House Clearance in Frimley
Few little facts about Frimley
Frimley is a small town in Surrey.The name Frimley is derived from the Saxon name Fremma's Lea, which means "Fremma's clearing". Frimley was not listed in Domesday Book of 1086, but is shown on the map as Fremely.
Frimley Town Football Club was formed over 100 years ago. It runs four teams, and the first team competes in the Senior Division of the Aldershot & District Football League.
Christopher Charles Benham (cricketer) was born in Frimley on 24 March 1983. He currently plays county cricket for Hampshire.
Frimley Park Hospital was the birth place in 1979 of Jonny Wilkinson, a fly-half for England Rugby Union and one of the most famous players in international professional rugby and Lady Louise Windsor in 2003.
There is a brief mention of Frimley in Stephen King's Nightmares & Dreamscapes in the short story Crouch End. It reads: 'He did indeed move into council housing, a two-above-the-shops in Frimley'.