House Clearance Limpsfield
Few little facts about Limpsfield
Limpsfield is a village and parish in the east of the county of Surrey. The village lay within the Anglo-Saxon administrative division of Tandridge hundred. Limpsfield appears in Domesday Book of 1086 as Limenesfeld. It was held by the Abbot of Battle Abbey, Sussex. The parish church of St. Peter was constructed in the late 12th century. There are over twenty medieval buildings within the parish.
Today, the village is in a conservation area and some of the surrounding area is National Trust land including Limpsfield Common. Staffhurst Wood is also within the parish boundaries and is notable for its bluebells in spring. Limpsfield Chart, a hamlet to the south east of the village has a golf course and cricket club. Limpsfield itself has a cricket club, a soccer team and a tennis club.
The parish church of St. Peter was constructed in the late 12th century. There are over twenty medieval buildings within the parish. The composer Frederick Delius is buried in the churchyard of the Norman parish church of St. Peter's, as is his wife Jelka.
Colin Cowdrey, former England cricket captain, resided in the village for many years.
The big brother host, Davina McCall, spent much of her childhood in Limpsfield.