Tea rooms that was at 172 London Road, Mitcham, a terrace which was originally named Eveline Villas.
From the Surrey Mirror of 21st July, 1939, thanks for contributions to a garden party include Miss. L. Froude, Eveline Tea Rooms, Mitcham. In the 1939 Register at 172 London Road shows Louisa FROUDE, born 30 Sep 1886, single, shopkeeper.
1957 : Human skull found in Eveline Tea Rooms Coal Shed
This was my Grandmother’s shop during the 50’s and 60’s.I used to help out when I returned from Bond Road Primary school and later Mitcham County Grammar School. My mother and I used to wait at tables, sell ice cream and sell cigarettes…! I was only 9-13 yrs old.