.
On 19 July 2006, it was believed that Charlwood had recorded the highest UK July temperature of 36.3°C (97. 3°F); however, it was later confirmed that Wisley had beaten it with 36.5°C.
Barry Sheene MBE, former British World Champion of Grand Prix motorcycle racing lived in Charlwood before his move to Australia in the late 1980s.
E H Shepard, the illustrator of Winnie the Pooh lived for a time with his sister in Charlwood.