The Chantry

House in Cedars Avenue until 1960s when it was demolished and Imperial Gardens developed.

1950 OS Map

1950 OS Map

The Chantry is the house on the right in this photo, kindly supplied by a former resident of The Orchard, which is the next house to the left.

Occupants from directories
1925 : Miss SYNGE

News Articles

From the Norwood News – Friday 5th December 1930

BRIDGE DRIVE.

An enjoyable afternoon was spent on Wednesday week at a bridge drive organised by Mrs. Hawker, and held by permission of Mrs. Richardson at “The Chantry,” Cedars-avenue, Mitcham, in aid of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. As a result, a cheque for £5 has been received by the hon. secretary of the ladies’ branch. Mrs. Hawker and Mrs. Richardson are both members of the Ladies’ Guild of the R.N.L.I.


Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.

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