House Clearance Hinchley Wood
Few little facts about Hinchley-Wood
Hinchley Wood is a residential community. In 1999, Hinchley Wood residents took on McDonalds to defeat a plan to turn their local pub into a fast-food outlet. In 1997, the pub had earlier provided a historical footnote when former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and his wife, Raisa, visited it when their flight home to Russia was delayed. Hinchley Wood is discussed in the 2003 book Crap Towns: The 50 Worst Places To Live In The UK. Initially the farmland on which Hinchley Wood was to be built was an outpost of Thames Ditton.